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Weather Brief Nov 28, 2018

Midcoast Forecast - November 28, 2018

The storm system that moved in Tuesday is still sitting over Maine Wednesday making for a mostly cloudy day and continuing to accumulate snow over the mountains of western Maine along with New Hampshire, Vermont, and upstate New York. The storm will gradually shift east late Wednesday and into Thursday with clouds and spotty light rain lingering along with light snow in the high terrain. A spoke of energy will rotate around the departing storm late Wednesday night and into Thursday morning that will bring snow showers to eastern Maine and the Midcoast. This will result in light accumulations between a trace to 2" (see map) with snow starting around sunrise and ending by midday Thursday. Along with the snow, winds will pick up out of the north as cooler air filters into the region for the late week. This will hold highs in the 30s with lows in the 20s.

High pressure will slide in from the west in the wake of the departing storm on Friday returning the Midcoast to mostly sunny skies. We'll see sunshine continue Saturday morning but clouds build back in late in the day as another storm moves in. This weekend system will pull warmer air north through Maine that will make this a mostly soaking rain event with rain starting late Saturday night and continuing through most of Sunday. We'll clear out Monday and Tuesday with another storm set for Wednesday which may be all snow.

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