Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
915 PM EDT Mon Mar 27 2017

Low pressure will track across southern New England before
exiting the coast this evening. This disturbance will produce
rain and a light wintry mix across portions of the interior
through late today. A cold front will push through the region
Tuesday night resulting in upslope showers and a brisk northwesterly
flow Wednesday into Thurday. A weak ridge will build into the
region on Thursday and remain through Friday. The next storm
will approach the region on Friday night bringing widespread
precipitation for late Friday into Saturday. The best chance of
showers will be across northern and mountain sections with
approach of the cold front.

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