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Weather Brief Mar 04, 2019

Midcoast Forecast - March 4, 2019

Skies are clearing Monday afternoon after a winter storm dumped snow across the Midcoast Sunday night and through Monday morning. Unlike previous storms, this one brought the most snow to the coast and Downeast Maine with lesser amounts inland thanks to a lack of rain and sleet mix. Most Midcoast locations picked up 4' to 8" of snow with higher totals along the immediate coast and Downeast, up to 12" Skies will continue to clear overnight and into Tuesday returning sunny skies but temperatures will be dropping for the mid week with lows back down to the teens and single digits and highs in the 20s. A weak cold front will bring a reinforcing shot of cold air Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning that will increase cloud cover and touch off a few light flurries. Our weather will stay quiet through the late week with colder air locked in.

Temperatures will make a rebound for the upcoming weekend with highs back into the 30s and will continue to climb late Sunday and into Monday as a strong area of low pressure tracks through the region with a brief winter mix late Sunday changing to rain into Monday as temperatures climb into the 40s.



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