Apex Weather
3 months ago
SJV Weather for Monday, Feb. 13-Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017
Intense low pressure in the Gulf of Maine Monday will produce blizzard conditions in portions of southern Maine with the SJV receiving around 4-6 inches of accumulation along with gusty winds. High pressure brings partly cloudy skies to the Valley Tuesday with increasing clouds Wednesday morning as another low pressure develops in the Gulf of Maine and produces another round of snow for coastal and central Maine with lesser snowfall amounts expected in northern Maine based on current model data. Snow tapers off in Fort Kent and Frenchville Thursday night, with snow showers lingering Friday across the Valley. High pressure builds in for the weekend with more seasonable temperatures and partly cloudy/partly clear skies.
4 months ago
The Week Ahead—SJV Weather for Monday, January 23 – Sunday, January 29, 2017
High pressure and partly cloudy skies Monday will give way to increasing clouds Monday evening and overcast skies Tuesday morning as a low-pressure center moves up the East Coast into the Gulf of Maine. Snow is expected to start Tuesday morning and continue into Tuesday evening with 4-8 inches possible before warmer air aloft allows sleet to mix in with the snow Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Steady snow tapers to snow showers Wednesday morning with snow showers persisting into Thursday. Weak upper disturbances along with moisture aloft will keep mostly cloudy skies across the Valley through Sunday.
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