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AWUS81 KGYX 230837
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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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AWUS81 KGYX 220836
RWSGYX

SURFACE LOW PRESSURE IS CONSOLIDATING OFF THE DELMARVA COAST THIS
MORNING. TO THE NORTH OF IT WAVES OF RAIN SHOWERS HAVE BEEN MOVING
IN FROM THE GULF OF MAINE ALL DAY AND THROUGH THE NIGHT. RAINFALL
TOTALS SO FAR RANGE FROM ONLY A FEW TENTHS ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW
HAMPSHIRE...TO WELL OVER AN INCH IN PORTLAND.

LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO GATHER STRENGTH TODAY AND INTO
TONIGHT. THE HEAVIEST RAIN IS EXPECTED FROM THIS EVENING THROUGH
THURSDAY. AN ADDITIONAL 2 TO AS MUCH AS 4 INCHES IS POSSIBLE FOR
MUCH OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND ESPECIALLY WESTERN MAINE.

AS RAINFALL DOES PICK UP IN INTENSITY THIS EVENING...ALLOW FOR EXTRA
TRAVEL TIME AND BE AWARE OF ANY FLOODING.




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