Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
238 PM EDT Tue Aug 23 2016

Tonight will be clear and dry as a high pressure remains over New
England. Low temperatures will be seasonable in the mid 50s to low
60s across the region. Winds will be nearly calm tonight with
possible southwesterly winds gusting up to 10 miles per hour along
the coast.

Early morning fog is possible in the Connecticut River Valley but
will clear out by mid morning. For the rest of the region, clear
skies will persist throughout the day. Wednesday afternoon will be
seasonably warm with increasing humidity. High temperatures will
reach into the upper 80s in the Connecticut River Valley and
Metrowest Boston. High temperatures along the coast will be in the
upper 70s to low 80s. Low temperatures Wednesday night will range in
the 60s.

Thursday will be similar to Wednesday with highs ranging in the 80s
and clear skies through the morning. There is a chance of rain
showers Thursday night in advance of another cold front approaching
from the west. Rain showers will continue through Friday and into
Saturday morning, with skies clearing soon after. This weekend calls
for dry and less humid weather as yet another high pressure system
begins building in behind the cold front.


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