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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
415 PM EST WED MAR 4 2015

...AFTER A BRIEF BREAK FROM THE WINTRY WEATHER TODAY SNOW WILL MOVE
INTO SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND LATE TONIGHT.

TONIGHT RAIN WILL REDEVELOP THIS EVENING AND GRADUAL CHANGE TO SNOW.
THE BEST CHANCE OF ACCUMULATING SNOWS WILL AGAIN BE SOUTH OF THE
MASS PIKE...ESPECIALLY ACROSS THE CAPE AND ISLANDS AND SOUTHERN
RHODE ISLAND. LOW TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER TEENS OVER
THE FAR INTERIOR...TO THE MID 20S ALONG CAPE COD.

THURSDAY SNOW WILL TAPPER OFF BY MID MORNING...EXCEPT FOR THE SOUTH
COAST WHERE MOSTLY LIGHT SNOW CONTINUES INTO THE EARLY AFTERNOON.
AFTER ONE DAY OF NEAR NORMAL DAY TIME TEMPERATURES TODAY...HIGHS ON
THURSDAY WILL BE BACK TO AROUND 15 DEGREES COLDER THAN NORMAL FOR
THE FIRST WEEK IN MARCH.

WEAK LOW PRESSURE WILL PUSH ALONG THE STALLED FRONT WITH ANOTHER
ROUND OF SNOW TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN FOR
FRIDAY THROUGH THIS WEEKEND...BRINGING DRY CONDITIONS WITH COLDER
THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES. A WEAKENING FRONT MAY BRING SOME LIGHT
SNOW SHOWERS ON MONDAY.

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