Significant Snow Ahead for Maine
A strong low pressure center pushing into the Atlantic Ocean will bring the season’s first significant snow to parts of New England. Winter Storm Warnings have been issued for portions of interior Maine. Up to 7″ of snow is possible into early Thursday morning. Storm snowfall totals will vary greatly from one location to the next and be highly dependent on elevation.
A strong breeze, producing gusts up to 30 mph, will make it feel more like December than late October. Snow showers will continue through the rest of the afternoon and evening, tapering into the overnight. Plan on difficult travel conditions with snow covered roads and significant reduction in visibility at times.
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels