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STATEWIDE — A powerful ocean storm has the potential to bring a few feet of snow and blizzard conditions to parts of Maine.

All eyes are on the exact track of the powerful ocean storm Thursday through Thursday night.

Its track will determine how much snow Maine will get.

Based on Tuesday’s forecast, heavy snow adding up to a few feet and blizzard conditions are possible for parts of the state.

The heaviest snow and strongest winds should be felt across eastern parts of Maine.

It’s a track sensitive storm. Be sure to stay tuned in the coming days for updates.

Another arctic blast is also headed this way over the weekend.

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