Another quick moving storm will bring us more precipitation later today. Eastern Maine is expected to see the most snowfall of 3-5". Due to the mild temps the immediate coast could see some rain and sleet before changing over to snow. High pressure provides us with a beautiful day tomorrow. Don't get used to the sunshine because another messy storm heads our way Friday.
This Afternoon - Cloudy skies with snow moving in during the mid afternoon for western locations. As I mentioned above, the coast will see some rain and sleet mixing in. Precipitation continues to move east through the afternoon and will once again impact travel in southern Maine for the evening commute.
Tonight - Storm comes to an end in southern locations around 9pm. Snowfall amounts expected to be a dusting to 3". Eastern Maine will see bands of heavy to moderate snow through the evening and the storm will exit around midnight. 3-5" are possible in those locations.
Thursday - The warming trend continues with highs around 40 degrees. High pressure provides us with sunny skies and breezy conditions.
Extended Forecast - A warm front lifts north Friday morning spreading mixed precipitation across the state Friday morning. A trailing cold front will bring heavy rain to the area late Friday into Friday night. Brighter skies expected for the weekend with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s.