The storm of Tuesday night and Wednesday forenoon resulted in adding another white coverlid to nature’s bed to the depth of fifteen inches of damp, heavy snow. Had the snow been as light as that of its immediate predecessor, it would have been about twice that depth. On the railroad the snow-plow, driven by two engines, had all it could do to clear the track; while on the town roads, break-out teams with a roller, etc., had a good sized job to render the highways passable.

~ Printed in the March 17th, 1893 issue of the Bridgton News.