After an interesting month filled with weather of crazy extremes today was "normal" for a change. High temperatures were right around seasonable conditions today in the 40s, and high pressure provided us with mostly sunny conditions. Things start to change tomorrow as our next weather maker heads our way for Sunday night. We also have a bit of a warm up to look forward to Tuesday and Wednesday.
Tonight - Clear skies, light winds, and chilly overnight lows. Temperatures will fall to right around 30 degrees.
Sunday - Sunny start to the day with increasing clouds in the afternoon. High temperatures will mostly be in the mid/upper 40s, but some places could hit the 50 degree mark. Western and southern Maine could see some rain/snow showers late in the day.
Sunday Night - Cloudy skies. Light snow showers will bring little to no accumulation to the southern half of the state. Best chance of seeing at least and inch or two of snow will be closer to the mountains.
Extended Forecast - The snow showers clear out early Monday morning. High pressure then starts to build in during the day. Monday and Tuesday both look nice and sunny. More clouds with rain showers Wednesday. Quiet weather to end the work week.