Ehhh...so about those Spring temperatures. We seem to be lacking in that department today. Highs ran around ten degrees cooler than seasonable conditions and the gusty winds added a definite bite to the air. Tomorrow will still be breezy, but the wind will be coming out of the SW which will make things feel a bit better. Next week is looking milder, but we will have several chances of some wet weather as well.
Tonight - Clear skies and cold conditions. Lows will dip into the teens and 20s. Some clouds will start to move in from the west after midnight.
Sunday - Increasing clouds through the day. Breezy SW winds will help to bring in some milder temperatures. Just about everybody will have seasonable highs. Just the slight chance of some isolated showers during the afternoon.
Sunday Night - Cloudy skies and not as cold. Lows about 34-41 degrees. Some scattered showers are possible. Most places will be in the form of rain showers. The mountains and the Crown of Maine could have some snow showers. No accumulation expected.
Extended Forecast - Skies become partly cloudy Monday with highs warming into the 50s. Showers, more clouds, and milder temps Tuesday. The computer models do not agree with the extended forecast. The GFS is keeping wet weather in the forecast through the start of the weekend. However, the EURO keeps rain Wednesday-Friday just to our south and then gives us the chance of rain on Saturday. I am leaning towards the Euro forecast. The have still kept clouds and the chance of showers in the forecast Wed-Fri, but I think the best chance of seeing wet weather will be on Saturday. We will keep you updated with the latest information on this "lovely" period of unsettled weather.