Nor’easter to bring snow, ice to Maine: What to expect

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New trends show snow moving further down the coast into Mainers as Friday’s storm continues to approach. Maine’s Total Weather team tracks what could be Maine’s first major snowfall of the season. The latest trends are calling for more snow, less rain on the coast as the storm’s track has shifted a little further south. Where all rain was expected on the coast, there is now a chance of 2-4″ of slushy, muddy snow. In the mountains and foothills, all snow is expected with 8-12″ expected. > > INTERACTIVE RADARS Snow and rain are coming to Maine and New Hampshire before daybreak on Friday. Road conditions will worsen throughout the day and will impact Friday night commutes. The snow will stay all night Friday into Saturday morning before gradually subsiding. The final amount of snowfall depends on the storm’s exact track. The forecast evolves as details become sharper. Maine’s Total Weather team will keep you updated throughout the week on how the storm is expected to progress. Follow Maine’s Total Weather team on social media: Roger Griswold: Facebook | Twitter Sarah Long: Facebook | Twitter Ted McInerney: Facebook | TwitterRadek Przygodzki: Facebook | TwitterColleen Hurley: Facebook | Twitter

New trends show snow moving further down the coast into Mainers as Friday’s storm continues to approach. Maine’s Total Weather team tracks what could be Maine’s first major snowfall of the season.

The latest trends are calling for more snow, less rain on the coast as the storm’s track has shifted a little further south. Where all rain was expected on the coast, there is now a chance of 2-4″ of wet, slushy snow. In the mountains and foothills, all snow is expected with 8-12″ there.

>> INTERACTIVE RADAR

Snow and rain arrive in Maine and New Hampshire before dawn on Friday. Road conditions will worsen throughout the day and will impact Friday night commutes. The snow will continue through Friday night into Saturday morning before gradually subsiding.

Final amounts of snow depend on the storm’s exact track. The forecast evolves as details become sharper. Maine’s Total Weather Team will keep you updated throughout the week on how the storm is expected to progress.

Follow the Maine Total Weather team on social media:

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