Wednesday warm up, winds and waves subside

Wednesday warm up, winds and waves subside

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Okay, Thank you for checking in with mains. Total weather on meteorologist Sarah Long. We’ve got some wind and waves continuing right into Wednesday morning. Brighter and warmer, though. Wednesday and those winds and waves will start to relax a bit as the hurricane continues off to our north and east, a stretch of false seventies to talk about as well. So as Hurricane Teddy moves by to our east, we’ve got large breaking waves and that’s right at the coastline. Splash over erosion and flooding near the time of high tide and the next high tide here early Wednesday morning. And that will be, I think, the last one where you have to really worry about any flooding concerns. So coastal flood warning continuing right through Wednesday morning. So Hurricane Teddy slated Thio make land follow over Nova Scotia as we head through late Wednesday morning, and as it continues to pull off to the north and east, we’re going to see the clouds continue to pull away during the day Wednesday, the winds will start to lighten up in those seas will start to come down as well, so heading through Wednesday, increasing sun will be the rule but also increasing temperatures. We will start off in the fifties in the morning, much warmer than the last couple of mornings, and we’ll make it into the seventies with some sun for the afternoon. So high temperatures. This is for Wednesday. Climbing into the seventies mid seventies for many lower seventies in the mountains and foothills, son and seventies hanging on right into the weekend. Increasing clouds on Sunday with some showers to start off next week.

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Wednesday warm up, winds and waves subside

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

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

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