Impact Weather: Late season snow and gusty wind Saturday

Rain and snow move into Maine late Friday night and will spread across the area early Saturday. The mountains will start as snow. Outside of the mountains we will initially start as rain, but as colder air moves in, snow is expected to mix in all the way to the coast. The highest totals are expected over the higher elevations. Outside of the mountains and foothills, accumulating snow will be restricted to grassy surfaces.The bulk of precipitation wraps up fairly quickly Saturday morning. Mountain snow showers persist Saturday afternoon and evening. Northwest winds regularly gusting over 30 mph Saturday. Peak wind gusts may reach 40 to 50 mph as the storm departs, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a wind advisory from 10am until 9 pm Saturday. Strong winds may blow around unsecured objects, cause scattered power outages and make driving high profile vehicles difficult. Stay tuned to Maine’s Total Weather for the latest updates.

Rain and snow move into Maine late Friday night and will spread across the area early Saturday. The mountains will start as snow. Outside of the mountains we will initially start as rain, but as colder air moves in, snow is expected to mix in all the way to the coast.

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The highest totals are expected over the higher elevations. Outside of the mountains and foothills, accumulating snow will be restricted to grassy surfaces.

WMTW-TV

The bulk of precipitation wraps up fairly quickly Saturday morning. Mountain snow showers persist Saturday afternoon and evening. Northwest winds regularly gusting over 30 mph Saturday. Peak wind gusts may reach 40 to 50 mph as the storm departs, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a wind advisory from 10am until 9 pm Saturday.

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Strong winds may blow around unsecured objects, cause scattered power outages and make driving high profile vehicles difficult.

Stay tuned to Maine’s Total Weather for the latest updates.