We squeezed out another beautiful day thanks to high pressure in control of our weather. Clouds will continue to increase as we head into the evening hours and rain is on our doorstep. Rain quickly moves through during the overnight and may be heavy at times. Higher elevations will see precipitation fall as snow. The rain clears west to east tomorrow morning, but we still have the chance of showers during the afternoon as a second cold front moves through. After that some cold air returns to the forecast. Temperature will slowly moderate towards the end of the week.
Tonight - Rain arrives in western and southern locations a little before midnight. As the rain spreads east it will become heavy at times. Rainfall amounts will range from .25"-.50". High elevations in the mountains and far northern Maine will see the precipitation fall as snow with some light accumulations. Lows around 40 degrees.
Monday - Rain clears from west to east during the morning. We will start to see some partial clearing. A second cold front passes through Monday afternoon touching off another round of showers. Breezy SW wind about 15-20 mph. Highs mostly in the low to mid 50s.
Extended Forecast - A cold shot of air moves in Monday night and Tuesday. Lows Monday night will be in the teens and 20s. Tuesday will be one of the coolest days of the week. Windy conditions continue through Thursday. Mix of sun and clouds Tuesday. Sunny skies Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures warm up around 50 degrees by the end of the work week. Still watching a possible storm late Friday into Saturday. Right now it looks close enough to at least bring us the chance of showers.