Central and Southern Maine Weather



Yesterday's rain is long gone and now we get back to some gorgeous weather today.  Bring along a jacket this morning but by this afternoon you can likely leave the jacket off.   Sunshine, light winds, and upper 60's will be feeling pretty good. 

A cold front will travel through tomorrow perhaps touching off a brief shower or sprinkle in the mountains.  Otherwise the front will pass through with just a few passing clouds.  We get another day in the 60's before some much cooler air filters in for tomorrow night and Friday.


Friday morning will be the coldest morning we've seen since May and frost will be likely for many with freeze conditions in the north and mountains.  20's in the mountains will likely put an end to the growing season. Low to mid 30's will be common elsewhere leading to frost so if there are plants you want to save you'll want to either bring them in or cover them up before sunset tomorrow.  The exception will be the immediate coastline where temps should stay in the upper 30's. 


The upcoming weekend will then feature a bit of a warm up with 70's making a comeback on Sunday.  There may be a shower both Saturday and Sunday night otherwise we'll see a mix of sun and clouds both days.


Meteorologist Craig Miller




TODAY: Any morning fog burns off to sunshine.  Pleasant.  Highs 65 to 70.  Light SW winds turn south this afternoon.  

TONIGHT:  Skies become partly cloudy.  Lows 43 to 48.  SW winds around 5 mph.

THURSDAY: Mix of sunshine and clouds.  Chance for a brief shower or sprinkle in the mountains.  Breezy.  Highs 63 to 68, warmest along the coast.  50's in the mountains. 


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