MAINE (NEWS CENTER) -- The overnight snow that dumped on Maine has left the roads slick and plow trucks busy.
Maine Turnpike: The speed limit is normal as of 6:30 a.m. on the entire turnpike.
Around 2 a.m. Wednesday a tractor trailer and plow-truck collided between exit 36 in Saco and exit 42 in Scarborough on the northbound lanes. The center and passing line are open, but is has caused moderate delays. There is a small amount of corrosive liquid leaking from the tractor trailer, which made it difficult to clear, said the local fire chief. A tow truck pulled the tractor-trailer out around 6:20 a.m.
South Portland: Roads are good, but drivers say it is better to go a little slow.
295: From Falmouth to South Portland the roads are clear of snow.
Route 196: From Lewiston to Lisbon there is little slush and good driving conditions. Lisbon to Topsham still has snow and the roads are slick.
Route 15/outer Broadway: Plows have not been to the road recently, prepare for larger snow amounts than other roads.
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