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Weather Brief May 22, 2020

Midcoast Forecast - September 22, 2020

Our first day of fall is off to a cool, cloudy, and breezy start as Hurricane Teddy nears offshore from the south and east. The storm has increased seas offshore to around 10 feet while pushing some rain into parts of Downeast Maine, but air is very dry at the surface limiting the spread of showers further west. We'll continue to see breezy north winds Tuesday night and through Wednesday with seas remaining high mainly offshore. There is a chance of minor coastal flooding early Wednesday morning as well due to the high seas.  Teddy will quickly exit to the north and east on Wednesday as it weakens and makes landfall over eastern Nova Scotia with winds gradually decreasing here through the day and clouds slowly clearing out. The bigger story for Wednesday will be the warmer weather with highs back into the low to mid 70s. This warm weather will hold through the late week and upcoming weekend along with increasing humidity under partly to mostly sunny skies. We are tracking the chance for some rain returning on Monday.

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