Spring may arrive on Wednesday, but winter is not ready to say goodbye! After a quiet start to the work week we have more plowable snow on the way Tuesday. This storm system exits Wednesday morning, but our weather remains a bit unsettled for the second half of the week.
Tonight - Clear and COLD! Tonight looks to be one of the coldest nights we have seen for a while. Lows dip into the single digits for many places. Subzero temperatures are expected early tomorrow morning.
Monday - High pressure provides us with another beautiful day. Winds will be light. Highs in the mid to low 30s.
Extended Forecast - A winter storm watch has already been posted by the NWS for Tuesdays storm. Snow will develop Monday after midnight. There will already be some accumulating snow by the morning commute Tuesday morning. The snow will continue to be heavy at times through the day. Winds may gust up to 30mph. Late in the day we could see a brief period of rain mixing in at the immediate coast in southern locations. Snow will taper is southern Maine before midnight in southern Maine. Northern and eastern Maine will finally see the snow end Wednesday morning.
Spring arrives Wednesday with some lingering snow showers in the forecast. We could have another round of some light snow on Friday. Quiet weather next weekend with brighter skies Sunday.