Dry weather across the region today as a high pressure system crests overhead with clouds building as the day progresses.
The next storm up is on Tuesday - perfectly timed to bring on the water for the morning ride. But while it is wet, most of the heavy rain may fall over the fish with this storm.
Parts of Maine could see some wintry weather Tuesday. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon for parts of Aroostook, Franklin, Penobscot, Piscataquis and Somerset counties, with several inches of snow and ice accumulation possible.
High temperatures max out in the lower 40s south and the mid to upper 30s north. High pressure slides off to our east tonight as the next weather system approaches from the west.
Lows will drop into the mid 30s south and upper 20s to low 30s north. Low pressure moves across New England tomorrow bringing rain to the region.
There is the potential precipitation to begin as freezing rain across higher elevations at the onset. Rain continues throughout the day on Tuesday before tapering off Tuesday night as the low pressure systems pivots into the Gulf of Maine.
Lows tomorrow night will bottom out in the 30s across the area. A cold front will push across the New England on Wednesday, bringing with it the chance of rain and snow showers to the north.
This cold front is expected to stall over southern New England late in the day. Highs will range from the upper 30s north to upper 40s south. Stalled front will remain overhead on Thursday, keeping the threat of showers in the forecast.
Front remains stalled over the region on Friday. Expecting partly cloudy skies with highs only reaching into the low 30s south and low 20s north. An area of high pressure noses into the region Friday night.
Looking ahead to the weekend, high pressure shifts offshore on Saturday as a cold front approaches from the northwest. Clouds increase as the day goes on after a mostly sunny start. Highs reach into upper 20s to low 30s. More details on the exclusive Early Warning Weather 10-Day Forecast.