It's been a fairly tame day across Eastern and Northern Maine today; we do have some clouds moving in our direction as we head into the evening hours. Northern Maine will stay mostly clear tonight, with clouds spreading across the rest of the state. Low pressure eventually tracking to our south wills swing some snow into southern and coastal communities, with 1-4" of snow possible in portions of York and Cumberland counties.
After the brush with snow, expect increasing amounts of sunshine with temperatures in the upper 20s to low 30s on Tuesday. A warm front moving our way will spread cloud cover across Maine as we head toward Tuesday evening, with a slick mix of light snow, sleet and freezing rain expected Wednesday morning. As the day progresses expect any light frozen precipitation to change to rain showers as mild air flows into our region on southerly breezes.
After a cloudy start on Thursday, a frontal boundary exiting the region will introduce colder, drier air-so expect increasing amounts of sunshine on Thursday with dropping temperatures later in the afternoon as colder air flows our way on west-northwest breezes.
Conditions will remain quiet through Friday and Saturday, with clouds and periods of light snow expected on Sunday.