Light Rain And Snow Today

Hello everyone! 

Today will feature cloudy skies along with light rain and snow showers. Ptype will be determined by surface temps which will be a little over 32 at the coast and a little under in the mountains. As a result, look for rain to mix in along the coast with little to no accumulation. Farther inland, an inch or two is possible with temps near freezing. Precip arrives midday and is slow to move out this evening. 

-Jack 

Another Cold And Breezy Day

Hello everyone! 

Today will feature almost the exact same weather as yesterday with the exception being winds slightly less strong. Temps will still remain below freezing region wide with highs in the 20’s north and low 30’s south and winds will still be gusty though we’ll be in 20-30mph territory rather than 40-50mph territory in terms of gusts. 

Less cold air arrives tomorrow along with snow which could change to rain along the coast. 

-Jack

Cold And Blustery Today

Hello everyone! 

Today will feature partly to mostly sunny skies, morning snow showers/squalls, and afternoon blistery and cold weather. An Arctic cold front is driving SE across the area this morning and will be offshore by midday. Ahead of the front, snow showers and squalls are expected with impacts most pronounced in the mountains. Temps at the moment range from the low 20’s in the mountains to the low 30’s at the coast. Temps are expected to fall 10-15 degrees today despite the strong late March sun. This is due to a very cold airmass moving into the area on very strong NW winds. Gusts to 50mph are possible and as a result, wind advisories are up for the area through tonight when winds will die down a bit. 

-Jack 

More Clouds But Still Mild Today 

Hello everyone!

Today will feature more clouds than sun for most as a weak front moves through. Ahead of the front, temps are expected to be pretty mild with highs ranging from 35 in the north to 50 in the south. The front will move through this evening with little fanfare though a few showers are possible this evening and  it will usher in cooler temps for tomorrow.

-Jack

Continued Cool But Calm Weather

Hello everyone!

Today will feature a storm system passing well to our south-east and unfortunately too far out to sea to bring any meaningful snow though a few flakes could make their way to the coastline during the day. While we’re too far NW for the snow, we’re not too far NW for the clouds which will dominate the sky across southern areas. The mountains could get a peek or two of sun. Temps will range from a little below freezing in the north to a little above freezing in the south with a noticeable northerly breeze.

-Jack

Still Cool But Quieter Today

Hello everyone!

Our blizzard is sadly long gone now and we’re left with cool temps and calm weather in its aftermath. Highs will range from 10 in the mountains to 25 at the coast with partly to mostly sunny skies and light NW breezes. A great day to make sure any remaining snow in driveways, walkways, porches, etc. is where it should be.

Lighter snow is possible Saturday before another shot of Arctic air arrives next week.

-Jack

Great Cleanup Weather

Hello everyone!

After our beautiful storm yesterday, we have some calm weather today to clean up all that gorgeous snow. No more looking at bare ground and black snowbanks! Skies will range from partly cloudy in the mountains to super sunny along the coast with cool temps ranging from 15 north to 25 along the coast. Upslope snow showers will keep flakes in the air for the mountains and another couple of inches is possible there. A little upper level disturbance will pass overhead this evening with more snow showers possible then. Additional accumulations outside the mountains should be less than 1″.

More snow is on the way for the weekend!

-Jack

Reliably hype-free weather info for Western Maine and New Hampshire from amateur forecaster Jack Sillin

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