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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY MAINE
429 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND THIS MORNING.
HIGH PRESSURE WAS BUILDING IN FROM THE WEST. TEMPERATURES GENERALLY
RANGED FROM THE UPPER TEENS TO UPPER 20S. THE COLDEST SPOT REPORTING
THIS MORNING SO FAR WAS WHITEFIELD AT 11 DEGREES.

THE CHILLY WEATHER WILL CONTINUE TODAY WITH MOST OF THE AREA NOT
RISING ABOVE 30S DURING THE DAY DESPITE SUNNY SKIES. THE WARMER
TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND SOUTHWEST MAINE
ALONG THE COAST WHERE READINGS WILL APPROACH 40 DEGREES. ONCE AGAIN
OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL FALL BACK INTO THE TEENS LATE NIGHT INTO
THURSDAY MORNING.

HIGH PRESSURE MOVES EAST ON THURSDAY AND SIGNALS THE BEGINNING OF A
WARMING TREND. SHOWERY WEATHER IS POSSIBLE LATE THURSDAY AS A COLD
FRONT APPROACHES THE AREA. THE WARMEST DAY OF THE WEEK WILL BE
FRIDAY WHEN MOST OF THE REGION WILL SEE 50 DEGREES AND SOME LUCKY
SPOTS WILL HIT 60.

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HANES



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