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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
345 AM EDT SUN SEP 21 2014

SKIES CLEARED OUT IN MANY PLACES LAST EVENING...BUT THEY ARE
RETURNING FROM THE SOUTHWEST EARLY THIS SUNDAY MORNING.  PRE-DAWN
TEMPERATURES ARE BALMY COMPARED TO PREVIOUS NIGHTS...MOSTLY IN THE
50S.

CLOUDS...AND A FEW SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS WILL WORK ACROSS NEW
HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN MAINE THIS MORNING AS A WARM FRONT CONTINUES
TO MOVE NORTH ACROSS THE AREA.  MOST AREAS WILL SEE SOME BREAKS OF
SUN THIS AFTERNOON...ALLOWING FOR HIGHS TO REACH INTO THE 70S.
ALTHOUGH A FEW SHOWERS...AND A THUNDERSTORM OR TWO...ARE POSSIBLE IN
THE AFTERNOON AS A COLD FRONT APPROACHES FORM THE WEST. THE BETTER
CHANCE OF SHOWERS WILL BE TONIGHT AS THE COLD FRONT MAKES IT WAY
ACROSS THE AREA.  LOWS WILL ONLY DROP INTO THE 50S ONCE AGAIN.

COOLER AIR FOLLOWS THE FRONT AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN EARLY IN THE
WEEK WITH HIGHS IN THE 60S AND OVERNIGHT LOWS IN THE 30S AND 40S.
HOWEVER...WILL WILL SEE A DISTINCT WARMING TREND AS WE HEAD INTO MID
AND LATE WEEK.

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