From the WABI-TV5 & CW Forecast Center:
Skies will become partly to mostly sunny today as high pressure approaches our area from the northwest.
The combination of a weak disturbance aloft and a cold front slipping south through Maine later tonight will cause light snow and mixed precipitation to continue across much of Maine this evening.
From the TV 5 Forecast Center:
A warm front moving into the state will bring us some periods of light snow this afternoon.
High pressure will slide off to our southeast this morning and a developing southwest breeze on the backside of the high will allow a somewhat milder airmass to move up into our region.
High pressure will move through the area today giving us a sunny but chilly day.
The calendar may say its late March, but it will feel more like mid winter today as a fresh arctic airmass spills into New England on a very blustery northwest breeze.
Low pressure dragged a cold front through the state this morning.
We’ll see variably cloudy skies for our Wednesday with snow showers possible especially areas north and east of Bangor where an inch or two of accumulation will be possible too.
We’ll see more clouds across the area today as a weak disturbance crosses the state.
We’ll see variably cloudy skies for our Tuesday with highs warming into the upper 30s to mid-40s.
A ridge of high pressure will slide through the area today giving us a beautiful start to the work week.
Our Monday day will start off chilly but by the afternoon our highs will warm into the mid 30s to mid 40s under mostly sunny skies.
Sunday will be sunny and dry for most, a storm system is moving off the mid-Atlantic coast and it could clip coastal Maine.
This weekend looks great to get outside and enjoy the snow; sunshine on Saturday will result in highs into the 30s, still below average but a bit warmer than this past week.
High pressure builds into the area today.
The storm that brought all the snow and wind to New England Tuesday continues to influence the weather across Maine as it very slowly moves north through eastern Canada.
Low pressure will continue to gradually move away from the region today.
The storm system that brought all the snow and wind to Maine Tuesday and Tuesday night continues to slowly weaken as it drifts north through eastern Canada.
Low pressure will remain over northern parts of the state through the day today.
The storm that brought us the snow and wind yesterday and last night will pull away from the area today.