Here we go again...

WMTW is reporting that more than 8,000 Central Maine Power customers are without power today, a little over a week after a powerful wind storm left approximately 500,000 customers without power. Meanwhile, Meteorologist Mallory Brooke says to expect and prepare for potentially record breaking cold weather, this weekend.

There could be wind gusts of up to 40 mph, which may knock down already weakened trees and limbs, and this could cause power outages, according to WMTW. Central Maine Power's crews are on standby, and the outages should not be as bad as the aftermath of October 30th, as per WMTW.