For today, some snow showers will fall over the mountains of northwestern Maine, but aside from that, plenty of sunshine and blustery winds are in store. An Arctic front will slice through by midday and temperatures will only top out between 20-30° before they begin to fall in the afternoon. The busy breeze will make it feel colder.

Another decent day is in store for Monday, but it'll be chilly again. Highs will likely stay in the teens and lower 20s with a bit less wind. Clouds will increase later in the day ahead of our next system.

Monday night and Tuesday, an area of low pressure will rapidly intensify and move up toward the New England coast. At this stage, the setup has all the markings of a true nor'easter with heavy snow and strong winds. The track and timing, of course, will need to be worked out over the next couple days, but I'd suggest getting prepared for a lengthy and healthy dose of snow on Tuesday.

A.J. is back again Sunday evening.

- Tom

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