It's been another day featuring shrinking snowbanks, as much of Maine experienced temperatures above freezing. Temperatures will stay mild tomorrow, although we won't see much in the way of sunshine as clouds along with rain and snow showers will take over our skyline.
As we head into the weekend, expect some sunshine Saturday morning, with clouds moving into northern New England as the day progresses. Earlier this week the computer guidance we use to help forecast storms indicated that an area of low pressure would be too far to our south to bring snow to the region, but now we are seeing evidence in at least some of the computer models that low pressure will indeed track close enough to bring us some accumulating snow Saturday night and into the day on Sunday.
So obviously we have some uncertainty regarding the forcast story for the second half of the weekend; for now just keep in mind that there is some POTENTIAL for some snow Saturday night into Sunday. As the hours tick by we will be able to fine-tune the forecast, so keep checking-in with us!