NWS Changes Winter Storm Watch To Warning

CARIBOU -  The National Weather Service expects a winter storm traveling northeast to start dumping snow on Maine tomorrow morning, bringing up to 16 inches to some areas before it ends early Friday. 
 
The weather service has changed what was a winter storm watch to a winter storm warning, effective at 9 a.m. tomorrow, for parts of Penobscot, Hancock and Washington counties. 
 
Forecasters expect snow mixed with sleet as well as wind-blown snow that will make driving hazardous and could cause downed trees and loss of power. 
 
Northern and east central Maine will be under a winter storm warning beginning at 11 a.m. tomorrow, with some areas receiving up to 16 inches of snow and falling under whiteout conditions. 
 
Coastal Maine will be under a winter weather advisory tomorrow, with up to six inches of snow and a half-inch of sleet expected to fall before changing to rain tomorrow afternoon.
Clay Gordon

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Clay was hired by WVII/WFVX as a morning anchor for FOX BANGOR's 7AM News Hour and as reporter for the 6,10 & 11 o’clock news in July 2011.

He graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington where he received his B.A. in Journalism. Clay has worked at Fox National News in New York, WTIU in Indianapolis and the Big Ten Network.

In his free time, Clay is a firefighter for the Holden Fire/Rescue Department in Holden and is an avid hockey fan.

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