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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
535 AM EDT THU JUL 31 2014

OCEAN STRATUS AND FOG MOVED INTO MUCH OF SOUTHERN AND EASTERN MAINE
OVERNIGHT. AT 5 AM FOG WAS RESTRICTING VISIBILITY IN SOUTHERN MAINE
TO A QUARTER MILE OR LESS IN MANY LOCATIONS. ACROSS THE BORDER IN
NEW HAMPSHIRE SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR OVERNIGHT WITH A FEW PASSING
MID LEVEL CLOUDS AND AREAS OF FOG WERE GENERALLY CONFINED TO RIVER
VALLEYS. LOW TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT RANGED FROM THE MID TO UPPER 40S
IN COOLER MOUNTAIN VALLEYS IN THE NORTH TO THE MID 50S AND LOWER 60S
IN THE SOUTH.

FOG AND STRATUS WILL QUICKLY BURN OFF THIS MORNING AND THE MID TO
LATE MORNING HOURS SHOULD SEE A FAIR AMOUNT OF SUN. THERE WILL BE A
CHANCE OF AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS. SOME
STORMS MAY PRODUCE GUSTY WINDS AND SMALL HAIL. HIGH TEMPERATURES
WILL TOP OUT IN THE LOWER TO MID 70S NORTH AND MID TO UPPER 70S
SOUTH.








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