Ready for all the snow, rain, wind, sleet, ice, and whatever else the most recent storm is bringing? Thinking it's time for a snow day?

Whether you're hunkering down or out driving safe, we want to give you up-to-the-minute cancellations, delays and parking bans from WGME 13.

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You can also check out CMP's list of power outages here.

And if you need a tip to avoid the dreaded second shovel after the snowplow has gone by, we've got you covered. Or, the Maine Department of Transportation has you covered with this simple diagram:

When you're in your driveway, look at the street and shovel the left side. This will allow some extra room for the plow to dump snow. Otherwise, you're gonna have to do some extra shoveling.

And who wants to do more shoveling than they have to? Sounds like a plan to us. Give their trick a try and see if it works out for you.

Otherwise, stay warm and safe out there. It's just another wicked New England storm.

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