Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
210 PM EDT Wed May 24 2017

Light showers moving Southwest to northeast have moved offshore as
of 2 PM this afternoon. Skies will remain overcast through the
night, with temperatures dropping into the 50s overnight.

With an approaching occluded front, temperatures will be much below
normal for Thursday and Friday. Afternoon temperatures both days
will struggle to surpass mid 50s across the region.

Widespread rain from the approaching low pressure system will begin
Thursday morning and continue into Friday. Rainfall totals are
expected to be near two inches along the Cape and Islands.

Thursday and Friday low temperatures will remain in the 50s across
the region, with the potential of northern Massachusetts dipping
into the 40s.

Saturday will be dry with highs in the 70s and clearing skies
throughout the day. Overnight temperatures will be in the 50s once

Clouds will return to the region Sunday afternoon with a small
chance of showers as yet another low pressure system approaches.
Rain showers may linger into Monday morning as the low departs the
region that afternoon.


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