Central and Southern Maine Weather


A weak disturbance will rotate through the area early this morning with the chance for snow showers. Any accumulations will be very light.  Keep an eye out for some icy spots on the roads this morning as well as temperatures are below freezing and there may be pockets of black ice.   Any early morning snow showers will move out followed by developing sun. High will stay well below normal in the low to mid 30s.  Saturday morning has a good chance of being the coldest morning of the season so far. Lows will dip into the single digits and teens for most towns.  Sun should rule the sky on Saturday, but more clouds and even rain showers will return to the forecast on Sunday.  Highs will at least make it back into the mid-40s. 

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist



Lewiston 15.0"
North Turner 13.3"
Rumford 12.25"
Bridgton 12.0"
Buxton 12.0"
Augusta 12.0"
Madison 12.0"
Paris 12.0"
Standish 11.5"
Acton   11.0"
Waldoboro 11.0"
North Sebago 11.0"
Norway 11.0"
Gorham 10.1"
N. Sebago 10.0"
Hollis  9.9"
Gray 9.7"
Norway 9.5"
Durham 9.0"
Brunswick 9.0"
Jackson 9.0"
Turner 9.5"
Saco 8.9"
Brunswick 8.5"
Casco  8.5"
Portland Jetport 8.4"
Cornish  8.3"
West Bath 8.0"
S. Berwick 7.5"
Portland 7.4"
Camden 5.2"
Kennebunk 5.0"


FRIDAY: A period of light snow and snow showers is possible south early in the day. Developing sun but chilly with highs in the 30s. NW winds 5-10 mph.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Clear and cold. Lows in the single digits and teens.

SATURDAY: Bright but cool. Highs in the low to mid 30s.




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