A light dusting of snow in the Bangor area Tuesday morning could lead to slippery road conditions for the morning commute.
Greater Bangor is expected to only see about an inch of snow Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Caribou. The coast will see slightly more snow, with 2 inches forecast for Bar Harbor. Less than an inch is predicted for areas north of Bangor.
Mostly clear and cold tonight. Light snow in southern areas Tuesday. Chance of snow showers Wednesday evening ahead of an Arctic front. Locally heavier snow showers possible along the Downeast or central Maine coast late Wednesday evening. Frigid wind chills Thursday. #mewx pic.twitter.com/CjyDRwfgrU
— NWS Caribou (@NWSCaribou) December 16, 2019
Southern Maine will see considerably more snowfall, with Portland predicted to get 3 inches Tuesday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Gray.
Lewiston and Brunswick are also forecast to get 3 inches, while Belfast is expected to get 2 inches.
Below is our current forecast for snowfall tomorrow morning through tomorrow evening. Snow will develop from south to north beginning tomorrow morning before tapering off in the evening. The morning commute could be adversely impacted, particularly in southern New Hampshire. pic.twitter.com/2wbDyAjjA9
— NWS Gray (@NWSGray) December 16, 2019