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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
340 PM EDT Fri Jun 23 2017

Warm and muggy air will continue to spread across Southern New
England tonight. The combination of a cold front approaching from
the west, and the remnants of tropical storm Cindy approaching from
the southwest, will cause the chance for showers and thunderstorms
tonight into early Saturday. There is also the risk for heavy rain
Saturday morning, especially across Rhode Island and southeast
Massachusetts. Lows tonight will only fall back into the mid 60s to
low 70s.

The cold front will sweep the remnants of Cindy out to sea Saturday
afternoon, afterwhich winds will begin to shift out of the west and
escort drier and less humid air into the region. Highs Saturday
afternoon will top out in the 80s across the interior, with slightly
cooler temperatures in the 70s for Cape Cod and the islands.

Saturday night will feature mostly clear skies with seasonable lows
in the mid 50s to low 60s.

Sunday will be the pick of the weekend as it promises to be dry with
afternoon temperatures warming into the mid 70s to mid 80s.

Looking to next week, it will be slightly cooler and somewhat
unsettled for early next week, followed by warmer and dry conditions
for the latter half of next week.


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