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urgent - winter weather message
national weather service caribou me
612 pm est fri feb 22 2019

...a winter storm to affect the region sunday into monday...

.snow will develop across the area sunday morning and will
continue into monday morning. the snow may mix with sleet at times
sunday afternoon into sunday evening from millinocket south. 
strong northwest wind monday will likely produce significant 
blowing and drifting snow. very poor visibility  is expected at 
times sunday into monday in the falling snow, and in areas of 
blowing snow monday. 

northwest aroostook-northeast aroostook-northern somerset-
northern piscataquis-northern penobscot-southeast aroostook-
central piscataquis-central penobscot-southern piscataquis-
northern washington-
including the cities of allagash, clayton lake, madawaska, 
fort kent, frenchville, presque isle, caribou, van buren, 
mars hill, baker lake, billy-jack depot, baxter st park, 
chamberlain lake, churchill dam, mount katahdin, millinocket, 
east millinocket, patten, medway, houlton, hodgdon, sherman, 
smyrna mills, greenville, monson, blanchard, lincoln, howland, 
springfield, dover-foxcroft, milo, guilford, danforth, vanceboro,
and topsfield
612 pm est fri feb 22 2019

...winter storm watch remains in effect from sunday morning
through monday morning...

* what...heavy snow and sleet possible. total snow and sleet
  accumulations of 6 to 12 inches possible, with the highest
  snowfall totals from baxter state park north to the saint john
  valley. blowing and drifting snow likely monday.  

* where...portions of central highlands, far eastern, far 
  northern, north woods and penobscot valley maine.

* when...from sunday morning through monday morning.

* additional details...travel could be very difficult.

precautionary/preparedness actions...

a winter storm watch means there is potential for significant
snow, sleet or ice accumulations that may impact travel. continue
to monitor the latest forecasts.



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