Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
937 AM EST Sat Nov 18 2017

High pressure will briefly be in control of the region today as
we sit in between storm systems. Strong low pressure is forecast
to move through New York and into the St. Lawrence tonight into
Sunday. Strong southerly flow ahead of it will keep temperatures
on the mild side...which should keep the bulk of the
precipitation falling as rain. Some frozen precipitation is
possible in the higher terrain and northern valleys though at
onset. That low pressure will drive a strong cold front through
the area Sunday night. Gusty winds are expected right through
Monday...along with snow showers in and northwest of the
mountains.

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