It's finally December, and it feels like it. Bitterly cold out there this morning. Northern parts of the state that had clear skies last night are seeing temperatures in the single digits. Southern parts are seeing temperatures in the low 20s, which is still cold. The highs today will make it into the upper 20s and low to mid 30s. We'll see snow showers throughout the day. The snow doesn't look like it'll accumulate much, if at all. Maybe one inch in some spots. It'll stay cloudy throughout the day. Winds will be out of the North and Northeast at 5-10 mph making temperatures feel even colder than they are.
Overnight we'll see the show showers continue and change to freezing rain in some spots as temperatures actually warm up in our area with the warm front that will be coming through. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for much of the western portion of Maine and for most of New Hampshire as well. Please be careful driving as you may encounter some slick spots on the road. Winds will shift and be out of the Southeast at around 5-10 which will help to filter in that warm air that I think most of us are excited for.
Tomorrow temperatures will be much warmer with highs making it into the mid to upper 40s and low 50s. We will see rain showers as a weak cold front move though the area. Temperatures will stay mild as the clouds stick around for the evening hours. Winds will be fron the South around 10 mph.
The work week looks great with highs Monday and Tuesday making it into the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Have a great Saturday :) Don't forget our annual Coats For Kids drive is today. You can drop off a gently used coat or toy for someone in need.