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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
815 AM EDT Thu Sep 21 2017

Tropical Storm Jose has stalled well southeast of Nantucket and will
slowly drift toward the southwest the next few days. This will
maintain strong winds and scattered rain bands for a couple of days,
namely across Cape Cod and the Islands. In addition rough surf and
high seas will batter the adjacent coasts and ocean waters.
Meanwhile, clearing moves into Western Massachusetts and
Connecticut.

Looking to the weekend, high pressure will build in from the Great
Lakes with dry weather on tap. Temperatures will warm into the 70s
to around 80 degrees for most of the region on Saturday, except for
mid and upper 60s for the Cape and islands. Warmer temperatures are
expected on Sunday with highs in the low and mid 80s, except 70s
along the east and south coasts. Dry weather and warm temperatures
will likely continue into Monday. A cold front dropping south from
Canada, could bring a few showers for mid week along with slightly
cooler temperatures.

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KAB



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