We continue to warm things up on this Sunday and we are finally out of the sub-zero values with temperatures rising into the upper 20s and 30s over Northern New England while to the south, highs will be in the 30s to near 40 degrees.
A mix of clouds and sun can be expected as a front lingers around the region with even the chance of a spot shower or snow shower especially across higher terrain.
Spring-like temperatures will continue on Tuesday, and it is likely the warmest day of the week, with highs climbing into the 50s and 60s.
The best part is that no heavy rain is in the forecast, which means we can get outside to enjoy the nice weather, whether it is having lunch outdoors or driving with the windows down.
A spot shower is possible at night, as a cold front approaches the area.
By Wednesday, it’s back to reality with highs in the 30s under a mostly sunny sky.
Our next system arrives Thursday into Friday with a chance for an icy mix to start, then transitioning over to rain with milder air surging in from the south.
Our First Alert 10-Day forecast indicates next weekend looks quiet and seasonable for now with highs in the 30s.