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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
405 PM EST Wed Dec 13 2017

A strong low pressure over eastern Canada brought gusty winds and
cold temperatures to Southern New England for this Wednesday. Skies
averaged out to be partly sunny but high temperatures were only in
the 20s. However strong winds made it feel like the single digits to
mid teens.

Skies will start off partly cloudy tonight. However low pressure
that will move off the New Jersey coast will cause skies to become
cloudy. There will be a chance of some snow spreading from west to
east after midnight. Lows tonight will range from the mid teens to
the mid 20s.

There will be a chance of some light snow Thursday morning, mainly
along the south coast as well as Cape cod and the Islands. Low
pressure will pass southeast of Nantucket during the morning which
will allow skies to become mostly sunny during the late morning to
early afternon. Highs Thursday will range from the lower 20s to the
lower 30s.

For Friday skies will be partly sunny as high pressure builds over
the region. High temperatures for the last day of the work week will
range from the mid 20s to the mid 30s.


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