Sunny will feature a few more clouds and temps will be a bit cooler, only warming into the upper 20s to upper 30s, a few 40s a possible across southern Maine.
We’ll see variably cloudy skies for our Wednesday with snow showers possible especially areas north and east of Bangor where an inch or two of accumulation will be possible too.
We’ll see variably cloudy skies for our Tuesday with highs warming into the upper 30s to mid-40s.
Our Monday day will start off chilly but by the afternoon our highs will warm into the mid 30s to mid 40s under mostly sunny skies.
Sunday will be sunny and dry for most, a storm system is moving off the mid-Atlantic coast and it could clip coastal Maine.
This weekend looks great to get outside and enjoy the snow; sunshine on Saturday will result in highs into the 30s, still below average but a bit warmer than this past week.
We’ll see some occasional light snow and wintry mix this morning as a warm front approaches the state.
Another cold & quiet night setting up this evening, but the winds will relax, making all the difference. Under clear skies expect overnight lows to fall to 8 below zero to just 4 above with winds between 6-11 mph out of the northwest.
Sunday will feature a very small warming trend but temps still below average, with highs in the teens to mid 20s.
Temps won’t be warming much to start the weekend, despite sunny skies our highs will only warm into the single digits and upper teens.
The greater Bangor convention and visitors bureau is one again honoring community members…..
Heading back to school and work this morning, make sure to grab a jacket and your sunglasses.
With melting snow plus the heavy rain, the National Weather Service has issued a Flood watch until Sunday evening.
Happy Friday everyone!
Our Monday will feature partly to mostly sunny skies and highs closer to average for this time of year, in the upper 20s to mid-30s.
A mild night is going to give a good jumping off point heading into Sunday.
Snow is slowly working northward this evening, expected to completely engulf Maine by later this evening.
Sunday will start off quiet under mostly cloudy skies with a few possible light snow showers early, however during the late afternoon hours we will be watch heavier snow start to build north into Maine.
We’ll see partly to mostly sunny conditions for our Monday.
Super Bowl Sunday is looking to feature more clouds and a chance for a few snow showers.