Weather Service Report


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ASUS41 KGYX 201710
RWRGYX
WEATHER ROUNDUP FOR MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
100 PM EDT THU JUL 20 2017

MEZ002-005-006-010-012-015-018-020-021-024-026-027-029-201800-
MAINE
  
CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
PORTLAND       PTSUNNY   86  61  42 CALM      29.88F                  
SANFORD          N/A     88  61  40 VRB7      29.89F                  
BAR HARBOR     SUNNY     83  68  60 S10       29.87F                  
WISCASSET      PTSUNNY   85  65  51 VRB5      29.89F                  
ROCKLAND       PTSUNNY   81  64  56 S10       29.88F                  
FRYEBURG       CLOUDY    86  67  52 E6        29.88F                  
LEWISTONAUBURN MOSUNNY   85  66  53 W9        29.88F                  
AUGUSTA        PTSUNNY   85  65  51 W6        29.89F                  
WATERVILLE     SUNNY     84  67  56 SW8       29.86F                  
BANGOR         MOSUNNY   84  61  45 SW7       29.87F                  
GREENVILLE       N/A     79  61  53 VRB5      29.90F                  
MILLINOCKET    MOSUNNY   83  60  45 VRB5      29.88F                  
HOULTON        MOSUNNY   82  61  48 W5        29.85F                  
PRESQUE ISLE   SUNNY     80  62  54 NW8       29.87F                  
FRENCHVILLE    MOSUNNY   74  59  59 W9        29.87F                  
CARIBOU        MOSUNNY   81  60  48 SW8       29.86F                  
$$

NHZ002-005-008-009-011-012-014-201800-
NEW HAMPSHIRE
  
CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
PORTSMOUTH     PTSUNNY   88  65  46 SW7       29.88F HX  90           
ROCHESTER      CLOUDY    87  63  44 VRB5      29.89F                  
NASHUA         CLOUDY    88  69  53 VRB5      29.90F HX  92           
MANCHESTER     PTSUNNY   89  63  41 W9        29.88F HX  90           
CONCORD        PTSUNNY   88  65  46 NW8       29.90  HX  90           
LACONIA        CLOUDY    84  64  50 W10       29.91F                  
PLYMOUTH       FAIR      83  61  47 CALM      29.90F                  
BERLIN         MOSUNNY   83  60  45 SW8       29.91F                  
WHITEFIELD     SUNNY     83  62  49 VRB6      29.92F                  
JAFFREY        PTSUNNY   85  67  54 W10       29.95F                  
KEENE          PTSUNNY   84  68  58 SW8       29.92F                  
LEBANON        PTSUNNY   85  64  49 W9        29.90F                  
MT WASHINGTON  FOG       54  54 100 W20         N/A  VSB 1/16         
$$

VTZ005-007-008-201800-
VERMONT
  
CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
ST JOHNSBURY     N/A     83  64  52 MISG      29.88F                  
MONTPELIER     MOSUNNY   82  60  47 N3        29.96F                  
BURLINGTON     PTSUNNY   85  66  53 SE5       29.88F                  
$$

MAZ007-012-024-CTZ003-RIZ002-NYZ038-NYZ072-201800-
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND AND NY
  
CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
BOSTON         PTSUNNY   88  66  48 W9G18     29.90F HX  90           
WORCESTER      CLOUDY    84  65  52 W8        29.96F                  
NANTUCKET      SUNNY     83  68  60 SW12      29.94F                  
PROVIDENCE     PTSUNNY   91  68  46 W12G22    29.93  HX  95           
HARTFORD       PTSUNNY   89  67  47 S5        29.92  HX  92           
ALBANY         PTSUNNY   86  67  52 W3        29.92                   
NEW YORK CITY  PTSUNNY   93  67  42 NW7       29.93F HX  96           
$$

ANZ081-ANZ082-ANZ150-NHZ014-MEZ023>029-201800-
COASTAL MARINE OBSERVATIONS
  
STATION/POSITION TIME  TEMP    WIND        PRES    WAVE
                       AIR SEA DIR/SP/G            HT/PER
                 (UTC) (F)     (DEG/KT/KT) (MB)    (FT/S)
MOUNT DESERT ROC 1700   65                 1012.4F
MATINICUS ROCK   1600   72     220/  7/  7 1012.4F
ISLE OF SHOALS   1600   79     180/  5/  5 1012.8F
JEFFREYS LEDGE   1636      67                N/A     2/15
CASHES LEDGE BUO 1550   76 70              1013.2    2/15
$$

.............KEY..............
   WCI - WIND CHILL
   TC  - TEMPERATURE IN CELSIUS
   VSB - VISIBILITY IN MILES
   HX  - HEAT INDEX
   FAIR- INDICATES FEW OR NO CLOUDS BELOW 12,000 FT, WITH NO 
         SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AND/OR OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISIBILITY.


  

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