After the recent gray stretch of weather, it will be nice to see some sunshine return. Both Wednesday and Thursday are looking nice here in the northeast with plenty of sun and milder temperatures in the upper 40s. After that, all eyes are on the track and intensity of our next storm which is slated to arrive late Friday and extend into Saturday. Based on today's forecast, the storm should take a track favorable for accumulating snow in southern Maine and New Hampshire. It's too early to determine how much, but a plowable snow may be in the cards. Snow should develop during the late afternoon or evening Friday. It will pile up Friday night into Saturday morning. Temperatures look marginal, therefore a change to mix or rain is possible during the morning Saturday. Any left over snow/wintry mix should come to an end during the afternoon Saturday. The second half of the weekend is looking brighter milder with highs returning into the upper 40s.
Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist
WEDNESDAY. Clearing and breezy. Milder with highs 44 to 50. NW winds 10 MPH.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clear. Lows 25 to 30.
THURSDAY: Sunny and pleasant. Highs 46 to 51.
Today's Record Temperatures