Impact weather: Maine gets more much needed rain, snow possible in mountains

Impact weather: Maine gets more much needed rain, snow possible in mountains

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thanks for checking in with means a total weather here on a Friday evening rain coming down in many communities, and it’s likely to pick up in intensity during the overnight hours. That means a wet start to the day tomorrow, but this storm is moving along at a faster clip, so therefore, I think it will be done by noontime tomorrow. In fact, we’ll probably see some sunshine before the afternoon is through. Here’s the view from above, though, is the frontal boundary has stalled area of low pressure developing along it rain coming down, But the clearing is already working its way into western New York state and that will nudge itself eastward here. Give it another 12 to 18 hours. Nevertheless, early tomorrow morning, there will be a period of heavy rain for the early risers and a flip to snow over some of the highest elevations. Here’s the clearing line, working its way in by late in the afternoon. Some of the highlights of the storm system high tide tomorrow, just before noon time, there may be some minor coastal flooding does not look to be a major event because of the wind direction coming down off the land. Rainfall total out at 1 to 2 inches in most areas, perhaps even higher amounts over the mountains and the highest elevations may see their first snow of the season sort of blanketing the highest peaks. With a little bit of snow on the backside, high temperatures tomorrow, chili in the mountains only in the upper thirties and Rangeley Portland topping out at 54 Sunday, no doubt about it. The better of the two weekend days for outdoor activities, sunshine and up near 60.

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Impact weather: Maine gets more much needed rain, snow possible in mountains

Maine is getting another round of beneficial rain Friday night into Saturday, with some snow possible across higher elevations.The rain will continue to fall through Friday night.A coastal low will move north overnight, bringing heavy rain to the area early Saturday morning between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m.The mountains could see 2 to 3 inches of rain, with 1 to 2 inches along the coast.The high terrain will see some wet snow with some minor accumulation possible.The storm will move out of the area quickly on Saturday.There will be a few lingering showers throughout the morning, but expect conditions to improve, with some clearing in the afternoon.

Maine is getting another round of beneficial rain Friday night into Saturday, with some snow possible across higher elevations.

The rain will continue to fall through Friday night.

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Saturday Storm

A coastal low will move north overnight, bringing heavy rain to the area early Saturday morning between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m.

The mountains could see 2 to 3 inches of rain, with 1 to 2 inches along the coast.

Projected rainfall totals

The high terrain will see some wet snow with some minor accumulation possible.

The storm will move out of the area quickly on Saturday.

There will be a few lingering showers throughout the morning, but expect conditions to improve, with some clearing in the afternoon.