Central and Southern Maine Weather



Some low clouds will try to sneak into the area late tonight into Thursday. The trade off on Thanksgiving will be more clouds but milder temperatures.  Most should experience afternoon highs around 50.  Brighter skies will arrive on Friday and temperatures will remain well above normal. In fact, highs will make a run at the mid to upper 50s for most communities. Don’t get too comfortable though. A strong cold front will be the focus for some rain showers late Friday night into early Saturday morning.  Some inland towns may experience some wet snowflakes as the front moves east.  The trend will be for improvement on Saturday with skies become brighter and temperatures becoming cooler. Afternoon temperatures will be in the 40s for most communities.  The second half of the weekend will bring more sunshine and seasonable temperatures. Cooler temps will arrive early next week.  Our next weather maker will bring some rain late Tuesday into Wednesday morning. 


Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist



WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds.  Lows will range from 20s inland to near 30 at the coast.   Light S winds.

THURSDAY:  More clouds than sun.  Milder with highs around 50.  S winds 5-10 mph.

THURSDAY NIGHT:  Partly cloudy with areas of fog. Lows in the 30s.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny and mild. Highs 53 to 58.


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