Rain will move into the area overnight tonight and linger throughout the day tomorrow. The highest amounts will be throughout the central portions of the state, with about 1 to 2 tenths of an inch, which isn't very much anyway. Northern regions will be pretty much untouched besides some clouds. Southern regions near the border can expect a few sprinkles, but barely any measurable precipitation.
Temperatures will rise into the high-mid 60s throughout most of the state. Western mountains will only reach upper 50s to low 60s, while areas near the southern border of NH will see 70s.
Overnight, temperatures will fall into the 50s for the southern half of the state, while the northern half will drop into the 40s.
Summer-like conditions return
The sun returns on Thursday, bringing temperatures up to seasonable for this time of year! However, dewpoints will linger in the 30s, so it will be dry. Remember to check mainefireweather.org for the latest fire class rating for your area!
Temperatures will fall into the 50s statewide overnight.
A cold front will approach the region Friday, bringing a chance of thunderstorms and windy conditions. Friday is expected to be the warmest and muggiest day this week, fueling the thunderstorm potential in the afternoon and evening hours. The front will push through on Saturday, bringing more widespread showers which will linger into Sunday. Expect a cool-down to begin the week, with temperatures in the 60s and low 70s statewide.
As some dry weather works back into our forecast, it's always important to remember how to be safe when there's a fire weather risk. As we begin to head into summer, bonfires become a popular family activity. However, it's important to pay attention to when dry weather may return and a simple bonfire may pose a greater risk.
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