St. John Valley weather for Nov. 1-7
High pressure will bring partly cloudy to mostly clear skies to the Valley Wednesday morning. Clouds increase as the day progresses as a low-pressure system near the Great Lakes lifts a warm front across the region, producing a chance for showers by early Thursday. Rain continues Thursday afternoon into Friday as a cold front moves through the region. Canadian high pressure introduces much colder air and partly cloudy skies for Saturday and Sunday as it moves across the region. Sunday night, an approaching cold front brings some snow showers to northern Maine which transition to rain showers by Monday afternoon. Showers continue into Tuesday morning before skies gradually clear over the course of the day as another ridge of high pressure builds in.
Daily Weather Summary
Wednesday, November 1: High: low 40s. Low: low 30s. Day: Partly cloudy early, then becoming mostly cloudy later. West winds 5-10 mph. Night: Increasing clouds in the evening then overcast after midnight. 50 percent chance for rain with less than one-tenth inch expected. Southeast winds 0-5 mph.
Thursday, November 2: High: upper 40s. Low: mid-40s. Day: Cloudy with rain likely in the morning and afternoon. 90 percent chance for rain with one-quarter to one-half inch possible. Southeast winds become southerly 5-10 mph. Night: Cloudy with a 90 percent chance for periods of rain/light rain. Between one-quarter and one-half inch total rainfall expected. Southeast winds 10-15 mph.
Friday, November 3: High: low 50s. Low: near 30. Day: Cloudy with a 70 percent chance for showers with between one-quarter and one-half inch possible. Southwest winds 10-15 mph. Night: Mostly cloudy skies early then partly cloudy skies after midnight. Northwest winds 10-15 mph.
Saturday, November 4: High: upper 30s. Low: low 20s. Day: Partly cloudy with northwest winds 10-15 mph. Night: Partly cloudy to mostly clear with northwest winds 0-5 mph.
Sunday, November 5: High: upper 30s Low: near 30. Day: Partly cloudy with increasing clouds in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy in the evening. Southeast winds 5-10 mph. Night: Mostly cloudy with a chance for rain/snow showers late. Chance for precipitation 20 percent. Southeast winds 5-20 mph.
Monday, November 6: High: upper 40s. Low: mid-40s. Day: Mostly cloudy to overcast with a 40 percent chance for showers/light rain. Rainfall totals between one-tenth and one-quarter inch possible. South winds 10-15 mph. Night: Cloudy with rain showers. South winds around 10 mph.
Tuesday, November 7: High: mid-40s. Low: mid-20s. Day: Showers in the morning then gradual clearing after noon. Chance for precipitation 30 percent. Southwest winds 10-15 mph. Night: Partly cloudy then becoming mostly clear with Southwest winds around 5 mph.
Note: Computer model precision diminishes the further into the week the forecast projects. Check the Fiddlehead Focus for weather updates with more current information.
The Week Ahead is the work of UMFK Professor Joseph E. Becker based on personal weather station data, various computer forecast models, and information that the National Weather Service, NOAA, and other weather resources provide.