Someone is snow-dancing really hard. We are gearing up for our third nor’easter in a span of just two weeks. Here’s a look at the breakdown of what we can possibly expect, Tuesday.
SNOW: We are looking at a good amount of snow with this nor’easter. Although the center will remain well offshore, snow will spill into the state during much of the day, Tuesday. It will start off in Southern Maine during the morning around 8. This will spread to the north and east during the late morning and afternoon. By the late afternoon and evening much of the state should be seeing snow. Here’s a look at possible totals from this storm. A general 8-12 inches are possible, with the highest amounts in Downeast Maine.
WIND: Winds will begin to pick up as we head into Tuesday. The gusts will be stronger closer to the coast. We could see them anywhere between 35 to 45 miles per hour through Tuesday afternoon.
COAST: The storm will move through during astronomically low tides. I’m not too concerned with coastal flooding. However, there is the chance. Our coast, especially through Southern Maine has been battered from the last few storms. This makes them extremely vulnerable to any coastal storm. Coastal erosion is likely, too.
The National Weather Service does have winter storm watches in place for Tuesday.
We will continue to update you throughout the rest of the weekend and into the start of the week. We’ll see you on air and online!