Central and Southern Maine Weather

**NWS will be surveying extensive tree damage on Rt. 117 between Hollis and  Limington at the earliest tomorrow.


The National Weather Service is keeping a large portion of southern, central, and western Maine in a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 8PM.  All of New Hampshire is included in the watch as well. The potential exists for heavy downpours, lots of lightning, and damaging winds.  Our weather will improve overnight as a front shifts to our east.  Most communities will wake up to mostly sunny skies and lower humidity Tuesday.  The forecast looks quite nice in the coming days with our weather pattern remaining mostly sunny through Wednesday.  A shower or t-storm is possible Thursday with a weak disturbance but not every town will get one.  More pleasant weather is expected to end the work week. Enjoy!  

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist


TONIGHT: Chance for showers and thunderstorms through the first part of the night.   Lows 55 to 60.  S winds 10 mph shifting W and increasing 10 to 15 mph by daybreak.

TUESDAY: Becoming mostly sunny. Lower humidity. Highs 75 to 80

TUESDAY NIGHT:  Mostly clear. Lows in the 50s. Some 40s inland and mountains.

WEDNESDAY:  Mostly sunny start. Chance for an afternoon shower or t-storm (mostly inland and mounains. Highs 77 to 81.


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