From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
High pressure will bring sunny and warm weather to all of New England the next several days.
From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
High pressure is forecast to build into New England over the next 24 hours, cresting the area during the day Saturday then moving to our south and east Sunday and Monday.
High pressure building into the area will produce mostly sunny skies statewide today.
Low pressure will move along a stalled out cold front this morning and off to our east this afternoon.
A cold front will continue to slowly drift south through Maine early today.
A cold front will slowly move into the state today bringing us scattered showers and possibly a few thunderstorms throughout the day.
A cold front will move in from the north and west today bringing some periods of steady to heavy rain to the forecast area throughout the day.
A cold front located to our north and west will continue to approach the state this afternoon bringing us some clouds and the chance for some showers and thunderstorms as well.
The ridge of high pressure that brought the sunny and pleasant weather to Maine today will slowly drift off to the southeast of New England today.
We’ll see lots of sunshine today with highs in the 70s to around 80 as a high pressure system moves to the southeast of our region.
We’re seeing some clouds and showers around due to another upper level disturbance.
It’s finally summer!
The upper level low and its associated pool of cold air aloft that moved southeast across Maine Friday and caused a good deal of fair weather clouds to pop-up continues to slide off to our east.
The upper level low and its associated pool of cold air aloft that moved southeast across Maine today and caused a good deal of fair weather clouds to pop-up will slide off to our east tonight.
Summer starts tomorrow at 6:51 am!
The combination of strong high pressure centered near Hudson Bay and a storm system located near southern Newfoundland combined to bring a gusty northwest breeze to Maine today.
It’ll be a pretty easy rest of the week and weekend in the weather office.
The storm that brought the showers and thundershowers to our region last night and earlier today has moved northeast into the Canadian Maritimes.