Split Region Today Weather Wise

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Today will feature weather that depends entirely on exactly where you are. There will be a dividing line (warm front) that runs roughly from Lebanon NH to Portland ME today. North of this line, look for seasonably cool temps, cloudy skies, and areas of drizzle, fog, and rain. Highs here will remain in the mid to upper 30’s. South of this line, dry weather is expected with skies that are at least partly sunny. Additionally, highs will jump into the low to mid 50’s as our air is sourced directly from the Gulf of Mexico.

-Jack

Clearing Skies And Warming Temps Today

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Today will feature developing sunshine and warming temperatures as last night’s system moves quickly away to the east. Satellite imagery shows clouds just clearing out of the Midcoast as of 9 AM, with the only other cloud cover found in the typical upslope regions. With NW flow developing behind the departing storm, we’ll be left with the classic upslope/downslope pattern today and clouds will stick around over the mountains with tempsĀ  few degrees below freezing, while the coast sees sunshine with temps a few degrees above freezing. Outside of some upslope flurries, no additional precipitation is expected.

-Jack

Cool And Calm Today, Light Snow Tonight

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Today will feature cool and calm weather as high pressure builds into the region behind last night’s cold front. Look for highs ranging from 20 in the north to 32 along the coast. Skies will start the day mainly sunny, and end the day mainly cloudy as our next system approaches from the southwest. That system will bring light snow tonight, that will amount to a dusting in the north, and as much as 4″ in SE NH. Snow will arrive this evening in southern NH between 8 and 9, and in southernĀ Maine between 9 and 11, before departing from west to east tomorrow morning. By lunchtime tomorrow, the sun will be out, and temps warming as the system races off to the east.

-Jack

Anomalous Warmth Continues

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Today will feature another day of weather that belongs in April, not February. A warm front is lifting through the area this morning, and behind it temps will rise above freezing in the north and all the way to 50 in the south. This warmth will be accompanied increasing amounts of grey, both in the sky as clouds move in from the west, and on the ground as our snowpack is slowly whittled away. Most areas will stay mostly dry today, though some showers are possible in the north and mountains especially this evening.

-Jack

Rebounding Temps Today

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After a chilly day yesterday, temps are headed back up today as high pressure shifts off to our southeast. Look for highs ranging from 30 in the north to 40 in SE NH. As the warm air moves in, areas of cloudiness will move through today, though no precipitation is expected.

Even warmer temps arrive tomorrow along with the increased chance for coastal rain and mountain snow showers.

-Jack

Cool And Calm Today

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Today will feature cool temps and quiet weather across the region as Canadian high pressure moves by overhead. Look for highs ranging from 15 in the north to 25 in the south with mostly sunny skies this morning giving way to a few more clouds in the afternoon. No precipitation is expected anywhere in the region. Enjoy the beautiful day!

-Jack

Cooling Temps Today

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A cold front passed offshore very early this morning, and temps have been falling ever since. That cooling trend will continue through the day today, with morning temps near freezing in the north and around 40 in the south giving way to afternoon temps around 15 in the north and dipping below freezing in the south. Those colder temps will be moving in on NW winds, so expect an upslope/downslope pattern to develop today with more clouds than sun in the mountains and more sun than clouds along the coast. Additionally, snow showers and flurries will continue in upslope flow over the higher terrain, with dry conditions expected in downsloping areas.

-Jack