Hold off on celebrating the return of spring for a bit. It looks like winter might have one last blast before going away as weather forecasters are calling for a potential nor'easter bringing plowable snow to hit Maine Sunday into Monday.

As of Friday (March 18), things are still a bit uncertain as to the track of the storm. The National Weather Service in Gray posted the following forecast:

Low pressure developing off the East Coast Sunday into Monday may produce moderate to heavy snow. There is still uncertainty in the track of this system. If it tracks along the coast, the probability of heavy snow will increase...if it tracks further offshore less snow will occur.

The Weather Service also posted this graphic on its Facebook page showing the potential track of the storm.

National Weather Service