As we prepare to buckle down for what appears to be the biggest snow storm of the season, here are a few things you need to know about this storm. Let me remind you, it's snow...you've all done this before. We are in Maine.
Professor Kenneth Libbrecht has been studying snowflakes for the past 17 years. He studies snowflakes to better understand structure formation and self-assembly. Scientists say the study of snowflakes in the pursuit of understanding basic science.
Today (Jan. 5) at least 20 vehicles were damaged along the Maine Turnpike and I-295 in southern Maine from flying chunks of ice and snow. State police spokesman Steve McCausland urges all drivers to make sure their vehicles are always fully cleaned off after a storm.
There is a Jamaican bobsled team and they are in Russia for the Sochi Olympics. That’s the good news for the team; the bad news is none of their equipment made it with them. Their sled is there but the blades were left by the airline in New York.
In case you haven't heard, Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog that predicts the weather came out of his burrow yesterday at 7:25 a.m. to see if we would have six more weeks of winter. If he sees his shadow it means we will, if he had not seen his shadow we would be in for an early spring.
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