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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
745 AM EST Fri Nov 17 2017

Southern New England will have sunny skies today with seasonable cool
highs, in the mostly in the lower 40s.

Tonight mostly clear skies with low temperatures down into the low
to mid 20s. A few northern interior spots will drop into the upper
teens.

Mostly sunny skies to start on Saturday with increasing clouds by
late morning. Showers spread west to east by late afternoon. Highs
should range from the mid 50s across southeast portions of the
region, and the lower 40s over the northern interior.

High pressure builds across the region today. Strengthening low
pressure will push across the St Lawrence River Valley this weekend
as gusty southwest winds develop Saturday afternoon and night. A
cold front will cross the region by Monday morning, with another
shot of cold and blustery conditions. Dry conditions will prevail
from Monday through Thanksgiving.

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