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Weather Brief Jan 22, 2019

Midcoast Forecast - January 22, 2019

Tuesday was the coldest day so far this winter with morning lows either side of 0 and wind chills dipping -10 to -20 during the early morning hours. We did see highs rebound into the 20s with the help of abundant sunshine through the day. Clouds will be rolling in from the west during the overnight as our next weather maker moves in from the west.

Our warming trend will continue on Wednesday with lows starting in the single digits and teens with highs climbing quickly into the mid to upper 30s during the afternoon. These temperatures will keep climbing into the 40s during the overnight and hold into Thursday as low pressure gets closer and closer from the west lifting a warm front over Maine. We'll see snow and winter mix breaking out over the northern half of the state through the day as the warm front drives north with rain filling in closer to the coast late in the day and into Wednesday night. Scattered showers will continue through the night and into Thursday morning as the low lifts to our north dragging a cold front into New England. An area of low pressure will ride up along the front on Thursday which will enhance rainfall through the day with showers coming to an end during the early night.

Clouds will linger into the late week with sunny skies back in fro the weekend as high pressure builds in behind this storm which will cool temperatures back to more seasonable levels. Another storm rolls in late in the weekend that could bring snow and rain mix late Sunday and into Monday followed by another mix late Tuesday.

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