Well, I hope you've enjoyed our "winter weather break" as of late; we haven't had any snow to shovel, and the cold air has been pretty much absent especially considering the time of year. That is all going to change soon, as we've got a round of snow coming today and tonight-certainly not a big storm, but enough to mess up our roads again. Over the next 24 hours, low pressure sout of Boston will track east-northeast, close enough to swing some snow into Northern New England. A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted mostly for coastal communities, with the most snow expected in southernmost counties (click on the snow map for details.)
Looking ahead, the weather pattern is pretty tame for Martin Luther King Jr. Day; the big story as far as weather is concerned will be the return of COLD AIR this week. By midweek the usual colder spots in Maine will fall into the single numbers for daytime highs, with sub-zero readings at night.
Hope you have a fabulous weekend, whatever the weather brings!