From our friends at Piscataquis EMA. Just in case you didn't hear the winds howling, here is some more information for the rest of the day.
Subject: High Wind Warning in the North + Wind Advisory Downeast and Coast
Update: High Wind Watch has been replaced with a High Wind Warning in the north, and a Wind Advisory has been issued for coastal and interior Downeast.
Overview: Strong west winds are expected to develop early Tuesday morning and continue into Tuesday afternoon.
Confidence: Highest confidence in seeing the strongest winds is across the higher terrain of far northern Maine.
Impacts: Numerous downed tree limbs and power outages will be likely across the north in the Warning area, with scattered power outages in the Advisory region. Unsecured objects will be blown around.
Wind: West winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts of 50 to 60 mph, especially across the higher terrain, north of a Houlton to Greenville line. Elsewhere, across the Upper Penobscot Valley, the greater Bangor region, and Downeast Maine, expect west winds of 15 to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 45 mph at times.