Another Coastal Storm is moving through. The heaviest snow and rain will continue to move out of New England.
Precipitation will last much of the day throughout the state of Maine. Total snowfall accumulations will range from 6 to 12 inches across the mountains (with some locally higher amounts of up to 18 inches).
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Rainfall amounts will range from 1 inch to 1 1/2-inches. Minor flooding is likely on many streams and rivers. Winds will be strong along the coast and in the higher elevations –- gusts may exceed 50 mph along the coast and 40 mph above 1,000 feet.
Monday's powerful system caused power outages to approximately 58,000 customers across the region.
After this storm system departs, we’re expecting a couple of dry, quiet days. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and most of Saturday will be sunny. Temperatures will range from the upper 30s to low and mid-40s.
Wet and in some cases snowy weather will return by Saturday night and Sunday. It’s still too early to lay out who will get what, but it’s possible that the high elevations of New England will get another round of snow.
Temperatures in southern New England look much warmer. Sunday and Monday could feature temperatures in the mid-50s.
The long-term picture is a bit colder, not the Thanksgiving kind of cold we just had, but it will be chilly. High temperatures might stay in the upper 20s and low 30s by the 10th day. Stay tuned!