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Maine Braces for Heavy Snow and Strong Winds

Maine residents are being advised to prepare for heavy snowfall and gusty winds as a low-pressure system makes its way up the coast from the Carolinas.

The storm is expected to bring heavy, wet snow that will impact the state from Monday evening until Wednesday.

The snowfall will be especially heavy in lower elevations and along the coastline, where wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour are predicted.

The storm is likely to cause power outages, as the combination of heavy snow and strong winds could lead to falling tree limbs.

Northern Maine will likely see less snow, while areas in the foothills could see 10 or more inches of accumulation.

Residents are advised to prepare by moving any existing snow and making sure they have supplies on hand.

The storm is expected to subside on Wednesday, with a possible break in the weather on Thursday before another system moves in on Friday.

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