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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
500 PM EDT Sat Sep 23 2017

A weakening once tropical storm Jose will slowly drift southeast of
Cape Cod before dissipating on Monday. Meanwhile high pressure will
continue building across New England.

Tonight skies remain mostly clear, except for southeast
Massachusetts. Overnight lows settle back into the upper 50s.

Sunday will seem like mid summer with highs up in the 80s along with
moderate humidity. A few spots across the Connecticut valley may
reach the lower 90s. Onshore winds will kept coastal areas 10 to as
much as 20 degrees cooler.

Temperatures will again be well up into the 80s away from the coast
with dew points even a bit higher on Monday and Tuesday.

Hurricane Maria is expected to pass southeast of New England late in
the week with strongest winds well offshore.


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