Power outages are expected for the latest storm to hit central Maine, with he most impactful time expected to be between 8pm tonight, Jan. 9 through 10am Wednesday.

All State Offices will have a delayed opening tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 10, until 12 noon due to the impending storm.

A Winter Storm Warning has been issued from the National Weather Service with heavy snow and mixed precipitation expected. Total snow and sleet accumulations between 6 and 10 inches, with greater than a foot possible across the higher terrain. Winds gusting as high as 50 mph after snow has fallen.

From MEMA:

Maine Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) encourages everyone to monitor the forecast for the next few days as a multi-layered storm system moves into Maine. The National Weather Service in Gray reports heavy rain combined with snowmelt, frozen ground, and snow-clogged drains will cause urban and small stream flooding. Minor river flooding may also occur, especially south of the mountains. Damaging winds of 40-65 mph are possible, with the highest gusts along the coast and the Western Maine Mountains. Power outages are likely. Minor to moderate coastal flooding is possible during the Wednesday morning high tide. Significant beach erosion and splashover is also probable.

For the latest on any storms go to: True Country 93.5 Storm Watch

Check on CMP power outages HERE!

For timely safety and preparedness information, find MEMA at Maine.gov/MEMA.

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