It's been a pretty tame last day of 2013, but we are certainly dealing with a mighty cold air mass! Most of Maine began the day with sub-zero readings, with more of the same to come for the rest of the week.
Our first day of 2014 will bring quiet but cold conditions; the potential for significant snow on Thursday has diminished, since the computer guidance we use to track weather systems is indicating the track of the snow producing low will be positioned south of the Gulf of Maine. At this point it appears the best chance for accumulating snow will be along the coast, and even there snow totals could be on the light side. It's important to check back with us over the next 24 hours for update, because as always, the track of the low could change, which would impact our forecast.
In the meantime, HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hope 2014 is your best year yet!