National Weather Service map

While record-breaking high temperatures are possible Tuesday, much cooler temperatures and a storm are expected later in the week.

The National Weather Service predicts clouds to become more widespread Wednesday and possibly lead to a few sprinkles or flurries across southern areas of Maine. Then a significant storm can develop overnight and result in plowable snow Thursday morning. Total snow accumulations in excess of 6 inches is possible in western Maine.

The storm could create hazardous conditions during Thursday’s morning or evening commute.

The storm is expected to end Thursday evening, according to NWS forecasts.

WGME forecasts predict a more robust snowfall Thursday. WGME map

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