Central and Southern Maine Weather


A biting breeze from the northwest along with an arctic air mass will provide dangerously cold conditions Sunday morning. Wind chill values will be 20 to 30 below for most locations and even colder in the mountains. Sunday will indubitably be the coldest day of the season, despite a mostly sunny afternoon. Temperatures will moderate on Monday into the upper 20s for a mostly sunny day. As a storm approaches, it’s likely to start snowing Monday night into the very early hours of Tuesday morning until temps rise above freezing. Tuesday will mainly be a rain event with highs in the 40s. As it gets colder Tuesday night, the rain should transition back to snow before it all wraps up. Light snow showers are possible on Wednesday with highs in the 40s once again. Thursday and Friday are looking bright and seasonable with highs near 30. I’m tracking the chance for another rain-snow mix next weekend.


Meteorologist Adam Epstein

SUNDAY:  Brighter and cold. Highs 5 to 12.  Wind chills stay below zero.

SUNDAY NIGHT:  Clear and cold. Wind chills 5 to 10 below zero.

MONDAY: Sunny and seasonable. Highs in the upper 20s.


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