Cold air has moved into the area overnight behind the storm that brought snow and storms yesterday. Gusty NW winds are supporting upslope snow shower activity while the main storm’s banding lingers from Augusta towards Camden. As the morning goes on, patchy sunshine especially southwest of Lewiston will add just enough heat to the lower atmosphere to support a renewed surge of snow shower activity across much of the area, especially in the mountains. As temps rise above freezing along the coastal plain, snow may mix with rain especially when it’s not precipitating very heavily. Any snowfall accumulations today will be confined to the northwest-facing slopes of the higher terrain.
High temps will range from the upper 20s in the mountains to around 40 along the shorelines, though gusty NW winds will make it feel a bit cooler.