Low pressure tracking into and eventually through the Gulf of Maine will be responsible for plenty of snowfall across the Pine Tree State. That low has also been creating a gusty northeast wind, which has produced blowing and drifting snow reducing visibility.
This evening the steady snow will become periods of snow as some dry air gets drawn into the system. It still appears much of interior Maine will end-up with 8-15" of snow by Friday morning, with some additional accumulation in northernmost counties mid-morning on Friday. Blowing and drifting will continue Friday morning, so road will be snow covered in spots despite the great job the plow crews have been doing.
Saturday looks quiet and brisk, with some light snow possible Saturday night into Sunday morning as an area of low pressure tracks to our south. Best chance of areas of light snow will be along the coast.