Today will feature snow moving out, the main band that brought thundersnow to the Portland area last night is now long gone NE of Bangor and just snow showers remain. There’s currently one moving through Cumberland County and currently one near Augusta as of 5:15. These will continue through mid morning before dissipating and moving offshore. An additional coating to an inch is possible.
Winds will be picking up today as cold air moves in. Look for gusts up to 40 mph along with blowing and drifting snow. Temps are starting the day in the 20’s and will remain there through the afternoon as colder air moving in counteracts the heating effect of the sun. As the sun goes down though look for rapidly dropping temps.
All in all, a pretty wintry day for Maine, something we haven’t seen much of this winter.
Our next chance for significant snow could arrive over the weekend.