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  • January 24, 2015

    Snow Ending This Evening, Potentially Larger Storm Tuesday Into Wednesday

    Did you enjoy today’s snow? It’s rather nice to see the ground clean and white again. While today’s storm was the first snow we’ve had to plow in a while, winter is about to take a more serious turn. Let’s talk about the snow we are seeing now first. I expect our Saturday storm to […]

  • January 24, 2015

    Moderate Snowstorm For Saturday, Bright And Sunny Sunday

    A quick hitting nor’easter will bring mostly snow to southern Maine through the afternoon and early evening with a moderate accumulation of snow. As of 9AM, snow was breaking out across southern Maine and will become heavy quite quickly after it begins. I expect roads to become hazardous and you will want to have completed […]

  • January 23, 2015

    Winter Storm Warning For Saturday

    As of this evening the winter storm is still on the docket for Saturday afternoon and the first half of the overnight. There is going to be a narrow band of 6 inch plus snow totals along the coast and areas around Portland are likely to be in this band. The snowfall map below gives […]

  • January 22, 2015

    Glancing blow from Saturday’s ocean storm

    This evening confidence is growing that Coastal Maine will see some accumulating snow Saturday afternoon and at least the first part of the overnight. I have put together a first look at accumulations, but this will likely be refined tomorrow as I get new information. A track further west, closer to the coast, would mean […]

  • January 20, 2015

    After the brief thaw, quiet weather continues into the weekend

    Tuesday will be a quite day overall with a busy breeze, but overall there are no big weather makers across the Northeast with a weak front crossing the area during the day. Winds will slacken overnight with a cold feeling to the air. With mostly clear skies, some areas will see radiational cooling. Most areas fall […]

  • January 17, 2015

    2014 Was Another Warmer Than Average Year Across The Globe, Now What?

    The internet is abuzz, 2014 was the warmest year on record and the way some in the media are portraying this, you might think the planet was going to be ice and snow free by next Tuesday. The fact that 2014 was warmer than the other two previous record years 2005 and 2010, is but […]

  • January 15, 2015

    Light Snow This Evening, Colder To Start The Weekend, Rain To Finish

    Along parts of the coast, spotty precipitation has been falling for several hours, but hasn’t amounted to very much. The further inland you are the less snow there has been. The flakes are small, but they are causing minor icy spots as the roads are very cold. While this system has been more of a […]

  • January 14, 2015

    Cold continues with minor interruptions

    This morning is one of the coldest mornings of the winter so far and therefore you might be interested in if I see any break in the cold weather ahead. There’s been a lot of talk about an upcoming January thaw in the national media and while I do expect the cold relax at times […]

  • January 12, 2015

    Light Snow Today, Cold Returns Tuesday With No Big Storms In Sight

    A weak weather system is bringing some snow to the area this morning with 1 or 2 inches likely by the end of the day. A few places, especially north of Portland along the coast, could near 3 inch totals. The snow will wind down before dark. The radar loop below gives you an idea […]

  • January 9, 2015

    Snow Ending, Cold Weekend Ahead

    While a bit of light snow is causing some slick driving today, we still haven’t seen a major snowstorm this winter. Of course it did snow a lot in some areas just prior to Thanksgiving, but that early season snowstorm has just been a memory most of this cold season. The current snow will be […]