AUGUSTA — A pre-Thanksgiving snowstorm is complicating holiday travel across much of Maine.

The National Weather Service said snow was falling across much of the state Wednesday, with more than 10 inches being recorded before noon in Durham, Otisfield, Hope, Bethel and Sebago. Southern coastal areas were getting primarily rain.

State police are urging motorists to slow down as roads become slick and avoid travel if possible. The speed limit on sections of the Maine Turnpike was reduced to 45 miles per hour early Wednesday morning.

Some flight delays have been reported at Portland and Bangor airports, but no widespread cancellations. The wet, heavy snow also threatens to knock out power.