Central and Southern Maine Weather



Today will be the warmest day of the next 7 as a cooler and more unsettled weather pattern settles in.  Several disturbances will bring rounds of showers and even a steadier rain for the beginning of next week.  


Saturday will start off bright but clouds will move in along with showers for the afternoon.  These showers will arrive first in the mountains around lunch and then head south and east through the rest of the state for the afternoon hours.  Some of the heavier showers may even drop some small hail or sleet, and a clap of thunder can't be ruled out. 


Sunday is the better weekend day with sunshine and seasonal temperatures in the 50's.  A cold rain storm will then arrive late Monday into Tuesday.  It is looking like our weather pattern gets a little stuck after that so we'll have lots of clouds and a few showers through at least Thursday. 


Have a great weekend!


-Meteorologist Craig Miller



TONIGHT:   Becoming clear.  Lows 38 to 43.  Light winds.

SATURDAY: Morning sunshine then cloudy with showers in the afternoon.  Highs 53 to 58 but then falling into the 40's in the afternoon.  SE winds increase to 10 to 15 mph. 


SATURDAY NIGHT: Evening showers then partly cloudy.  Lows 35 to 40.


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