Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
1143 AM EDT Wed Mar 22 2017

An Arctic cold front crossing the area early this morning will
bring much colder temperatures and strong northwest winds today
and tonight. Very cold temperatures will continue through
Thursday. A warm front will move in from the west on Friday with
some light snow and rain ahead of it. Warmer temperatures will
not last long, though, as another cold front drops down from the
north on Saturday with more cold air expected for Sunday and
Monday. Low pressure tracking south of New England on Monday
could bring some light snow or a wintry mix of precipitation
Monday into Monday night. Another low pressure system will track
through New England on Wednesday with another chance of wintry
precipitation.

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