Shrinking Snowbanks

5:16 PM, Feb 13, 2013   |    comments
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Most of Maine, with the exception of Aroostook county, experienced temperatures above the freezing mark today, so we witnessed a fair amount of melting today. Over the next few days we won't expereince any major weather events, but our weather pattern will feature a few wrinkles, which includes...

Low pressure to our south on Thursday will track too far south to have much of an impact on our weather scene, so look for a mix of clouds and sun for Thursday. Friday will bring clouds along with rain and snow showers as low pressure movess our way.  Saturday will feature a shy sun with some additional rain and snow showers as low pressure continues to influences our pattern.

It still appears low pressure showing-up on the weather map on Sunday will track too far to our south to bring us any snow, although there is one source of guidance that still brings some snow to the region. So while it isn't likely, we will still keep an eye on the possibility for some flakes on Sunday.

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