Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1215 AM EST Wed Jan 18 2017

Low pressure will move east from the Great Lakes overnight, then
redevelop off the mid Atlantic coast by early Wednesday. This
system will bring widespread snow, with highest amounts in the
south and some mixed precipitation along the coast. Another weak
front will pass through the area early Thursday. This will be
mainly dry with just clouds across the region and a few upslope
snow showers along the Canadian border. High pressure will build
in for the remainder of the week, with above normal temperatures
expected into Monday. A storm system may affect the region Tuesday
and Wednesday.

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