Quiet straight through Thanksgiving

2:21 PM, Nov 19, 2012   |    comments
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You know me...I have a real passion for weather. But not even I, the guy who writes online novels over a 3" snowstorm, can make this forecast interesting.

High pressure was in place all weekend, remains in place today and it will continue to dominate our weather through the work week.

Rest of today: Mostly sunny and quiet. High temperatures end up in the mid 40s for most with some upper 40s over southern Maine.

Tonight: Mostly clear and chilly. Not QUITE as cold as the last few nights however with more readings in the mid 20s as opposed to teens. The coastline should stay in the upper 20s.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny again, a bit warmer this time. Highs in the upper 40s to low 50s.

Wednesday: As a storm that's been spinning over the Atlantic for days reaches its closest pass to Maine, look for more cloud cover to spill into the state. In fact we will probably end up mostly cloudy through most of the day, high temperatures remain unchanged however.

Thursday: Sun. Turkey. Patriots by 21.

Our next chance of precipitation doesn't arrive until Saturday morning. Even then it should be a relatively weak disturbance bringing us snow showers and some mountain snow squalls.

As far as big storms go...I don't see anything.

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