Our storm is moving out this morning and most of the accumulations are done with the exception of NE areas where heavy snow bands will continue for another few hours. For the rest of us, some dry air at around 10,000 feet is causing precip to shut off and thus most of southern Maine is now dry.
That’s not to say precip is completely done, the upper low is only just beginning the process of moving through the area and everyone will likely see another round of snow this afternoon as it finishes its crossing.
Here is the HRRR model showing one more round of snow this afternoon before the storm moves out for good. Expect these snow showers/squalls to be heaviest between 1 and 6 PM this evening before moving out around 8 or 9 PM tonight.
Temps will be falling today starting in the 30’s this morning and crashing through the 20’s this evening. The mountains will likely see readings in the 10’s while the coast likely stays in the 20’s.
No other major storms are in sight.