BANGOR – As we watch those in the New England region prepare for the winter Nor’easter ahead, Maine seems unaffected by the large storm making its way up to the Queen City
As Kaitlyn Connolly reports, this is just a normal March for those of us at the top of New England.
It takes a Mainer to know that the weather could change in just twenty four hours.
“It’s a beautiful bright day but it looks like tomorrow its not going to be so beautiful”. As a Nor’easter comes barreling up the East Coast, those in Bangor seem prepared for the frigid storm.
“As long as I have food in the house”. Grabbing the essentials seems to be second nature to those used to living here.
“You gotta layer up”.
“Snacks like chips, fruit, baby formula, stuff like that.”
“Everything. I’m set for the week.”
In the Queen City, being this poised all comes down to history. After all, this is Maine
“Not at all surprised at Maine weather.”
“No. Weathers been unpredictable all through this whole season so I’m alright.”
“I expected it. It’s Maine. There’s always a late season storm.”
“No. That’s Maine. It could be 50 degrees one day, then 20 degrees the next.”
There’s no getting around it. You can always fight the storm, but at the end of the day, there’s only one thing left you can do.
“Just sit back and wait for it to pass. Pretty much. That’s about it.”