Mainly clear this evening with increasing clouds overnight

Mainly clear this evening with increasing clouds overnight

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thanks for watching our meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas heading through the day on Saturday for Halloween. We got back into the forties for high temperatures, so not as cold as Friday, and we had that bright sunshine making for a pleasant day overall. But heading through the night into Sunday, it’s still going to be chilly. Not quite as cold, though we get back into the twenties and thirties, as opposed to the teens and twenties. But we’re also gonna see increasing clouds overnight, too, leaving us with mostly cloudy skies on Sunday and the opportunity for some rain showers because the a couple of scattered showers through the first part of the day, but then some steadier rains Sunday night and tomorrow will likely be a little bit warmer, too. With highs approaching the low fifties, Here’s what the storm tracker looks like clouds around tomorrow. Here’s a couple of those showers moving through during the day, and then a steadier batch of rain moves in Sunday evening and Sunday night. During the overnight hours into early Monday, we may see a changeover from rain to some snow or frozen precipitation, especially across the higher terrain and in the mountains where those temperatures will be just a bit colder behind this. We see gusty winds on Monday, and then Tuesday is gonna be a chilly day highs, mainly in the thirties. We could see a few flurries or a snow shower in some spots. So in the eight day forecast heading through these next several days, a bit unsettled to start the week and then a quiet end to the week with warmer temperatures is highs come closer to 60 degrees.

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Mainly clear this evening with increasing clouds overnight

How’s the weather looking for your weekend? Get your latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas.

How’s the weather looking for your weekend? Get your latest Maine’s Total Weather video forecast from Meteorologist Jacqueline Thomas.

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