Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS81 KGYX 200421
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COLD...CANADIAN AIR CONTINUED TO POUR INTO MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
THIS MORNING ON A NORTHWEST BREEZE. TEMPERATURES LAST NIGHT WERE
IN THE 30S FOR MUCH OF THE REGION...WITH 20S IN THE NORTH.

AFTER SOME MORNING SUNSHINE...CLOUDS WILL RETURN AGAIN FROM A
SYSTEM PULLING OUR OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION. IT WILL BE CHILLY
WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE 40S IN THE NORTH WITH LOWER TO MID 50S IN
THE SOUTH.

A FEW SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED TONIGHT AS LOW PRESSURE HEADS EAST FROM
THE NIAGARA FRONTIER. ON TUESDAY...A SECONDARY AREA OF LOW
PRESSURE WILL FORM OFF THE MID ATLANTIC REGION. THIS COASTAL
SYSTEM WILL BRING A CONTINUATION OF RAIN TO THE REGION ON
THURSDAY.


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