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Snow, Mix & Rain Today

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:

 

Low pressure moving through Quebec today will bring us a combination of snow, mix and rain falling today, mostly during the morning hours. Southern and coastal Maine will see a quick coating to 2″ tonight and then a change to rain by daybreak but further inland the precipitation will remain snow for a longer period of time and thus from Augusta to Bangor on east towards Princeton a general 2 to 4″ will pile up before the change to rain. From Farmington to Dover-Foxcroft and Lincoln on north most towns will pick up between 4 and 8″ before the snow mixes with sleet and rain later today.

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Increasing Clouds Today, Snow, Mix & Rain Arriving Tonight

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

 

High pressure will slide east of our region today allowing clouds ahead of our next storm system to start moving into the state. We’ll start out with bright sunshine this morning but the sunshine is expected to fade behind increasing clouds as the day progresses. The daylight hours will remain dry so overall today looks like a good day just not as bright as the past few days. Temperatures will be a bit milder today with highs in the low to mid-30s this afternoon. Low pressure approaching from the Great Lakes tonight will push precipitation into the area especially near or after midnight. Precipitation will start as snow in most locations with snow and mix likely along the coast. Temperatures will range from the 20s to around 30° for nighttime lows.

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Sun to Increasing Clouds Today

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:

 

The ridge of arctic high pressure that produced the unseasonably cold weather across our region since Sunday will slip east into the Canadian Maritimes today. As the high moves east of our region today clouds will begin to move into New England from the west. The clouds will be associated with a storm riding east through the Great Lakes region. The storm will bring a period of precipitation to our region later tonight and Thursday morning. Precipitation will start out as snow all across the Pine Tree State tonight, but with the storm sliding up to the west of New England early Thursday a developing southerly breeze will cause the snow to mix with or change to rain over southern and coastal Maine Thursday morning, while it remains mostly snow across the far north. Snowfall later tonight and Thursday morning will range from an inch or two along the coastline to 2 to 5″ across the north.

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Sunny & Cold Today, More Clouds Arriving Wednesday

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

 

High pressure centered to our west/northwest will gradually slide through New England over the next 24-36 hours. This will keep our weather nice and quiet through Wednesday. Sunshine will prevail again today and temperatures are expected to be a bit milder with highs in the mid-20s to around 30°. Skies will remain clear for much of the night tonight with some high clouds possible over western and northwestern areas late. Nighttime temperatures will be in the single numbers to low teens for lows.

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Bright & Cold Today

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:

 

High pressure will continue to bring colder than average temps to Maine today through Wednesday as the high slowly drifts east across southeastern Canada. Temps will slowly modify the next couple of days, but still run several degrees below average today and near average Wednesday.

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Sunny & Cold Today, A Bit Milder Tuesday

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

 

High pressure centered to our west/northwest will gradually slide towards then through New England over the next few days. This will keep our weather nice and quiet through Wednesday. We’ll see a chance for some light snow and mixed precipitation Wednesday night into Thursday. Temperatures will be very cold for the start of the week but warm a bit as the week progresses.

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Cold & Sunny Start to the Week, Chance for Snow Late Wednesday

Jessica Conley

Updated 1 month ago

It’ll stay cold for our Monday and as a result of high pressure moving closer to our area we’ll have fairly bright days to start the week. Tuesday things start to warm up to closer to seasonable temperatures, in the upper 20s and lower 30s. It should be sunny all day Tuesday. Wednesday will start out with some sun, then clouds will move in during the afternoon, and during the overnight hours it looks like some light precipitation will be at our doorstep. We could see a bit of snow accumulation overnight, especially along the coast. Things will change to rain during the day on Thursday with mild temperatures in place. Friday’s temps will be close to our normal highs as the low pressure system exits the region.

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Much Colder Today with Sun

Jessica Conley

Updated 1 month ago

The second half of the weekend will be much colder. The flow around the high pressure system to our west will help to filter in some colder air. It’ll stay cold for Monday and as a result of the high moving closer to our area we’ll have fairly bright days. Tuesday things start to warm up to a bit more seasonable temperatures, in the upper 20s and lower 30s. It should be sunny all day Tuesday. Wednesday will start out with some sun, then clouds will move in during the afternoon, and by evening it looks like some light precipitation will be at our doorstep.

