A small break from the snow

9:27 PM, Feb 24, 2013   |    comments
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After a snowy end to the weekend we have some quiet weather on the way for the start of the work week. My advise...use that time to do some snow clean up, because a stormy weather pattern heads our way starting Wednesday.

Arundel 6.0"
Augusta 8.0"
Bangor .8"
Bath 10.5"
Bridgton 9.1"
Brooklin 1.0"
Brunswick 8.0"
Camden 4.7"
Cornish 8.5"
Cornville 6.0"
Cumberland Center 12.0"
Detroit 6.3"
Durham 10.3"
Fairfield 11.0"
Falmouth 10.0"
Gorham 10.2"
Gray 10.6"
Hartford 10.2"
Hollis 11.1"
Hope 8.0"
Kennebunk 6.0"
Kingfield 5.5"
Lewiston 9.0"
Limington 9.3"
Madison 5.5"
Ocean Park 6.5"
Portland 10.5"
Randolph 7.0"
Richmond 10.5"
Saco 7.0"
Skowhegan 9.1"
Standish 12.0"
Turner 10.5"
Vassalboro 12.0"
Westbrook 10.0"
Wilton 9.5"
Winslow 9.2"

Tonight - Evening light snow tapers to overnight snow showers. Any additional accumulation will be light. Lows dip into the 20s leading to refreezing on any wet surfaces. You will want to be careful on any untreated roads.

Monday - Skies become partly sunny tomorrow with high pressure building into the area. We may see a few afternoon snow showers in the mountains, but everyone else will stay dry. Temperatures will range from the mid 30s to the low 40s.

Extended Forecast - Another nice day Tuesday with partly cloudy skies. Our weather pattern takes a turn for the worst starting Wednesday as we get into a blocking pattern. Low pressure could bring us a round of heavy rain at the coast and heavy snow inland on Wednesday. That low then stalls out through the weekend. We will have a couple more chance of snow and rain right through Sunday.

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