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Weather Brief Apr 04, 2018

Midcoast Forecast - April 4, 2018

Wednesday has been a soggy day as an area of low pressure moving through the region continues to push in rounds of rain showers across the Midcoast. Rain and snow mix began Tuesday and quickly changed to all rain as warm air moved in from the south. This brought highs into the 40s by Wednesday afternoon as the rain continued. Areas of fog have also developed across the area with a saturated air mass in place. A cold front will sweep through Wednesday evening with a final round of steady rain with some isolated thunder possible. Rainfall totals will range between 1/4" and 1/2".

Colder and drier air will surge in behind the front along breezy northwest winds Wednesday night and through Thursday which will bring us back to sunny skies but drop lows back into the teens and 20s and highs in the 30s. The wind will make it feel colder through the day with morning wind chill values in the single digits and those 30s feeling like 20s for the afternoon.

Clouds will increase Thursday night and into Friday morning as our next storm system moves in from the west. This will bring a mix of rain and snow late in the day and continue into Friday night with a dusting to 2" of snow possible across the Midcoast. Some areas of light snow or rain will linger Saturday morning as the storm gradually clears offshore.

Another mix of rain and snow will be possible towards the middle of next week.

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