It's a new month and a new pattern is developing. High pressure will give way to clouds this afternoon and some light rain will break out this evening. I'm concerned for icy spots, the ground is frozen and temps over the interior will be near 32. Please watch your step and drive safely later this evening. Tomorrow we'll be in-between systems with occasional rain showers. On Thursday, an energetic jetstream will kick up a new area of low pressure that will strengthen as it passes into the Canadian Maritimes. It will throw moisture back into Maine at the same time drawing cold air in...rain will flip to snow especially away from the coast. In fact, there's a good chance for accumulating snow with 6 inches or more looking possible through the Mountains and across Northern Maine with a few inches in the foothills. At this time, I'm not expecting any accumulation along the coast. Ah, Winter has commenced.

Following that storm system, the pattern goes quiet again and temps will warm from the 40s to around 50 over the weekend.

Have a good day and drive safely this evening.


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