An area of low pressure will approach our region on Wednesday dragging a warm front our way. Out ahead of the front snow will break out across New Hampshire and in York County early in the morning and then spread northward reaching Lewiston around noon and Augusta a few hours later. Strong easterly winds are going to try and change the snow over to rain along and near the coast and even over the interior we could see the snow mixing with rain at times. With temperatures in the 30s look for a wet and heavy snowfall which could lead to downed tree limbs and possible power outages. Snowfall totals are going to range from 1-3 inches right on the coast to 12-14 inches in the mountains before the precipitation starts to wind down on Thursday. The storm system will slowly move east of us on Friday with lingering rain or snow showers possible and by Saturday we stand a chance of seeing a few breaks in the clouds. Wouldn't that be nice.