For A Couple Days Next Week, It’ll Feel A Whole Lot Warmer In Maine
It already feels like winter has settled in Maine for months now. Frigid temperatures, a few snowstorms and the sun going down at 4pm are all signs that we won't be feeling that outdoor warmth for quite some time. Unless you consider mid-50's to warm, in which case, you're in luck because Monday and Tuesday next week look WARM.
After an entire week of cold temps and snow-filled forecasts, Maine should legitimately feel a short term warmup. Both days are likely to be filled with rain showers, but the temperatures, specifically on Monday, should end up being an odd 24-hour abnormality. Parts of Maine should see highs right around 50 degrees and the lows overnight will be in the mid-40's. Tuesday should be even warmer with the highs, topping out in the mid-50's. Between the rain and the temperature anomaly, that snow in your driveway probably doesn't stand a chance past Tuesday.
Keep those tank tops and shorts in storage though because forecast models are calling for another snow event (or two) and a sharp decrease in temperatures for the remainder of next week.