FRIDAY COOLER, WEEKEND LESS HUMID FOR VALLEY AREA

by Christian Mower on June 22, 2012

A METEOROLOGIST WITH THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN GRAY, MAINE SAYS THURSDAY WAS A LITTLE BIT COOLER THAN WEDNESDAY AND TEMPERATURES WILL MODERATE THIS WEEKEND, WITH LESS HUMIDITY.

ERIC SINSABAUGH SAYS SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP BY EARLY AFTERNOON FRIDAY IN THE MOUNTAINS AND SPREAD SOUTH AND EAST THROUGH THE AFTERNOON. THE STORMS ARE NOT EXPECTED TO BE SEVERE BUT THEY COULD PRODUCE HEAVY RAIN.

SINSABAUGH SAYS THERE WEREN’T ANY TEMPERATURE RECORDS SET THURSDAY. TEMPERATURES IN BERLIN AND WHITEFIELD WERE REPORTED AT 91 DEGREES AND FRYEBURG, MAINE AT 92 DEGREES, COMPARED TO 94 DEGREES REPORTED FROM FRYEBURG WEDNESDAY.

SINSABAUGH SAYS DEW POINTS WILL DROP SATURDAY AND TEMPERATURES WILL BE BACK CLOSER TO NORMAL.

FRIDAY’S FORECAST FOR THE VALLEY AREA CALLS FOR TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 80s.