After a sunny start to the weekend we will be ending things on a wet note. A warm front approaching the area will bring us increased clouds and periods of rain later tonight. That rain will start out as snow for higher elevations in the mountains. Periods of rain continue through the day Sunday with cloudy skies and raw temperatures. That warm front will be to our north Monday and high temperatures will get a big boost. It won't last long though. Things cool back down for the rest of next week.
Tonight - Increasing clouds with rain moving in from the west around midnight. The rain will start as snow for the mountains tonight, but change over to rain tomorrow. Winds will be light. Lows around 40 degrees. Towards the mountains and far northern Maine overnight lows will be around the freezing mark by early tomorrow morning.
Sunday - Cloudy skies, periods of rain, and high in the 50s.
Monday - Partly sunny skies and highs warming up to the mid and upper 60s. We could see some places in southern Maine and New Hampshire hit the low 70s.
Extended Forecast - A cold front will slowly pass through the area Monday night and then stall out on Tuesday. That means more showers and clouds in our forecast through Tuesday. Brighter skies return Wednesday and Thursday. Next chance of showers will be late Friday into Saturday.