Weather Forecast: Quiet Weekend Ahead with Possible Snow Showers in Northern Maine
The NEWS CENTER Maine Weather Forecast reports that Thursday, March 16th, was a foreign day that offered three extra hours of daylight, providing a welcome break from winter weather.
Temperatures reached 50 degrees in Portland, which was above forecast.
The sun angle and clear skies provided a greenhouse effect in cars and buildings, making it feel warmer.
The Storm from Monday night Tuesday is still around, but it is slowly meandering off to the north and east.
Friday’s weather will be cloudy as clouds move in from Southwest to Northeast.
A warm front is expected to move through, bringing rain showers along the coast and snow showers inland.
Accumulation is expected in the higher terrain, especially in northern Maine tomorrow night.
The cold front will come through early Saturday morning, with a possibility of daytime temperatures reaching 50 degrees.
Snowfall amounts from this front will not be significant, with only an inch or two expected in high terrain.
The weekend will be quiet, with Sunday expected to be breezy and colder.
However, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday are expected to be nice, with temperatures ranging from 40 to 45 degrees and plenty of sunshine.
The long-range forecast shows no major storms on the horizon.
Overall, the weather for the coming days looks promising, offering a nice change of seasons.