Winter hasn't even *technically* arrived, but Mother Nature has already begun throwing haymakers of snow at Vacationland. That includes Tuesday, where a large portion of southern Maine is set to get walloped with up to 8 inches of snow, complicating commutes on a short holiday week.

Shared on Twitter by Todd Gutner, southern Maine appears to be in the bullseye for this impending storm with a large portion of the rest of the state still in line to see between 3-6 inches over the course of the entire day. In a ironic twist, this is the first significant snowstorm where northern Maine is pardoned by the weather gods.

Snow is expected to begin overnight Monday and continue throughout the day Tuesday. The commute to work could be quite messy and the commute home could be downright treacherous. School closings and delays are very much possible for tomorrow.

Be careful on the road, and be smart in your travels tomorrow. However, we can all give thanks that the remainder of the week, including Thanksgiving and Black Friday, appear to be free and clear of any precipitation.