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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
441 AM EST SAT JAN 31 2015

LIGHT TO MODERATE SNOW WAS FALLING OVER MUCH OF SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
MAINE AND PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE THIS MORNING. MANY
AREAS HAD RECEIVED BETWEEN 4 AND 8 INCHES SINCE THE SNOW BEGAN ON
FRIDAY. WINDS WERE ALSO STRONG WITH SOME SITES GUSTING AS HIGH AS 35
MPH. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS NORTH TO TEENS SOUTH.

LOW PRESSURE IN THE GULF OF MAINE WILL MOVE INTO THE CANADIAN
MARITIMES BY THIS AFTERNOON. SNOW WILL COME TO AN END WEST TO EAST
WITH ANOTHER TWO INCHES POSSIBLE OVER WESTERN MAINE AND UP TO 3
INCHES POSSIBLE OVER THE MID COAST THROUGHOUT THE DAY. WINTER STORM
WARNINGS AS WELL AS WIND CHILL ADVISORIES REMAIN IN EFFECT. IN
ADDITION BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW IS EXPECTING TODAY WITH THE GUSTY
WINDS.

HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL ONLY REACH A FEW DEGREES ABOVE ZERO IN
THE NORTH AND THE MID TO UPPER TEENS SOUTH. ON SUNDAY HIGH PRESSURE
BUILDS IN BRIEFLY WITH COLD WEATHER CONTINUING.

$$

HANES




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