The National Weather Service in Caribou and local TV meteorologists are predicting snow for Thursday, but no one has gone out on the limb, yet, to give snowfall totals. That's why I reached out to amateur meteorologist Frankie MacDonald on Monday night, to get his take on the upcoming storm!
We told you it was going to be cold through the end of the year, but it's going to feel colder! In fact the National Weather Service in Caribou has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for Greater Bangor and Downeast Maine from 10PM Wednesday December 27th through 11AM Thursday December 28th
I know it's probably the last thing you want to do after shoveling or snow blowing anywhere from 8 inches to over a foot of snow on Christmas Day and this morning, but did you remember to clean out the area around your dryer vent?
It's A Good Thing Rudolph Is Going to Be Leading Santa's Sleigh! A Winter Storm Warning Is In Effect With 5 to 8 Inches Expected for Coastal Hancock and Washington Counties and 8 to 11 Inches For Greater Bangor