Snowvember Rolls On
An upper level low will remain parked over the region through Wednesday before moving southeast of the state. The result will be continued snow accumulation in the mountains and north and risk of a shower over southern and eastern areas through Wednesday night.
Model generated idea of additional snow to come shows potential for upwards of a foot or more. As the surface low spins itself out, temperatures will get cooler and allow for more fluff factor. Expect continued tricky travel in the north and mountains through Wednesday.
Regional outlook through Sunday
Snow showers are likely to continue around the higher elevations Thursday morning and then dissipate towards the afternoon. The next system of concern approaches Saturday evening into Sunday morning which may bring another icing period for interior areas.
For the latest official forecasts, bulletins and advisories, please check in with the National Weather Service in Gray for western and southern areas, or Caribou for northern and eastern parts of Maine.
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