A low pressure system will track to our south for the start of the work week. It won't directly effect our weather, but it will bring us more in the way of clouds late Monday. Temperatures will be seasonable over the next couple days. No major storms in the near future, but the chance of a few showers late Monday and then Wednesday/Thursday.
Tonight - Skies will be clear to partly cloudy with more clouds in eastern and northern Maine. Lows dip into the 20s.
Monday - Partly sunny skies to start the day. Winds will start to come out of the northeast during the afternoon. That will increase the cloud cover especially at the coast. High temperatures warm to seasonable conditions in the 40s.
Monday Night - Mostly cloudy skies with just the slight chance of some snow showers and freezing drizzle. Any precipitation will be extremely light in nature. Lows again will be in the 20s.
Extended Forecast - Partly cloudy skies Tuesday. More clouds Wednesday with some rain and snow showers. Scattered showers linger into the morning Thursday. Skies clear for the afternoon. A ridge of high pressure builds in for the second half of the week. This gives our temperatures a slight boost and gives us a couple sunny days in a row to enjoy.