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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
36
Overcast
Monday-
MOSTLY SUNNY
43
36
0%
43
36
MOSTLY SUNNY
Precipitation0%
Wind7mph WSW
Humidity61%
UVLow
Tuesday-
RAIN
48
22
60%
48
22
RAIN
Precipitation60%
Wind11mph ENE
Humidity79%
UVLow
Wednesday-
COLDER WINDY
30
12
40%
30
12
COLDER WINDY
Precipitation40%
Wind16mph WNW
Humidity65%
UVLow
Thursday-
SNOW/MIX AT NIGHT
35
29
0%
35
29
SNOW/MIX AT NIGHT
Precipitation0%
Wind14mph WNW
Humidity51%
UVLow
Friday-
SNOW AND RAIN
38
28
0%
38
28
SNOW AND RAIN
Precipitation0%
Wind10mph W
Humidity59%
UVLow
Saturday-
MOSTLY SUNNY
45
28
40%
45
28
MOSTLY SUNNY
Precipitation40%
Wind9mph NNW
Humidity65%
UVLow
Sunday-
A SNOW SHOWER
40
17
10%
40
17
A SNOW SHOWER
Precipitation10%
Wind14mph WNW
Humidity57%
UVLow
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation70%
Wind2mph SSE
Humidity88%
UVLow
Visibility7 miles
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Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


ACTIVE NOVEMBER PATTERN CONTINUES

The next in the series of storms is moving in overnight. Here's what to expect.

TIMING: Coastal rain and inland mix/snow arrive midnight through 4AM Tuesday. Precip ends during the afternoon Noon to 4PM Tuesday.

TYPE COAST: Rain
TYPE INLAND 15-30 MILES: Wintry Mix To Rain.
TYPE HILLS AND MOUNTAINS: Mostly snow.

HOW MUCH: Snow totals Hills And Mountains will range from a coating to 6"+. See map below. 0.75" to 1.5" of rain expected for the rest of us.

WIND: Winds won't be too much of an issue during the day Tuesday: SE winds 10 to 20 MPH with gusts over 20 MPH. Winds will become more of an issue Tuesday night and more so Wednesday. Gusts 30 to 40 MPH are are expected Wednesday. Wind chills will be in the upper single digits and teens.

Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Northern Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, and Coos Counties 4AM -7PM Tuesday.
Winter Weather Advisory: Southern Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, Coos, and northern Carroll Counties 4AM-7PM Tuesday.

**Another item of concern will be any left over wet surfaces freezing up Tuesday night. Good news is winds will hopefull dry up roads before that happens.

We'll get a break between systems with unusually cold temperatures Wednesday and Thursday. The next storm should arrive late Thursday night and extend through Friday. With cold air in place, that one as a better chance to bring snow area wide. Stay tuned.

Charlie Lopresti-Chief Meteorologist



MONDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds with rain and inland/mountain mix/snow developing. Lows in the 20s.

TUESDAY: Rain and mountain snow. Windy. Highs will range from 40s coast to 30s inland. SE winds 10 to 20 MPH with higher gusts.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Clearing, windy and colder. Lows in the 20s. Any left over standing water will freeze up.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny, windy, and cold. Highs in the 20s. Wind chills upper single digits and teens.

SUNRISE
06:31:36 am
SUNSET
04:18:59 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High67
F
Record Low11
F