Forecast for Thursday into Friday morning
Clouds generated during Wednesday hang around for the overnight for most areas outside of the Allagash region. The coastal plain may pick up a light shower through early Thursday morning, but rain amounts are expected to be very low. Lows to start Thursday will be in the upper 20s for the far northwestern part of Aroostook, 30s to near 40° elsewhere.
Thursday starts off with varying amounts of clouds early, perhaps some clearing for a time with clouds on the increase through the afternoon. High temperatures range in the 50s for most, 60° possible for interior southwestern areas. Shorelines deal with the seabreeze which may pop a brief light shower in the afternoon.
A cold front passes through the region Thursday night into Friday morning. The mountains could see some snow shower activity, with a chance for a shower elsewhere. Overnight lows range from the upper 20s in the mountains, 30s for most, with 40° possible along the coast.
This cold front is one of the key table setters for the storm that impacts the region Friday night into Saturday.
Heavy, wet snow to impact interior areas