PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- Snow numbers are trending low making clean-up a little bit easier for this Saturday's snowstorm.

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While the state prepares the roads, how prepared are you?

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Fewer inches of snow than initially expected has many of you relieved. Meteorologist Todd Gutner says: I've doubted the big numbers all along. While the storm hasn't happened yet, the trend is for less snow.

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Meteorologist Tom Johnston had a similar approach with this tweet Thursday evening:

Meteorologist Keith Carson says they've adjusted totals down by about 1-3" across southern Maine, due to a slight flattening of the track of the surface low; which brings a little less total moisture into the state.