Today (Tuesday) will feature the arrival of another snow event as a weak area of low pressure tries to get going offshore. Expect snow to be falling by daybreak, picking up in intensity as we head towards the midday hours. The steadiest and heaviest snow will fall along the coastal plain where a general 3-6″ is expected. Lighter amounts will be found NW of the Sebago Lakes region, more along the lines of 1-3″. The northern mountains will see little more than flurries as the bulk of the moisture associated with this system clings to the coast.
Temperatures will range from the mid 20’s in the north to the mid 30’s along the typical immediate coastal warm spots, where a brief mix with rain may hold amounts down a little bit.