A developing ocean storm will bring snow to our area tomorrow along with windy conditions. This storm has really been a tough one to forecast. First of all...the computer models could not agree this week if we would even see a storm on Sunday. Now the track of the storm has been a little up in the air. I have posted my predicted snowfall amounts in the "weather extra" section. If the low tracks father to the west tomorrow the amounts will increase. A more eastern track means less snow. Either way we tap into colder temperatures Sunday night, the snow ends, and sunshine returns on Monday.
Tonight - A cold front remains draped across eastern Maine. This front will be the focus of snow through the overnight. Winds will increase from the north, and lows dip to around 20 degrees.
Sunday - Low pressure will be just south of Cape Cod early Sunday morning and will continue to track NE through the day. This low will bring snow and windy conditions. Slippery travel through the day is expected. Especially for the places in the advisory and watch areas listed at the top of your screen. Winds will increase through the day and could gust to 50 mph. This will lead to blowing snow, reduced visibility on the roads, and scattered power outages. The snow ends from west to east late Sunday.
Extended Forecast - Sunshine returns Monday, but the windy conditions continue. Temperatures warm back into the 30s starting on Tuesday. We could see a wintry mix late Tuesday into early Wednesday. After that high pressure provides us with a quiet end to the work week.