Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
255 PM EDT Tue Sep 27 2016

A cold front will move well offshore this evening. A strengthening
northeast flow behind this frontal system will produce more clouds
and patchy drizzle and fog overnight into the day on Wednesday.
High pressure will gradually build into the region from the north
late Wednesday and Wednesday night. The high will remain parked to
our north while low pressure over the midwest drifts slowly north
and east. Moisture from this system will gradually spread into the
region Thursday and Friday. The best chance of rain will be this
weekend when a large upper level low pressure system over the
Great Lakes lifts to the north, spreading rain into New England.

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