Central and Southern Maine Weather


SOME WET WEATHER BUT NOT A WASHOUT


A warm front positioned to our south today and it will be the focus for some rain and shower activity through the first part of the weekend.  Skies look mainly cloudy Saturday with the greatest risk for showers and rain over southern and coastal Maine and New Hampshire. That threat is greatest during the morning horus.  A steadier rain is likely for our neighbors to the south in Southern New England. The afternoon should showcase many dry hours with only the chance for a shower.  It appears Sunday will feature some improvement will at least brighter skies. I can’t rule out a few showers but that threat is greatest over the hills and mountains.  Temperatures look a tad warmer early next week and we’ll also reintroduce the chance for thunderstorms into the area. Overall the weather patter looks somewhat unsettled but many dry hours for outdoor activities should be expected.  Enjoy!

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist

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SATURDAY:  Mostly cloudy with the chance for showers. A steady period of rain is possible south and coast during the morning.  Highs in the 70s.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Mainly cloudy with the chance for showers.  Lows in the 50s.

SUNDAY: Becoming partly sunny. Chance for a shower (Esp hills and mountains) Highs will range from 70s at the coast to around 80 inland.



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