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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
335 PM EDT TUE JUL 15 2014

SHOWERS THAT BEGAN MOVING INTO MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE MONDAY
NIGHT...WERE ON THEIR WAY OUT BY TUESDAY MORNING.  THAT LEFT MOST
AREAS WITH CLOUDY SKIES...AND LOTS OF HUMIDITY...AS MOIST AIR
REMAINED ENTRENCHED ACROSS THE AREA.  VERY LITTLE SUN KEPT
TEMPERATURES FROM GETTING PAST THE 70S IN MUCH OF MAINE...BUT
SOUTHWESTERN AREAS BROKE THROUGH THE 80 DEGREE MARK...AS DID MOST
AREAS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE...AND EVEN A FEW SPOTS IN NORTHERN
MAINE...WHERE THERE WAS A LITTLE MORE SUN AS WELL.

ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS MOVED INTO THE
CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY NEAR MID AFTERNOON TUESDAY...AND BEGAN
PRODUCING HEAVY RAIN AS THEY MOVED ACROSS THE GRANITE STATE.  A FEW
STORMS EVEN PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS AS THEY MOVED ACROSS GRAFTON
COUNTY.

A COLD FRONT...HELPING TO PRODUCE THESE SHOWERS AND STORMS...WILL
MOVE INTO WESTERN NEW ENGLAND LATE TONIGHT...AND MOVE VERY SLOWLY
ACROSS THE AREA ON WEDNESDAY.  UNTIL IT MAKES ITS WAY OFF TO THE
EAST WEDNESDAY NIGHT...HEAVY RAINS WILL CONTINUE TO CAUSE
PROBLEMS...AND POSSIBLY SOME FLASH FLOODING.

AS WE MOVE INTO THE WEEKEND...MUCH DRIER AND COOLER AIR WILL
ARRIVE.

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BROWN






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