Quiet start to the week, rain and wind deliver a green Christmas

Hello everyone!

We will have wild ride weather wise this week with cool temps and flurries to start followed by a wet and wild Christmas Eve followed by a return to colder temps.

Here is a quick overview of this week’s weather. I’ll have more details on the Christmas Eve storm tomorrow.

Mon/Tues: Mostly cloudy skies with temps mainly in the 30’s. Flurries possible along the coast. Generally

Wed: South/Southeast wind strengthening and bringing in warmer air. Highs rising into the 40’s and 50’s by evening along with a heavy, windswept rain.

Thurs: Brisk west wind along with some leftover flurries especially in the mountains. Temps falling from the 40’s in the morning to the 20’s and 30’s by dusk. Some partial clearing is possible over SW areas.

Fri: Cool and clear, temps in the 30’s for the most part.

-Jack

Clouds hold tough over the mountains today while coastal areas see some sun

Hello everyone!

Today will be a cool and cloudy one for the mountains and southern areas due to stubbern low level moisture. Temps will be cool but not cold with most areas rising into the 30’s with at least partial sun. The mountains however will stay in the 20’s under mostly cloudy skies. For the full update written my me over at Western Maine Weather, CLICK HERE.

-Jack

Light Snow To Start The Day Today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature some light to moderate snow to start as low pressure passes off to the east. Expect meaningful accumulations to be confined to the north and mountains with 3-6″ possible for the Sugarloaf area. Almost everyone sees some sort of accumulation even if it is only a coating. Most everyone, with the exception of the mountains, will see this morning’s snow melt as temps rise into the 30’s and 40’s. NW winds will be breezy today so temps will feel a good 5-10 degrees colder than they actually are.today 12-18

 

-Jack

Slow moving storm brings rain and snow today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature a not-so-nice day in New England as a storm system intensifies to our south. Expect a round of precip to move in this morning as low pressure approaches from the south. The coast will see all rain while the mountains see some snow/sleet/freezing rain in addition to a little rain. Everyone changes back to snow tonight with amounts ranging from 6-8″ in the mountains to a coating at the coast. Snow moves out early tomorrow morning.

today 12-17

-Jack

Cloudy with drizzle and flurries today

Hello everyone!

Today will feature the return of the clouds along with the chance for some showers and flurries. How any precip reaches the ground (snow/rain etc) will be determined by location. There is a better chance for liquid at the coast while inland areas see more snow. Temps will be cooler today as we sit under lots of clouds thus limiting the heating effect of the sun.

today 12-16

-Jack