Low pressure continues to track to our south, eventually moving out of our weather picture due southeast late tonight. That low has been producing snow in much of Eastern and Central Maine since about 8 this morning. The snow will continue this evening, with about 2-5" of accumulation expected by midnight. Expect less snow across northernmost counties, since the low is too far to the south to bring much of the white stuff to that part of Maine.
Expect a brighter sky Thursday with tumbling temperatures expected; by the time we get to the mid afternoon hours I think we will be looking at temperatures in the teens with a cold northwest wind blowing. Friday will bring bright and cold conditions, with a rise in temperatures and an increase in cloud cover for Saturday and Sunday. The weekend will likely bring some snow showers to the region as well. Cold air will return as we head into the new work-week.