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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1022 AM EDT Tue Sep 27 2016

A cold front will move well offshore this afternoon taking any
lingering showers with it. Conditions should dry out behind the
front with temperatures a few degrees warmer than Monday. Low
pressure developing along the offshore front will create a
northeasterly wind over Maine and New Hampshire Tuesday night,
bringing clouds back into the area. Several waves of low pressure
will track northeast along the front through the western Atlantic,
with an occasional chance of showers especially near the coast
throughout the week. The best chance of rain will be this weekend
when the large upper level low pressure system over the Great
Lakes lifts to the north, spreading rain into New England.

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