Central and Southern Maine Weather


Low clouds and fog will settle in overnight with the potential for some dense fog at the coast.  Clouds and fog will break to some sun on Saturday.  The first half of the weekend will be the best half with bright skies and warm temperatures. Highs will range from 70s at the immediate coast to 80s inland and mountains.  The greatest chance for an afternoon shower or t-storm will be in the mountains.  Showers and thunderstorms will become more numerous (esp. in the hills and mountains) Saturday night.   Temperatures will stay mild in the 60s and 70s.   A cold front will be the focus for showers with the slight risk for a t-storm Sunday morning.  Morning temperatures will be in the 60s but afternoon temps will be falling into the 50s with more showers.  Cool and wet will the rule both Monday and Tuesday.  Some beneficial rain is on the way and temperatures will have a hard time getting out of the low to mid 50s.

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist



FRIDAY NIGHT:  Some low clouds and fog settle in.  Areas of drizzle. Lows in the 50s.

SATURDAY:  Clouds and fog break to some sun.  Partly sunny with showers and the chance for a t-storm in the mountains. Highs 76 to 84. Warmest inland. Gusty southerly winds 10 to 20 mph with gusts 20 to 30 mph.

SATURDAY NIGHT: Becoming cloudy and breezy. Showers possible late (esp. in the hills and mountains).  Lows 57 to 64.

SUNDAY:  Cloudy with some rain.  Morning highs in the 60s with afternoon temperatures falling into the 50s.


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