Busy weather week

12:25 PM, Dec 2, 2013   |    comments
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We kick off December with an active weather pattern. Many inland towns are waking up to some slippery conditions outside due to snow, sleet, and freezing rain. The precipitation will continue to track NE through the morning and we will be left with cloudy skies today. Another low pressure system will track offshore tomorrow and send more rain our way for downeastern sections. Next chance of rain and mixed precipitation will be early Thursday.

SNOWFALL REPORTS
Bangor 5.0"
Bethel 2.0"
Dixmont 5.0"
East Corinth 5.0"
East Sangerville 4.5"
Greene 3.0"
Hartland 3.0"
Houlton 2.2"
Levant 6.5"
Lewiston 3.0"
Naples 1.5"
Sebec 5.0"
Topsfield 4.1"
Turner 2.7"
Winslow 5.0"

Today - The winter weather advisory in eastern and northern maine has now been extended until 11am. Slippery travel conditions are expected. The snow, freezing rain, and rain will push NE through the morning. Skies will remain cloudy through the day and high temperatures will be around 40 degrees.

Tonight - Cloudy skies, light winds, and lows in the 30s.

Tuesday - Cloudy skies with the chance of some late day rain in downeastern parts of the state. High temperatures in the mid to low 40s.

Extended Forecast - Partly sunny skies Wednesday. Next chance of seeing some rain along with some pockets of freezing rain will be early Thursday. More rain showers expected Friday.

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