A clear and cold night ahead

A clear and cold night ahead

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Well, thanks for watching a meteorologist, Jacqueline Thomas, heading through Saturday. We saw some rain for the first half of the day and some snow, especially up towards the mountains. This photo sent into us by Edwin Collins Jr. Taken in Rangeley this morning. So more of a Winter Wonderland type of scene as you headed north today, but otherwise now we’re seeing clear skies, and we’re gonna stay clear through the rest of the weekend. But we’re talking some cold temperatures as we head overnight tonight and into the day tomorrow, so lows drop back into the twenties and thirties. Tonight, high temperatures tomorrow get back into the upper fifties near 60 degrees, and it comes with plenty off sunshine. You’ll notice rain chances as we head through next week. There will be the opportunity for a couple of showers late Monday night on Tuesday and then again on Wednesday, but at this point, still kind of tough to pinpoint exactly when or where those showers will take place. But here’s what we’ve got over these next few days through Sunday. Plenty of sun. We’re seeing clear skies with high pressure in control. Then, as we head into Monday we get some increasing clouds, a partly cloudy day and you’ll notice a few showers starting to move in along the international border. I think the mountains could get some showers as we head through Monday evening and then again Wednesday or Tuesday and Wednesday. I should say we have a chance for more showers as well, but you’ll notice temperatures get back into the sixties. So not quite as cold. Those low temperatures also not quite as cold, either. Just a pretty seasonable stretch here as we head there next week.

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A clear and cold night ahead

How’s the weather looking for your Saturday? Get your latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas.

How’s the weather looking for your Saturday? Get your latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas.

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