Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1039 PM EST Wed Dec 7 2016

The region will sit between two systems tonight...with skies
remaining mostly cloudy. A flurry or two is not out of the
question...but for the most part it will by dry. The first in a
series of cold fronts will cross the area early Thursday. Mountain
snow showers will increase in coverage...and cold...gusty winds
develop through the day. A second and stronger cold front will
cross the area Thursday night. More widespread snow showers and
the first real cold shot of the season set in overnight. Gusty
northwest winds and mountain snow showers will continue on Friday
behind the departing cold front. Cold high pressure will build in
for the weekend before the next storm system approaches late
Sunday night and into Monday.

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