Southern Snow, Then Sunshine

4:23 PM, Mar 6, 2013   |    comments
Steve McKay
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We are continuing our journey through dreary weather conditions, but there is some sunlight ahead in our forecast as we head toward the weekend.

A low pressure system which will pound parts of the northeast with plenty of snow and wind will be tracking to our south over the next 24 to 36 hours.  The best chance for accumulating snow in Maine will be limited to York county, with a chance for some light snow and rain along the coast and as far inland as the Bangor region.  Northernmost Maine will likely witness some sunny breaks on Thursday, with a brighter sky developing for all of Maine on Friday as low pressure tracks away to our east. Behind that low high pressure will FINALLY take control of our weather pattern, so sunshine will fill our sky by Saturday. Much of the weekend will feature a fair amount of sunshine, with clouds returning as we head into the new work-week.

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