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Weather Brief Nov 05, 2018

Midcoast Forecast - November 5, 2018

Clouds are locked back in across the Midcoast Monday with another round of rain on the way. Showers will begin during the mid to late afternoon and continue through the night as an area of low pressure moves southern New England and into the Gulf of Maine. Rain will become heavy at times as we move through the night then taper off Tuesday morning with 1/2" to 1" of accumulation expected. We'll see some clearing as we move into the middle of Tuesday with some peaks of sun possible as temperature hold in the mid 40s to low 50s. Any sun will go back into hiding as a broader area of low pressure over the Great Lakes sends in another round of organized showers along a cold front during the evening and into Tuesday night. This second round will give another 1/4" or so of accumulation.

The broad area of low pressure will depart to the north and east through Wednesday allowing for cooler and drier air to filter in along brisk west winds. Meanwhile, high pressure will build in from the west and hold in place through the late week continuing the sunny weather while continuing to cool temperatures. Another area or low pressure will push clouds back in late Friday with rain arriving during the overnight and into Saturday with snow for the northern half of Maine.


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