There doesn't appear to be any significant precipitation in our forecast for the rest of the work week. There is no warm air coming either and below normal temperatures are expected for the next four days.

8:19 PM, Nov 26, 2012   |    comments
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Does anyone remember the last time we had measurable precipitation at the Portland Jetport? It occurred on Nov. 13 when .13" fell and since then just a trace of rainfall has been recorded. The monthly total stands at 1.02" and this is 3.31" below the so called normal. On Tuesday a storm system is going to track off the east coast and pass by to our south. It should put some clouds in our sky but the precipitation is expected to remain south of our region so another dry day is on tap with temperatures confined to the 30s. Wednesday is looking partly sunny with little change in temperatures. A cold front will be headed our way and should push through our region Wednesday night. There could be some snow showers with the frontal passage but more importantly it will usher in some very cold air for Thursday and Friday. Warmer air is expected over the weekend.

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