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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1007 PM EST Sat Dec 10 2016

High pressure moves into the area tonight providing a mostly clear
sky, light winds, and very cold temperatures. High pressure will
move east on Sunday with continued cold temperatures over New
England. Low pressure moving through the Great Lakes Sunday night
into Monday will spread snowfall into northern New England as it
shifts toward the Gulf of Maine. There may be some areas along the
coast which mix with rain before precipitation ends Monday
afternoon. High pressure builds in behind the system for Tuesday.
A series of cold fronts Wednesday and Thursday will bring
progressively colder temperatures into the area.

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