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Weather Brief Nov 21, 2018

Midcoast Forecast - November 21, 2018

We've been poking in and out of the clouds through Wednesday in the wake of the storm that dropped around a half foot of fresh snow on Tuesday. The winter trend will continue into the late week as an artic cold front brings cold and windy weather. This front will likely bring a quick burst of snow during the early night Wednesday followed by stronger winds as cold air rushes into the region taking highs down into the teens to low 20s for Thanksgiving and overnight lows in the single digits. With the combination of brisk winds and cold temperatures, wind chill values will dip either side of 0 for Wednesday night through Thursday night. Record low and record cold high temperatures will likely be set across the region during this time with this unseasonably bitter cold. It is important that you take precaution to stay warm and prevent frozen pipes and frost bite during this time

We'll see a steady recovery in temperatures Friday and into the weekend with mostly sunny skies and lighter wind. Another storm will roll in Sunday with rain at the coast and an icy mix possible inland. This will clear into Monday with highs nearing 40 followed by another rain storm on Tuesday that may also include strong wind and soaking rain.

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