Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Maine and New Hampshire
National Weather Service Gray ME
958 PM EDT Sun May 27 2018

High pressure over the maritimes will retreat well offshore
tonight. Weak low pressure passing to our south tonight and
early Monday will spread clouds across the entire forecast area.
Any showers with this disturbance should be spotty and largely
confined to far southern New Hampshire and the southern tip of
Maine. Another low will pass to our north on Monday with a
trailing cold front to cross the region Monday night preceded by
a few showers across the mountains and foothills. High pressure
will build over the region Tuesday and will push offshore south
of New England Wednesday. Low pressure may bring appreciable
rainfall to the region Friday into next weekend.

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