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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
432 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

AFTER SOME LIGHT SNOW ON MONDAY... A FRONT MOVE THROUGH NORTHERN NEW
ENGLAND. PRECIPITATION ENDED BUT WEST WINDS CONTINUED INTO THE
NIGHT... HELPING TO KEEP TEMPERATURES FROM FALLING TOO MUCH. MOST
LOCATIONS STAYED IN THE 30S THROUGH MOST OF THE NIGHT.

LOW PRESSURE WILL TRACK SOUTH OF NEW ENGLAND LATER TODAY... LIKELY
KEEPING ANY PRECIPITATION ASSOCIATED WITH IT TO THE SOUTH OF OUR
AREA AS WELL. SOME CLOUDS MAY MOVE THROUGH SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE
BUT IT WILL BE A MOSTLY SUNNY DAY FOR MOST OF US. TEMPERATURES WILL
WARM INTO THE 30S IN THE NORTH AND THE MID 40S IN THE SOUTH AND NEAR
THE COAST.

TONIGHT WILL BE SIGNIFICANTLY COLDER WITH LOW TEMPERATURES IN THE
20S NEAR THE COAST AND IN THE TEENS OR SINGLE DIGITS INLAND. THE
COOL WEATHER CONTINUES WEDNESDAY WHEN MOST OF THE AREA WILL NOT RISE
OUT OF THE 30S DURING THE DAY AND WILL FALL BACK INTO THE TEENS AT
NIGHT.

HIGH PRESSURE MOVES EAST ON THURSDAY AND STARTS A WARMING TREND.
SHOWERY WEATHER IS POSSIBLE LATE THURSDAY AS A COLD FRONT APPROACHES
THE AREA. THE WARMEST DAY OF THE WEEK WILL BE FRIDAY WHEN MOST OF
THE REGION WILL SEE 50 DEGREES AND SOME LUCKY SPOTS WILL HIT 60.

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KIMBLE


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