Some facts about Maine in the winter time and at Christmas you may not know, starting out in Bethel, Maine. In 2008 they broke their own world record of the largest snowman ever built measuring 122 feet tall.
The Weather Channel has released its late fall and winter temperature outlook for 2013-2014. Chief Meteorologist Dr. Todd Crawford says, 'we do foresee colder-than-normal temperatures across the Midwest into the mid-Atlantic and Southeast in November and potentially into early December.'
Seems like it’s been all summer I have been cutting wood getting ready for winter, but when I look back on it, June was so rainy I didn’t cut much then. July, August and now into September have been months where practically every weekend I was out cutting and splitting. The good news is I am almost done.
Getting up so early in the morning it's still pitch black outside. When I go out to start my car I stop for a moment and look up at the sky. I LOVE seeing the Milky Way and all the stars. Living out in the country has its advantages.
But this morning I saw something I was not too excited about.
Blizzard Nemo or not…the dog needed to out. So, we did. Here are a few shots from my driveway and the front of my house in Augusta. The house faces north so we get some ‘interesting’ designs from the snow when the wind blows
You may have heard we have a little winter weather on the way. Ok, we have a blizzard on the way for New England. Enjoy and be safe in the snow. Here are a few little things to remember as you enjoy the storm.
You may have heard that it is winter in Maine and we are expecting a big snow storm this weekend. Those things happen. What is new is that apparently winter storms are getting names. This big storm that is expected to bring us one to two feet of snow is being called “Nemo.” Really?
It's going to be a busy and fun weekend in the greater Skowhegan area for the annual Lake George Regional Park's winter carnival Saturday, Feb. 2nd. Events will include cardboard box sled races, a chili cook-off and an ice fishing derby.
We just finished a week of some of the coldest weather in Maine over the past decade. The furnace seems like it is always running and oil and kerosene prices have been going up as the temperature has been going down. I live in a mobile home and must use kerosene, instead of heating oil, to heat my home.
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