As Southern Maine's first snow falls today, no doubt there's plenty of dubbahs out theah ready to "Whaaab, Whaaaab"! (that's Mainah for the sound of a snowmobile rev) Don't get too excited though, it's sposeta change ovah to rain.
It's the first of December and while it's off to a fairly mild start, the plow trucks will be out in full force before you know it to get our roads clear. This Maine-Made music video reminds us to be patient when we get stuck behind a plow this winter. And "Don't Try to Pass"!
According to their Facebook page, the wicked Mainahs at O' Chang Comics have promised a new Temp Tales episode is coming soon! They would also like to point out that this Stahm Centah cartoon released last year, isn't a teaser.
Here at WBLM we are proud to have introduced lots of folks in Blimpville to locals like the Hillbilly Weatherman from Francistown, New Hampshire and Little Peters from Winn, Maine. It's so great to discover entertaining characters who talk funny, just like us. Now I come across this fellah. He calls himself 'Mahk the old Mainah' and he's kinda bummed that it's still wintah.
Historic Fenway Park has hosted major rock concerts, ice hockey winter classics and now this. Top ski and snowboard competitors from around the world are at Fenway today and tomorrow for Polartec Big Air.
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