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After an Icy Sunday, Get Ready for the Cold

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After an icy Sunday, get ready for the chill

How is the weather looking up on your Sunday? Get the latest video total weather forecast for Maine from meteorologist T.D. McInerney.



Well done Sunday, all in on meteorologist Ted McInerney. We have a winter mix early this morning and afternoon. It will be a little icy on the area’s roads, sidewalks and driveways. Watch out for this in the early afternoon, but it heats up above freezing. In fact, a peek around the 78th hour looks roughly in the mid-30s and even higher. But then the cold front comes and we go down like a rock overnight. The weather will be cooler tomorrow. So let’s start today. 11:30 am. This purple color means a winter mixture of frost and snow in the north. We’re looking at sleet and freezing rain toward the coast and into the mid-coast regions and even Portland a bit of old-fashioned second-style rain in the 1 o’clock, but it’s done by 34. We could see some mountainous snow showers late tonight. You’re looking at roughly an inch to two inches in the mountains, and less than an inch of cryptic interior turning sunny and cooler tomorrow. 22. The highest temperatures in Portland on Monday with sunrise 10 in Greenville, these cold temperatures are about 10 degrees below normal. If you think that’s cold, it looks like it’s high seven for Tuesday at eight in Portland in Sanford, six below zero in Mosshead Lake in Greenville Zero in Bethel, that’s going to be a cold day Tuesday when you talk about that cold blast this week, Tuesday morning when Subzero temperature minus one. You’ll feel like you’re down 15 with the wind, sunny and seven. It’ll feel zero with the wind during Tuesday afternoons and it’ll be colder on Wednesday morning with the actual temperature being four degrees below depending on the wind, which can make it feel like it’s under 20. With Windchill, let’s take a look at our eight-day forecast. The good news is that the cold blast only lasts a day and a half because by Wednesday we’ll have some clouds here and into our mid-30s. By Thursday, we should keep an eye on the system from next Saturday night to Sunday, and they could bring us snow.

After an icy Sunday, get ready for the chill

How is the weather looking up on your Sunday? Get the latest video total weather forecast for Maine from meteorologist T.D. McInerney.

How is the weather looking up on your Sunday? Get the latest video total weather forecast for Maine from meteorologist T.D. McInerney.

How is the weather looking up on your Sunday? Get the latest video total weather forecast for Maine from meteorologist T.D. McInerney.

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