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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE AND WESTERN MAINE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
315 AM EDT THU AUG 28 2014

CLOUDS INCREASED OVER NORTHERN AND WESTERN AREAS DURING THE NIGHT.
IN WAS A MILDER NIGHT WITH INCREASING HUMIDITY AND PATCHY FOG. LOWS
DROPPED INTO THE 50S WITH SOME LOWER 60S IN THE SOUTH.

SHOWERS AND SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL GRADUALLY CROSS THROUGH THE
REGION FROM NORTH TO SOUTH TODAY. A FEW OF THE STORMS MAY HAVE
STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND HEAVY DOWNPOURS. IT WILL BE MILD AND MUGGY
WITH LOWER 80S FOR HIGHS IN THE SOUTH AND 70S TO THE NORTH.

PLENTY OF CLOUDS WILL LINGER ACROSS THE REGION TONIGHT INTO LABOR
DAY. HOWEVER...ANY RISK OF A STRAY SHOWER WILL BE SMALL.

ANOTHER FRONT WILL PASS THROUGH NEW ENGLAND TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY
NIGHT...BRINGING A FEW MORE SCATTERED SHOWERS. OTHERWISE...HIGH
PRESSURE WILL THEN BUILD IN FOR MUCH OF THE REST OF THE WEEK. THIS
WILL KEEP THINGS RELATIVELY DRY THROUGH THE PERIOD.

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