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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
445 PM EDT Wed Jul 27 2016


Conditions will be clear this evening allowing overnight lows to
settle back around the mid 60s, warmer along the coastline and
within the urban centers.

While Thursday starts off mostly sunny, will see increasing clouds
along with the chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms, mainly
across northern and western portions of Massachusetts. Highs will
range from the mid 80s along the coas to the low to mid 90s inland
making for the 8th day in a row for some locations of 90 degree
heat.

Friday will be cooler under mostly cloudy conditions as there is a
better chance of much needed widespread rain along with scattered
thunderstorms. Specifics remain uncertain at this time, but it is
quite possible that some areas of Southern New England will see an
rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches, potentially doubling already
observed rainfall for the month of July. With such rainfall there is
the possibility for flooding so best to stay tuned to updated
forecasts.

Saturday is expected to be dry and seasonable, while there is a
renewed chance of showers and thunderstorms Sunday into Monday.
Thereafter and into the remainder of the week, looking at a warming
trend with the return of heat and humidity. Could see another round
of wet weather towards the end of the week.

$$

Sipprell



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