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AWUS81 KGYX 190838
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
438 AM EDT SAT APR 19 2014

AN APPROACHING COLD FRONT HAS SPREAD CLOUDS AND SCATTERED SHOWERS
ACROSS THE AREA OVERNIGHT. THIS UNSETTLED WEATHER HAS ALLOWED
TEMPERATURES TO REMAIN NEAR NORMAL HOWEVER...WITH READINGS IN THE
30S ACROSS THE MAJORITY OF THE AREA.

BEHIND THE FRONT WINDS WILL INCREASE OUT OF THE NORTHWEST. THIS WILL
KEEP CLOUDS LINGERING IN THE MOUNTAINS...BUT CLEAR OUT AREAS TO THE
SOUTHEAST. TEMPERATURES WILL ONLY REBOUND INTO THE 40S ACROSS THE
FAR NORTH...REACHING THE 50S NEAR THE COAST. DURING THE AFTERNOON
EXPECT A FEW WIND GUSTS TO APPROACHING 30 MILES PER HOUR. DRY AND
SEASONABLE WEATHER WILL REMAIN IN PLACE ACROSS THE REGION THROUGH
THE REST OF THE WEEKEND.

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AWUS81 KGYX 181958
RWSGYX

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
358 PM EDT FRI APR 18 2014

CLOUDS HAVE PUSHED IN ACROSS THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON OUT AHEAD OF A
COLD FRONT.  THIS COLD FRONT WILL PASS THROUGH TONIGHT AND PROVIDE
US WITH A CHANCE FOR A FEW SNOW SHOWERS ACROSS THE NORTH AND
MOUNTAINS BY MIDNIGHT.  LOW TEMPERATURES LOOK TO BE PRETTY
CONSISTENT ACROSS THE ENTIRE AREA WITH LOWS OF 30 TO 35 DEGREES
EXPECTED OVERNIGHT.

CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE DECREASE THROUGHOUT THE DAY TOMORROW...BUT
WILL HANG AROUND THE LONGEST IN THE NORTH COUNTRY.  THE WIND WILL BE
OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AND GUSTS COULD REACH AS HIGH AS 25 TO 30 MILES
PER HOUR.  HIGH TEMPERATURES THIS WEEKEND WILL RANGE IN THE LOW TO
MID 50S IN THE SOUTH AND MID TO UPPER 40S ACROSS THE NORTH.  WARMER
WEATHER WILL ARRIVE AGAIN FOR THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK AS HIGHS
WILL CLIMB BACK INTO THE 60S.

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KISTNER






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AWUS81 KGYX 180808
RWSGYX

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
408 AM EDT FRI APR 18 2014

CLEAR AND COLD IS THE RULE ACROSS THE REGION THIS MORNING.
CONDITIONS HAVE ALLOWED READINGS TO FALL WELL INTO THE 20S...WITH
UPPER TEENS IN THE FAVORED COOL SPOTS. THESE TEMPERATURES FOR MUCH
OF THE COASTAL PLAIN ARE ROUGHLY TEN DEGREES BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS
TIME OF YEAR.

HIGH PRESSURE CONTROLLING THE REGION WILL SLIDE EAST TODAY. THAT
WILL TURN WINDS MORE ONSHORE...KEEPING COASTAL LOCATIONS STUCK IN
THE 40S TODAY DESPITE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES. DOWNSLOPING WINDS WILL
HELP TO WARM THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY AND NORTH COUNTRY...WHERE HIGHS
WILL CLIMB TO AROUND 50.

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AWUS81 KGYX 171956
RWSGYX

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
356 PM EDT THU APR 17 2014

IT WAS A CLEAR...BUT CHILLY DAY ACROSS THE REGION.  HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE ONLY ABLE TO CLIMB INTO THE LOW TO MID 40S UNDER
THE MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES.  TONIGHT WILL BE ANOTHER CLEAR AND COLD
EVENING...AS TEMPERATURES WILL DROP OFF INTO THE 20S IN THE SOUTH
AND INTO THE TEENS ACROSS THE NORTH.

WE WILL SEE SOME MODERATION TO THE TEMPERATURES TOMORROW ACROSS
INLAND AREAS WITH HIGHS IN THE UPPER 40S TO LOW
50S...HOWEVER...ONSHORE FLOW WILL BRING SOME CLOUDS IN ALONG THE
COAST...AND HIGHS THERE WILL BE STUCK IN THE LOW TO MID 40S.  THE
NEXT CHANCE FOR RAIN SHOWERS WILL BE SATURDAY...MAINLY IN THE
FOOTHILLS AND MOUNTAINS...AS A WEAK LOW PRESSURES PASSES TO OUR
NORTH.  WARMER AIR MOVES IN FOR SUNDAY...WITH HIGHS IN THE 50S.

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KISTNER






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