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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
424 PM EDT Wed Mar 29 2017

Southern New England will have mostly clear conditions overnight.
Lows drop back into the mid 20s to lower 30s.

Thursday will feature abundant sunshine with highs into mid to upper
40s with some locations in the Southern Connecticut River Valley
getting into the low 50s.

Thursday night clouds will be on the increase with light snow
developing by late evening, initially across western areas. Greater
Boston will likely see the first flakes by daybreak. Overnight lows
settle back to around 30.

Friday, the region will see a wintry mix during the day. The best
chance of mostly snow, verses sleet or freezing rain, is north of
the Mass Pike and west of route 495.

The wintry mix continues Friday night with the best chance of
accumulating snow across the highest elevations. Mostly rain or
sleet is expected over the southern half of New England. Overnight
lows again should be in the lower 30s.

High pressure brings dry and seasonable temperatures for Thursday.
Low pressure from the Ohio Valley passes south of New England Friday
into the weekend. This brings a mix of precipitation Friday and
Saturday.

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