Parts of Maine will see more than a foot of snow Sunday from a storm that will also bring high winds to the coast.

The storm is expected to move in early in the day and depart southern Maine by early evening, but parts of Down East and northern Maine will still feel its effects into Monday.

Northeastern Maine will get the most snowfall, National Weather Service meteorologist Nikki Becker said – around Houlton and Woodland, up to 20 inches of snow might fall. Central Maine will see less snow, with Bangor expected to see up to 8 inches and Skowhegan and Augusta getting 3 to 5 inches, she said.

Southern Maine might get a coating of snow, Becker said, but most of the flakes are expected to melt on roads along the southern coast.

Becker said the storm will pack high wind –with gusts of more than 35 mph – and it will draw in the coldest air of the season so far, with lows in southern Maine forecast to be in the upper 20s Sunday night into Monday.

“A lot of places in southern Maine haven’t had a hard freeze yet, but they will now,” Becker said.

The work week will start off cold, with highs in the 40s, but temperatures will moderate in the middle of the week with highs in the 50s.

Coast Guard rescues one after fishing boat sinks

The Coast Guard said it rescued one person but is still looking for two others after a fishing boat sank near Matinicus Island on Saturday.

Officials said they received an emergency position indication radio beacon, or EPIRB, from the 45-foot No Limits, which is homeported in Cushing, on Saturday.

Coast Guard officials said they used a rescue boat, a helicopter from Air Station Cape Cod and a boat from the Maine Marine Patrol to search for the boat and its crew. The helicopter’s crew spotted a flare fired from a survivor in a life raft and lifted him aboard.

The Coast Guard said the man was taken to Maine Medical Center but they did not release his name or condition.

The search for two others believed to be aboard was continuing and the Coast Guard said it would add more vessels to the search Saturday night.