(UPDATE: 9 AM on Saturday, January 18th, 2020)

According to WCSH 6, tonight's storm will begin in Central Maine between 6:30 and 7:30.  It should wrap up by the middle of the day on Sunday.

Meteorologists say that we could see a much as 9 inches of snow in the Augusta / Waterville area.

Central Maine will be under a Winter Weather Advisory from 7 PM on Saturday until Noon on Sunday.

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Even though we're not doing cleaning up from today's storm, we're already talking about the next round of winter weather.

According to the National Weather Service, we'll have a low of around 8 degrees tonight, but it will feel more like -6 with the windchill.  Tomorrow will be sunny with a high of around 12 degrees, but with gusty winds (up to 25 MPH) it's going to feel more like -10.  So, bundle up!

As for the snow?  That will roll into Central Maine early Saturday evening.�� It could be quite intense in the overnight, but it will be gone by early Sunday morning.

How much are we going to get?  Weather.com is saying somewhere around 8" for Central Maine.  There's a chance that it could mix with rain or sleet toward the coast.

Play accordingly, allow extra time to get where you need to go, and be safe.

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