Foggy start Tuesday, tracing mid-week rain showers

Foggy start Tuesday, tracing mid-week rain showers

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thank you for checking in with Mains. Total Weather. Our meteorologist, Sarah Long. We’ve got just a few scattered or isolated showers on Tuesday. Mawr so on Wednesday and then drying out and cooling down for the end of the week. So we head into Monday night and Tuesday morning, starting off clear. But then fog low clouds moving in overnight. So not a lot of you haven’t used the sunglasses for the morning commute on Tuesday, we may see some sunny breaks during the day Tuesday, but overall, I expect a lot more clouds around compared to what we had on Monday, and there may be a briefer isolated Sprinkle is we head through the afternoon as well. Some overnight showers Tuesday night and then Wednesday were dry until midday. A few early morning showers, then some dry hours up through lunchtime. But during the afternoon and evening, we’ve got another round of showers moving through, maybe even a rumble of thunder, and behind those we cool down. It is going to be blustery, cooler as we head into the end of the week rainfall in terms of totals here, this isn’t going to be a drench er, but we will pick up up to a half inch of rainfall in the mountains and foothills that again. It’s during the day on Wednesday, especially in the afternoon, and then south and closer to the coastline will pick up less than a quarter of an inch. Of course, we’d love to get some Maurin here a day forecast. We are looking at breezy conditions Tuesday with mawr clouds than son showers. Move in Wednesday and windy and cooler Thursday. Check out that low temperature Friday. That’ll be the chilliest morning of our season so far.

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Foggy start Tuesday, tracing mid-week rain showers

How’s the weather looking for your Monday evening? Get the latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Meteorologist Sarah Long.

How’s the weather looking for your Monday evening? Get the latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Meteorologist Sarah Long.

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