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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
406 AM THU FEB 26 2015

HIGH CLOUDS WERE ON THE INCREASE ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND
SOUTHWEST MAINE OVERNIGHT. A LIGHT BREEZE HELPED TO KEEP
TEMPERATURES UP ACROSS SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE
WHERE READINGS AT 400 AM WERE IN THE LOWER TO MID TEENS. FARTHER
NORTH IN SHELTERED MOUNTAIN VALLEYS TEMPERATURES DIPPED TO 5 BELOW
TO 5 ABOVE ZERO.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL GRADUALLY BUILD IN FROM THE WEST TODAY AS LOW
PRESSURE PASSES OUT TO SEA WELL SOUTH OF NEW ENGLAND. CLOUDS
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WILL CONTINUE TO OVERSPREAD THE AREA AND
THICKEN THROUGH EARLY EARLY AFTERNOON. MOST OF THE REGION WILL SEE A
DRY DAY BUT THERE WILL BE A SLIGHT CHANCE OF A SNOW SHOWER IN FAR
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL TOP OUT BETWEEN 5 AND
15 IN THE NORTH AND IN THE MID TEENS TO LOWER 20S SOUTH.

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