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NEWS CENTER Maine Weather Forecast Updated 11pm Saturday, May 13th

Tomorrow’s weather in Maine is expected to be mostly nice, with a slight chill in the morning and cold temperatures.

Although it may feel a bit like winter with temperatures in the 30s for May, the showers are coming to an end and the breezy evening is settling down.

Mother’s Day will start off chilly, but the temperature will fluctuate throughout the week.

The shower activity is finally wrapping up, and visibility is good for the late Saturday commute.

The temperature in Holton is currently 37 degrees, making it a chilly day.

However, southern Maine is not as cold.

The cold front has just passed through, bringing dry conditions behind it.

The cooler air mass from the north is now moving in.

The front is clearing the South Shore of Boston, and as the night progresses, temperatures will drop into the 40s and 50s with a northerly wind.

Rangely will start the day at 36 degrees, while Greenville will be at 43 degrees by 9:00 a.m.

If you’re sitting in the sun during brunch at noon, you can expect temperatures close to 60 degrees.

The afternoon will see widespread 60s with a light breeze, providing a comfortable and pleasant environment.

For dinner at 5:00 p.m., temperatures will be in the low 60s, making it a nice time to enjoy an outdoor meal.

On Sunday, there will be a slight dip in temperatures before a milder afternoon.

The jet stream will experience a dip, followed by a ridge trying to build in from Monday to Tuesday.

However, a bigger and stronger dip will arrive by Wednesday, bringing cooler air.

The weather will fluctuate between the mid-70s and the low 50s throughout the week.

The sea conditions will be relatively calm, with waves ranging from two to three feet.

The wind will be coming from the northwest and west, prompting small craft advisories.

Looking ahead, Mother’s Day will see temperatures around 64 degrees inland, followed by a return to the 70s.

The middle of the week will experience cooler temperatures in the 50s before climbing back to the 60s.

Showers are expected to return next weekend, but for now, the focus remains on the current weekend, as Mother’s Day is considered one of the biggest weekends of the year.

With a low of 55 degrees in the roller coaster-like weather pattern, complaints about the temperature should be minimal.

Overall, it will be a decent day for outdoor activities.

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