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NEWS CENTER Maine Weather Forecast

Cold this weekend with multiple storm chances next week

One of the coldest nights this season is on the way tonight as temperatures slide into the single digits in northern and central Maine. The coast and southern inland areas will stay in the teens.

Cold air sticks around on Saturday. A few flurries or snow showers are possible in the afternoon and evening, but impacts will be minor. Highs will only be in the 30s.

There will be more sunshine on Sunday, but that will not help much with temperatures. It stays in the 30s through the day.

Monday's weather will be dictated by a storm tracking to our west, putting us squarely in the warm sector.

In other words, it will be mild before rain begins to fall later in the afternoon and evening.

On Tuesday, it will be cold and blustery. This cold front is also going to be the catalyst for colder air to take hold in Maine out ahead of Wednesday's storm.

As we get closer, trends are in favor of accumulating snow across inland areas on Wednesday. There is still a lot of uncertainty and I expect changes as we get closer, but for now, that's the storm to keep an eye on if you're a skier.

Have a great weekend.