Low pressure sitting to our east will send one more round of rain and light snow our way through tonight. Little to no accumulation is expected. Wednesday night into Thursday we find ourselves on the northern fringe of a massive storm system hitting the mid Atlantic states. A plowable snow is possible with heaviest snowfall amounts the farther south you go.
This Afternoon - Mostly cloudy skies, breezy NE wind, and scattered rain/snow showers. Highs 39-44 degrees.
Tonight - Cloudy skies and periods of light snow. Lows at the freezing mark and below.
Wednesday - Cloudy skies, some lingering snow showers, and highs in the 30s.
Extended Forecast - Snow pushes into southern Maine late Wednesday night into Thursday. A plowable snow is possible for locations south of Bangor Thursday. The heaviest snowfall amounts right now look to be in far southwestern parts of the state. Latest computer models are suggesting around a half a foot Thursday in York county. We will keep you updated with the latest information as it comes into the weather office.
Partial clearing expected on Friday. High pressure then build in for the weekend helping to clear out the clouds. Next system features rain Monday night into Tuesday.