An arctic cold front will cross the region Thursday night, Feb. 2, and drive temperatures steadily downward through Saturday morning. The bitter cold combined with gusty winds will likely lead to widespread dangerously cold wind chills beginning as early as Thursday night in the mountains and Friday afternoon to the south. The exact timing
WICKED WEATHER: @CharlieWGME says much of Maine will see a fresh coating of snow tonight.
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) January 30, 2023
Arctic air + brisk winds = dangerously cold wind chills later this week. This increases the risk of hypothermia and frostbite. Find a list of warming centers here: https://t.co/0TI9rG117E pic.twitter.com/XDXP7GTIUc
— Maine CDC (@MEPublicHealth) February 1, 2023
Police are warning Mainers to keep your pets safe in the cold weather. Temps will be in the single digits by Friday afternoon. Wind chill values will dip to -30 to -50 by Saturday morning. https://t.co/7ws9dxPKW4
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) February 1, 2023