Over 140,000 households lost power across Maine due to wet snow and high winds. Waldo, Lincoln & Knox counties were hardest hit by the November weekend storm. Maine Governor Paul LePage has declared a limited emergency allowing crews to work longer hours to restore power.

Central Maine Power is calling in additional crews, some from Canada to repair damage.  It could take several days to recover from the storm. We've collected photos taken from across the region.

Candy Perkins

Candy Perkins in Ellsworth, Maine is kissing Halloween goodbye with this photo.

Pam Emmert

Little Lydia of Ellsworth is making the most of the first snow of the season by making a snowman almost as big as she is. I bet mom & dad helped a little. Mom, Pam is reporting over a foot of snow in Ellsworth.

Liz True

Liz True in Blue Hill was able to capture a beautiful sunrise over the fresh blanket of snow. Her dog, Coco is loving the snow.

Lisa Richards

Lisa Richards in Orrington snapped this beautiful photo from her back door during the height of the storm.

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