It was a decent start to the weekend today with inland locations seeing seasonable conditions. A southerly flow held temperatures back at the coast, but it was still beautiful. High pressure will remain offshore tomorrow and an approaching warm front will bring us more clouds from the SW during the afternoon. That warm front will lift through on Monday and bring us showers and some thunderstorms. This front will stall out and be the main focus of our weather for much of the upcoming week bringing us several chances of showers.
Tonight - Very chilly temperatures are expected in far northern Maine where there is a freeze warning and a frost advisory issued. Temperatures won't be as cold as you move south due to cloud cover. Any isolated showers out there this evening will come to an end overnight.
Sunday - Partly sunny skies and the chance of some isolated showers. Overall a nice day even though we will see more clouds. Temperatures will be in the 50s at the coast. Inland locations warm into the 60s.
Extended Forecast - Mostly cloudy conditions and the chance of showers and thunderstorms Monday. Southern parts of the state could see some very warm temperatures depending on how quickly that warm front lifts through. That front will sag back to the south Tuesday. Skies will still be cloudy and the best chance of showers that day will be in the southern half of the state. Waves of energy along this front will bring us more showers Wednesday and Thursday. The last of the showers should push through Friday clearing us out in time for next weekend.