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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
547 AM EST TUE NOV 25 2014

SKIES CLEARED OUT YESTERDAY EVENING AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING COLD
FRONT. A NARROW BAND OF SHOWERS AHEAD OF THE FRONT PUSHED THROUGH
THE MOUNTAINS AND FOOTHILLS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN MAINE
BRINGING BRIEF HEAVY SHOWERS AROUND MIDNIGHT. AFTER MIDNIGHT A BROAD
SHIELD OF HIGH CLOUDS PUSHED INTO THE REGION FROM THE SOUTH AND THIS
CLOUD COVER REMAINED ACROSS THE REGION AT 5 AM. LOW TEMPERATURES
OVERNIGHT SHOWED LITTLE CHANGE AND WERE WELL ABOVE NORMAL. AT 5 AM
READINGS WERE FAIRLY UNIFORM ACROSS THE AREA IN THE MID 50S TO NEAR
60.

COOLER AIR BEHIND THE COLD FRONT WILL TAKE SOME TIME TO WORK IN FROM
THE WEST TODAY. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL LIKELY BE REACHED BY LATE
MORNING BEFORE FALLING BACK THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM
THE UPPER 50S TO MID 60S FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST. SUNSHINE WILL
BE FILTERED BY HIGH CLOUDS FOR MUCH OF THE DAY.

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