Strong storms could cause damage across Maine

Impact Weather: Thunderstorms could cause wind damage across Maine

Keep an eye out for strong storms through the middle of your Friday



happy friday. Everyone in meteorologist ted Mcinerney today is gonna be kind of *** tricky day. It’s warm. It’s gonna be muggy today. It’s kind of like summer again. But temperatures will be warm but it also means *** chance for thunderstorms. Now there will be some sunshine today too. Don’t worry about that. We’re looking at temperatures near 83 in Sanford for highs today, 66, that’s it in Rockland. But here it is the threat across the state and new Hampshire for *** risk of isolated severe storm. *** marginal risk by the storm prediction center for our area. That means damaging winds, hail and of course heavy rain and lightning are concerned with the thunderstorms. So that’s going to happen. And we’ll show you right now with our total storm tracker hour by hour, the thunderstorms will arrive in the mountains first around 10 o’clock and then as we head toward the lunch hour and into the early afternoon, that’s where I’m *** little concerned that these storms might interact with the ocean as they come in *** linear feature, which means they could have more wind power with them. So we’ll keep an eye on those storms of something serious. We’ll give you coverage of it on facebook and on WTTW dot com and online if it is our on air, if it is getting *** bit bit rough now, you can download the WMTW News that you can watch us on it right now. But sign up for push alerts and we’ll let you know about incoming weather effects during the afternoon. 56 o’clock in the evening, it’s gonna be warm, muggy and sunny. That’s it for the weekend though folks. I’ll show you why it starts to cool down tonight. Low fifties in Portland, 40s up north and then look at highs tomorrow, these are the high temperatures tomorrow, 61 Portland, that’s chilly. We’re usually at 75 54 in Bethel 58 in Farmington and 59 in Lewiston’s. That’s the high temperature with clouds around. So saturday 63 mostly cloudy. Then we’re all clouds on sunday for Father’s Day in juneteenth 57. The high with spotty showers possible during the afternoon. So Portland Pride back in action in person. We’re looking at temperatures in the low sixties at the beginning of the parade at one o’clock Father’s Day. I just told you it doesn’t look too hot. We’re looking at mid fifties, spotty showers and clouds around. The federal holiday 69 partly sunny summer begins the summer solstice on Tuesday 73 were *** a little more back to normal next week, have *** happy weekend. Everyone

Impact Weather: Thunderstorms could cause wind damage across Maine

Keep an eye out for strong storms through the middle of your Friday

A line of thunderstorms is tracking through Maine & New Hampshire that will arrive in Portland and the seacoast around lunchtime Friday. These storms could strengthen into a strong or severe storm. The main risk is for damaging winds and small hail. As always lightning and heavy rainfall will make these storms dangerous. Some storms in Maine were already getting strong by 9:30 Friday morning.Once the line moves off shore by early afternoon there could be little left over showers but skies will clear quickly. Highs will approach 80 degrees with muggy conditions Friday afternoon. That, combined with the approaching cold front, will provide the ingredients to cause instability in the atmosphere. Look for much cooler conditions over the weekend with mostly cloudy skies. Many areas will have lows in the mid 40s and highs only in the mid to upper 50s. A few showers possible on Father’s day afternoon.

A line of thunderstorms is tracking through Maine & New Hampshire that will arrive in Portland and the seacoast around lunchtime Friday. These storms could strengthen into a strong or severe storm. The main risk is for damaging winds and small hail. As always lightning and heavy rainfall will make these storms dangerous. Some storms in Maine were already getting strong by 9:30 Friday morning.

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Once the line moves off shore by early afternoon there could be a few left over. Highs will approach 80 degrees with muggy conditions Friday afternoon. That, combined with the approaching cold front, will provide the ingredients to cause instability in the atmosphere.

Look for much cooler conditions over the weekend with mostly cloudy skies. Many areas will have lows in the mid 40s and highs only in the mid to upper 50s. A few showers possible on Father’s day afternoon.

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