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

Plenty of clouds with a chance for showers.

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

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This is means total, whether it’s early on a Tuesday morning, and in the end, the clouds will win out today. If you’re lucky enough to see any glimpses of sunshine this morning, they’ll be fairly short lived. Mostly cloudy skies and the chance for showers midday in the mountains, working their way toward the coastline by the late afternoon and evening hours. Frontal boundary to our west this morning is a stationary front, meaning it’s not making much headway off to the east. It’ll ultimately slipped through is a cold front and lift back north is a warm front, but until it’s out of here and that may take another day or so, we’re gonna be stuck with a good deal of clouds. Here, you can see the cloudiness this morning. Rain showers to our north, work their way toward the mountains by lunchtime and what’s left of the activity along the coastline by late this afternoon. Check in the next eight days on Wednesday. Tomorrow, a chance for showers early, then warmer air surges in. I think Thursday is the pick of the week, with sunshine upper sixties and lower seventies not out of the possibility, especially seventies inland, closer to the coastline, especially the midcoast. A little bit cooler Friday looks good as well, cooler but dry taking into another weekend.

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Plenty of clouds with a chance for showers.

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

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

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

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