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AWUS81 KGYX 240913
RWSGYX

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
513 AM EDT FRI OCT 24 2014

LOW PRESSURE MOVED THROUGH THE GULF OF MAINE OVERNIGHT... BRINGING
RAIN TO MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE. THE LOW WILL MOVE OFF TO THE
NORTHEAST TODAY... WITH RAIN BECOMING LIGHTER AND ENDING AS THE DAY
GOES ON. SOME SUN MAY EVEN BREAK OUT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE THIS AFTERNOON.

HIGH PRESSURE BRIEFLY MOVES IN FOR SATURDAY BEFORE ANOTHER COLD
FRONT BRINGS A CHANCE OF A SHOWER SATURDAY NIGHT. SUNDAY WILL BE
BREEZY AND SEASONABLY COOL. TEMPERATURES WILL BE ON A GRADUAL
WARMING TREND THROUGH TUESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN OUT OF THE
SOUTH.

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KIMBLE




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AWUS81 KGYX 230837
RWSGYX

LOW PRESSURE IS MEANDERING SOUTH OF NANTUCKET THIS MORNING...AND
WILL DOMINATE OUR WEATHER THROUGH THE END OF THE WEEK. TO THE NORTH
OF THE CENTER BANDS OF RAINFALL ARE PINWHEELING IN OFF THE GULF OF
MAINE. IN ADDITION...STRONG NORTHEAST WINDS WILL GUST OFF AND ON
THROUGH THE MIDDLE PART OF THE DAY.

WITH LOW PRESSURE MORE OR LESS STATIONARY TODAY...RAINFALL WILL
CONTINUE TO BE IN THE FORECAST THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT. THE HEAVIEST
RAIN IS EXPECTED FROM THIS EVENING THROUGH THURSDAY. AN ADDITIONAL 2
TO AS MUCH AS 4 INCHES IS POSSIBLE FOR MUCH OF THE FORECAST AREA.




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