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Maine State Police say troopers have responded to more than two dozen crashes due to snow and black ice on the Maine Turnpike and Interstate 295 so far today.

No major injuries have been reported as of Friday afternoon.

Multiple cars that left the road and slid into guardrails, the median or trees were seen along I-295 on Friday.

A winter storm warning is in place for the mountains for up to 15 inches or more of snow. A winter storm warning is also in place for inland York, inland Cumberland, Kennebec and Androscoggin counties for as much as a foot of snow through Saturday afternoon.

At the coast, where totals are still somewhat uncertain, a winter weather advisory is in place for 2 inches to as much as 7 inches of snow. The large range is due to the changing between rain and snow several times.