Snow will end this morning as the storm system moves away...it dropped roughly 4-6" of snow. Clouds will dominate the rest of the day and temps will reach the upper 20s with lighter wind. Upper level energy will swing overhead late tomorrow and Thursday inducing snow showers. Fresh coatings of snow will be possible during this time. The system will attempt to generate a weak surface low, Thursday morning. This would enhance snowfall over Downeast Maine where a few additional inches of snow may fall. Following that system, very cold air will work in and highs will only reach 20 degrees on Friday.
Snow showers and squalls will be possible Friday night and Saturday morning as the next wave of Arctic air arrives. The air with this next surge will rival some of the coldest airmasses from last February. Highs will range from 10-15 degrees, overnight lows will be subzero throughout Northern New England, and wind chill values will be dangerously cold. You have been warned...
Have a good day,