For the most part, fall 2022 has been a mild one.  We kicked off November with a min-heatwave and we have not had a lot of really cold or really wild weather.

It looks like that may be about to change.

As we slowly descend into winter, we are starting to see more crazy weather.

According to the meteorology team at WMTW, we can expect some Nor'Easter-ish weather on Wednesday and Wednesday night.

The nasty weather will start on Tuesday night, with an icy drizzle falling across the state.  Depending on where you are, this could lead to a very slippery drive into work on Wednesday morning.  At the very least, it could lead to you needing to thaw out your car on Wednesday morning.

When it warms up, the ice will melt and the icy drizzle will turn into regular rain.  There is a good chance some parts of the state will see downpours throughout the afternoon and evening.

The real concern, however, is that the coast and parts of Central Maine will have to deal with gusty winds.  On the coast, we could see gusts of up to 60 miles per hour!  These winds could lead to power outages and other damage.

National Weather Service
National Weather Service

In areas that have frozen ground, there is a chance that we could see flooding.

So, make sure all your important devices are charged, allow extra time to get where you are going, and watch out for each other.

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