Slippery Snowfall This Evening

5:42 PM, Feb 11, 2013   |    comments
Steve McKay
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After our blast of snow this past weekend, we are now dealing with a much small snow event, but the snow we are witnessing is creating some very slick roads, so be aware of that as you are out and about this evening.  Total accumulation from this snow will range from just a coating to 2-5" north of Bangor.

Tomorrow will bring clouds and snow showers to northern counties as an area of low pressure exits the region, with a brighter sky expected in southern communities.

All is quiet, and temperatures will stay fairly mild for Wednesday and Thursday, with more in the way of cloud cover along with a chance of light snow and rain on Friday.

If you've missed them, here's a list of some mighty impressive snow totals from the weekend:

...HANCOCK COUNTY...
   BAR HARBOR            24.0   835 PM  2/09
   SURRY 2 E             18.7   300 PM  2/09
   DEER ISLE 3 N         18.0   211 PM  2/09
   MARIAVILLE 1 E        16.0   301 PM  2/09
   SOUTHWEST HARBOR 2 S  14.5   308 PM  2/09
   BLUE HILL  SE         13.0   418 PM  2/09
   GOULDSBORO            12.0   203 PM  2/09
   BROOKLIN               9.1   622 PM  2/09

...PENOBSCOT COUNTY...
   HAMPDEN               20.0   230 PM  2/09
   BANGOR 2 W            18.4   117 PM  2/09
   SPRINGFIELD 7 SSE     16.5   809 PM  2/09
   GLENBURN 1 ENE        15.2   902 PM  2/09
   BRADFORD              12.0   846 PM  2/09
   MILLINOCKET            7.0   126 PM  2/09

...PISCATAQUIS COUNTY...
   WELLINGTON            14.0   846 PM  2/09
   BROWNVILLE            12.0   845 PM  2/09
   ABBOT VILLAGE         11.0   846 PM  2/09
   SEBEC                 10.0   846 PM  2/09
   BROWNVILLE JUNCTION   10.0   845 PM  2/09
   ABBOT 1 SW             7.5   604 PM  2/09
   SEBEC                  6.0   455 PM  2/09

...WASHINGTON COUNTY...
   EAST MACHIAS 4 E      24.0   427 PM  2/09
   MARSHFIELD 2 ENE      20.0   314 PM  2/09
   GRAND LAKE STREAM     18.0   253 PM  2/09
   CALAIS 1 SSW          18.0   640 PM  2/09

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