Northern Maine sees first measurable snow of season, southern Maine could see first snow by week’s end

Parts of northern Maine saw their first measurable snowfall of the season on Monday, and the first snowfall for southern Maine might not be too far off.The National Weather Service in Caribou reported getting .6 inches of snow, making it the first measurable snowfall. Other parts of Maine saw a few flakes Monday morning as well. Total Weather spotters in Rangeley and Winthrop reported a little show as some showers moved through. Most areas should expect some rain showers late Monday and through the overnight hours into Tuesday before brighter weather arrives midweek.Maine’s Total Weather Team is keeping a close eye on the potential for the first snow for southern Maine by the end of the week thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Zeta.The remnants of the storm are expected to move to our south, and combined with cold air settling into Maine from the north, could lead to some snowfall Thursday night into Friday morning.The timing of the precipitation is crucial to southern Maine seeing snow from Zeta’s remnants. The arrival of the precipitation in the overnight hours will mean the coldest air is in place.Any snow will move out quickly Friday morning. The weekend is looking cool but nice.

Parts of northern Maine saw their first measurable snowfall of the season on Monday, and the first snowfall for southern Maine might not be too far off.

The National Weather Service in Caribou reported getting .6 inches of snow, making it the first measurable snowfall.

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Other parts of Maine saw a few flakes Monday morning as well. Total Weather spotters in Rangeley and Winthrop reported a little show as some showers moved through.

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Most areas should expect some rain showers late Monday and through the overnight hours into Tuesday before brighter weather arrives midweek.

Maine’s Total Weather Team is keeping a close eye on the potential for the first snow for southern Maine by the end of the week thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Zeta.

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The remnants of the storm are expected to move to our south, and combined with cold air settling into Maine from the north, could lead to some snowfall Thursday night into Friday morning.

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The timing of the precipitation is crucial to southern Maine seeing snow from Zeta’s remnants.

The arrival of the precipitation in the overnight hours will mean the coldest air is in place.

Any snow will move out quickly Friday morning. The weekend is looking cool but nice.