Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
512 PM EST Fri Dec 2 2016

an elongated area of low pressure over eastern Canada will gradually
slide well offshore by Saturday night. This system will provide
clouds and a few rain and snow showers through Saturday. The most
persistent clouds and snow shower activity, along with a few
inches of snow accumulation, will be confined to the higher
terrain of western Maine and Northern New Hampshire. A ridge of
high pressure will slowly build into the region by Sunday, before
retreating offshore Sunday night. A weak weather disturbance may
bring a few snow showers to the region Monday. Otherwise, cold
high pressure will settle in for the start of the new work week. A
snow and rain mixture may enter the region late in the week.

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