A clear and cold night as winds diminish.

A clear and cold night as winds diminish.

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thanks for checking in with Mains. Total weather here on a Thursday evening, another frost advisory in effect, and tonight it extends all the way down to the coastline. Of course, inland areas have already seen an end to their growing season. Check of the forecast for the next 24 hours clear cold. Tonight, those gusty winds will diminish, especially after midnight sunshine from start to finish tomorrow. Not as windy with afternoon temperatures, most areas in the upper fifties you can see the wind here. It has all been in response to an area of low pressure to our northeast high pressure building in from the West, and ultimately the high takes over. So that’s why we’re dry tomorrow and not as windy. Ah, warm front then lifts northward during the nighttime hours, and that will boost temperatures here on Saturday into the seventies. Here, you can see on the next couple of days nine o’clock tomorrow morning, scattered clouds out there. Here’s the warm front and that make produce, um, showers tomorrow night up in the mountains but not expecting anything closer to the coast Saturday, it’s partly to mostly sunny skies, with a cold front approaching This could trigger some showers or thunderstorms in the mountains and ultimately brings us even colder air back in on Sunday. Overnight lows. Tonight you could see 33 in Farmington, Auburn, Portland down to about 35 still a chance of frost in some of the coastal communities. High temperatures tomorrow 50 and Rangeley but closer to 60 in the greater Portland area. Eight day forecast. Then mountain showers on Saturday, much colder. Upper fifties on Sunday. Sunny drying in the fifties again on Monday.

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A clear and cold night as winds diminish.

How’s the weather looking for your Thursday evening? Get the latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Chief Meteorologist Roger Griswold.

How’s the weather looking for your Thursday evening? Get the latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Chief Meteorologist Roger Griswold.

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