Bangor Maine Weather
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Essential Air Service subsidizes service at a number of small airports in Maine to bring small turboprop aircraft to the state's major airports, such as Portland, Portland International Jetport in Maine and Augusta International Airport in Augusta. Maine has been served by passenger jets for more than 30 years by the U.S. Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). In 2015, the Portland - Maine Portland international jetports will be expanded to ensure increased air traffic to and from the state. The largest companies headquartered outside Maine include Boeing, Boeing Co., General Electric Co. and General Motors Corp., as well as large aerospace companies.
The US Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) subsidize air traffic to and from the Portland - Maine Portland international jetport.
The glacier-strewn Somes Sound reaches a depth of 50 m and is the only fjord on the east coast. Maine has one of the highest concentrations of sea level rise of any state in the United States. Along the famous rocky coast of Maine lie fishing villages and thousands of offshore islands, including Isles Shoals, which straddles the New Hampshire border. The geographical coordinates of Bangor are for the purposes of this report, but West Quoddy Head and Lubec, Maine, are only a few miles north and south of each other, respectively.
The clearest part of the year in Bangor starts on June 25 and lasts 4.1 months and ends on October 28. Winds are light from the north, with maximum speeds of 50 km / h and lows of 20 km / h. The brightest part of the year in Bangor starts on July 1 and lasts 3.5 months. The wind is the strongest, most frequent and strongest in the region from June to October.
The coldest day of the year is January 29, with an average low of 10C and a high of 28C. Snowfall falls in the winter months of January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December and February from the north to the south. At least half of the snow falls in Bangor at this time of year, from January to October, and lasts 5.8 months. Daytime highs range from 7 to 6 degrees, but it will feel cool given the humidity and wind.
Low temperatures will be between low temperatures in the north and mid-20s tonight Highs range from 30 to 40 degrees on Saturday, 28 to 30 degrees in the north of Bangor and 10 to 15 degrees in the south.
Snow in the north will reduce to intermittent light snow on Saturday as dry air moves in from the west and east, with a slight chance of rain on Sunday. Skies remain cloudy and drizzle in the mid-to-low elevations as humidity persists over the state over the next few days, especially in southern Maine.
After another high pressure wave over the state on Tuesday and Wednesday, cold and gusty northwesterly winds will move in on Wednesday, turning into blustery and cold Wednesday.
That shortwave could bring light snow or snow showers to the central part of the state on Wednesday, bringing a mix of snow and wintry precipitation across the interior and Downeast areas of Maine on Thursday. In the middle of our forecast area, some precipitation is expected in the form of some snow, with light to moderate snowfall possible in some areas. In the interior of the areas in the east, the precipitation begins in the form of snow or a windy mix. This report is from the National Weather Service in Bangor and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.
DIF-W says the number of deer, bears and wild turkeys hunted in Maine has historically been between 18 and 30 percent.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Bangor, the hottest months are July, August and then June. If you are looking for dry weather, it is February, March and then January, and if you are holding your visit on this basis, your most likely time to visit Bangor is from early July to mid-August.
When a day is wet, the wet season lasts 8.4 months, with the driest months being from January to mid-February. Some weather stations report very large amounts of snow, which extends deep into February, especially in early February and early March. It has been raining since mid-May and in the last few days Bangor has had up to 2cm of rain.
Rainfall is expected to reach the western part of the forecast area by late morning and extend eastward, with intensities increasing into the afternoon and early evening hours. Due to the critical strength, precipitation in the form of snow is expected, with the North East of this region likely to be mixed with sleet and freezing rain late in the day.