Sunny but cool Sunday

Sunny but cool Sunday

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thanks for watching a meteorologist, Jacqueline Thomas, heading through the first half of our weekend. We saw the clouds, and also the mild temperatures to highs on Saturday reached the sixties across most of the area. So we held on to some warmer air. But now the colder air is moving in. So first thing Sunday morning, we’re looking at temperatures sitting in the thirties, a cold start to our day, and it’s going to be a cooler day. Overall to high temperatures will be roughly 10 to 15 degrees colder than what we saw Saturday, with highs on Sunday closer to 50 degrees towards the coast forties. As you head further inland, you’ll notice rain. Chances do increase, though after Sunday Monday, some showers move through and we could see a few opportunities for lingering showers towards the middle of our week. So here’s what the storm tracker looks like. We’re seeing mainly clear skies for the second half of our weekend, so we do get a brighter and sunnier day on Sunday. But it just comes with that colder air, and then as we head into Monday, the clouds build back in again. And here comes some showers as we head through Monday morning and into Monday afternoon, the showers arrive, and even some of the mountains the higher terrain in northern parts of the state could see a few snowflakes from this is well. As we head towards Monday evening, lingering showers come to an end, but we still hold onto the clouds and the possibility for a couple of showers on Tuesday. So in the eight day forecast, a bit of an unsettled pattern here. As we head through the first half of next week, you’ll notice the cool temperatures also stick around with highs most of the week, mainly in the forties.

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Sunny but cool Sunday

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

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

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