SNOW ENDS EARLY TODAY AND MORE SNOW MONDAY

Weather Forecast

Snow is ending from west to east  this morning. Winds will lead headlines today gusting to 40 mph.  Our next storm arrives on Monday with the potenital for another half foot to foot.  Craig will have the latest on CBS 13 at 6:00.

 

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Central and Southern Maine Weather


SNOW ENDS  AND STAYING WINDY
NEXT STORM ARRIVES MONDAY

Any leftover snow will end from west to east today. The Winter Storm Warning will expire for Midcoast and Central  Maine at 10AM. The Warning has been dropped for Southern Maine. Downeast Maine will hang onto snow though the afternoon hours.   Clouds will be slow to break but some sun will make an appearance. Strong northwest winds will make it feel colder than our projected highs in the teens.  Northwest winds will be gusting 35 to 45 mph.    Sunday looks quiet, cold and breezy.  After that all eyes are on the track of another strong storm that has the potential to bring more snow to the area on Monday. Based on today’s forecast, it's looking like more accumulating snow will arrive Monday morning and continue throughout the day. Many towns have the pontential to pick up another half foot to foot over southern Maine with lighter amounts north.   Another variable that storm will be the temperature set-up.  It's looking like highs may have a hard time getting out of the single digits Monday.  Brighter skies will return Tuesday.

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist

SNOW TOTALS FROM THIS MORNING

  • Rangeley  11.0"
  • Lewiston  10.5
  • Pinkham Notch  10.0"
  • Bath 8.0"
  • Greene 8.0"
  • Palmyra 7.7"
  • Paris 7.0"
  • North Turner  7.5"
  • Gray NWS  6.9"
  • Cumberland  6.5"
  • Yarmouth 6.3"
  • Berlin 6.0"
  • Falmouth 5.4"
  • Windham 6.4"
  • Gorham 6.2"
  • Portland Jetport 5.6"
  • Hollis 4.0"
  • Madison NH 4.0"
  • N. Conway 3.7"
  • N. Waterboro  3.5"
  • Cape Neddick 2.8"


 

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SATURDAY: Snow ends from west to east during the morning followed by slow clearing. Colder and windy with highs in the teens. NW winds 20 to 30 mph with gusts over 40 mph possible.

SATURDAY NIGHT:  Mostly clear and cold. Winds diminishing. Lows -10 to 2.

SUNDAY:  Mostly sunny, cool, and breezy.  Highs 15 to 20. 

 

 

 



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