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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
435 PM EDT Thu Mar 30 2017

High pressure shifts east tonight while the next in a series of
low pressure systems moves east out of the Ohio Valley. This low
is expected to track to the south of New England on Friday into
Friday night, spreading snow into New Hampshire and Maine during
the Friday and Friday night and lasting into Saturday. This
will be a heavy, wet snowfall for some of the area. There may
be some rain near the coast on Saturday which may limit
accumulations there. Snow ends by Saturday evening as low
pressure moves out to sea. High pressure pushes in from the west
Sunday and moves over New England on Monday. The next low
pressure system will track near the area on Tuesday and will
provide another chance of rain or wintry precipitation.

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