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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
750 AM EST Mon Dec 5 2016

Southern New England will have the season first snow fall that will
slow the morning commute. Accumulations of a coating to an inch can
be expected along and inside of the I 495 corridor. For the
Worcester hills and west to the Berkshires, a 1 to 2 inch
accumulation is forecast. Afternoon temperatures will rebound into
the mid 30s to mid 40s, transitioning any snow to rain.

High pressure returns to New England Monday night and Tuesday
providing dry conditions. Lows Monday night will average in the 20s,
but with 30s along the south coast, Cape and islands. Highs on
Tuesday will top out in the mid 30s to mid 40s.

A brief period of light to moderate snow during the morning commute
will result in snow covered roads this morning. Then partial
clearing late in the day. Dry tonight into Tuesday as high pressure
builds back across the Region. Low pressure off the mid Atlantic
coast may bring some mixed light rain and or snow into Southern New
England Tuesday night into Wednesday.


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