We are in a mode of New England forecasts today. Burlington earlier and now Lewiston.
At 115PM, ET, Lewiston was reporting a temperature of 51 degrees with overcast skies. Lewiston was merely seeing a lull in the action, as there was rain being reported and evidenced on radar all around them in downstate Maine. The rain is associated with an area of low pressure presently sitting over the Gulf of Maine, wrapping moisture back into northern New England.
The low off the coast is expected to sit still for the next 48 hours. Moisture will continue to be dragged ashore, however a northerly flow in Maine will cause most of the rain and clouds to be trapped in higher inland elevations. Lewiston will definitely be drier over the next two days, but it will still be fairly murky.
Tomorrow – Showers, High 58, Low 49
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy with some light rain, High 61, Low 49
TWC: Tomorrow – Showers High 55, Low 50
Tuesday – Showers High 58, Low 48
AW: Tomorrow = Windy and cool with on-and-off rain and drizzle High 58, Low 51
Tuesday – Variable cloudiness with a shower in the area, mainly later; breezy and cool High 60, Low 47
NWS: Tomorrow – Rain High 58, Low 49
Tuesday – A chance of showers. Cloudy High 59, Low 48
WB: Tomorrow – Rain. High 56, Low 49
Tuesday – Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of showers. High 59, Low 47