A strong storm system is passing to our west and will bring periods of heavy rain to the area through tonight, Nov. 30. The National Weather Service says minor urban and poor drainage flooding is possible.
There is a flood Watch for portions of south central Maine and west central Maine, including south central Maine, coastal Waldo, interior Waldo, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, southern Somerset, west central Maine and central Somerset. The Flood Watch continues through Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 1.
The areas shaded in light brown are under a WIND ADVISORY beginning this evening. Wind gusts up to 50-55 mph are possible in these areas.
TIMING: 4 PM – 4 AM
IMPACTS: Some tree damage, scattered power outages. pic.twitter.com/crV46bJ5qy
— Matt Hoenig (@MattWGME) November 30, 2020
Heavy rainfall of up to 2 to 3 inches is expected into Tuesday with localized rainfall approaching 4 inches over the immediate coast and in the higher terrain.
We have about 1000 employees and contractors prepared to respond – or to support those who respond- to any outages that the winds may bring tonight. Our top priority is safety. Read more here https://t.co/V0jclKTaFs pic.twitter.com/6fpXrDitjP
— Central Maine Power (@cmpco) November 30, 2020
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