From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
The snow may be heavy at times early today as the storm lifts through the Gulf of Maine and then moves up into Nova Scotia, with eastern parts of Maine having the best shot of seeing the heavier snowfall.
From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect for today through much of Saturday.
Low pressure approaching from the west will spread light snow across the state this morning.
High pressure will continue sliding through the area this afternoon.
High pressure will approach and then cross New England today.
The powerful nor’easter that brought all the wind and snow to New England yesterday into early today continues to slowly lift northeast through the Canadian Maritimes.
As of noontime there were still a few areas of light snow and snow showers scattered across northern and eastern Maine.
Lingering snow will taper off from west to east across the state this morning followed by clearing skies this afternoon.
**Blizzard Warnings and Winter Storm Warnings in effect for the entire state for Today into Wednesday.**
Snow will spread northward across the state this morning.
Strong low pressure will gradually move towards Nova Scotia this afternoon and evening.
**Blizzard Warnings and Winter Storm Warnings are in effect for Tuesday and Wednesday.
High pressure will build through the area today giving us partly to mostly sunny skies to start the work week.
Skies will clear for the day today.
** Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect until early tomorrow.
**Significant winter storm on the way for today and tonight into early Sunday with heavy snowfall and windy conditions expected.
**Significant winter storm on the way for today into early Sunday with heavy snowfall and windy conditions expected.
More clouds will move in today ahead of a weak area of low pressure.
The ridge of high pressure that has produced the bright and chilly conditions across Maine the past few days will continue to control the weather across our region today.
We’ll see partly to mostly sunny skies for the remainder of the day with high temperatures in the 20s to near 30°.
The ridge of high pressure that brought the bright and cold weather to Maine today will continue to control the conditions across our region the next few days.