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Tame Thursday, Then a Messy Mix

6:16 PM, Dec 18, 2013   |    comments
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Some impressive snow totals from our latest round of snow, mostly for coastal communities (see the totals posted below.)

Finally, looks like a tame day on Thursday, but the quiet pattern won't stick around low. A frontal boundary slipping through Maine will eventually stall, settling across northern New England by Friday and staying put through the weekend. A series of disturbances riding along that stalled-out boundary will create clouds along with periods of snow and mixed precipitation Friday through Sunday.  The precipitation will be light to moderate most of the time, with the possibility for steadier snow, sleet and freezing rain Saturday night into Sunday.  YUCK!

Here are the snow totals from last night's (and this mornings) storm:

BLUE HILL             12.0  1051 AM 12/18
   HANCOCK               12.0   730 AM 12/18  CO-OP OBSERVER
   BLUE HILL 4 SSE       11.5  1053 AM 12/18
   BROOKSVILLE           11.5  1248 PM 12/18
   BASS HARBOR           11.0   741 AM 12/18
   DEER ISLE 3 N         10.5   946 AM 12/18
   CRANBERRY ISLES 3 N   10.0   828 AM 12/18
   SURRY 2 E             10.0   715 AM 12/18
   ELLSWORTH 4 ESE       10.0  1114 AM 12/18
   SOUTHWEST HARBOR 2 S   9.5  1202 PM 12/18
   BROOKLIN               7.7   224 PM 12/18
EASTPORT              12.5  1203 PM 12/18
   CHERRYFIELD 4 W       10.0   932 AM 12/18
   MACHIASPORT            9.5   745 AM 12/18
   ROQUE BLUFFS           8.5   734 AM 12/18
   EAST MACHIAS           7.0  1247 PM 12/18
   WHITING                7.0   841 AM 12/18
   PERRY                  7.0   131 PM 12/18
   HARRINGTON 2 ESE       7.0  1245 PM 12/18
   COLUMBIA FALLS 1 NNE   6.0   948 AM 12/18
   EAST MACHIAS 4 E       6.0   814 AM 12/18

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