Monthly Archives: October 2017

A stormy mid-week brings welcome rain to Maine

The players are on the board Water vapor imagery looking over the North American continent shows all the key players in the weather through the weekend. The connection between the long wave frontal boundary and moisture from the Gulf of Mexico (the hose) is intact. High pressure to the east is helping to keep that […]

Wildfire danger lurks until much needed rain arrives midweek

Drought conditions persist   There is no question that this has been a long, dry summer for the state. The west to east zonal pattern more common in spring and fall has dominated Maine’s weather pattern for months. I have noticed my artesian well pressure has started to slowly drop recently. Folks have voiced their […]

Saturday is the best weather day for leaf peeping around Maine

Time to enjoy the colors of fall Foliage is near peak or at peak for much of the state. While the warm fall has affected the quality of the leaf color somewhat, the recent morning chill has helped expedite the process. Given the fact there is wind in the weather forecast to start the work […]