Storm snow totals

Some impressive totals for this late-november snowstorm.

Fryeburg…………………….15.0″

Bartlett……………………….13.0″

Jackson………………………13.0″

Chatham……………………..12.7″

Harrison……………………..12.0″

Glenn………………………….11.5″

Sunday River……………….12.0″

Augusta………………………10.5″

Auburn………………………. 10.0″

Randolf……………………….10.8″

N. Sebago……………………10.1″

Lisbon Falls…………………10.0

Casco………………………….10.0″

Hope……………………………10.0″

Otisfield……………………….10.5″

Richmond……………………..10.0″

Bethel…………………………..10.0″

Jefferson………………………10.0″

Paris……………………………..10.0″

New Gloucester……………..9.6″

Windham……………………….9.0″

Lewiston………………………..9.0″

Jay………………………………..9.0″

Farmington…………………….8.0″

Turner……………………………8.0″

Jefferson………………………8.0″

Cornish…………………………7.8″

Brunswick……………………..7.5″

Hollis…………………………….7.4″

Yarmouth…………………………7.1″

Cumberland……………………7.0″

Camden………………………….5.0″

Buxton……………………………5.0″

Rangeley………………………..5.0″

Westport Island………………1.5″

Westbrook……………………..1.0″

Portland (Deering)…………..1.0″

SKI RESORT SNOW TOTALS

Attitash…………………………14.0″

Wildcat………………………….11.0″

Sunday River………………….11.0″

Bretton Woods………………8″ to 10″

Cranmore……………………..11.0″

Great Glen Trails……………9.0″

Jackson XC……………………8.0″

Sugarloaf……………………….8.0″

King Pine ………………………8.0″

Loon………………………………8.0″

No more snow in the forecast šŸ˜¦ a gradual warmup is expected this weekend with a few showers late sunday.

Stay tuned!

-Jack

Storm update #16

At 9:00 am EST the snow is still holding strong here in Yarmouth and with falling temperatures I expect it to stay that way. Already there is 5″on the ground here and with more to come I am a little suspicious that the totals might top 10″ here in Yarmouth and anywhere west of here. In the foothills I expect 12-14″.

Stay tuned!

-Jack

Storm update #15

I have journeyed outside for the first time this morning and the snow is accumulating fast. I now expect something like 5-9″ here along the mainland coast with pure rain along the coast south of Portland. I will continue to monitor the forecast as the complex patterns above our heads keep arguing over weather it should be a rain storm or a snow storm.

Stay tuned!

-Jack

Storm update #11

More brand new forecasts… Ā As of 7:10 the cold air is winning the battle and very little changeover is expected. As a result I will update my forecast amount of snow to 2-4″ along the coast south of Portland, 6-10″ along the mainland coast between Portland and Bar Harbor, 3-5 along the coast from Bar Harbor to Eastport. Snow amounts will range from only a dusting in Aroostook county to 8-12 in the foothills to 6-10 in the westernmost mountains to 5-8 in inland York county. Here are the updated ETAs of the snow: Providence RI about 8:00, Worechester MA about 8:00, Boston MA about 8:20, Manchester NH about 8:30, Kittery ME about 9:00, Portland ME about 9:30, and Yarmouth ME about 9:45.

Wind predictions have risin to sustained @35mph with gusts @45-50mph.

Stay tuned!

-Jack

Reliably hype-free weather info for Western Maine and New Hampshire from amateur forecaster Jack Sillin

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