Unsettled weather pattern continues

3:39 PM, Mar 20, 2013   |    comments
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We welcomed our first day of Spring with a little bit of sunshine and some scattered snow showers. The low pressure system responsible for our messy storm will hook back to the west tonight and continue to send pieces of energy our way. A second low will pass to our east Thursday night. Even though the track looks like it will stay offshore we could still see some snow shower activity from it Thursday night into Friday.

Tonight - Partly to mostly cloudy skies, a few snow showers, and chilly temperatures. Lows dip to around 20 degrees.

Thursday - Brighter skies to start the day. Clouds move in during the afternoon as another low tracks offshore. Wind will be light. Highs in the 30s.

Extended Forecast - We could see some snow showers Thursday night into Friday. Plenty of clouds stick around during the day Friday. Partly sunny skies with mountain snow showers Saturday. Brighter and milder on Sunday.

SNOWFALL TOTALS
Augusta 10.5"
Bangor 15.0"
Belfast 11.0"
Bridgton 13.6"
Camden 9.8"
Caribou 8.7"
Cornville 12.0"
Cumberland Ctr 10.0"
Deer Isle 12.0"
Dover-Foxcroft 14.0"
Durham 8.5"
East Sangerville 16.1"
Ellsworth 9.5"
Eustis 15.5"
Gray 9.2"
Gorham 9.0"
Hallowell 9.0"
Hollis 10.1"
Jackman 13.0"
Jonesboro 12.0"
Knox 9.5"
Lewiston 10.5"
Lisbon Falls 8.5"
Millbridge 12.0"
New Limerick 19.0"
North Windham 11.0"
Linneus 18.0"
Otisfield 10.3"
Poland 9.5"
Port Clyde 11.0"
Portland 10.3"
Randolph 9.0"
Raymond 10.0"
Saco 10.0"
Shin Pond 15.5"
Skowhegan 12.5"
Solon 18.0"
South Paris 10.0"
Standish 10.4"
Turner 12.0"
Vassalboro 13.0"
Vaughan Woods 12.0"
Westbrook 9.5"
York 11.5"

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