Mild Through Saturday

Wednesday night should feature mostly clear conditions to start but it’ll gradually get mostly cloudy again after 1 AM as clouds move in from the west. Low temperatures will range from 23 to 32 degrees. Showers are possible north by Thursday morning, but temperatures should rise above freezing as they move in, negating any threat for frozen precipitation. Some patchy slick conditions are possible in any locally dense fog south.

Thursday northern areas will remain cloudy but southern areas should see some sun pop out. Coastal areas, specifically the midcoast, may have a hard time getting rid of the fog. Showers should stay mostly near the Canadian border, but one can’t be ruled out south. Highs will be warm, ranging from 43 to 60 degrees, coldest north, warmest interior southwest.

Thursday night clouds and showers will gradually dissipate and move out of the region. Lows will range from 29 to 38 degrees.

Friday clouds will gradually increase again from southwest to northeast. Rain or rain showers (not really sure yet) will move into southwestern portions first in the morning. Precipitation will gradually spread northeast through the afternoon hours. Highs will range from 35 to 44 degrees. Clouds will really limit warming.

Friday night showers will continue to push northeast, with only very isolated showers remaining by Saturday morning. Lows Friday night will range from 33 to 42 degrees.

Saturday clouds will likely continue, but models continue to advertise a warmer day, with just some scattered showers. Highs will range from 46 to 55 degrees.

Have a great evening and watch for slick spots tonight if any precipitation falls where you are!

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