Monthly Archives: December 2016

More snow for Maine New Year’s Eve

A Caution Flag For Holiday Celebrations Saturday starts off partly to mostly sunny for the state. Clouds begin to increase in the afternoon with snow developing over the region by mid-evening. There is enough moisture and energy with this clipper where slick travel statewide is likely overnight into Sunday morning. While Friday was warmer for […]

Nor’Easter to bring heavy snow, wind to Maine Thursday

Significant Storm On The Way A strong storm will develop off the Mid-Atlantic coast on Thursday. The storm will rapidly intensify, bringing heavy snow for much of interior Maine Thursday night into early Friday. Strong wind, high surf, storm surge, along with astronomical high tides appear to batter the coastline late evening. There may even […]

A Calm Wednesday Before A Major Nor’Easter Thursday

A Powerful Storm Likely To Round Out The Year A weak shortwave trough works through the state on Wednesday, giving the region a cooler day, but with a mix of sun and clouds as cooler air creates a bit of instability. Clouds increase early Thursday before what appears to be a formidable storm on the […]

Light Snow & Rain For Saturday, More Snow & Rain For Monday

Shovels Can Take A Break For Christmas A rather unstable pattern continues for the state as it appears through the next week as there are a few opportunities for precipitation. Saturday’s feature in on track to be light, where the front on Monday into Tuesday appears to have a bit more juice to it. A […]

A Pleasant Friday, Light Snow and Rain Saturday, Stormy Monday

A 50/50 Holiday Weekend All in all it won’t be a bad weekend. High pressure gives Friday a decent early winter day. A weak disturbance rolls through on Saturday with less moisture than the one on Thursday. Christmas Sunday is coming in a bit cooler, but appears sun abundant for most areas. Clouds increase late […]

Light Snow For Maine Thursday And Saturday, Storm Possible Monday

The forecast discussed over the past couple of days appears to be holding up well. Only change is for Saturday as a frontal boundary will drop through the region with a bit more moisture than what was previous thought, but impact will be minimal on the overall weekend forecast. Folks traveling this weekend should keep […]

Warmer Wednesday; Light Snow Thursday; Christmas Weekend Weather Update

The First Day Of Winter As of 5:44 AM Wednesday, the winter solstice astronomically begins, and no huge surprise to see a couple chances for snow in the forecast for the state through early next week. Once again, we’ll see temperatures nudge up a bit more closer to normal for Wednesday. After a day of […]

A Warmer Tuesday; Storm Likely Thursday; Holiday Weekend Questionable

Temperatures Heading North The good news is temperatures are slowly on the increase after a bitter cold start on Tuesday. Thursday appears to be the last stormy hurdle before the start of the holiday weekend. While Saturday appears fair at this point, models are acting a bit strange as to what happens with a storm […]

A Cold Monday For Maine; Stormy End To The Week

January In December Continues Until Late Week At this point we can all catch our breaths after the weather roller coaster ride of the last few days. We’ll be able to see our breath as we head out the door for a couple of days, but shovels can take a break until late week. After […]

Freezing Rain To Impact Maine Sunday

SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE ON FACEBOOK ► CLICK HERE An Icy Mess For Areas Away From The Shorelines For those that have followed this column all week, none of this should be a surprise to you. Forecast guidance has latched onto the idea that I have been mentioning for the past few days that cold air is […]