Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
205 PM EST Tue Feb 21 2017

High pressure centered over New England this afternoon will shift
offshore tonight and Wednesday. Dry conditions will prevail through
around midnight tonight afterwhich there is the risk for light
showers through Wednesday morning. There is the possibility for
spotty freezing rain tonight but confined along and north of route 2.

The remainder of Wednesday will be dry with unseasonably warm
temperatures.  Warmer and moister air continues to spread into our
region Wednesday night and Thursday with near record warmth expected
for Thursday afternoon. There is also the risk for some spot showers.

A large area of low pressure will lift across the Great Lakes region
Friday, with a secondary low pressure area lifting across New
England on Saturday. Unseasonable warmth will continue for our
region and be accompanied by scattered rain showers on Friday and
more widespread showers on Saturday.

Blustery and more seasonable conditions will follow on Sunday and


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