Forecast: Snow Could Impact Thanksgiving Day Travel in Maine
The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for much of northern and Downeast Maine as some snow and rain heads into the region on Wednesday night into Thanksgiving on Thursday.
Northern areas of the state could get between two inches and six inches of snow overnight Wednesday, Nov. 27 and into Thursday, Nov. 28.
Bangor has only a slight chance of getting more than two inches of snow, according to the latest forecast.
Weather watchers suggest that those who have travel plans in the area complete them early on Wednesday to avoid the storm.
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