Central and Southern Maine Weather


Today will begin with plenty of sun and continued cool temperatures.  Afternoon highs will make a run at 40 degrees with increasing clouds.  Our next weather maker will bring a period of rain Tuesday evening into Tuesday night.  The main item of concern will be the potential for a period of freezing rain in the mountain valleys (mainly north of Rt 2).  Ground level temperatures may be cold enough for a period of slippery travel in those areas.   Wednesday is looking cloudy with some showers. There should be plenty of dry hours though with highs warming into the low to mid 40s.  A second area of low pressure will track along the front providing a period of wet weather early Thursday. Some inland and mountain towns may be cold enough for a period of snow. The potential exists for a plowable  snow in the mountains Thursday.  Our weather pattern will become quiet and temperatures look seasonable late week and headed into the weekend.

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist


TUESDAY:  Sun to start followed by increasing clouds.  Rain arrives around sunset.  Some mountain locations may experience a period of freezing rain at the onset. Highs 37 to 42.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Rain arrives.  Some freezing rain is possible in the mountains. Lows 28 to 37. 

WEDNESDAY:  Cloudy with the chance for rain showers and drizzle. Highs 40 to 48. 


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