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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
409 AM EDT THU SEP 18 2014


WHILE CLOUDS OVERSPREAD THE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN
MAINE OVERNIGHT...SKIES REMAINED CLEAR OVER SOUTHERN AREAS. PRE-DAWN
TEMPERATURES RANGED FORM THE UPPER IN THE 30S IN THE MOUNTAINS TO
THE UPPER 40S NEAR THE COAST.

A COLD FRONT CROSSES THE REGION TODAY...WHICH WILL BRING A PERIOD OF
CLOUDY SKIES...ESPECIALLY THIS AFTERNOON.  THE COLD FRONT COULD
PRODUCE A SPRINKLE IN THE MOUNTAINS THIS MORNING...BUT WILL COME
THROUGH MOST OF THE AREA DRY.  HIGHS TODAY WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 60
IN THE MOUNTAINS...WHERE HIGHS WILL BE REACHED THIS MORNING WITH
FALLING TEMPERATURES IN THE AFTERNOON...TO NEAR 70 AROUND THE COAST.

THE ONLY EXCEPTION WILL BE IN THE NORTH...ALONG THE CANADIAN BORDER
WHERE A STALLED FRONT COULD PRODUCE MORE CLOUDS AND THE OUTSIDE
CHANCE OF A SHOWER. HIGHS SHOULD MAKE IT TO AROUND 70 ON THE
COAST...BUT WILL BE LIMITED TO AROUND 60 IN THE IN THE
MOUNTAINS...WHERE TEMPERATURES WILL ACTUALLY FALL THROUGH THE
AFTERNOON.  IT WILL TURN SHARPLY COLDER TONIGHT...WITH LOWS IN THE
UPPER 20S IN THE NORTH...AND GENERALLY IN THE 30S EVERYWHERE ELSE.
DESPITE MAINLY SUNNY SKIES ON FRIDAY...TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE TO
MAKE IT OUT OF THE 50S.

WARMER AIR BEGINS TO MAKE A COMEBACK OVER THE WEEKEND...WITH MANY
PLACES MAKING IT INTO THE 70S ON SUNDAY...HOWEVER...AN APPROACHING
COLD FRONT COULD PRODUCE SOME SHOWERS...ESPECIALLY SUNDAY NIGHT.

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