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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
455 PM EDT WED Sep 20 2017

...Tropical Storm Jose will remain nearly stationary around 175
miles south of Cape Cod through Thursday...

Tonight bands of rain from tropical Storm Jose will pivot back
towards Southeast Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Some of the bands
will made have heavy down pours. Areas north and west of rte 95 will
receive a .10 of an inch or less. Southeast portions of the region
will see wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph, with winds dropping off again
west of rte 95. Overnight lows settle back into the lower 60s.

Thursday will see rain gradually diminish, but northeast winds
continue as Tropical Storm slowly weakens. Western portions of the
region will see partial sunshine developing by late afternoon.

Jose will meander southeast of Nantucket through Saturday. This may
be close enough to maintain rain and strong wind for a couple of
days over Southeast Mass, favoring Cape Cod and Islands as well as
the adjacent ocean waters. High pressure builds in from the Great
Lakes with dry weather early next week.

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KAB


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