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Colder Temps & Sun on the Way

Jessica Conley

Updated 1 month ago

It looks like another fairly quiet week weather wise, with some cold days before the next chance for some precipitation.

 

We’ll see a few clouds overnight with a few lingering rain or snow showers possible. The second half of the weekend will be much colder. The flow around the high pressure system to our west will help to filter in some colder air. It’ll stay cold for Monday and as a result of the high moving closer to our area we’ll have fairly bright days. Tuesday things start to warm up to a bit more seasonable temperatures, in the upper 20s and lower 30s. It should be sunny all day Tuesday. Wednesday will start out with some sun, then clouds will move in during the afternoon, and by evening it looks like some light precipitation will be at our doorstep.

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Mild, with Scattered Rain & Snow Showers Saturday

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:

 

The combination of high pressure to our east and a storm crossing southeastern Canada will bring a southwest breeze into our region today. The southwest breeze will bring both a milder airmass and some moisture into New England for the first part of the weekend. The storm sliding east through southeastern Canada will pull a warm front across Maine early Saturday, which will be followed by the storms trailing cold front later in the afternoon and evening. The two fronts will produce periods of light precipitation across our region much of the daylight hours on Saturday, with the steadiest precipitation falling across the northern parts of Maine. Southern and central Maine will see snow showers change to light rain showers Saturday as the temps climb to near 40 degrees later in the day, while northern parts of the state see the bulk of the precipitation fall as wet snow, with 1 to 3” accumulating from the Greenville and Millinocket regions on north.

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Milder, with Scattered Snow & Rain Showers Saturday

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:

The combination of high pressure to our east and a storm crossing southeastern Canada will bring a southwest breeze into our region Saturday. The southwest breeze will bring both a milder airmass and some moisture into New England for the first part of the weekend. The storm sliding east through southeastern Canada will pull a warm front across Maine tonight and early Saturday, which will be followed by the storms trailing cold front later in the afternoon and evening. The two fronts will produce periods of light precipitation across our region later tonight and much of the daylight hours on Saturday, with the steadiest precipitation falling across the northern parts of Maine. Southern and central Maine will see snow showers change to light rain showers Saturday as the temps climb to near 40 degrees later in the day, while northern parts of the state see the bulk of the precipitation fall as wet snow, with 1 to 3” accumulating from the Greenville and Millinocket regions on north.

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Sun to Increasing Clouds & Cold Today, Light Snow & Mix Possible Saturday

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

We’ll continue to see mostly sunny skies early this afternoon followed by increasing clouds mid-late afternoon as a weak area of low pressure approaches the region. We may see a few snow showers move into northern and northwestern parts of the state this afternoon otherwise most areas will be dry for the daylight hours. Temperatures will be a bit warmer today with highs climbing into the 20s to around 30°. Low pressure will continue to push towards the state tonight bringing us some scattered snow showers and even some steadier light snow. The steadier snow will fall mainly from Greenville to Millinocket northward with light accumulations of 1”-3” possible, the highest accumulations will fall over Aroostook county. Temperatures will hold steady in the 20s to near 30° tonight then gradually climb into the mid-20s to low 30s.

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Sunny Start Today, Snow Showers Tonight

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:

 

High pressure will briefly build into New England this morning before slipping off to our east later in the afternoon. The high will bring a good deal of sunshine to our region early today but clouds will increase across Maine later in the day as the high moves to our east and a warm front associated with a small clipper type storm slides east in our direction. The warm front will bring scattered snow showers to Maine later this afternoon and night, with the bulk of the snow showers falling across the northern parts of the state. Snowfall associated with the warm front will be light with generally an inch or less expected except across the far north where 1 to 3″ might pile up. Temps todaywill run several degrees below normal as highs hold in the 20s to near freezing.

