Monthly Archives: February 2017

Another foot of snow or more on the way for parts of Maine

Low pressure driving southeast from Quebec merges with moisture streaming up from the southwest. The combination of the two are likely to bring another foot or more of snow for areas south of the Crown. Sometimes the forecast models need to be thrown away. A forecaster needs to roll up their sleeves and dig into […]

On the heels of a blizzard, more snow on the way for Maine

After as much as 40″ of snow fell on the state Monday, southern and central Maine could see another foot or more Wednesday into Thursday. Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories are posted for all but northern Maine by the National Weather Service. The state appears to be caught in the cross hairs of […]

Blizzard ends for Maine Monday, but another storm looms midweek

Blizzard warnings for the MidCoast and Down East Maine continue through Monday night. As the storm gradually moves eastward, southern and western areas will see the snow begin to taper off by late morning, later in the day for the MidCoast, central, eastern and northern areas. Here is a look at futurecast radar to anticipate […]

Crippling blizzard on the way for coastal and interior Maine

A storm capable of causing impassable roadways for much of the state starts Sunday afternoon and lasts through Monday evening. The effects of heavy snow, strong wind may linger well into the week for some as power outages are likely across coastal and interior Maine. While it may not be historic, it has potential to […]

Major noreaster to bring blizzard to coastal Maine

A powerful storm with central pressure equivalent to a Category 2 hurricane is on track impact the state Sunday afternoon through early Tuesday. Coastal areas will get the full brunt of the storm with around two feet or more of snow possible. A blizzard watch is posted for Down East Maine, including Bangor. But first, […]

More snow for Maine Saturday; major nor’easter to start the week

As Maine recovers from as much as 21″ of snow Thursday, the stage is set for another 2-5″ for parts of the state Saturday. On its heels, a major storm composing of 1 to 2 feet or more of snow, high winds, and rough seas arrives Sunday afternoon and continues through Monday. Saturday’s snow comes […]

Nor’easter to bring heavy snow, wind to Maine Thursday

1:30 PM UPDATE – STORM CONTINUES UNTIL TONIGHT A very impressive storm is south of Cape Cod and is rapidly intensifying as it moves northeastward toward Nova Scotia. Intense snow bands are slowly moving through the coastal interior, with snowfall rates of 1-3″ per hour. Along with wind gusting in the 30-40 mph range, whiteout […]

Storm to bring heavy snow for coastal Maine

4 PM WEDNESDAY UPDATE – A MATTER OF MILESĀ  WINTER STORM WARNINGS for Central & Coastal Washington, Hancock, Waldo, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Kennebec, Androscoggin, Cumberland and York Counties. WINTER STORM WATCH for Southern Penobscot and Northern Washington Counties. It’s a matter of mere miles for coastal areas which will determine snowfall. The afternoon guidance indicated […]