NAPLES, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- While it has been cool, we have still gotten reports of people and vehicles falling through the ice on Maine's lakes and ponds this weekend.
A truck went through the ice on Long Lake in Naples today.
No one was hurt.
We also heard a report of a woman falling through the ice in Southwest Harbor today.
Wardens say many factors affect ice thickness - not just temperatures.
The Maine Warden Service suggests a four inch thick minimum for walking or ice fishing... Five inches for snowmobile or ATVs... 8 to 12 inches for cars and small pick-ups and at least 12 inches for a medium sized truck.