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Snow Tapering Off, Still Windy & Cold This Afternoon, Sunshine Returns Friday

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

 

Snow will continue to gradually wind down from west to east across the state this afternoon. Any additional accumulation will be very light with just 1″-2″ possible. Temperatures will hold steady this afternoon with readings mainly in the teens. North/northwest winds will remain gusty, making it feel much colder. Wind chills this afternoon will feel more like it’s near or below 0° at times. The gusty winds will also cause areas of blowing and drifting snow which in turn will reduce visibilities in some locales so use plenty of caution on the roads today. Lingering snow showers will wind down early tonight followed by clearing skies. It’ll be a frigid night with low temperatures expected to bottom out in the low to mid-single numbers below 0° north and near or a little above zero elsewhere.

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Major Winter Storm Tonight into Tomorrow

Chris Ewing

Updated 1 month ago

 

A rapidly intensifying storm moving though the Ohio River Valley today, through Southern New England later tonight, and into the Gulf of Maine tomorrow morning will bring us a variety of precipitation forms along with strong gusty winds. As we go into the rest of this evening we’ll see periods of moderate to heavy snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain. Rain and freezing rain along the coast will finally change to snow late tonight but accumulations will be on the lower side because the majority of the precipitation will fall before the changeover occurs. Temps fall into the teens tonight and we could even see some single digits in far northern locations. It will become windy as well with blowing and drifting of snow likely. Needless to say, travel will continue to be dangerous tonight and into the early morning hours tomorrow.

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Major Winter Storm Arrives Today, Heaviest Snow North

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

 

Areas of snow (away from the coast) and mixed precipitation/rain (along the coast) will continue to spread across the state this afternoon becoming steadier and heavier as the afternoon progresses. Temperatures will top off in the 30s to near 40° initially today then fall into the mid-20s to mid-30s from north to south across the state this afternoon. Snow will continue especially from Dover-Foxcroft to Lincoln northward tonight while a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain falls over the rest of the state as low pressure moves through the Gulf of Maine and pushes some slightly warmer air into coastal and inland locales. Plain rain is likely along the immediate coastline and outer islands for a time tonight too. Precipitation will be heavy at times tonight. As the storm moves by to our south tonight, much colder air will begin to filter into the state causing any mix and rain to gradually change back to snow after midnight from west to east across the state. Nighttime temperatures will bottom out in the single numbers to low and mid-teens from north to south. Northerly winds will be strong tonight too so expect areas of blowing and drifting snow.

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Major Winter Storm on the Way

Jessica Conley

Updated 1 month ago

Winter Storm Warnings have now been issued for the entire state with the exception of the immediate coast in Southern Maine for Wednesday afternoon into Thursday night.

 

We’ll start the day tomorrow with partly sunny skies before clouds increase again by late Wednesday morning ahead of the storm.

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Brightening Skies & Milder Today, Snow & Mix Developing Wednesday

Todd Simcox

Updated 1 month ago

From the TV 5 Forecast Center:

 

Skies will brighten up this afternoon as low pressure moves away from the state. Temperatures will be milder today with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s so any snow that you have received last night and this morning will likely melt away.

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Snow Tapers Off This Morning, Major Storm Wednesday into Thursday

Jessica Conley

Updated 1 month ago

We’ll see some light snow/mix to start the day today. We might pick up an inch or two in spots so roads could be slick for the morning commute. Highs today will be quite mild, in the upper 30s and low 40s so any accumulation will likely melt away during the day. Skies briefly clear this afternoon and evening before clouds increase again by late Wednesday morning ahead of the next big storm.

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Light Snow Tonight, Major Storm Wednesday – Thursday

Jessica Conley

Updated 1 month ago

Winter Storm Watches have now been issued for the entire state with the exception of the immediate coast in Southern Maine for Wednesday afternoon into Thursday night.

 

We’ll see some light snow/mix overnight tonight (mostly starting after midnight) and into early tomorrow. We might pick up an inch or two by late tomorrow morning so roads could be slick for the morning commute. Highs tomorrow will be quite mild, in the upper 30s and low 40s after the passage of a warm front. Skies briefly clear tomorrow afternoon and evening before clouds increase again by late Wednesday morning ahead of the next big storm.

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