Central and Southern Maine Weather


SOME SHOWERS BUT FAR FROM A WASHOUT

Low pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere will remain in control of our weather in the coming days.   A cold pool of air aloft will promote the development of daytime clouds and showers each day into early next week.  Not one day will be a washout though. Showers will develop during the afternoon on Saturday with our brightest skies likely during the morning hours.  Some mountain communities may experience a period of light snow.  Any leftover shower activity will end Saturday night.   Sunday will showcase the chance for a shower as well but the risk is less than Saturday’s.  I don’t anticipate any sun on Monday with more showers developing.  The weather pattern should remain unsettled into Tuesday followed by brighter and milder temperatures Wednesday and Thursday. 

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist

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SATURDAY:  Sun to start.  More clouds with showers during the afternoon.  Highs 50 to 57. NW around 10 mph.

SATURDAY  NIGHT: Any left over showers end followed by clearing. Lows in the 30s.

SUNDAY: Sun and clouds with the chance for a shower.  Highs 51 to 58. 

 

 

 

 

 



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