Mainers are used to hearing about Nor'easters bearing down on the state, only to be underwhelmed by the amount of snow that eventually falls. Of course, they've also been surprised by spring storms that change track and end up dumping lots of the white stuff.

While some weather watchers are calling for a blizzard on Monday, others are taking a wait-and-see approach. On Saturday, the National Weather Service issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for eastern Maine, but still left a lot of wiggle room for the amount of snow the state is likely to see depending on the track of the incoming storm.

At this point, the best chance of snow is for Downeast Maine, with lesser amounts expected across far northwest areas, according to the updated forecast.

Check the maps above for the "most likely" and "maximum" amounts expected from the storm.

We'll keep you updated on the forecast as more information becomes available.