Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1011 AM EDT Tue May 24 2016

Low pressure surface and aloft will drift northward across the
region today and early tonight. This system will bring unsettled
weather with clouds and scattered showers and thunderstorms. This
weakening system will exit into the Canadian Maritimes tonight.
Warmer weather will return on Wednesday ahead of a cold front. The
cold front will bring clouds and a few showers and thunderstorms
to the area Wednesday afternoon and evening. A ridge of high
pressure will build over the area Wednesday night and will hold
over the region on Thursday as a warm front approaches from the
west. The warm front will stall over the region Thursday night and
Friday and will finally push east of the region on Saturday. A
cold front will cross the region Saturday night followed by high
pressure and dry air to round out the holiday weekend.

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