Overnight tonight we'll have temps dropping into the upper 20s and low 30s with mostly cloudy skies.
Sunday will be mild with highs reaching the upper 30s and low 40s under cloudy skies. Sunday night into Monday we'll drop into the mid 20s.
Monday will start out cloudy. Highs Monday will reach the low to mid 30s. By late Monday night snow/mix will develop with the coast right on the line of all snow versus a mix of precipitation. Winds Monday night could gusts as high as 35-40 mph at the coast.
We'll see precipitation continue overnight into Tuesday. During the overnight hours coastal locations look like they'll change to rain, while locations just inland see a freezing rain/sleet mix. If it takes coastal locations a bit longer to change, we could see significant snowfall amounts before the changeover. Either way, Tuesday morning will be a mess across Southern Maine and into New Hampshire. Looks like Central Maine into the Bangor area will see a messy morning continuing into the afternoon with some significant icing possible. Far Northern Maine looks like precipitation will stay mostly snow for some solid accumulations possible across the far north and west.
Looks like the majority of the precipitation will wrap up by Tuesday afternoon, but light rain or snow is still possible through the day. Highs Tuesday will make it into the mid 30s.
Wednesday & Thursday will be partly sunny and mild with highs in the low to mid 40s. Friday we'll see more sunshine with highs in the upper 30s. Next weekend looks like it'll start out slightly cooler, with highs in the upper 20s and low 30s, but still sunny.
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