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000 AWUS81 KGYX 012017 RWSGYX WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE 425 PM EDT FRI AUG 1 2014 WARM AND MOIST AIR BEGAN MOVING UP THE BACKSIDE OF HIGH PRESSURE OFF THE COAST FRIDAY MORNING...AND A FEW STORMS FIRED UP ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE NEAR MID AFTERNOON. QUARTER SIZED HAIL WAS REPORTED IN DURHAM NEW HAMPSHIRE AS ONE OF THE STORMS PASSED THROUGH THE AREA. ON SATURDAY...A WARM FRONT...IN ASSOCIATION WITH LOW PRESSURE MOVING NORTHEASTWARD ALONG THE MID ATLANTIC AND NEW ENGLAND COASTS...WILL BE CLOSE ENOUGH...TO BRING PRECIPITATION BACK INTO THE AREA...MOST OF WHICH WILL BE CONFINED MAINLY TO THE COAST. ON SUNDAY...THAT SYSTEM MOVES OFF TO THE EAST...AND HIGH PRESSURE TAKES OVER FOR THE REST OF THE WEEKEND. EVEN SO...WARM AND HUMID AIR OVER THE REGION...WILL MEAN A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS WITH AFTERNOON HEATING...BUT MOST OF THE TIME...IT WILL BE DRY. MUCH THE SAME IS EXPECTED MONDAY AND TUESDAY...BEFORE ANOTHER FRONT APPROACHES ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY GIVING ALL AREAS A CHANCE OF ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. $$ BROWN

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