Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
525 AM EDT TUE APR 21 2015

EARLY THIS MORNING RAIN WAS WIDESPREAD OVER NEW HAMPSHIRE AND
SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MAINE. SEVERAL BANDS OF HEAVY RAIN WERE NOTED
ALONG WITH SOME EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS.  TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE
40S.  WINDS WERE EAST TO SOUTHEAST GUSTING TO 30 MPH AT TIMES
ESPECIALLY ALONG THE COAST. SO FAR RAINFALL AMOUNTS HAVE BEEN IN THE
1 TO 2.5 INCH RANGE.

THE RAIN WILL CONTINUE THIS MORNING AND BE HEAVY AT TIMES.  BY THIS
AFTERNOON IT WILL TAPER OFF TO SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS AS THE FRONT
AND WAVE OF LOW PRESSURE EXITS TO THE NORTHEAST.  TEMPERATURES WILL
REMAIN COOL.

THE REST OF THE WEEK LOOKS TO BE GENERALLY UNSETTLED AT TIMES WITH
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND COOL TEMPERATURES.

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