Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
745 AM EST Tue Feb 21 2017

High pressure centered over New England today moves offshore tonight
and Wednesday. This brings us mainly dry weather and a trend toward
milder temperatures. A weak cold front dissipates as it crosses New
England late tonight, but not before bringing us some light rain or
sprinkles. But along and north of Route 2, freezing rain or drizzle
is possible.

A series of low pressure systems move through the Great Lakes
Thursday through Saturday maintaining unseasonably mild temperatures
in New England, with near record warmth possible Thursday. There is
the risk for showers on Friday. Then on Saturday, a strong cold
front will cross the region likely bringing widespread rain,
followed by blustery and more seasonable conditions Sunday and


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