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AWUS81 KGYX 261212  
RWSGYX  
WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME  
712 AM EST TUE JAN 26 2021  
 
HIGH PRESSURE EXITS TO THE EAST TODAY WHILE LOW PRESSURE TRACKS  
OUT OF THE OHIO VALLEY. WHILE THE BULK OF THIS SYSTEM WILL TRACK  
TO THE SOUTH OF NEW ENGLAND, AN AREA OF SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED TO  
SPREAD INTO MUCH OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND WITH THE GREATEST  
ACCUMULATIONS OCCURRING IN SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE. SNOW WILL  
TAPER OFF ON WEDNESDAY, BUT SOME BANDS OF LIGHT SNOW MAY  
CONTINUE ACROSS THE AREA AS A TROUGH LINGERS THROUGH THURSDAY.  
ARCTIC AIR SPILLS SOUTHEAST OUT OF CANADA AND INTO NEW ENGLAND  
AT THE END OF THE WEEK. EXPECT COLDER CONDITIONS FOR THE  
WEEKEND.  
 

 
 
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