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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
242 PM EDT TUE APR 15 2014

AN INTENSE COLD FRONT WILL MOVE ACROSS THE REGION
TONIGHT...BRINGING HEAVY RAIN AND SOME GUSTY WINDS.  AFTER THE FRONT
PASSES THERE WILL BE A QUICK DROP IN TEMPERATURES AND AREAS OF RAIN
MAY CHANGE OVER TO SNOW AS THE COLD AIR RUSHES IN BEHIND THE FRONT.
ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE BE VERY LIGHT WITH ONLY AN INCH OR LESS OF
SNOWFALL EXPECTED.  THE MAIN THREAT FROM THIS SYSTEM WILL BE RIVER
FLOODING...AS MULTIPLE RIVERS WHICH ARE ALREADY AT CAPACITY WILL
CONTINUE TO RISE DUE TO THE HEAVY RAIN AND SNOW MELT.  PLEASE STAY
ALERT TO LOCAL FLOOD WARNINGS IN YOUR AREA.

TOMORROW IS LOOKING MUCH COOLER AS TEMPERATURES WILL BE ABOUT 10
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL...WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE LOW 40S.  RECORD COLD
TEMPERATURES WILL BE POSSIBLE TOMORROW NIGHT WITH LOWS EXPECTED IN
THE TEENS AND 20S ACROSS THE REGION.  COOL BELOW AVERAGE CONDITIONS
WILL CONTINUE FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE OVER EASTERN
CANADA KEEPS A COOL ONSHORE EASTERLY FLOW OVER NEW ENGLAND.

$$

KISTNER








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