Another foot or so of snow is on its way to Maine.

Two waves of snow will flow into the state Sunday and Monday, each packing about 6 to 8 inches of snow, said Chris Legrow, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Gray.

The first started as very light snow late Saturday, Legrow said, and will pick up in intensity until late Sunday. He said the second will follow almost seamlessly, picking up in intensity Monday afternoon before ending either late Monday or early Tuesday.

By the time it all ends, a fresh foot to 16 inches of snow should be on the ground.

Legrow said the rest of the week will be very cold, with highs generally in the teens, but some places in the state could struggle to get beyond single-digit highs.

There’s a chance for more snow late in the week, Legrow said, but it’s too far off for forecasters to start predicting amounts.