From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
High pressure will continue to dominate our forecast giving us another beautiful day today.
Tonight clear skies will create the perfect condition to view the November super moon.
Sunday will be another gorgeous day across the pine tree state.
From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
The combination of an intensifying storm to our northeast and strong high pressure moving east into the Ohio River Valley will bring our region a strong and gusty northwest wind today.
A cold front will push to our south and east this afternoon bringing any lingering showers to an end.
A strong but somewhat moisture starved cold front will move southeast across Maine late tonight and tomorrow morning.
Our forecast for today will feature a mix of sun and clouds as a ridge of high pressure moves into the area and a warm front approaches from the west.
A weak cold front brought mostly cloudy skies and a few light scattered showers to Maine today.
Showers will return to our forecast today as a cold front crosses the state.
The ridge of high pressure that brought the sunny and unseasonably mild weather to Maine today will continue to drift off to our east tonight.
High pressure will provide us with a spectacular day today.
The ridge of high pressure that brought the sunny skies and light breeze to Maine today will continue to control the conditions across our area tonight and Election Day tomorrow.
Strong high pressure will build into the region today and dominate our forecast for today and Tuesday.
There are a few clouds out there this evening, but they will gradually clear out, giving a chance for our overnight lows to fall back into the low 20s to low 30s.
Sunday after any morning showers move on out everyone will see another partly sunny day with highs staying below average in the upper 30s to upper 40s.
A few upper level disturbances dropping south out of southeastern Canada will keep the skies across Maine partly to mostly cloudy both Saturday and Sunday.
***REMEMBER TO TURN BACK YOUR CLOCKS THIS SUNDAY AT 2AM.
The storm that has been producing the rain across our region today will move east through the Gulf of Maine tonight.
Low pressure is forecast to cross through central New England today then just off the Maine coast tonight.
Temps will remain rather mild tonight despite the fact that a weak cold front will slip south across Maine this evening.