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Weather Brief Jun 18, 2019

Midcoast Forecast - June 18, 2019 PM

Clouds have pushed back into the Midcoast thanks to a stalled frontal boundary over far southern New England. Rounds of showers are moving from west to east along this boundary offshore wafting clouds north which has covered the southern half of Maine. The return of clouds has kept temperatures cooler at the coast with highs in the 60s to low 70. We'll continue to see gray conditions overnight and into Wednesday morning with the front remaining offshore keeping highs in the 60s and low 70s. Along with the clouds, fog will develop overnight and become dense in some locations. Morning fog will gradually decrease through Wednesday but skies will remain cloudy with the frontal boundary remaining stalled to our south and a cold front moving in from the northwest. This cold front will touch off some showers and storms over northern and western Maine during the afternoon. Clouds will remain locked in through Thursday with showers moving into the Midcoast late in the day as low pressure tracks in from the west. This will bring widespread soaking rains for Thursday night and into Friday morning. Rainfall totals will range between 1" to 2" with locally higher amounts. Skies will start to clear out Friday afternoon allowing for highs to climb back into the 70s. The weekend is looking good so far with partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the 70s to low 80s.

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