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Weather Brief Feb 07, 2019

Midcoast Forecast - February 7, 2019

The Midcoast woke up to a dusting to a couple inches of snow Thursday morning left by weak low pressure that moved through the region with winter back in place after a mild start to the week. The new snow will not last long however with another mild day on the way.

A strong area of low pressure will move in from the west out of the Great Lakes lifting the warm front through Maine late Thursday and into Friday while pushing in a slug of rain Thursday night and through Friday morning. Once again, temperatures will climb well above normal into the 40s with some locations over western Maine nearing the 50s. A cold front will sweep through Friday night ushering in bitter cold air for the weekend along brisk west winds. A large ridge of high pressure will settle over the region through the weekend and into the early week with a stretch of sunny and cold weather.

A disturbance will pass by to our south late Sunday and into Monday morning that will push some clouds in to begin the week with a low chance for snow followed by the chance for a bigger snowfall as broad low pressure tracks in late Tuesday and through Wednesday.

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