We were only able to muster the mid 60s on Friday, but as the saying goes: if you don't like the weather here in New England...
In true transitional fashion, we'll see readings back into the 70s today as clouds begin to fill in through the afternoon. All in all, a great day, especially to the south. Up north, showers will begin to fall later this afternoon for places like Moosehead Lake to Caribou as a cold front begind to drop south from Canada.
Steadier showers will be found up north overnight tonight and begin spreading southward into the hills and mountains. They'll stick around into Sunday morning before ending. These showers mark the leading edge of another cool shot of air.
For Sunday, showers wind down in the hills early. There may be one or two showers that make it as far south as the coast first thing as well. The trend will be to decrease the cloud cover (and thus, the shower threat), and dry things back out. Look for readings to stay in the 60s from the coast into the hills to the north... 50s in higher elevations through central Maine and into northern parts of the state as well. Winds will begin to freshen up as well and a blustry afternoon is in store for the state.
Monday morning will be on the fristy side...many 30s away from the coast and 40s toward the water. Sunshine will help to boost readings back into the upper 60s.
Warmer temps will return for Tuesday and Wednesday, along with some humidity as well.
Enjoy the weekend!