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AWUS81 KGYX 020700
RWSGYX

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
300 AM EDT SAT AUG 2 2014

A WARM FRONT APPROACHES FROM THE SOUTH TODAY THEN STALLS JUST OFF
THE COAST THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT AS A WEAK AREA OF LOW PRESSURE MOVES
TO THE NORTHEAST ALONG THE FRONT. THIS WILL GENERATE A FEW SHOWERS
ACROSS THE REGION, ESPECIALLY ALONG THE COAST, AND POSSIBLY A
THUNDERSTORM OR TWO ACROSS THE MOUNTAINS OVER THE WEEKEND AS WE STAY
IN A WARM AND HUMID AIR MASS.

THE FRONT GRADUALLY PUSHES OUT TO SEA ON MONDAY AS WEAK HIGH
PRESSURE MOVES IN FROM THE WEST. STILL...WITH WARM AND HUMID AIR
REMAINING IN PLACE THERE IS STILL THE CHANCE OF A SHOWER OR
THUNDERSTORM.

A COLD FRONT APPROACHES FROM THE WEST ON TUESDAY THEN SLOWLY CROSS
THE REGION ON WEDNESDAY. THIS WILL KICK OFF MORE SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WITH THE BETTER CHANCE ON WEDNESDAY. THIS FRONT PUSHES
OFFSHORE ON THURSDAY...BUT A LAGGING UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM WILL CREATE
THE POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS.

FINALLY...A HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM BUILDS IN ON FRIDAY WHICH SHOULD
GIVES US DRY WARM WEATHER.

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