Another storm system is on the way, but I think a lot of you are going to be just as disappointed as I am.
From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
The arctic cold front that produced the strong but brief heavy snow squalls across Maine Friday continues to move east off the New England coastline.
The arctic cold front that produced the strong but brief heavy snow squalls across Maine today continues to move east off the New England coastline.
From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
A cold front will move to our east this afternoon.
Snow showers associated with an approaching arctic cold front will continue this Friday morning.
We’ll have mostly cloudy skies today due to the high pressure system weakening and the low pressure system off the coast swinging clouds into our state.
The ridge of arctic high pressure that has produced the fair and very cold conditions across New England the past two days will weaken a bit tonight and Thursday as it drifts off to our northeast.
After an extremely cold start to the day today we will see highs warming up into the teens and 20s.
The ridge of arctic high pressure that brought the sunny, breezy and very cold conditions to Maine today will continue to control the weather in our region tonight and tomorrow.
It’ll be cold today, with highs only in the teens.
The small storm system that brought the 2” to 5” of light snow to Maine today will slip up into southeastern Canada this evening.
The small storm system that brought the 1” to 3” of light snow to Maine today will slip up into southeastern Canada this evening.
We’ll see snow moving into the region this morning.
We’ll have cloudy skies tonight due to a low pressure system moving into the area, so temps stay a bit more comfy (in the teens for most and single digits north) overnight too.
A fairly quiet pattern setting up for this upcoming week with the exception of a disturbance Monday.
The small storm system that brought the mostly light snow to much of New England Friday morning continues to slide northeast through the Canadian Maritimes.
A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for Coastal and Central Washington County and Coastal Hancock County from 7am this morning to 7pm tonight.
The ridge of arctic high pressure that brought the bitterly cold air to New England last night and today will slip east off the Mid-Atlantic Coastline this evening.
WIND CHILL WARNINGS and ADVISORIES are in effect through 11am this morning due to dangerously cold wind chills.
As an arctic cold front sweeps east through Maine plan on some scattered flurries, snow showers and possibly even a few widely scattered snow squalls this evening.