Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
932 PM EDT Thu May 26 2016

High pressure to our east will allow a southerly wind to bring
warm and humid conditions into New England. Some afternoon
thunderstorms will be possible on Friday afternoon as the heat and
humidity generate instability in the atmosphere. The hottest day
will be Saturday when much of the area will warm into the 80s and
90s. A cold front will drop southward across the region late
Saturday into Saturday night. An onshore easterly flow will keep
temperatures cooler on Sunday especially east of the mountains.
Warm air builds in again from the southwest on Monday and Tuesday
before another cold front crosses the area from the northwest
Tuesday night.

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