Hope you are ready for another round of snow because it's on the way as we speak.
Overnight clouds will continue to increase. Temperatures will drop into the upper teens and low to mid 20s with just a light northeast wind.
By tomorrow the low will move off the coast of Maine, bringing some snow with it for almost everyone. (The only exception will be far northern Maine, looks like you will escape this one.) Temperatures tomorrow will be in the upper 20s and low 30s. It looks like coastal and inland areas will pick up 3-5" by Wednesday night. Wouldn't be surprised to see a 6 or 7" report either. Only problem will be if the immediate coast changes over to rain, which of course would lessen amounts, but I'm doubting that at this point. Get out the shovels.
Things wrap up tomorrow night into Thursday. Temps overnight drop into the low to mid 20s.
Thursday will be partly sunny with a few snow squalls possible along an arctic front that will move into the area.
Friday will be mostly sunny but cold. With the arctic airmass in place temperatures will only be able to reach the mid 20s, for highs. Brrr!
Looks like more snow showers on Saturday then Sunday we could pick up another couple of inches.