Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
325 AM EDT THU JUL 10 2014

A COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT BRINGING A FEW SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS WITH IT. WITH THE FRONT HEADING OUT TO SEA TODAY
WE CAN LOOK FOR THE VERY WARM AND HUMID WEATHER OF THE PAST FEW DAYS
TO COME TO AN END.

HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING IN TO THE REGION TODAY THROUGH SATURDAY WILL
GIVE US SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES, BOTH DAY AND NIGHT, ALONG WITH
COMFORTABLY LOW HUMIDITY LEVELS.

THE HIGH MOVES OFFSHORE SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY ALLOWING A WARM
FRONT AND SOUTHWESTERLY FLOW TO BRING IN WARMER AND MORE HUMID
WEATHER. THIS WILL INCREASE THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY.

THE VERY WARM AND HUMID WEATHER WILL STAY WITH US THROUGH TUESDAY AS
A COLD FRONT SLOWLY APPROACHES FROM THE WEST. THIS FRONT WILL
INTERACT WITH THE UNSTABLE AIR OVER THE REGION TO PRODUCE SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE FRONT SLOWLY PUSHES OFFSHORE ON WEDNESDAY BUT
ENOUGH UNSTABLE AIR MAY REMAIN TO CONTINUE THE THREAT OF A FEW MORE
SHOWERS AND POSSIBLY A THUNDERSTORM OR TWO.

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