Much milder air is heading in our direction, and will arrive during the day tomorrow. However, along with the mild air we will begin to see a light mix of light snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain showers during the overnight hours. Not everyone will experience icy streets, but some communities will have some slick spots to watch out for. In fact, there is a Winter Weather Advisory posted for late tonight into Wednesday morning because of the possibility of some icy roads early.
As the day progresses southerly winds will steer increasingly mild air into Maine which will take care of the icing porblem. The rest of the day will feature clouds, showers and balmy temperatures (along with some gusty southerly winds.)
Thursday will start with clouds, showers and mild temperatures, followed by a cold front sweeping through the region which will produce a brighter sky. Colder air sliding east behind the departing cold front means brisk temperatures will return for Friday.