Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
222 AM EDT TUE SEP 23 2014

BRISK WESTERLY WINDS CONTINUED OVER MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE LAST
NIGHT.  THIS KEPT READINGS MAINLY IN THE LOWER TO MID 40S IN MOST
AREAS.  HOWEVER...SHELTERED AREAS DID DROP INTO THE 30S.

IT WILL BE MAINLY SUNNY TODAY AS HIGH PRESSURE CONTINUES TO BUILD
OVER THE REGION.  HOWEVER...THE MOUNTAINS WILL BE THE EXCEPTION AS
MORE CLOUDS HANG TOUGH UP THERE.  IT WILL BE SEASONABLE WITH
TEMPERATURES IN THE UPPER 50S IN THE NORTH AND MOUNTAINS TO MID 60S
ALONG THE COAST FOR AFTERNOON HIGHS.

THE SURFACE HIGH WILL DOMINATE THE REGION TONIGHT WITH CLEAR SKIES
AND PATCHY FOG.  LIGHT WINDS WILL ALLOW FOR RADIATIONAL COOING AND
MANY NORTHERN AREAS WILL BE IN THE 30S...WITH LOWER TO MID 40S ALONG
THE SOUTH.

MORE DRY AND MAINLY SUNNY WEATHER WILL CONTINUE FOR MUCH OF THE REST
OF THE WORK WEEK.  THERE WILL BE A GRADUAL MODERATING TREND IN
TEMPERATURES AS WE HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND WITH HIGHS READING THE 70S
DURING THAT PERIOD.

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