From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
High pressure will move through New England this afternoon giving us plenty of sunshine with slightly milder temperatures.
From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
Plan on another bright day today all across the Pine Tree State as a ridge of high pressure drifts across New England during the morning hours and the slips into the Gulf of Maine later in the afternoon.
High pressure will be centered just west of New England today, providing us with mostly sunny skies and a cooler airmass.
High pressure will build east and bring all of New England a bright, breezy and cool start to our workweek.
We’re starting our Sunday on the damp and dreary side as a cold front crosses the state.
High pressure will drift right across Northern New England today.
High pressure will drift right across Northern New England Saturday.
High pressure will dominate our forecast for the next 24-36 hours.
High pressure will build east from the Northern Great Lakes Region bringing fair and cool weather to our region today and Saturday.
Low pressure will continue to move across southern Quebec this afternoon and evening, dragging a cold front through the state later this afternoon and this evening.
On and off showers will fall today as a warm front lifts up through our region.
A bit cooler today than yesterday as a cold front moved through Maine last night.
A cold front will cross through Maine tonight, but with limited moisture across our area only a few lonely showers will likely fall across far northern parts of the state as the front settles off to our south.
Drier air is forecast to move into the state as the afternoon progresses which will allow clouds to give way to breaks of sunshine.
A cold front will cross through Maine later today and tonight, but with limited moisture across our area only a few scattered showers will likely fall with the passage of the front.
High pressure will slide to our east this afternoon.
Sunshine returns today as high pressure builds into the area but temperatures will remain cool with highs near 40° north and in the low to mid-40s elsewhere.
Don’t be surprised as you wake up early tomorrow morning if you see a few snowflakes mixing in with any rain showers tomorrow morning.
Expect a gray and wet day for our Saturday as low pressure moves through the state.
Scattered showers will taper off where they haven’t already this afternoon as a cold front moves to our east and drier air moves into the region behind the front.