New Year's Eve started with the first of two snow storms that would eventually combine and pack a punch to the State of Maine on Friday afternoon and all day Saturday. Sometime during the wee hours of the morning, the snow stopped leaving over 20" of powdery white snow in central Maine. The town plow trucks have been out non-stop since Thursday afternoon, sanding, plowing, and keeping the roadways as safe as possible. Now it's clean-up time! Sunday church services were cancelled throughout most of the state leaving members time to dig out, plow, and remove snow from their walkways/driveways. Huge walls of snow line the streets and massive banks dot the corners of driveways. The photos below were found on wmtw.com.