The mild winter weather most New Englanders were enjoying came to an abrupt end on Thursday when the sky opened up with a wintry mix of snow, sleet and rain. And it may not be over just yet, as it is a two-pat storm. Here are the snowfall totals of at least four inches or more in some Maine towns, according to the National Weather Service via WMTW.

In Aroostook County:

Fort Kent: 10 inches
Madawaska: 9.2 inches
Lille: 8.8 inches
Caribou: 7.9 inches
Mapleton: 6.1 inches
Oxbow: 5.5 inches

In Cumberland County:

Cumberland: 6 inches
Portland Jetport: 5.1 inches
Gorham: 5 inches
Falmouth: 4.8 inches
South Portland: 4.1 inches
Raymond: 4 inches
Scarborough: 4 inches
Westbrook: 4 inches

In York County:

Saco: 5.1 inches
Hollis: 4.7 inches

To see the rest of the snow totals, click here to go to WMTW's website.

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