Ol' man winter isn't done with us just yet. Parts of Maine could see significant snowfall from the next storm.

The next Nor'easter to impact Maine could pile up over a foot of snow in parts of the state, according to WGME-TV. It's still early to determine exact snowfall totals, but early predictions suggest heavy snow and blizzard conditions in parts of the state.

According to the National Weather Service in Caribou, the storm will work its way into the state Wednesday afternoon through Thursday night. The Bangor region is currently under a hazardous weather outlook.

Accompanying the heavy snowfall, strong winds could gust to 30 m.p.h. to 40 m.p.h. at times.

We'll update the forecast as more information becomes available.