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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
402 AM EDT Sat May 28 2016

A hot day is in store for much of New England today...as high
pressure just off the south coast allows for warmth to build
north. Some humidity will even build into parts of New Hampshire
and make it feel a few degrees warmer than what the thermometer
reads. If heat is not your thing...relief is not far away. On
Sunday high pressure builds into the Maritimes...and turns winds
northeast and off the water. That will send a cold front through
eastern parts of the forecast area...dropping temperatures some 15
to 20 degrees from today. That front will hang around the area and
provide the focus for increasing showers and thunderstorms into
Sunday night and Monday as tropical moisture streams northward
into the area.

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