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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
402 AM EST WED NOV 26 2014

MID TO HIGH CLOUDS CONTINUE TO STREAM ACROSS NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE
IN ADVANCE OF DEVELOPING LOW PRESSURE LOW PRESSURE OVER THE MID
ATLANTIC STATES.  PRE-DAWN TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOW 30S IN
THE MOUNTAINS TO AROUND 40 ON THE COAST.

THE COASTAL LOW...TRACKING NORTHEAST ALONG THE COAST WILL SPREAD
PRECIPITATION INTO AREA AROUND MIDDAY...IT WILL INITIALLY BE RAIN
NEAR THE COAST...WITH SNOW INLAND.  THE RAIN AT THE COAST WILL
CHANGE TO SNOW DURING THE AFTERNOON.  THE SNOW WILL BE HEAVY AT
TIMES LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND THIS EVENING.  HIGH TEMPERATURES
TODAY WILL BE THIS MORNING...AND WILL GENERALLY CLOSE TO WHAT THEY
ARE NOW...MAINLY IN THE MID 30S TO LOW 40S...WITH TEMPERATURES
FALLING THIS AFTERNOON.

THE SNOW WILL BEGIN TO WIND DOWN AFTER MIDNIGHT...WITH ACCUMULATIONS
GENERALLY IN THE 6 TO 12 INCH RANGE.  LOWS TONIGHT WILL GENERALLY BE
IN THE 20S INLAND TO AROUND 30 ON THE COAST.  THANKSGIVING WILL SEE
SOME LINGERING SNOW SHOWERS...BUT ALSO SOME BREAKS OF SUN...WITH
HIGHS IN THE UPPER 20S TO UPPER 30S.  THURSDAY WILL BE COLD WITH
LOWS IN THE TEENS AND LOW 20S...WHILE FRIDAY WILL BE PARTLY TO
MOSTLY SUNNY AND CONTINUED COLD.


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