It's par for the course that there's a bunch of snow in Maine, right?

Well, this latest two-day storm walloped parts of the state with some fresh powder. It all began on Monday before continuing straight through to Tuesday. Though, it looks like the storm will be transitioning to rain for much of Maine later on Tuesday.

That said, there were some pretty hefty snowfall totals in parts of Maine, including a massive 14.2 inches in Gorham. Take a look at what other locations in the state got for this latest storm.

All of these totals are from the National Weather Service in Gray:

Portland - 12 inches

South Portland - 13 inches

Lewiston - 9 inches

Gorham - 14.2 inches

Freeport - 10 inches

Bethel - 13.5 inches

Biddeford - 10 inches

Yarmouth - 10 inches

Falmouth - 12.3 inches

To get updated snow totals from more locations, check the National Weather Service's list here.

Thanks to all the plow drivers working around the clock to keep the roads clear, and if you have to drive today, be safe out there.