Monthly Archives: December 2016

A Sloppy, Slick Weekend Ahead For Maine

PLEASE CLICK FOR THE LATEST UPDATE ► Freezing Rain To Impact Maine Sunday A Roller Coaster Ride Through Sunday Snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain are all expected around the state this weekend. While Saturday is mainly a snow event, the forecast gets complicated from Saturday evening until Sunday night. If you are traveling this weekend, […]

Brutally Cold Friday, Snow & Ice Saturday, Clearing Late Sunday

PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE LATEST UPDATE ► A Sloppy, Slick Weekend Ahead For Maine A Rough Weekend Ahead Wind chill has been the talk for most of the week, and it arrives in earnest Friday. The good news is the Arctic Express will make a brief stop before moving out the region by the […]

Dangerous Cold To Round Out The Week; Snow & Ice Likely This Weekend

Here Comes The Freezer Burn The deep cold will be the next hurdle for Maine to work through over the next couple of days. The only way the frigid temperatures will leave the region is with a storm approaching this weekend. It’s mid-January in mid-December for all of the state through the middle part of […]

A Nice Wednesday; Brutal Cold Late Week; Weekend Snow & Ice Possible

An Active Winter Pattern Continues The state will enjoy one more seasonable day as a narrow ridge of weak high pressure wedges in. This will be the last day coastal areas may reach above freezing until late in the weekend. The mountains and Crown of Maine may not see 20’s again until Sunday, or longer. […]

A Snowy, Slick Monday For Maine

Snow To Start The Work Week The forecast has been fine tuned over the last 48 hours in order to present a clearer idea of what to expect around Maine on Monday. Areas away from the immediate coast can expect a fair amount of snow with this event. The closer to the shorelines, the more […]

A Messy Monday Ahead For Maine

First Call Outlook After a dry and bitter cold weekend, the state can expect snow to start the work week. Guidance continues to teeter back and forth on ideas, but some models are finally catching up to the idea that the cold air over the region this weekend will be difficult to move before the […]

The Polar Express Arrives Friday; Bitter Wind Chill This Weekend; Storm Monday

Here Comes The Cold  Friday appears to be a blustery one for the state as high pressure moves eastward. The coldest air of the season thus far will pour into the region with wind out of the northwest. While the thermometer may read one value, what it feels like will be another. The mountains and […]

Hit Or Miss Showers Thursday; Bitter Cold Weekend; Storm Likely Early Next Week

Weather Headlines Thursday Unsettled, A Bit Warmer Early risers around the state should be aware of freezing fog in areas to start Thursday morning. The fog may slick roadways and reduce visibility in areas, so be aware if traveling before dawn. The fog quickly burns off after sunrise as temperatures rise. The sky generally will […]

Light Snow For Wednesday & Thursday; Storm Possible Late Weekend

Nuisance Snow Returns  After a break from the flakes for a day, snow is on track to return later this evening. It appears that by daybreak over Southern Maine the snow will be falling and perhaps accumulating from Lewiston / Auburn, Bath / Brunswick south and west. Where there was melting on Tuesday, roads will […]

A Quiet Tuesday For Maine; More Snow Showers For Wednesday

A Seasonable Day For The Pine Tree State The morning commute will be much improved over southern and eastern areas after Tuesday’s snowfall. Black ice may be an issue on the secondary roads, so use caution as you head out. Temperatures around daylight appear to range in the single digits around the rooftop of Aroostook […]