Good morning! High pressure will give us a cold, but bright day with lighter winds. Clouds will increase Wednesday night as a strong storm moves up the east coast. Then the clouds will rapidly intensify as the storm moves into and through the gulf of Maine Thursday afternoon into Friday Morning.
The exact track of this storm will determine how much snow we get (see below for estimates). As of Wednesday morning, it looks like snow heavy will develop in the morning in southern areas it will start after lunch in Eastern Maine.
Snow could mix with sleet or rain or even fall as sleet or rain along the coast. Expect strong and gusty northeast winds as well. The storm ends Friday morning in the south, afternoon in eastern and northern Maine. Gusty winds will shift to the northwest.
There is a likely chance of scattered snow showers Saturday. Brighter, blustery and colder weather returns Sunday and Monday.
Bangor: 6-12" possibly more
Caribou: 8-12" possibly more