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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
404 AM EST SUN MAR 1 2015

ANOTHER CLEAR AND GENERALLY CALM NIGHT HAS ALLOWED TEMPERATURES TO
DROP OFF WELL BELOW ZERO IN MANY SPOTS. PRE-DAWN TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM 15 TO 20 BELOW IN THE MOUNTAIN VALLEYS...TO JUST ABOVE ZERO
ALONG THE COAST.

TODAY WILL START COLD AND SUNNY...BUT CLOUDS WILL BEGIN TO INCREASE
BY MIDDAY AND OVERSPREAD THE ENTIRE REGION BY LATE IN THE DAY.
HIGHS WILL INTO THE MID 20S TO AROUND 30.  THERE IS A CHANCE OF SNOW
BY LATE IN THE DAY ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE...BUT IT WILL HOLD
OFF IN MOST PLACES UNTIL AFTER SUNSET.  LOOK FOR ONE TO THREE INCHES
OF SNOW OVERNIGHT INTO EARLY MONDAY....WITH AS MUCH AS FOUR IN A FEW
SPOTS ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE NEAR THE MASSACHUSETTS BORDER.

ONCE THE SNOW ENDS EARLY MONDAY MORNING...IT WILL CLEAR OUT RAPIDLY
WITH INCREASING WEST WINDS AND HIGHS ON MONDAY IN THE UPPER 20S TO
MID 30S. FAIR WEATHER WILL HOLD UNTIL LATE TUESDAY...WHEN ANOTHER
SYSTEM BRINGS A ROUND SNOW TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY
MORNING...WHICH COULD CHANGE TO A BRIEF PERIOD OF FREEZING RAIN OR
RAIN BEFORE IT ENDS.


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