Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
330 PM EDT Fri Oct 20 2017

Skies will be mostly clear throughout the afternoon with strong
northwesterly winds. Wind gusts are expected to gust near 20 mph
along the coasts this afternoon, but diminish later this evening as
a high pressure system builds in from the south.

Overnight lows will near seasonable as clear skies allow for diurnal
cooling. Temperatures will range from the upper 30s to mid 40s
across the region.

Tomorrow will be significantly warmer with temperatures near 15
degrees above normal. Most of the region will reach into the mid
70s, with the Connecticut River Valley and eastern Mass coast
nearing 80. Skies will be mostly sunny once again across the region.

Mid level clouds are expected to move into the region Saturday
evening, allowing temperatures will remain in the 40s across
Southern New England.

Above normal temperatures continue through early next week as
the high pressure continues to build in from the south.

Widespread rain will return to the region as an occluded low
approaches from over the Great Lakes Tuesday. Rain showers are
expected to continue into Wednesday and possibly Thursday morning
before the system moves offshore. Temperatures during this period
will be closer to seasonable, with the afternoons ranging in the


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