(NEWS CENTER) -- A nor'easter has made its way to Maine bringing strong winds, heavy rain and rough surf along the coast.
The storm will begin dying down by Friday, when there will be scattered showers.
Before the storm ends, it is expected to dump up to 5 inches of rain on the state.
Local power companies were reporting less than 2,000 customers without power in Maine early Thursday afternoon. Most of those outages were in York County. Up to five inches of rain have fallen in some areas.