MAINE, USA — As the remnants of Ian move east of New England and high pressure moves in from the north, you can expect the wind to pick up today. It will be incredibly windy if you are at the coast, with gusts of more than 25 to 30+ mph at times.
There will also be big waves with 4 to 7-foot breakers, the highest along the southern coast today.
According to the latest forecast, Monday will see even bigger waves, with more than 5 feet for York County.
This afternoon, a gale warning is up until 5 o'clock for much of the Maine coastline.
The wind lessens considerably tonight as high pressure moves in from the north. That will make for quite a chilly overnight into tomorrow, and the growing season is in danger of ending, even along the coastline.
Freeze warnings are up inland with frost advisories for Downeast.
Mid and Southern Coast could see the frost advisories expand to those locations. Regardless, bringing in pets and cover plants is a good idea.