SNOW OVERNIGHT THROUGH WEDNESDAY
TIMING: Snow moves in 7PM - 10 PM tonight. Light snow (some coastal rain) overnight through Wednesday tapering off during the evening. Another round of light snow looks likely Thursday morning.
PRECIPITATION TYPE All snow for most of the area. The exception will be the immediate coast (esp coastal York County and peninsulas/islands along Midcoast).
HOW MUCH: Snow totals will range from a few inches at the immediate coast to around a half foot or slightly more over southern interior Maine and New Hampshire (See map below).
Snow is overspreading our skies this evening with the steadiest and heaviest snow expected to be with us overnight into early Wednesday. Most accumulations will occur during that timeframe. Light snow will continue throughout the day Wednesday but only additional light accumulations are expected. Temperatures will slowly rise into the low to middle 30s. The coastal low will move out Wednesday night only to be replaces with another fast moving system on Thursday. That feature will likely bring another round of snow during the morning that day with the potential for another inch or two in spots. Our weather pattern is looking quieter late week. It includes some sun and melting with highs returning to around 40 degrees.
Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist
TUESDAY NIGHT: Snow. Some rain is possible immediate coast (esp York County/peninsulas and islands Micoast). NE to E winds 10 MPH. Lows 27 to 31.
WEDNESDAY: Snow. Steadiest and heaviest will end early. Light snow will continue through the rest of the day but only additional very light accumulations are expected.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Cloudy with the chance for light snow and snow showers. Lows in the 20s.
THURSDAY: Chance for light snow and or rain during the morning. Bright spots during the afternoon. Milder with highs 36 to 40.
Today's Record Temperatures