Throw another log on the fire! We’re getting frigid up in here!
For the first time this year, southern Maine has slid down the mercury scale all the way to underneath the zero.
The Portland Jetport registered a whopping -1F this morning, and overnight lows are set to stay in the single digits for several days.
Matt Hoenig at WGME says that this cold streak will start to subside by next week, and then we might be in for some more snow soon.
As cold air starts to retreat early next week, New England will become the battleground for multiple rounds of winter weather.
— Matt Hoenig (@MattWGME) February 12, 2021
A substantial storm is brewing for early in the week, and the odds are trending towards more snow. We’ll keep our eyes on this one and keep you posted.
It's another cold night in Maine. Here's a look at what to expect for early morning lows Saturday. pic.twitter.com/AuffS2P51S
— Charlie Lopresti (@CharlieWGME) February 12, 2021
Good afternoon! It's a frigid Friday, feeling like only 9 degrees in Portland right now with current temps in the teens. Highs reach the low to mid 20's today with a mix of sun and clouds. #Maine #MEwx #WMTW #Friday #cold pic.twitter.com/pn24Ed7SNh
— Jacqueline Thomas (@JacquelineWMTW) February 12, 2021