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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1113 AM EDT Mon May 30 2016

A front stalled to our south will return north as a warm front
today. This front will be preceded by showers and a few
thunderstorms through Monday morning. A warm humid air mass will
follow the warm front on Monday afternoon with another round of
showers and thunderstorms expected. Tropical moisture from the
remnants of Bonnie will be entrained in the frontal system and
could produce heavy rainfall and localized drainage flooding on
Memorial day. Two cold fronts will cross the area Monday and
Tuesday night with high pressure to follow Wednesday and
Thursday. An upper level trough could produce some rain towards
the weekend.

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