March 20 – Stormy end to the work week
    3 hours ago

    March 20 – Stormy end to the work week

    Look for stray rain showers in Connecticut on Thursday as a storm system moves north towards New England. Rain overspreads all of…
    March 16 – Update
    5 days ago

    March 16 – Update

    Thunderstorms have moved away and the weekend is off to a nice, but breezy, start. Look for sun and clouds with a…
    March 15 – Showery Friday; Dry weekend
    6 days ago

    March 15 – Showery Friday; Dry weekend

    Mild weather arrived as expected overnight, and it will stay on the warm side for the ides of March on Friday. The…
    Run Weather – Thirsty Leprechaun 5K
    6 days ago

    Run Weather – Thirsty Leprechaun 5K

    The inaugural Thirsty Leprechaun 5K will be held along the beautiful waterfront of South Portland and Casco Bay this Saturday, March 16,…
    March 12 – Rain/snow showers Wednesday night
    1 week ago

    March 12 – Rain/snow showers Wednesday night

    The weather quickly turned cool again on Tuesday with high temperatures a few degrees shy of normal for the middle of March.…
    March 11 – Quiet week ahead
    1 week ago

    March 11 – Quiet week ahead

    The average temperature for the first 10 days of March was in the top 10 coldest on record in the Providence area.…

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