Remnants of Zeta might bring building up snow to Maine late today – WMTW Portland

28October 2020

The remnants of Zeta, integrated with arctic air from the north, might bring the very first snow of the season to parts of southern Maine.The residues of the storm are expected to transfer to our south, and integrated with cold air settling into Maine from the north, might cause some snowfall Thursday night into Friday morning.The timing of the rainfall is vital to southern Maine seeing snow from Zeta’s remnants.The arrival of the precipitation in the over night hours will imply the coldest air remains in place.A few designs are suggesting a relocate to the south for the track. That would mean considerably less snow, if any at all. That trend is reflected in our updated snowfall forecast.The snow will vacate rapidly Friday morning with partial clearing after noon.High temperature levels on Friday will remain in the 30s. Halloween is looking chilly, however dry, with temperature levels in the 40s. Do not forget to set your clocks back one hour this weekend as Daytime Saving Time pertains to an end.PORTLAND, Maine–

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