Today will feature continued quiet weather across the region as our pesky ocean storm drifts ever so slowly farther east. The storm is still responsible for some cloudiness and a few showers/flurries over the region this morning. While the latter should dissipate within the next couple hours, the former are likely to stick around a bit longer. Gradually though, breaks of sun should start to develop from west to east this afternoon. The increased sunshine combined with downsloping from light northwesterly flow will push temps into the mid/upper 30s along the coastal plain this afternoon. Up in the mountains, some residual upsloping and closer proximity to colder air will limit temps to near 30.
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Mr Sillin, could you take a moment (maybe in tomorrow’s posting) to address the (Wed-Sat) sustained winds? Or, is it simply a large, relatively warm, Arctic air mass pushing/following the ocean storm? Regards, from the Cold Brook Trailhead matthew magsino Stoneham, ME