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Weather Brief Jan 14, 2020

Midcoast Forecast - January 14, 2020 PM

After seeing a dusting of snow and some freezing drizzle late Monday, clouds have remained for Tuesday holding highs in the 20s to low 30s. Our weather will stay active with another round of winter weather moving in Tuesday night. A weak area of low pressure will through overnight that will bring a round of light snow and freezing drizzle resulting in an additional light coating of accumulation. The combination of light snow and freezing drizzle will make for slick spots Wednesday morning as precipitation comes to an end. We'll see the return of some sun Wednesday that will rebound temperatures to the upper 30s to near 40 before clouds build back in late in the day. Our weather pattern stays active as stronger area of low pressure moves through New England on Thursday with a better chance for snow that could result in around 1 to 3 inches of accumulation with periods of rain mix possible along the immediate coast with 2 to 5 inches inland. This will be followed by clearing and cooling Friday as highs drop into the teens with lows into the single digits to near 0. The cold air will set the stage for another round of snow which looks to serve up the greatest accumulation for the upcoming week. This will begin after dark on Saturday and continue into Sunday morning with early estimates of 4 to 8 inches possible with lesser totals along the coast where rain may mix in. We'll clear out for the early week as another blast of cold air settles in.

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