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Clouds are back and here to stay...

A weak disturbance in the atmosphere is hugging the coast of New England on this Sunday, generating light snow/rain. This should come into play across parts of Maine today and Monday, especially along the coast and in Southern Maine.
A coating of snow cover is possible.

Meanwhile, temperatures will remain seasonal today, which means it'll be cold. But a BIG (yet gradual) warming trend will occur for the upcoming week.

With temperatures rising through Christmas, the developing precipitation will be rain. The heaviest rain will occur on Christmas Eve. Along with the soaking showers, we'll see plenty of wind. So expect a wind-swept rain storm for the holiday.
Gale and/or storm warnings may go into effect along our coast through midweek.

Clearing later in the day Christmas Day as a cold front moves through and brings temps back down closer to normal.

A.J. is back first thing Sunday evening with updates!

-Tom

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