Snow develops across the eastern half of the state early today. During the day snow spreads across the area with the heaviest snow Downeast. Winds will become very gusty at times and could gust as high as 40-50 mph, especially near the coast. Light to moderate snow continues through the day. It looks like we’ll pick up around 3″- 6″ of snow in the greater Bangor area. Millinocket will see around 2″-5″ and Bar Harbor could see up to 10″ by later this evening. Things start to wrap up by this evening and skies should clear out in time for some sun Thursday morning.
Thursday’s highs will be in the upper 20s and low 30s, but Friday we’ll finally return to near normal high temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. We’ll see another round of precip for Friday; it looks like this will mostly be in the form of rain, with some sleet and freezing rain mixing in as well. Things clear out nicely for Saturday when we’ll see mostly sunny skies and seasonable high temperatures, in the upper 30s and low 40s. We’ll have another shot at some precipitation on Sunday.
Today: Highs 26° – 32° with snow, especially east. Accumulation is expected. Snow ends in the evening.
Thursday: Highs 27° – 32° with mostly sunny skies.
Friday: Highs 40° – 46° with rain/mix during the day.
Saturday: Highs 39° – 44° with mostly sunny skies.
Sunday: Highs 30° – 39° with a mix of rain and snow, especially at the coast.