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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
358 AM EDT WED SEP 17 2014


SKIES REMAINED MAINLY CLEAR OVERNIGHT...ALTHOUGH MANY LOCATIONS DID
SEE FOG DEVELOP.  PRE-DAWN TEMPERATURES HAD FALLEN MOSTLY INTO THE
40S...ALTHOUGH A FEW COASTAL LOCATIONS WERE IN THE LOW 50S.

ANY FOG WILL BURN OFF AFTER SUNRISE...AND SKIES WILL BE GENERALLY
SUNNY.  THE ONLY EXCEPTION WILL BE IN THE NORTH...ALONG THE CANADIAN
BORDER WHERE A STALLED FRONT COULD PRODUCE MORE CLOUDS AND THE
OUTSIDE CHANCE OF A SHOWER. HIGHS SHOULD MAKE IT CLOSE TO SEASONAL
NORMALS IN THE MID TO UPPER 60S.

THAT FRONT BEGINS TO MOVES SOUTHWARD ACROSS NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MAINE
TONIGHT...AND CROSSES THE AREA THURSDAY MORNING.  ALTHOUGH THERE
WILL BE LITTLE...IF ANY...RAIN FROM THE FRONT...IT WILL TURN SHARPLY
COLDER LATE THURSDAY. LOWS THURSDAY NIGHT WILL DROP INTO THE UPPER
20S IN THE NORTH...AND GENERALLY IN THE 30S EVERYWHERE ELSE.
DESPITE MAINLY SUNNY SKIES ON FRIDAY...TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE TO
MAKE IT OUT OF THE 50S.

WARMER AIR BEGINS TO MAKE A COMEBACK OVER THE WEEKEND...ALTHOUGH IT
WILL COME WITH A THREAT OF SHOWERS...ESPECIALLY SATURDAY NIGHT.

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