Central and northern Maine saw the most snowfall from the overnight storm.
It is no longer snowing in Augusta, but residents woke up to a good amount of snow.
The latest totals have Augusta receiving around 8 inches of snow from Tuesday night’s storm.
Plows have been out clearing the roads. Many back roads still have a good amount of snow on them, but crews have been doing a good job clearing the snow on the main roads.
Speeds on the Maine Turnpike are reduced to 45 mph from Kennebunkport to Augusta.
Drivers are urged to take it slow. Although both lanes were plowed, there was a lot of packed snow on the roads, and those areas were slippery.
People in Waterville who were driving in the storm Tuesday night said they had to drive carefully. “You have got to be careful, you’ve got to have good tires. If you don’t, you’re going to have problems because slip, slip, slip, you make one wrong move and you’re off the road,” Ray Gagne of Waterville said.
Augusta police said they did have several minor crashes early Wednesday morning.
Officials are reminding drivers to take it slow.
The estimated snowfall total in Lewiston is nearly 10 inches. Crews are working as quickly as they can to clear the roads for the morning commute. The storm made for some slick driving conditions Tuesday night.
The snow really started coming down at a pretty good clip yesterday late in the afternoon. Many sidewalks in Lewiston are still snow covered, so be careful while walking around.
While snow had wrapped up in Greater Bangor Wednesday morning, portions of Aroostook County were still seeing fresh powder.
According to the National Weather Service, a winter storm warning remained in effect for Aroostook County and portions of northern Penobscot County on Wednesday.
The alerts were to remain in effect through 7 p.m. in Aroostook County and 1 p.m. for northern Penobscot County.
A second round of snow is in the forecast for the weekend.
Bangor Daily News writer Ryan McLaughlin contributed to this report.