Our warm, muggy pattern didn't stick around too long; it's a rather chilly, damp day across northern New England (from 80s to 60s in 24 hours is quite a drop!)
Low pressure to our east is contributing to a cool, northeast breeze, and pockets of showers are taking their sweet old time moving out of the region.
Weak high pressure will influence our weather pattern by tomorrow, so Friday will bring a brighter sky. An incoming front may trigger a few scattered showers in northernmost counties late on Friday, otherwise expect a dry day.
The weekend? Well.....not exactly pristine. A frontal boundary sagging into northern New England will bring a fair amount of cloud cover especially to northern counties on Saturday (with some passing showers likely too.) Disturbances riding along that front will produce some clouds with scattered showers for most of Maine for the remainder of the holiday weekend (Sunday and Monday.) Certainly not a wash-out, so most of the weekend will be dry-just be prepared to dodge a few raindrops from time-to-time, especially for northern neighborhoods.
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