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AWUS81 KBOX 281958
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CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-NHZ011-012-015-RIZ001>008-290400-

REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
355 PM THU AUG 28 2014

DRY HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD EAST OVER NEW ENGLAND TONIGHT AND
FRIDAY BRINGING LESS HUMID CONDITIONS AND SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES.
LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT AND FRIDAY NIGHT WILL AVERAGE IN THE 50S.
HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL TOP OUT IN THE 70S...WITH A FEW SPOTS REACHING
80 DEGREES.

MEANWHILE...HURRICANE CRISTOBAL WILL HEAD TOWARD THE NORTH ATLANTIC
TONIGHT. SOME RESIDUAL ROUGH SURF AND RIP CURRENTS WILL LINGER INTO
FRIDAY FOR SOUTH AND EAST FACING AREA BEACHES.

LOOKING TO THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND...HIGH PRESSURE WILL SHIFT EAST
OVER THE GULF OF MAINE ON SATURDAY...BUT STILL PROVIDE OUR REGION
WITH ANOTHER DAY OF DRY CONDITIONS AND SEASONABLE TEMPERATURES. IT
WILL WARM UP LATER IN THE WEEKEND WITH DAY TIME HIGHS RANGING IN THE
MID 70S TO MID 80S ON SUNDAY AND MONDAY...AND NIGHT TIME LOWS WILL
AVERAGE IN THE 60S SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY NIGHT. A WEAK FRONTAL
BOUNDARY OVER THE REGION SUNDAY AND MONDAY COULD PROVIDE THE FOCUS
FOR WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.

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KAB


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