From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
The temperatures across our region will remain well below normal during the last two days of February and the first several days of March. A small and moisture starved storm currently crossing southern Quebec will drag a cold front across our Maine this evening. The front will continue to produce scattered snow showers through the evening hours, but the dry airmass currently over New England will limited any accumulation tonight to an inch or less. Once again temps tonight will fall below zero across most of our region as skies begin to clear out late.
High pressure will briefly bring partial sunshine to Maine tomorrow morning as it crosses New England. As the high moves offshore clouds ahead of the next moisture staved storm system will move into our area later in the morning and afternoon. The next small storm and cold front to cross our region later tomorrow will be a bit more energetic aloft and that will bring a better chance of seeing a brief heavier snow squall across parts of Maine later in the afternoon and evening. Temps tomorrow will once again run well below normal as highs hold in the teens north and low to mid 20s south.
High pressure will bring bright, breezy and cold weather to Maine Friday and once again high temps will range from the teens north to low 20s south. A slightly stronger storm will enter the Northeast later Saturday and will likely bring a somewhat steadier band of light snow to our area later in the day into early Sunday morning. Approaching high pressure will produce fair and cold weather across the Northeast later Sunday. Another storm will ride northeast along a stalled front near the Southern New England Coastline early next week, but at this point in time it is too difficult to tell if the storm will move close enough to Maine to produce some snow in our region.
Tonight: Scattered evening snow showers then partial clearing late, with low temps in the range of -10 to +5.
Thursday: More clouds than sun, with a period of snow showers and snow squalls likely later in the afternoon and evening, with high temps in the mid teens to low 20s.
Friday: More sun than clouds, breezy and cold, with high temps in the teens to very low 20s.
Saturday: Becoming mostly cloudy, with light snow likely later in the day and high temps in the mid teens to mid 20s.
Sunday: Any light snow ending, then partly cloudy and cold, with high temps in the mid teens to mid 20s.
Monday: Becoming mostly cloudy, with light snow possibly developing later in the day and high temps in the mid teens to mid 20s.
WABI-TV5 & CW Meteorologist