A storm that's moving into northern New England is expected to dump heavy, wet snow across parts of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, raising the possibility of scattered power outages.

Inland areas of Maine and New Hampshire will see up to 10 inches of snow while many parts of the coast will get 4 to 5 inches before the storm wraps up Tuesday morning, said Hunter Tubbs, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine.

Up to 10 inches is also forecast for parts of the Green Mountains in southern Vermont.

The storm brought mix of precipitation with rain and light snow starting late Monday afternoon and was expected to strengthen overnight.

Heavy snow creates the potential for scattered power outages across the region, officials said.

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