After a two day reprieve from cooler than normal weather, we once again have to deal with cool Canadian air. At least we got rid of the remaining snow and our weather should continue to be dry over the next several days. Highs are not expected to reach above than the 30s today after our mid 50 degree temps yesterday. I’m hoping for nice weather on Easter Sunday but that is too far ahead to speculate right now.
Our 9:15 AM temp is 32°F (0°C), the humidity is 69%, and winds are from the NE at 8 mph. The wind chill is 24°F (-4°C). Skies are mostly cloudy and visibility is 10 miles. The pressure is 30.04 mb (1017.0 mb) and falling. Sunrise was at 7:41 AM and sunset will be at 7:47 PM. Yesterday’s high was 57°F (14°C) and the overnight low was 31°F (-1°C). THe record high for March 18 is 80°F (27°F) set in 2012 and the record low is 2°F (-16°C) set in 1941.
DURAND – OWOSSO FORECAST:
Today: Mostly sunny with a high in the upper 30s. Winds ENE at 11-15 mph, gusting to 23 mph.
Tonight: Mostly clear with a low around 21°F. Winds NE at 11-13 mph, gusting to 23 mph.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny with a high in the upper 30s. Winds NE 13-16 mph, gusting to 25 mph.
Tuesday Night: Becoming mostly cloudy with a low of 23°F. Winds NNE at 10-13 mph, gusting to 22 mph.
Upper 50s?? Hasn’t been that warm here in Midcoast Maine since February 21st–a ridiculously warm day on which we got a February all-time record of 62 degrees (Sanford, in Southwestern Maine, broke the state record for February at 75).
The first two weeks of March featured unusually mild nights, hardly getting below freezing . . . but Saturday, we had a HIGH of 25 degrees and today will probably be the third consecutive high 32 or less.
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