Midcoast lens: Belfast's first winter storm

By Kendra Caruso | Dec 04, 2019
Photo by: Kendra Caruso Snow falls in downtown Belfast Dec. 3.

Belfast — Belfast received its first winter storm. What started out as freezing rain overnight Monday turned into snow for most of the day Tuesday.

There were not many cars to be seen downtown and most businesses stayed closed. Public works vehicles could be seen clearing snow all day, which will likely continue into most of the day Wednesday.

The intersection of Church and Main streets in Belfast Dec. 3 as seen from Belfast Bay Shade Co. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
Looking up Main Street toward the intersection with High Street Dec. 3 in downtown Belfast during the first plowable storm of the season. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
A plow truck clears snow Dec. 3 in downtown Belfast. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
Snow falls over a Belfast park Dec. 3 during the season's first snowstorm. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
Downtown Belfast's unlit Christmas tree gets some snow Dec. 3 during the season's first significant snowstorm. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
A plow truck clears snow through the intersection of Miller and Church streets Dec. 3. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
Snow falls outside Brambles in Belfast Dec. 3. (Photo by: Kendra Caruso)
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