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Weather Brief Nov 29, 2018

Midcoast Forecast - November 29, 2018

Thursday was another cloudy day across the Midcoast with a little light snow during the morning that led to little or no accumulation. The snow pushed in as an impulse of energy wrapped in from the north and east on the back side of the storm system that has been lingering over the region the past 2 days. This also kicked up winds making for an extra bite to the cold and prompting a Gale Warning offshore.

High pressure will slide in from the west in the wake of the departing storm on Friday returning the Midcoast to mostly sunny skies and light winds. 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. Precipitation may start as snow Saturday night for inland areas before changing over to rain. Temperatures will warm noticeably Sunday and into Monday with highs in the mid to upper 40s.

We'll clear out slowly on Monday with mostly cloudy skies but the mid week is looking good so far with partly to mostly sunny skies but cooler temperatures. The storm we were watching for Wednesday looks like it will pass by well to our south according to latest guidance.

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