Didn’t Get Enough This Weekend? Central Maine Has Another Snow Storm on The Way This Week
It was quite a weekend here in Central Maine wasn't it, folks? Why did it seem like the sleet, snow, rain and ice that we got this weekend lasted forever. Seriously, it seemed like it was precipitating for days on end. I guess technically it kind of was. And, why can't we just get a regular snow storm this year? You know, one that is just regular fluffy snow and nothing else. Instead we have been bombarded with these systems that bring a little snow, but then follow it up with rain or ice.
Well, if you didn't get enough winter weather over the weekend, get ready, because Central Maine is going to get some more later on in the week, and yes, it looks like it's going to be disruptive to our plans.
According to WGME 13, the next snow event will move into Maine on Thursday evening and will be with us until Friday. The beginning of the week, leading up to the next storm, looks pretty quiet with a mix of sun and clouds and fairly mild temperatures.
Thursday evening the storm system will move in Thursday evening and, according to WGME, this will be a 'classic snow producer' and shouldn't leave us with any mixed precip or ice. WGME says that this should definitely be a plowable event.
The models show this storm moving in Thursday evening and hanging around for most of the day Friday. This will bring slippery travel to much of the state on Friday. Additionally, while snow totals haven't been put out just yet, WGME says they believe the highest snow totals will fall in Southern Maine.
As far as next weekend looks, weather should be much quieter and be favorable for outdoor activities in the freshly fallen snow!