Well, it's safe to say we got hammered with snow yesterday. The promised Nor'Easter wasn't a dud, and has left a large majority of state with different styles of clean up to take care of over the next few days.

Here in Portland, residents awoke this morning to find that the snow fall and snow drift had combined to put their cars under a very large blanket of the white stuff. Combine that with the public works plowing the roads to make them passable for the morning commute, and you're left with a whole lot of people guesstimating where their car might be buried under snowbanks.

This video shared by WGME's Lexie O'Connor is the perfect real-life struggle that exists the morning after we get walloped by snow here in Maine. Chances are, there are a lot of other people who are buried under the snow blanket as well. If you've got a good picture or two, send them our way through our station Facebook page!