A significant storm system is loosening it's grip on our weather scene, after producing 4-8" of snow across southernmost counties, along with wind gusts over 30 mph throughout much of Maine and New Hampshire. Coastal flooding was limited mostly to York and Cumberland counties at the time of high tide this morning (around 8 o'clock.)
As we head through the afternoon, the sky will brighten as drier air begins to flow into the region. The brightest sky will be witnessed to the north; as high pressure takes control of our weather pattern, sunshine will visit northern New England this weekend! It's been awhile since we've had a decent stretch of sunshine, and it's been far too long since we've had a weekend which didn't involve some sort of shoveling. Hope it's a good one for you! OH...and don't forget: turn your clocks ahead one hour Saturday night/early Sunday morning.