MAINE, Maine — Happy Thanksgiving. Some are waking up to no power after last night's storms. 

Thursday, low pressure is swirling through the Gulf of Maine, drawing in cold air and dropping snow over Maine. It won't last much longer, tapering off later this morning, but additional minor snow accumulations are likely. Please drive safely today.

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Here's a look at today's timeline.

Morning:

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Midday:

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Evening:

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The jetstream is very active right now, this sends storm after storm across the country. The next storm will work east from the Great Lakes late Sunday. An amplified pattern will slow this storm down and blow it up, Nor'easter style. 

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The track of the storm isn't locked in yet. Whether it comes right up the coast and nails us or pivots around northern New England is still in question. But this has potential to be a high impact two day storm with wind, snow and beach erosion.

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Keep checking back for updates through the weekend. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend.

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