Clouds will steadily increase from the southwest to northeast today as a storm system tracks into the Northeast. This system crosses tonight and tomorrow with mostly rain, although the northern and mountainous portions of the area will start as snow tonight and may have a wintry mix at some point Monday morning.
A gusty northwest wind filters into the area behind the system later Monday and Tuesday with falling temperatures. High pressure makes a brief appearance during the middle of the week, however the storm pattern remains active and uncertain with precipitation chances through the end of the week. Starting Monday night ...low pressure will be racing to the northeast into the maritimes, bombing out as it does so with the help of a sharp, negatively tilted trough aloft digging down the Saint Lawrence.
Coastal Waters Forecast courtesy of the National Weather Service Gray, ME: FZUS51 KGYX.
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