Light snow showers that fell early Monday morning have changed to a wintry mix and light rain. The light ice accumulations have been factors in some travel difficulties around the state.

Temperatures will steadily increase above freezing and change precipitation to rain.

A cold front is expected to bring snow showers late tonight, mainly in the mountains. Also in the forecast are wind gusts from 30 mph to 40 mph. Gusts up to 50 mph along Midcoast are possible.

Along the coast of Maine, high astronomical tides through mid-week will pose a risk for minor coastal flooding.

Another system passes to the south Wednesday that could produce light accumulating snow near the coast.

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