Looks like most areas in Maine will get around an inch or more with a storm headed our way Wednesday night into Thursday.

Thankfully, that inch or more won't be snow.

According to meteorologist Ryan Breton from News Center Maine, nor'easters don't always mean snow.

"They're called nor'easters because of the northeast winds that accompany them, and some of our strongest ones have been rainstorms."

Phew. But, we're still in store for a strong one with gusty winds and driving rain. That'll probably put a ton of leaves on the ground.

Not gonna be able to blow off raking next weekend. Dammit.

Here are the rainfall totals predicted by the National Weather Service in Gray.