Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
930 AM EDT Wed Apr 26 2017

Cloudy, cool, and wet conditions are expected today through
tonight as weakening low pressure along the mid atlantic coast
very slowly moves north to over Cape Cod Thursday and then into
the Gulf of Maine Thursday night. Expect an inch or two of rain
east of the mountains through tonight. By Thursday there will be
some improvement west of the mountains with warmer temperatures
arriving, while east of the mountains it will remain cloudy and
cool. Improving conditions and warmer temperatures across all
areas arrive for Friday. A cold front will pass through the
region Saturday with Canadian high pressure following for
Sunday. Another storm system looks to bring rain early next
week.

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