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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
430 PM EST Tue Jan 16 2018

Tonight snow will be gradually spreading west to east overnight. The
best chance of plowable snow is west of a line from Worcester to
Hartford. Eastern portions will not have as much snow but travel
conditions will be slowed. Overnight low temperatures drop back into
the mid 20s.

For Wednesday snow continues, moderate at times. An onshore wind
will change light snow to rain along and east of the rte 95
corridor. Areas to the west will have moderate snow during the
morning, gradually tapering to light snow during the afternoon.
Highs Wednesday will range from around 30 degrees over the northwest
interior to the upper 30s for Cape Cod.

Clearing skies Wednesday night, with lows in the teens. Thursday
will feature sunny skies, with highs around 30.

A developing coastal low pressure will track northeast to near Cape
Cod Wednesday morning. This system is expected to bring a moderate
to heavy snowfall to western and central MA and northern CT late
tonight into Wednesday. Dry weather likely Wednesday night into
Sunday, with a warming trend during this weekend.

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