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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
405 AM EDT SAT MAY 23 2015

CLOUDS...AND A FEW VERY LIGHT SHOWERS...ASSOCIATED WITH A COLD FRONT
MOVED THROUGH OVERNIGHT.  SKIES CLEARED QUICKLY BEHIND THE FRONT IN
THE PRE-DAWN AND TEMPERATURES HAVE FALLEN TO NEAR FREEZING IN THE
MOUNTAINS AND INTO THE UPPER 30S TO LOW 40S CLOSER TO THE COAST.

TODAY WILL BE MAINLY SUNNY...BUT COOL AND BREEZY...WITH HIGHS ONLY
IN THE MID 50S NORTH TO LOW 60S IN THE SOUTH.  IT WILL COOL DOWN
AGAIN TONIGHT...BUT SHOULD BE A LITTLE WARMER THAN THIS
MORNING...WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 30S TO MID 40S.  SUNDAY LOOKS
MAINLY SUNNY AND NOTICEABLY WARMER AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS TO OUR
SOUTH.  HIGHS WILL REBOUND INTO THE 70S IN MOST SPOTS.

MEMORIAL LOOKS EVEN WARMER ...ALTHOUGH CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE
INCREASE IN THE AFTERNOON.  HIGHS SHOULD TOP OUT NEAR 80 IN THE
SOUTH AND IN THE 70S EVERYWHERE ELSE. A WARM FRONT CROSSES THE
REGION MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY WITH A THREAT FOR SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS.  WARM AND MORE HUMID CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED FOR THE
MIDDLE AND END OF NEXT WEEK.

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