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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
355 PM EDT WED APR 16 2014

SKIES WERE SUNNY AND BRIGHT TODAY...HOWEVER...DON`T LET THE SUNSHINE
FOOL YOU...IT IS A CHILLY DAY OUT THERE.  HIGH TEMPERATURES COULD
NOT MAKE IT OUT OF THE 20S ACROSS THE NORTH AND HERE IN THE SOUTH
THE TEMPERATURES ONLY CLIMBED INTO THE UPPER 30S TO LOW 40S.  THINGS
WILL GET MUCH WORSE TONIGHT AS TEMPERATURE PLUMMET UNDER CLEAR
SKIES.  IT IS POSSIBLE THAT SEVERAL RECORD LOWS MAY BE BROKEN BY
TOMORROW MORNING...AS TEMPS FALL INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS IN THE NORTH
AND MOUNTAINS...DOWN TO THE TEENS IN THE FOOTHILLS AND COASTAL
PLAIN...AND INTO THE LOW TO MID 20S TOWARD THE COAST.

BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED AGAIN TOMORROW AND
FRIDAY...ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES WILL MODERATE A LITTLE EACH DAY WITH
HIGHS IN THE 40S ON THURSDAY...AND AROUND 50 ON FRIDAY.  THE NEXT
CHANCE OF ANY RAIN WILL BE SATURDAY...AS A WEAK LOW PRESSURES PASSES
JUST TO OUR NORTH.

$$

KISTNER





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