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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
356 AM EST FRI NOV 21 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR THIS MORNING. CLOUDS WERE NOTED WELL
OFFSHORE... AND MORE CLOUDS WERE SEEN ON SATELLITE IMAGERY OVER THE
GREEN AND WHITE MOUNTAINS IN ASSOCIATION WITH A COLD FRONT. A FEW
LOCATIONS IN VERMONT AND CANADA WERE REPORTING SNOW.

THIS FRONT WILL MOVE SOUTH THIS MORNING SPREADING SCATTERED SNOW
SHOWERS OVER THE NORTH. TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL ONLY REACH THE TEENS
AND LOWER 20S NORTH TO UPPER 20S AND MID 30S SOUTH. IN ADDITION
BLUSTERY NORTHWEST WINDS WILL MAKE IT SEEM EVEN COLDER.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN FROM THE SOUTH LATE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
A WARM FRONT WILL BRING CLOUDS AND UNSETTLED WEATHER TO THE AREA
SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY. LOW PRESSURE AND A TRAILING FRONTAL
SYSTEM WILL BRING MILD AND INCREASINGLY WET WEATHER TO THE REGION
EARLY NEXT WEEK.

$$

HANES




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