Enjoy the 30’s tomorrow, significant temperature changes ahead

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TRENDING COLDER
Light snow comes to end across the area by midnight. An additional 1 to 2” of snowfall is likely. Clouds will break up but skies remain mostly cloudy. Flurries will be possible from time to time. Lows will drop to the mid and upper 20s, which will cause roads and overpasses to become icy.

DMA Forecasted Lows With Madis

Clouds will mix with some sunshine limiting temperatures to the mid 30s. The breeze kicks in early out of the west 10 to 15mph with higher gusts to 25mph. High pressure builds in towards evening clearing the skies and allowing temperatures to fall quickly Wednesday night into Thursday morning. More sunshine for Thursday but the bright skies will not help to warm temperatures too much.  After morning lows in the teens, highs will not budge from the 20s.

Northeast Highs DAY 3
ARCTIC BLAST
An Arctic boundary comes in Friday night, bringing snow showers and much colder air to follow for the Valentine’s holiday weekend. The winds will be gusty, producing wind chills well below zero at times. Highs will only climb through the teens while morning lows will be in the single digits to even below zero. Clouds and light snow showers possible for Saturday, however, bright sunshine returns for Valentine’s Day holiday.

ME Upper Level Flow Template

Great snuggling weather with your sweetheart!

Valentines Day Weekend Outlook
Be careful on the roadways after dark and stay warm!
MaryEllen Pann,
Chief Meteorologist