Local Weather Forecast
Watch your step in the morning, there may be some icy spots from any melted snow that froze overnight. There may be an isolated snow shower or flurry first thing in the morning as well.
Monday will be a partly sunny day before our next round of wintry weather arrives. Highs will be in the 30s.
Our next storm system arrive as a fairly weak clipper, but start to grow and intensify when it hits the Gulf of Maine. Its exact track and intensity will be important. Right now, it looks like everyone will start as snow Tuesday morning. A rain-snow line may develop near the coast, changing the snow to a mix or rain. Inland, heavy snow is likely from late morning through the afternoon Tuesday.
Areas inland from the Maine Turnpike will likely receive between 6 and 10 inches of snow. Closer to the coast and in Downeast Maine, totals will drop near the coast, depending on any mixing. You can read more about this storm in our blogs section.
After this storm pulls away, much colder air moves in for Wednesday and Thursday. The wind chill will be a factor.