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SJV Weather for December 5-11, 2018

Wednesday will feature plenty of sunshine in the morning followed by another cold night, but increasing cloudiness will keep overnight lows in the single digits Wednesday night as a weak front approaches and crosses the region with some snow showers for Thursday and Friday. High pressure builds in for the weekend with partly cloudy and quite cold conditions through Tuesday. No major systems are in sight through the middle of next week.

Daily Weather Summary

Wednesday, December 5: High: upper 10s. Low: 5 to 10 above.
Mostly clear in the morning with light west/southwest winds 0 to 5 mph. Wednesday night, increasing clouds south/southwest winds near calm.

Thursday, December 6: High: mid-20s. Low: mid-10s.
Cloudy with a 40 percent chance for snow showers, especially in the afternoon/evening. South winds 0 to 5 mph. Thursday night, cloudy with a 50 percent chance for snow showers. Southwest winds 0 to 7 mph.

Friday, December 7: High: low 20s. Low: 0 to 5 above.
Overcast in the morning with a 40 percent chance for snow showers. Northwest winds 8 to 14 mph. Friday night, mostly-to-partly cloudy with northwest winds 0 to 7 mph.

Saturday, December 8: High: low 10s. Low: near 0.
Partly sunny with west winds to 7 mph. Saturday night, Partly cloudy and cold with west winds 0 to 7 mph.

Sunday, December 9: High: mid-10s. Low: near 5 above.
Partly cloudy with west winds 0 to 7 mph. Sunday night, partly cloudy with west winds to 7 mph.

Monday, December 10 High: low 20s. Low: low 10s.
Partly cloudy early with some increased cloudiness later. Northwest winds to 7 mph. Monday night, partly cloudy with northwest winds 0 to 7 mph.

Tuesday, December 11: High: low 20s. Low: near 10.
Partly cloudy with northwest winds 0 to 7 mph. Partly cloudy with west/northwest winds 0 to 7 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.

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