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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
457 AM EDT SUN SEP 14 2014

EARLY THIS MORNING A FEW STRATUS CLOUDS WERE LOCATED OVER THE
MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN MAINE. SKIES WERE CLEAR OVER
SOUTHERN AND COASTAL AREAS AREAS. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE IN
THE 50S. WINDS WERE FROM THE WEST NORTHWEST AT 5 TO 10 MPH.

HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN FROM THE NORTHWEST TODAY AS A COLD FRONT
CONTINUES TO MOVE WELL OFFSHORE. WILL ALLOW FOR PLENTY OF SUN... AND
CLEAR SKIES TONIGHT. HIGHS TODAY WILL WARM INTO THE MID 50S ACROSS
THE NORTH AND MOUNTAINS...AND 60S EVERYWHERE ELSE.  GUSTY NORTHWEST
WINDS WILL HELP MAKE THINGS SEEM EVEN A LITTLE COOLER.

THIS SETS THE STAGE FOR A CHILLY MONDAY MORNING AS WINDS DROP
OFF...ALLOWING TEMPERATURES TO RADIATE INTO THE LOWER TO MID 30S
ACROSS THE NORTH AND IN THE MOUNTAINS. LOW 40S ARE FORECAST
ELSEWHERE. FROST IS LIKELY ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN AND A FROST
ADVISORY HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR THE MORNING HOURS.

TEMPERATURES REBOUND SLIGHTLY DURING THE DAY MONDAY BEFORE A COLD
FRONT ARRIVES TUESDAY.

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HANES


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