According to WMTW's Ted McInerney, Monday afternoon's storm could lead to power outages across parts of Maine.

While Monday will start out calm, the rain will roll into the state by early afternoon.  The rain could be heavy, at times.

Additionally, the storm could cause high and gusty winds across Central Maine and the mid-coast region.  The Augusta-area, for example, could see 50 to 60 mile-per-hour gusts.

Wind will remain steady Tuesday morning, with showers. We'll see much milder weather on Tuesday afternoon, with highs in the mid-50s.

Be aware that these high winds could lead to power outages, so please be prepared.  Make sure your generator is ready to roll, charge your phones and tablets, and make sure you batteries in your flashlights.


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