Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with perhaps a linger snow shower. Temperatures will be in the single digits. Winds remain strong, so wind chill will be in the -10s. Monday will be very cold. A Wind Chill Advisory is in place Monday through 4 p.m. for northern counties. Highs in the single digits, wind chill in the -10s to -20s. Light snow showers are expected Monday, but not much accumulation. Tuesday will be sunny and cold with highs in the low 20s, still windy. Wednesday and Thursday get a bit warmer with rain and snow mix looking likely both days.
Meteorologist Dustin Bonk
MONDAY: A few snow showers. Lots of clouds and very cold. Highs 5 to 11. Wind chills -10s to -20s. NW winds may gust over 30 mph.
MONDAY NIGHT: Clear, windy, and cold. Lows -5 to 0.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and chilly, breezy. Highs 18 to 25.
Here are some snowfall totals from our Weather Watchers and the National Weather Service.
Shelburne, NH 15.3"
Carrabassett Valley, Farmington, Rockland 14.0”
Bethel & Sandwich, NH 12.0”
South Thomaston 11.0”
West Newfield, Hope, Augusta 10.0”
Lancaster, NH 8.8”
North Sebago 8.5"
Gray, Lisbon Falls 8.0"
Portland Jetport 5.7”
Today's Record Temperatures