First wave of spring snow in Maine, rain on the way

Keep your coats handy, temperatures will once again drop to seasonal lows in Maine. Sub-freezing temperatures overnight and early in the morning can cause precipitation in the form of snow or ice. Thursday morning can bring snow in the morning before changing to cold afternoon rain on the coast. This cold rain may turn to snow during the evening. In the mountains, snow is expected to start in the morning and continue throughout the day. Along the coast there will be minor to no snow accumulations, while a few centimeters will be possible in the mountains. THURSDAY MORNING FORECASTTHURSDAY AFTERNOON FORECASTTHURSDAY EVENING FORECASTWorried about your journey? Click here for the latest traffic details.

Keep your coats handy, temperatures will once again drop to seasonal lows in Maine.

Sub-freezing temperatures overnight and early in the morning can cause precipitation to fall as snow or ice.

Thursday morning can bring snow in the morning before changing to cold rain in the afternoon on the coast. This cold rain may turn to snow during the evening.

In the mountains, snow is expected to start in the morning and continue throughout the day.

Along the coast there will be minor to no snow accumulations, while a few centimeters will be possible in the mountains.

THURSDAY MORNING FORECAST

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Thursday morning – 7:30 a.m.

THURSDAY AFTERNOON FORECAST

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Storm Tracker – Thursday 1pm

THURSDAY EVENING FORECAST

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Storm Tracker – Thursday 6pm

Worried about your trip? Click here for the latest traffic details.

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