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Weather Brief Mar 22, 2018

Midcoast Forecast - March 22, 2018

The northern edge of a nor'easter passing by offshore is bringing light snow to the Midcoast Thursday and packing a significantly smaller punch compared to storms earlier in March. Most locations along the coast will pick up 2" to 5" before snow ends during the late afternoon with interior sections generally seeing less than 2".

We'll see lingering cloud cover into Friday as the storm departs to the east with temperatures rebounding near 40 during the afternoon helping to start the melting process once again.

Skies will be cloudy on Saturday with a chance of snow showers late in the day generated by the combination of another storm forming well offshore to the southeast and a trough digging into New England from the northwest. Snow totals will not be significant with just a dusting to 1". The trough will pull in slightly cooler air for Sunday with highs in the mid 30s but the return of more sunshine will help counter act some of the chill.

Warmer air will start to work back into the region next week with highs back into the 40s to near 50 with rain possible late in the week.

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