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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
645 PM EDT Sun Apr 30 2017

A warm front will try to lift north through the region tonight,
but an easterly wind off the Gulf of Maine will keep clouds and
cool temperatures down at ground level. Rain becomes more steady
overnight along the Canadian border and into central Maine in
advance of the warm front. As low pressure tracks east through
southern Canada, a cold front will push from west to east across
northern New England Monday night into Tuesday morning. Some
showers or even a thunderstorm is possible as it does so. This
front will push out the low level maritime air mass and bring a
clearing westerly flow on Tuesday, with temperatures warming
into the 60s and 70s. Another front arrives Tuesday night with
even cooler air moving in behind it for Wednesday. High
pressure builds in from the west Wednesday night before
shifting offshore on Thursday. Low pressure approaches from the
southwest and moves up the east coast for the end of the work
week.

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