Does anyone remember the last time we had a decent amount of sunshine? Actually it was Monday and since then it's been nothing but clouds and rainfall. Portland has received 4.16" of rain since Tuesday. A months worth in just four days. The rainfall abated Friday afternoon leaving us with just cloudy skies. The storm responsible for the deluge was tracking off to the northeast and as it continues to do so drier air will move into our region. This should make for a very nice day on Saturday with temperatures approaching 60 at most locations. Perfect weather for gathering up all the leaves that the storm blew off the trees. A cold front is expected to move through New England Saturday night. It may kick off a few showers but more importantly it promises to usher in windy and cooler conditions for Sunday. Behind the front look for partial sunshine with the chance for a few showers mainly in the mountains. The clouds should be gone by Monday but the wind will stick around for one more day and finally die down as high pressure builds in late Monday. As the high moves east of us on Tuesday a warm front will approach our region bringing more clouds but also some very mild weather for Wednesday.
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