Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
656 AM EST Tue Dec 12 2017

Snow will overspread the region this morning as low pressure
wraps up over western Pennsylvania. This low will quickly
strengthen today and move towards Downeast Maine through the
day. Some warmer air will try and push inland from the coast and
change the snow to rain for a time. Precipitation will quickly
come to an end from southwest to northeast this evening. Snow
showers will continue in the mountains through Wednesday...with
snow showers moving south of the mountains ahead of an Arctic
cold front around midday. Bitter cold and gusty winds will move
in behind the front. Expect lows to fall into the teens and
single digits Wednesday night...with wind chills approaching
zero to ten below.

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