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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
410 PM EDT WED APR 23 2014

LOW PRESSURE MOVING THROUGH THE GULF OF MAINE BROUGHT A CLOUDY DAY
TO MUCH OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND. SOME RAIN FELL ESPECIALLY IN
COASTAL AREAS. TEMPERATURES WARMED INTO THE 50S FOR MUCH OF THE
AREA... BUT COLDER AIR MOVING IN FROM THE NORTH KEPT NORTHERN
AREAS IN THE 40S.

LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE EAST ON THURSDAY WITH DRIER AIR MOVING IN
BEHIND IT. NORTHWEST WINDS WILL BE STRONG WITH GUSTS TO 40 MPH OR
HIGHER EXPECTED. WINDS SUBSIDE THURSDAY NIGHT WITH COLD
TEMPERATURES EXPECTED. MUCH OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND INTERIOR MAINE
WILL FALL BELOW FREEZING.

HIGH PRESSURE PROVIDES A NICE DAY ON FRIDAY WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES
IN THE MID TO UPPER 50S. ANOTHER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES OUT OF
THE GREAT LAKES AND INTO NEW ENGLAND THIS WEEKEND... BRINGING MORE
WET WEATHER.

$$

KIMBLE





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