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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
430 AM EDT WED APR 16 2014

RAIN CHANGED TO SNOW ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA OVERNIGHT...AND THAT
WILL END SHORTLY AFTER SUNRISE.  ANY SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE
LIGHT.  MANY RIVERS AND STREAMS ACROSS CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEW
HAMPSHIRE AND INTERIOR WEST CENTRAL MAINE WERE ABOVE FLOOD LEVELS.
SOME OF THE SMALLER RIVERS AND STREAMS HAVE CRESTED AND WILL RECEDE
THIS MORNING...WHILE SOME OF THE LARGER RIVERS WILL CREST LATER
TODAY AND TONIGHT.

SKIES WILL CLEAR QUICKLY THIS MORNING ONCE THE PRECIPITATION
ENDS...HOWEVER TEMPERATURES WILL NOT RISE MUCH TODAY...WITH HIGHS
GENERALLY IN THE 30S INLAND TO THE LOW TO MID 40S ON THE COAST AND
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE.  IT WILL BE VERY COLD TONIGHT WITH LOWS
FALLING INTO THE TEENS IN THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS...AND INTO THE
LOW TO MID 20S TOWARD THE COAST.

BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY...ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES WILL MODERATE A LITTLE EACH DAY WITH
HIGHS IN THE 40S ON THURSDAY...AND AROUND 50 ON FRIDAY.  THE NEXT
CHANCE OF ANY RAIN WILL BE SATURDAY...AS A WEAK LOW PRESSURES PASSES
JUST TO OUR NORTH.

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