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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
340 AM EDT MON JUN 1 2015

AFTER A BRIEF BREAK FROM THE STEADY RAIN LAST EVENING...IT MOVED
BACK IN AFTER MIDNIGHT...AND WILL CONTINUE INTO TODAY.  TEMPERATURES
DID NOT MOVE MUCH OVERNIGHT...AND WERE GENERALLY IN THE MID 40S TO
AROUND 50 THIS EARLY MORNING.

THAT RAIN IS THE RESULT OF LOW PRESSURE TRAVELING EAST ALONG A
FRONT STALLED TO OUR SOUTH.  WE WILL REMAIN ON THE COOL NORTH SIDE
OF THAT FRONT TODAY INTO TUESDAY.  WE WILL SEE ANOTHER BREAK FROM
THE STEADY RAIN THIS AFTERNOON...BEFORE ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVY RAIN
MOVES IN TONIGHT.  TEMPERATURES WILL ONLY RISE A FEW DEGREES TODAY
INTO THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S.

AFTER ANOTHER ROUND OF HEAVIER RAIN TONIGHT INTO TUESDAY
MORNING...WE CAN EXPECT SLOW IMPROVEMENT TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND
NIGHT...WITH SOME SUNSHINE EXPECTED WED AND HIGHS MAKING INTO THE
60S ON WEDNESDAY...WHICH IS TILL SEVERAL DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

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