From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
Skies will average partly to mostly cloudy today once the morning patchy fog burns off.
From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
An upper level trough and surface cold front will continue pushing towards the state this afternoon.
A cold front approaches the area today so we’ll be able to see a mix of sun and clouds to start before more showers and thunderstorms develop in the afternoon and evening.
Showers and thunderstorms that were moving across parts of Oxford, Franklin and Piscataquis Counties earlier this morning have weakened and moved into northern Penosbcot and eastern Aroostook counties as of lunchtime.
The work week starts out a little gray with partly to mostly cloudy skies around today as a trough of low pressure stays in the area.
Kind of a repeating forecast with the current weather pattern.
Skies today and tomorrow will feature a mixture of clouds and sun along with some scattered showers and storms as the weather pattern across our region will remain status quo.
A ridge of high pressure is in the area today and will bring mostly sunny skies.
A trough of low pressure associated with a pool of cool air aloft will continue to produce scattered showers and thundershowers across our region this evening.
We’ll have a mix of sun and clouds again today after the early morning fog lifts.
The overall weather pattern across the Northeastern United States and southeastern Canada will not change much tonight and tomorrow.
We’ll see a mix of sun and clouds today after some morning fog.
Skies turned partly sunny today as the storm and cold front that brought the showers and thunderstorms to Maine Sunday and Monday continued to move north and east of New England.
Skies will continue to brighten this afternoon as low pressure continues to move off to our north.
Somewhat drier air will gradually build into the Northeast today as the surface low continues to lift up into southeastern Canada.
The gray and gloomy weather for the remainder of the day.
Low pressure along with some energy aloft will swing northeast through New England today.
The ridge of high pressure that brought the bright and pleasant weather to New England the past few days continues to move east off the Mid-Atlantic Coastline.
A ridge of high pressure moving east across Southern New England will continue to control the conditions across Maine today as it slides eastward.