Super Quiet

1:05 PM, Nov 16, 2012   |    comments
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Not even The Meteorologist to the Most Interesting Man in the World can make THIS forecast compelling.

A ridge of high pressure in place yesterday is in the process of being replaced with an even stronger ridge of high pressure for the weekend and beyond. It is QUIET.

This afternoon: Some coastal cloud cover continues to block out sunshine over Downeast and the Midcoast. These clouds tend to be enhanced by our cool north wind as the colder air from Canada spills over the top of the relatively warm ocean waters of the Gulf of Maine...it's fairly common this time of the year. Otherwise look for a good deal of sunshine away from the coast but temperatures staying cool still, in the low 40s for most spots.

Tonight: We start off partly cloudy but end up mostly clear after midnight. Temperatures will drop very quickly during the second half of the evening especially, leaving almost everyone in the 20s with quite a few readings in the teens across the interior and mountains.

Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday: Seriously. This grouping works. Mostly sunny. Highs in the low to mid 40s.

Saturday night, Sunday night, Monday night, Tuesday night: Mostly clear, 20s in most spots, teens to the west.

Our next chance of any precipitation looks like some snow showers on Wednesday.

Thanksgiving looks pretty quiet to me...probably just partly sunny.

That "Big Turkey Day Storm" people were trying to call last week? Out to sea. Forget about it.

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