Dry Weather Continues Through the Weekend

Dry Weather Continues Through the Weekend

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

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thanks for checking in with main total, whether it’s a Friday evening and a pretty nice one as well. Temperatures staying on the mild side through the overnight we drop back into the fifties could be some areas of fog developing along coastal communities. And tomorrow, any fog or clouds give way to partly to mostly sunny skies as the day progresses. Afternoon temperature is very similar to what we did today, that being up close to 70 degrees. Here’s the view from above. Not much happening. There’s a warm front that’s been lifting northward, but not a whole lot of fanfare with it. Our next chance for rain is a cold front still off to our west, with some showers out ahead of it. Mild temperatures through the weekend and humidity levels are also likely to tick upward, especially during the day on Sunday and lingering into Monday eight oclock Saturday morning. Here’s where we’re concerned about perhaps, um, early morning fog or low clouds. It thins out by lunchtime, but tomorrow night, with the mugginess increasing, the fog likely toe once again come ashore 50 degrees for low temperature in Portland, Bethel and Freiburg. Very uniformed temperatures overnight and high temperatures on Saturday. Looking at mid to upper seventies through the lakes region. Low seventies from Portland down to Portsmouth and upper sixties down along the mid coast, Here’s a check of the next eight days.

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Dry Weather Continues Through the Weekend

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

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

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

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