Central and Southern Maine Weather



We'll have a cloudier end to our weekend with highs just in the low 30s today.  I can't rule out a snow shower or two tomorrow especially along the coast thanks to some ocean effect snow.   The weather looks quiet for the start of the week, then all eyes are on a storm headed our way for Christmas Eve.  It's still looking like we'll be on the warm side of this storm, so we'll be seeing mainly rain.  The rain or a rain/snow mix arrives Tuesday night and lasts right through Wednesday.  The heaviest rain will be Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night, we'll also see some strong, gusty winds.  We could see 2 to 4 inches of rain with this system so there is the potential for some flooding.  Keep the umbrella and jacket handy if you're headed anywhere for Christmas Eve and careful driving in the heavy rain!  Stay tuned for updates in the coming days. It’s looking like Christmas Day will show some improvement with any rain ending early, just the chance for showers after that.


Lexie O'Connor




SUNDAY:  Mainly cloudy with the chance for snow showers and flurries. Highs 30 to 36.


SUNDAY NIGHT:  Mostly cloudy. Lows in the low to mid 20s. Light winds.


MONDAY:  Partly cloudy, slight chance for rain/snow shower. Highs 33 to 38.



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