A pretty dreary morning is in store today as a front lingers over the area and low pressure develops offshore. Expect continued drizzle/rain especially east through the morning before drier air works in. When the dry air does come, you’ll feel it. Downsloping will spike temps to near 60 at the coast and clouds and drizzle will fade to sun. Clouds will linger more in the mountains as the influence of downsloping will be less significant. For an explanation of downsloping and it’s impacts on the weather in Maine, check out my column in UpPortland (once the page loads, the article is on page 19). Temps in the mountains will likely get up into the 40’s except far northern areas who will see temps in the 20’s and 30’s with freezing rain changing to snow. Maine’s got it all in terms of weather today!