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000 AWUS81 KGYX 220900 RWSGYX WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE 400 AM EST MON DEC 22 2014 SKIES REMAINED MAINLY CLOUDY OVERNIGHT AND THERE WERE A FEW FLURRIES AROUND AS WELL. TEMPERATURES DID NOT CHANGE MUCH OVERNIGHT...AND HOVERED IN THE MID 20S TO LOW 30S. THE CLOUDS WILL HANG IN TODAY...WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF A FEW SNOW SHOWERS...OR RAIN SHOWERS NEAR THE COAST...THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 30 IN THE NORTH TO THE UPPER 30S IN THE SOUTH. SEVERAL WEAK LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS WILL PASS THROUGH TONIGHT AND TUESDAY WITH A CONTINUED THREAT OF RAIN OR SNOW SHOWERS. THE HOLIDAY PERIOD WILL BE WARM AND WET WITH RAIN EXPECTED ON WEDNESDAY...POSSIBLY BECOMING HEAVY LATE IN THE DAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT. TEMPERATURES WILL RISE THROUGH THE DAY WEDNESDAY...AND MAKE A RUN AT 50 BY WEDNESDAY EVENING...AND WILL FALL LITTLE WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THE RAIN WILL END FROM SOUTH TO NORTH ON CHRISTMAS DAY...WITH SOME CLEARING POSSIBLE ALONG THE MAINE COAST AND IN SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE. IT WILL CONTINUE TO BE WARM WITH HIGHS IN THE MID 40S NORTH...TO LOW 50S SOUTH. $$

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