Weather Forecast

Our next round of snow will arrive Tuesday night and end before daybreak Wednesday.  While not a big storm many towns will pick up 3-5" of snow.  Milder temperatures will make an appearance on Wednesday.

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Central and Southern Maine Weather


Tonight’s snowfall will not be a major snow event, but enough to bring out the plows and shovels Snow should accumulate to 3-5” for most of the region and will likely end around 2AM for most of the area.  The heaviest bands of snow will likely be moving through the area around 10PM.  Wednesday will showcase mostly cloudy skies with sunny breaks developing.  The big story mid-week will be highs warming into the low 40s for the first time since mid-January.   Don’t get too comfortable though.  Our next round of colder temperatures will arrive late week.   Highs will struggle to get out of the 20s again followed by 30s returning over the weekend. 

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist



TONIGHT:  Snow ending before daybreak.  Temperatures holding steady in the 20s and then rising a few degrees into the low 30s by early morning.  S winds 10 to 20 mph.

WEDNESDAY:  More clouds than sun. Milder with highs in the low 40s.  W winds 10 to 15 m ph.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  Cloudy with lows around 20.

THURSDAY: Mainly cloudy. Colder with highs in the 20s.


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