Patchy Fog Burns Off, Weekend Looks Mostly Sunny

The area dodged a bullet with flash flooding Friday morning.

Thankfully, the heavy rain was moving a little faster than we originally thought. Instead of 6 to 8 hours of heavy rain, it only lasted 4. Thanks to the lower sun angle and less daylight this time of year, it was tough to burn off the clouds today.

Tonight, patchy fog may develop. The weekend looks to stay mainly dry. There could be a shower in northern New England with a weak disturbance moving through Saturday morning.

The remainder of the weekend will be quiet. Saturday will be the warmer of the two weekend days, Sunday will be the brighter of the two weekend days.

If you're planning a trip to check out the fall foliage, you need to go pretty far north. We are seeing moderate amounts of color north of Bangor, Maine and low color is the Green and White Mountains. It will take a few more weeks before we see peak conditions.

Rain will make a return late Monday as a warm front tries to lift north. Temperatures will reach the 60s Monday with some sunshine before the rain returns. Flooding is possible after the significant amount of rain we’ve received the last couple of weeks.

Unsettled weather will continue from Monday night through Friday. Temperatures should consistently climb into the 70s next week.

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