Weather Forecast

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until early Thursday. Snow will be heavy at times tonight.

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Central and Southern Maine Weather


Snow will continue heavy at times tonight.  A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until early Thursday morning. Visibility will be reduced to a ¼ mile at times  and driving conditions look terrible.  Winds will be picking up as well out of the northeast to north gusting 20 to 30 mph.  It’s looking like steady snowfall will come to an end before daybreak Thursday.  Total snow accumulations look to be on the order of 8 to 14 inches for most towns.  A few snow showers are possible on Thursday but travel conditions are expected to improve.  Friday will showcase some developing sun but temperatures will remain cool. In fact, early morning lows on Saturday should be in the single digits and low teens for most of the region, making for the coldest morning this season so far.  Temperatures will modify into the 40s on Sunday but a shower is possible late in the weekend as well.



Timing:  The heaviest snow will fall through the first half of the night.

Precip Type:  Mostly snow.   Some sleet or rain may mix in along the coast and southern York County tonight. Snow will be heavier and wetter closer to the coast and fluffier in the mountains. 

Winds: Winds don’t look extreme but NE to N winds may gust to 30 mph.  Thanks to the heavy wet snow on trees there may be a few scattered power outages. 

Coastal Flooding: No coastal issues are anticipated other than some beach erosion and perhaps some minor splash over at the time of high tide early Thursday morning. 

Best Travel Time Wednesday and Thursday:  Before noon today has already passed.  Thanksgiving itself should be fine for traveling with only the chance for snow showers. 

Worst Travel Times Wednesday and Thursday:  Now through 4AM Thursday.



TONIGHT: Snow, heavy at times. Some sleet or rain may mix in at the coast and southern York County. Snow ends by morning. Windy.  Lows 24 to 28.  NE winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts to 30 mph along the coast. 

THANKSGIVING:  Mostly cloudy  Chance for a snow shower.  Highs 32 to 36. NW winds 10 to 20 mph.

THANKSGIVNG NIGHT:  Partly cloudy. Lows in the teens and low 20s.

FRIDAY: Clouds to developing sun. Chilly with highs in the 30s.




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