No changes on thinking
In case you missed my post from Wednesday evening you can click on the link to go back to it. Timing and precipitation amounts remain the same.
The National Weather Service Caribou issued a wind advisory for coastal Hancock and Washington counties, as well as a winter weather advisory for northern Somerset and northwest Aroostook for Friday.
Our shorelines will be dealing with 10-15 foot seas which with the gusty south / southeast wind could cause some splash-over with the mid-afternoon high tide.
Rainfall could fall heavily at times and cause some urban street flooding. With areas of snow pack, it may cause some ditches to fill their banks.
This is a quick moving storm, roughly a 10-12 hour event for most areas from start to finish. The snow machine will pick up over the mountains and that will continue into Saturday. The slopes could pick up a few inches of power from that.
I am going to be away with family obligations on Friday. I will post my next update over the weekend.
Feel free to use the many pages available on this website for many types of forecasts on rainfall, snowfall, marine, longer range CPC outlooks and maps.
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