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Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) announces preparedness efforts in advance of the upcoming winter storm.

A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from late tonight (March 13) through Wednesday afternoon with total snow accumulation ranging from 6-12 inches.

From Maine.gov: “State offices will be closed all day tomorrow, Tuesday, March 14, 2023 due to a forecasted winter storm expected to cause difficult travel conditions. Governor Mills is strongly urging all Maine people to stay off the roads during the storm, if possible.”

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“We are working with our partners to prepare for this storm and will monitor through the evening and into tomorrow and Wednesday,” said MEMA Director Pete Rogers. “As always, our priority is keeping citizens safe, and we urge folks to travel only if necessary.”

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