Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
959 AM EST Mon Dec 11 2017

A cold front will cross the region today...continuing snow
showers in the higher terrain. The cold will settle across the
area by tonight...and set the stage for the a wintry storm
Tuesday. Precipitation will overspread the area from west to
east early Tuesday...mostly starting as snow. Slowly warmer air
will work inland from the coast and change precipitation from
snow to rain. A narrow band of mixed precipitation is possible
between the rain and snow. Across the foothills and mountains
precipitation is likely to remain snow for the majority of the
event...and up to 6 inches or more is possible. Precipitation
will quickly come to an end Tuesday evening from west to east.
Behind that much colder air will move into the region and linger
through the end of the week.

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