It swept into Maine Saturday night and hit the state with most of its fury on Sunday. Snowfall amounts varied depending location.
Most Mainers had one thing in common Monday -- they had to tackle the hard job of dealing with what the storm left behind.
"It's very icy and crusty on top so the snowblower won't get anything until you break it up on top. So I have to shovel and then do snow blowing," homeowner John Thompson said.
Flights all across the country were canceled or delayed over the weekend because of the storm.
Officials at Bangor International Airport said everything was back to normal on Monday.