For Halloween, we have cloudy skies and cool temps. A warm front moving out of the Mid-Atlantic states will bring some showers to the area right around trick-or-treating time so look out for that. Otherwise, look forward to a stormy day tomorrow!
Today, high pressure shifts offshore and a storm system in the Southern Plains will start to spread clouds into the region today. Temps will still be cool with morning temps in the 20’s and 30’s. Looks like Halloween night will be wet with periods of rain, more frequent as the night progresses.
Yesterday, windy conditions prevailed due to the passage of a cold front. Today, winds have relaxed but the cold air is in full control with the high temps struggling to get out of the 40’s. Full sun is expected with the exception of a few clouds over far northwestern Maine. Enjoy, rain is slated to arrive for Halloween!
Today, a cold front will move in from the west and ahead of it, high clouds and breezy conditions will be common. Winds will be out of we SW backing to the W at between 15-20mph. Ahead of the front high cirrus clouds will develop as well. The front will pass through tonight with showers in northern ME and the chance for a sprinkle elsewhere.
Over the next few days, cool weather will continue over the region as another cold front passes through the region Monday night. Winds will increase Monday out of the SW ahead of the front and pick up out of the NW Tuesday after the front passes. Top winds will likely be Monday reaching 25 mph in exposed spots. Late-week warm weather returns with the threat of rain possibly arriving Friday or Saturday. Uncertainty is very high here however so I did not include rain in my forecast right now.
Today, the low pressure system that brought us wind yesterday is moving to the NE so winds will relax to about 10 mph from the NW. Sunny and cool conditions prevail today. Rain returns Saturday night but leaves in a hurry so the weekend will not be impacted. Saturday will also feature windy conditions out of the SW. Have a great weekend!
Today, a low pressure system is rapidly strengthening over the Canadian Maritimes which will result in windy conditions across the region. In addition to that, the highest elevations will see some up-slope snow showers. Little or no accumulations are expected however.