Today will feature warming temps and some unsettled conditions as a powerful storm moves well to our northwest. It’s starting out near freezing inland this morning where a mix of sleet and freezing rain continues to fall. If you’re out and about west of Augusta/Lewiston, leave some extra time to take it slow. Southwest winds pick up midday and should do a decent job scouring out the low-level cold, though there’s always the cold spots that hang onto near-freezing temps longer than any model expects. Most of us outside the foothills should top out in the upper 40s to mid 50s by this afternoon. Skies will be mostly cloudy though a few breaks of sun are possible in the west. After this morning’s round of rain/mixed precip things look fairly dry, though another line of showers will approach from the northwest this evening.