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Weather Brief Nov 11, 2019

Midcoast Forecast - November 11, 2019 PM

We are gearing up for a round of winter weather that will begin Monday night and continue through much of Tuesday. Despite the long duration, impacts should be relatively minimal for the Midcoast. Low pressure tracking in from the west is lifting a warm front into New England with Maine on the colder side. Surface temperatures will drop near or below the freezing mark but the warm front will raise temperatures aloft above freezing. This setup will make for periods of sleet and freezing rain Monday night with pockets of light mix continuing through Tuesday morning. We'll see precipitation rates increase slightly during the midday hours Tuesday as low pressure moves through northern Maine, pulling a cold front in from the west. The mix will change to a period of snow Tuesday afternoon before coming to an end early Tuesday night. We'll see light icing accumulation followed by a trace to 2" of snow along the coast with higher snow totals inland.

Northwest winds will pick up Tuesday night and into Wednesday that will bring a push of the coldest air so far this season with lows dipping down into the teens, highs in the 20s, and wind chill values hitting the single digits. We'll see a gradual increase in temperatures through the late week and into the weekend with highs back near 40 by next Monday.

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