Fast-moving storm expected to dump up to a foot of snow across Maine

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning in advance of a storm expected to dump between six inches and a foot of snow on most of Maine on Wednesday.

Snowfall predictions range from 8 to 11 inches in coastal York County in the southeast to 7 to 10 inches as far north as Van Buren in Aroostook County. The snow is expected to arrive around mid-morning Wednesday and to cease during the pre-dawn hours Thursday morning.

A slightly smaller range of snowfall has been predicted for the Bangor area and for interior Hancock and Washington counties, where 6 to 9 inches has been forecast.

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