Impact Weather: Storm brings rain, snow, wind Sunday into Monday

Impact Weather: Storm brings rain, snow, wind Sunday into Monday

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Good Sunday, everyone. I’m meteorologist Ted McInerney, a cooler and wet day today. Temperatures will be in the mid forties for much of the day and then dropping into the low forties and even upper thirties, an impact weather day because of the rain, heavy at times in the afternoon and evening and also the winds picking up. We also have some snow to talk about. We’ll track it for you hour by hour, again rain this afternoon, some of it heavy. At times, the mountains will see wet snow will be heavy. That snow is really gonna ramp up in northern Maine. But here we are at 6 30 snow getting down to about Lewiston, Auburn. This purple is a mix of snow and rain, primarily snow to the north and a mixture of rain and snow to the south. Heavy rain and win the sea late tonight and then tomorrow we’ll start off of rain in the morning. Very light precipitation, and we’re looking at very light snow tomorrow during the day, especially during the afternoon mixing still at the coast. There’s a winter weather advisory for snow covered roads in our mountain communities. A winter storm warning for northern Maine. That trio gets six plus inches, 3 to 6 inches for Farmington Scout. He can even Augusta Waterville Rangeley 123 for Lewis and I are in a kind of a slushy snow and under an inch down to the Portland area in mid coast again. That’s gonna be tonight into tomorrow. Three day temperature trend showing that the temperatures will be cool today, especially tomorrow. A little bit warmer on Tuesday. Still all below average for the next three days on our exclusive eight day dries out Tuesday. But staying cool April 1st on Wednesday, mid forties. Warm up into the fifties on Thursday and Friday, but we have good chances for showers. Good Sunday, everyone. I’m meteorologist Ted McInerney, a cooler and wet day today. Temperatures will be in the mid forties for much of the day and then dropping into the low forties and even upper thirties, an impact weather day because of the rain, heavy at times in the afternoon and evening and also the winds picking up. We also have some snow to talk about. We’ll track it for you hour by hour, again rain this afternoon, some of it heavy. At times, the mountains will see wet snow will be heavy. That snow is really gonna ramp up in northern Maine. But here we are at 6 30 snow getting down to about Lewiston, Auburn. This purple is a mix of snow and rain, primarily snow to the north and a mixture of rain and snow to the south. Heavy rain and win the sea late tonight and then tomorrow we’ll start off of rain in the morning. Very light precipitation, and we’re looking at very light snow tomorrow during the day, especially during the afternoon mixing still at the coast. There’s a winter weather advisory for snow covered roads in our mountain communities. A winter storm warning for northern Maine. That trio gets six plus inches, 3 to 6 inches for Farmington Scout. He can even Augusta Waterville Rangeley 123 for Lewis and I are in a kind of a slushy snow and under an inch down to the Portland area in mid coast again. That’s gonna be tonight into tomorrow. Three day temperature trend showing that the temperatures will be cool today, especially tomorrow. A little bit warmer on Tuesday. Still all below average for the next three days on our exclusive eight day dries out Tuesday. But staying cool April 1st on Wednesday, mid forties. Warm up into the fifties on Thursday and Friday, but we have good chances for showers.

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Impact Weather: Storm brings rain, snow, wind Sunday into Monday

A storm will bring rain, snow and wind to much of Maine through Monday.The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of Oxford, Franklin and Somerset counties through early Monday morning. A winter storm warning has been issued for parts of northern Maine.The storm system arrived Sunday afternoon, with rain showers toward the coast and wet snow in the mountains.Heavier rain arrives at the coast Sunday night, with winds gusting to 35 mph. Snow will be very heavy and wet in the Maine mountains overnight Sunday into Monday, where more than 6 inches is possible.A slushy 3 to 6 inches of snow is possible for the foothills and some inland areas.The Lewiston-Auburn area could see a slushy 1 to 3 inches of snow into Monday.Coastal areas and southern Maine will see mostly rain from the storm.Monday will start off with lighter rain at the coast switching to a snow rain mix. Inland will be all snow, but it will be fairly light.

A storm will bring rain, snow and wind to much of Maine through Monday.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of Oxford, Franklin and Somerset counties through early Monday morning. A winter storm warning has been issued for parts of northern Maine.

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The storm system arrived Sunday afternoon, with rain showers toward the coast and wet snow in the mountains.

Heavier rain arrives at the coast Sunday night, with winds gusting to 35 mph.

Snow will be very heavy and wet in the Maine mountains overnight Sunday into Monday, where more than 6 inches is possible.

Snowfall through Monday

A slushy 3 to 6 inches of snow is possible for the foothills and some inland areas.

The Lewiston-Auburn area could see a slushy 1 to 3 inches of snow into Monday.

Coastal areas and southern Maine will see mostly rain from the storm.

Monday will start off with lighter rain at the coast switching to a snow rain mix.

Inland will be all snow, but it will be fairly light.