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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1147 AM EDT Fri Jul 29 2016

A weak frontal boundary was stalled from central New England
through the Gulf of Maine. This front will slowly slip further
offshore today as low pressure tracks east along it. A secondary
cold front extended from northern Maine through the Saint Lawrence
valley. These boundaries will produce a few showers and isolated
thunderstorms across the area today. The best chance for a steadier
and heavier rain will be across far southern New Hampshire and southwest
coastal Maine. Cooler, more seasonable temperatures return for the
weekend with dry conditions Saturday and another chance for showers
on Sunday into Monday. Mainly dry weather with a gradual warming
trend is expected for Tuesday through much of next week.

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