Overcast skies but no rain predicted for Memorial Day

Memorial Day will be overcast but rain is not expected to dampen parades honoring Mainers who died serving their country, according to the National Weather Service offices in Caribou and Gray.

Temperatures are expected only to peak in the low- to mid-60s throughout the day as cloud cover remains heavy.

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Clouds, scattered showers to dampen Memorial Day weekend in Maine

Clouds and scattered showers will dampen Memorial Day weekend in Maine this year, although the holiday weekend weather will be a sharp contrast from conditions on either side of it.

Sunny, hot weather on Friday with temperatures in the upper 80’s will change overnight to cloud cover that will persist through Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Scattered showers are predicted to fall overnight Friday after 1 a.m., the service said.

‘Red flag warning’ issued as Maine enters high risk for wildfires

Dry, warm, windy weather Friday will create optimal conditions for wildfires to spread across Maine, according to the National Weather Service.

A “ Red Flag Warning,” issued for “critical fire weather conditions,” will stay in effect for the entire state from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday. The alert also extends to New Hampshire.

VINDICATED! This news out of Israel PROVES that Trayon White was RIGHT about the Jews

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman had a pretty powerful message for the Iranian regime:

Britain to enter cooling-off period after bank holiday heat

Britons will return to work amid continued warm conditions on Tuesday but then a cloudy change will push temperatures back down into the teens

Britons heading back to work after the hottest early May bank holiday weekend on record will enjoy the sweltering temperatures for one more day before temperatures dip again.


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