- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 3, 2015

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Maine is digging out, again.

Residents of the Pine Tree State are reaching for their shovels again a week after two storms dumped 3 feet of snow on some parts of the state. Monday’s snowstorm dumped more than 20 more inches of snow in parts of Maine by Tuesday morning. Ellsworth had the highest total in the state at 22 inches. Much of southern Maine got more than 10 inches.

Airports in Portland and Bangor say they hope to get back to normal schedules on Tuesday after numerous cancelations Monday. The National Weather Service says Tuesday will be cold, but snow and high wind are not in the forecast. More snow is expected Thursday night into Friday although meteorologists don’t yet know that storm’s severity.

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