Don’t panic, Mid-Atlantic: Here’s how to handle a blizzard, per Maine police

The Bangor Police Department took to Facebook to lend some snow advice.

Larry White with the city of Roanoke shovels snow from the front steps of City Hall, Friday morning, Jan. 22, 2016, in Roanoke, Va. A blizzard menacing the Eastern United States started dumping snow in Virginia, Tennessee and other parts of the South on Friday as millions of people in the storm's path prepared for icy roads, possible power outages and other treacherous conditions. (Heather Rousseau/The Roanoke Times via AP) LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; SALEM TIMES REGISTER OUT; FINCASTLE HERALD OUT; CHRISTIANBURG NEWS MESSENGER OUT; RADFORD NEWS JOURNAL OUT; ROANOKE STAR SENTINEL OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT AP


Maine has a few thoughts about mid-Atlantic states that are getting so worried about the upcoming snow storm.

Don’t fret: They’re here to help. In a Facebook post, the Bangor Police Department provided tongue-in-cheek advice to those states that are about to potentially face Winter Storm Jonas this weekend. The police department covered the topics of time management while shoveling, cereal selection, and the importance of looking after one another. Take it from Bangor, Maine, America– they’ve seen some snow over the years.

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