Latest
  • December 25, 2012

    Large storm to impact Maine Wednesday night and Thursday

    A major storm is about to impact Maine with wind, snow and some rain.  Currently, the center of low pressure that will impact our area is still in the deep south. During Wednesday this storm will lift north and eventually move up the coastline as a strong nor’easter.  There is a big temperature contrast with […]

  • December 24, 2012

    A Christmas flurry, big snow possible Wednesday night and Thursday

    It looks like much of coastal Maine will not end up white this year as any Christmas accumulating snow stays to our south.  There could be some flurries Christmas morning that make it look rather festive but sunshine will return for the afternoon with cold temperatures and dry roads.  The reason we won’t see any […]

  • December 23, 2012

    A bit of snow for late Christmas eve

    There is something magical about a Christmas snowfall, even a small one and for extreme southern Maine there will likely at least be some snow in the air Christmas morning.  We have a small and very weak system that will cross the area late tomorrow night and exit early Christmas morning.  I hesitate to even […]

  • December 22, 2012

    White Christmas still possible for parts of coast

    Ten years ago you may remember Portland and much of Maine had a major snowstorm in the closing hours of Christmas.  By the time the snow stopped on the 26th over a foot of snow had fallen in the Forest City.   While that was certainly the biggest Christmas snowstorm it did not set a […]

  • December 21, 2012

    Winter rolls in with a mild windy day

    Rain and wind will be on the docket for the first few hours of winter which began just after 6 this morning.  The large storm that caused a blizzard across the Midwest is currently moving through the northeastern corner of the country.  As this storm heads into Canada, a warm flow off the Atlantic will […]

  • December 20, 2012

    Windswept rain for Friday

    A powerful and deadly storm that has created blizzard conditions across the Midwest is headed for Maine.  Maine will be on the warm side of this storm meaning that from the coast to the mountains the precipitation will eventually turn to rain.  The good news for skiers is that there will be a few inches […]