Central and Southern Maine Weather


Sun will again rule the sky today, but temperatures will remain below normal. After starting in the 20s, afternoon highs will have a hard time getting above 40 degrees.  Thursday will showcase more clouds than sun with the slight chance for a rain or snow shower. That chance is greatest north and mountains.  Friday looks to be an interesting day here in the northeast.  Some rain showers are possible very early in the day, but it’s looking like some afternoon sun will try to make an appearance.  If that happens, highs should shoot up into the upper 50s and low 60s for most of the area.  Don’t get too comfortable though.  A steadier rain will arrive Friday night and extend into Saturday morning.  The mountains may experience some snow during that period. I’m still hopeful for a little bit of late day sun on Saturday, but winds will be active and temperatures will be cooling once again.  A snow shower is possible on Easter Sunday but I don’t anticipate any travel problems.  Temperatures look seasonably cool headed into early next week. 

Charlie Lopresti- Chief Meteorologist



WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and cool. Breezy. Highs 36 to 42.  NW winds 10-15 mph.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT:  Increasing clouds. Lows in the teens and low 20s. 

THURSDAY:  Mainly cloudy. Slight chance for a rain or snow shower.  Some bright spots late.   Highs 37 to 43.


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