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A weak disturbance passes through Saturday
The upper low over eastern Quebec has shifted to the southeast and is pinwheeling disturbances through the region. Popcorn cumulous clouds are expected to develop over the region after a mainly clear start. High level cirrus associated with a frontal boundary offshore may dim the sun a bit over the coastal plain.
Saturday 2 PM to Sunday Midnight - As the weak disturbance sweeps through, it may touch off a quick pop-up shower or two, but the risk of rainfall is more of a miss than a hit later in the afternoon into the evening.
Temperatures make a run at the 70s most everywhere away from the shorelines. With high pressure in control for the day, the sea breeze is expected to kick up and cool the coastal communities and those nearby.
Rain holds off until late on Sunday
Sunday 2 PM to Monday 2 AM - A cold front approaches the region Sunday and clouds are expected to increase as it moves in. Most of the day stays dry. Outflow ahead of the front may pop an isolated shower toward evening across the region. A thunderstorm is possible over the mountains and Allagash region from late afternoon into early evening.
Rain could be heavy at times Sunday night into Monday as the approaching front taps into moisture from the south. Expect areas of fog and rain tapering to showers Monday morning, clearing out from west to east Monday afternoon. Use caution during travel for the commute.
Another decent rainfall is expected for the coastal plain, with lesser amounts expected north of the mountains. Locally higher amounts are expected in any areas of downpours.
Temperature outlook through Thursday
Spot shower activity remains a possibility for the mountains and north for Tuesday as the upper low gradually moves to the east. A ridge builds in from the west which brings a bit of warmer weather on the way later in the week. A cold front approaches the region late in the week and brings a chance for showers on Friday. Operational model ideas are widely scattered with ideas for Father Day weekend, expect a better idea on that by midweek.
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