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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
350 AM FRI FEB 27 2015

SCATTERED TO BROKEN HIGH CLOUDS MOVED ACROSS NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE
OVERNIGHT...BUT WILL BEGIN TO CLEAR OUT AFTER SUNRISE.  THERE WAS
STILL ENOUGH CLEARING AT TIMES...COMBINED WITH LIGHT WINDS...TO
ALLOW PRE-DAWN TEMPERATURES TO FALL TO ZERO TO 10 BELOW IN THE
NORTH...AND GENERALLY 5 TO 15 ABOVE ALONG THE MAINE COAST AND IN
SOUTHER NEW HAMPSHIRE.

HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE WEST TODAY AND SETTLES OVER THE TWO
STATE REGION THROUGH SUNDAY.  THIS WILL LEAD TO A DRY PERIOD WITH
MOSTLY SUNNY DAYS WITH CONTINUED BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.  HIGHS
TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS IN THE NORTH...TO THE LOW TO MID 20S
IN THE SOUTH.  CLEAR AND CALM CONDITIONS TONIGHT WILL ALLOW
TEMPERATURES TO PLUMMET...WITH LOWS ZERO TO 5 ABOVE ALONG THE
COAST...AND DROPPING TO 10 TO 20 BELOW IN THE MOUNTAINS.

LOOK FOR GRADUAL WARM UP OVER THE WEEKEND WITH HIGHS EACH DAY A FEW
DEGREES WARMER THAN THE PREVIOUS DAY.  THIS WILL BRING US TO OUR
NEXT CHANCE OF SNOW...WHICH WILL BE SUNDAY NIGHT.  AT THIS POINT IT
LOOKS LIGHT...BUT IT COULD LINGER INTO THE MONDAY MORNING COMMUTE.

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