Tuesday storm will bring snow, rain and wind

Tuesday storm will bring snow, rain and wind

Spring snow will accumulate inland Tuesday morning and midday



well, I hope you can enjoy the sunshine this afternoon. There will be changes on the way. But before we get there, lots of those upper forties, low fifties, especially as you head just inland, we’re gonna see the clouds developed later into the evening. Ahead of our next storm system. On the weather map, of course we’ve got lots of sunshine to talk about clear skies, a little bit of a breeze out there, making it feel a few degrees cooler. But off towards the west here, this is where the changes occur. We got some snow rain. Everything in between here and this storm system is going to move off the Carolina coast and up the eastern seaboard here intensify and give us a spring storm here. Coastal storm that will be moving in. We’re gonna have a high risk of that mountain snow. Those gusty winds will also be an issue and the combination of these two will lead to this threat here, power outages, there could be scattered power outages across the area along with maybe some coastal flooding in some areas, especially down East Maine along the midcoast . So let’s time this afternoon on storm tracker heading into this afternoon for your monday afternoon evening commute. No problems out there. We’re dealing with those temperatures back down in the forties as the clouds increase from south to north and then we get the precipitation in here. This is where this heavy rain comes and you see these oranges and yellows, reds and along with this heavy rain and heavy snow in the mountains, we’re going to be dealing with the strong winds gusting upwards of maybe even 50 MPH at times. But later into Tuesday, things definitely improved. So we go Tuesday afternoon, evening commute will be better, relatively speaking, than Tuesday morning. So that is definitely good news here. In terms of the snowfall map, here’s what we got here is what we’re thinking. This could still change of course, but really a slushy coating to an inch from lewiston auburn up towards Augusta coastline is all rain. 1 to 3 inches will be widespread from Farmington down towards Freiburg and maybe 34 or five inches somewhere into northern New Hampshire or the Mount Washington Valley. That’s really all we’re going to see with that now in terms of the winds gusting along the coastline closer to 50 MPH, just inland. 30 to 40 MPH. Either way, the combination of these winds with precipitation definitely going to lead to a bit of a mess. So we are dealing with today though, 50 degrees, no problems. Mid fifties inland thirties for tonight, not as cold as we had this morning and within 98 day forecast of course impact weather day on Tuesday, Getting into 60 by the end of this week

Tuesday storm will bring snow, rain and wind

Spring snow will accumulate inland Tuesday morning and midday

Mainers will have a couple of very nice spring days to enjoy this coming week. There is also need for a spring snowfall map Tuesday, and not only for the mountains. Marathon Monday kicks the week off with sunshine and a stiff sea breeze that will form by midday. Towns away from the coastline will climb into the 50s. Those same towns reaching well into the 50s Monday will have snow on the ground for part of Tuesday. Clouds will start to move in later in the day Monday. Snow and rain begins close to midnight in New Hampshire and after midnight here in Maine. Mostly rain is expected from the I-95 corridor east. Best chance of accumulating snow areas west of the turnpike and heading into the mountains and foothills. Accumulation of the heavy, wet snow continues through the morning for the mountains and northern foothills. A change from early morning snow to mid-morning rain will happen west of the turnpike and into the southern foothills. Tuesday afternoon will become more showery. Winds will be strong out of the southeast during the storm Tuesday. Tastes 30-40 mph likely with some stronger tastes possible along the coastline. Minor coastal flooding and splash-over during high tide Tuesday (1:51 pm in Portland). However the strongest surge will take place following high tide Tuesday afternoon. Flood concerns elsewhere will be minimal. Generally 1″ or less of rain is expected for those areas south and along the coast that will stay mostly or all rain from start to finish Tuesday. Stay tuned as we fine tune the details on snowfall amounts and wind gusts Tuesday. A quieter, brighter day Wednesday. Warming up by the end of the week.

Mainers will have a couple of very nice spring days to enjoy this coming week. There is also need for a spring snowfall map Tuesday, and not only for the mountains.

Marathon Monday kicks the week off with sunshine and a stiff sea breeze that will form by midday. Towns away from the coastline will climb into the 50s. Those same towns reaching well into the 50s Monday will have snow on the ground for part of Tuesday.

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Clouds will start to move in later in the day Monday. Snow and rain begins close to midnight in New Hampshire and after midnight here in Maine. Mostly rain is expected from the I-95 corridor east. Best chance of accumulating snow areas west of the turnpike and heading into the mountains and foothills.

Tuesday snowfall forecast

Accumulation of the heavy, wet snow continues through the morning for the mountains and northern foothills. A change from early morning snow to mid-morning rain will happen west of the turnpike and into the southern foothills. Tuesday afternoon will become more showery.

Winds will be strong out of the southeast during the storm Tuesday. Tastes 30-40 mph likely with some stronger tastes possible along the coastline.

tuesday wind forecast

Minor coastal flooding and splash-over during high tide Tuesday (1:51 pm in Portland). However the strongest surge will take place following high tide Tuesday afternoon.

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Flood concerns elsewhere will be minimal. Generally 1″ or less of rain is expected for those areas south and along the coast that will stay mostly or all rain from start to finish Tuesday.

Stay tuned as we fine tune the details on snowfall amounts and wind tastes Tuesday. A quieter, brighter day Wednesday. Warming up by the end of the week.

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