More Accumulating Snow For Central Maine Starts Wednesday Night
Does this seem like deja vu to anyone else yet? This is exactly why Maine meteorologists are calling this 'clipper week' here in the Pine Tree State. 2-3 smaller storms that just graze us are passing by, but instead of leaving a big mess, they're just depositing a minor inconvenience and then heading out.
Like us, you were probably surprised to get up for work and school this morning and see as much snow on the ground as we got. Well, it's likely that Thursday morning you'll wake up to a similar situation.
According to WGME 13, another small winter system will drop snow on the region likely between 12 midnight and 6 AM Thursday morning. Most towns in Central Maine will likely pick up 2 inches. Some maybe a bit more, some maybe a bit less.
Either way you dice it, it looks like the Thursday morning commute will be a little slower than average, especially before sun up. Oh, and the wind gusts return tomorrow, too. Nothing crazy, but blowing 20-30 miles an hour here in Central Maine is likely. Oh, and it's gonna usher in some more frigid air. But that's enough depressing weather info for one day.
How many days until spring again?
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