It's been a bright and brisk day across New England, with temperatures running generally around 5 to 10 degrees below average. Clouds will thicken tonight; then low pressure will take over our weather pattern tomorrow. Clouds will lower in the morning, but at least for the Bangor area points east and north any snow should hold off until mid to late afternoon.
The snow will stay will us through the overnight hours and into Wednesday morning before tapering to snow showers and flurries. How much is on the way! Pretty impressive amounts: 8-12" along the coast, with 10-15" likely by Wednesday mid-morning.
An upper level low will control our weather scene Thursday and Friday, which means we will witness clouds mixing with breaks of snow along with passing snow and rain showers from time-to-time.
March snow is not unusual here in the Pine Tree State...in fact, we average around a foot of snow in the month of March (looks like we might get it all from one storm this year!)