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    Wednesday Feb 06, 2013 | 11:06 am

    Major snowstorm Friday night and Saturday morning

    The morning maps are flying in and indications are growing that a significant snowstorm is on the way for parts of Maine Friday and Friday night in Saturday morning.  Right now timing is such that the snow will break out across the area during the early afternoon Friday.  All of this, including the timing of the snow, is subject to refinement later today and Thursday.  Once the snow starts it […]

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    Tuesday Feb 05, 2013 | 8:43 am

    Late week storm could bring significant snow (or just flurries)

    Across the state of Maine the weather looks quiet for the next several days with just the chance for a few flurries overnight and early Wednesday.  Temperatures will remain cold, but not bitter as a northwest flow of air from Canada continues. You may have heard of a potential storm for Friday.   Over the past several years our computer models have gotten better, but not perfect at long-range forecasting. […]

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  • Sunday Feb 03, 2013 | 3:15 pm

    No big snow again this weekend, so what about the rest of winter?

    Weather is highly variable from place to place and of all the weather variables snow is one of the least consistent. Depending on where you are in New England this winter your total snow thus far could be within an inch of normal or as much as 66% below normal. It is becoming more evident that the winter of 2012-2013 is not going to be a blockbuster snowy one. However, […]

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    Thursday Jan 31, 2013 | 4:44 am

    Wind and rain this morning, clearing this afternoon

    Howling winds kept temperatures at spring-like levels all night.   Portland and most of Maine have seen temperatures in the 50s since late yesterday afternoon.  Last night, I was able to turn off the heat and sleep with the windows wide open.   This extreme weather in January gets all sorts of mixed reactions for sure, I personally love the break. I actually left several of my plants that were […]

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    Wednesday Jan 30, 2013 | 2:06 pm

    Warmer weather to bring rain and gusty winds

    Temperatures are now into the 40s across most of southern Maine and will be heading even higher.  Dense fog is still an issue especially over some of the inland valleys.  Our warm temperatures will even get warmer overnight as many spots will rise to near 50F!  I expect much of the light snow cover along the coastal plane to be gone by morning.  The other piece to our weather story […]

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    Monday Jan 28, 2013 | 3:02 pm

    Deep freeze breaks with a fast moving messy weather system

    AFTERNOON UPDATE: Snow is now falling across much of southern Maine and will spread northward this afternoon. Already the roads are becoming slippery from Sanford to Windham and into Portland.  The green areas below on the radar show the heavier bands of snow as of about 3 PM this afternoon.  These bands will continue to move north for the rest of the day. As I was walking across the campus […]

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    Saturday Jan 26, 2013 | 10:50 am

    Some snow before it turns milder next week

    If you remember last weekend it was quite mild.  During Sunday several places reached 50F.  Later that evening, the temperature fell below 32F.  Since then we have been in the deep freeze.  A week of temperatures at or below zero at night while certainly not unprecedented hasn’t happened in several years. The cold weather has been difficult for those who need to be outside for work. The frost has gone […]

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    Thursday Jan 24, 2013 | 4:36 pm

    Cold hangs tough, but worst is almost over

    The core of the cold snap is now cresting over southern Maine and temperatures this afternoon rose to the middle and upper teens over southern areas and approached 10F to the north.  As night falls clouds will melt away and this will allow temperatures to fall once again to sub-zero readings.  Temperatures last night fell below zero from Portland to Augusta. Even southern York County saw temperatures of one degree […]

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    Wednesday Jan 23, 2013 | 9:31 am

    Coldest of the cold for the next twenty-four hours

    January is typically the coldest month across the area and today may very well end up as the coldest day of the winter.  Arctic air is now firmly entrenched.  Wind chill warnings and advisories are posted for areas away from the coast.  Warnings are posted when wind chills can be as cold at 48 below zero. Advisories are posted for wind chills as low as 23 below zero.   I’ll […]

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