The debut of April of 2013 got off to a rather soggy start, with about a 1/4 inch of rain falling here in the Bangor area. The frontal boundary responsible for that rain is off to our east, but a secondary boundary continues to bring some cloud cover and scattered showers to northernmost New England as we head into the evening hours. Look for a drying trend tonight as the sky becomes partly cloudy, with a brisk westerly breeze kicking-in.
Tuesday and Wednesday will bring a bit of a split-state forecast, as clouds will be more common in northern counties, with more in the way of sunshine to the south. Low pressure will stay parked to our north through mid-week, which will keep the brisk westerly winds cranking.
High pressure will bring most of New England some sunshine for Thursday.