Good morning! Most have either snow on the ground or snow is falling this morning so roads will likely be dicey...please be careful. The storm system is winding up in the Bay of Fundy and throwing backlash precipitation into the State. It's still pretty mild along the Southwest Coast so rain with some snow mixed in is likely over the next few hours but the rest of the State is seeing snow and in some areas of Eastern and Northern Maine the snow is steady and heavy. The storm will head toward PEI this afternoon and the precipitation will taper off leaving us with mainly cloudy skies and a cold NW breeze. High will be around 40.

High pressure will move in for the next couple of days and skies will be bright but the air will be cold in the 30s.

The next potential storm will slide pretty far south of us Sunday and Monday...most of the precip will likely avoid Northern New England but flurries will be around off and on late in the weekend and early next week.

Be safe on the roads and have a great day!


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