Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
730 AM Sat Oct 22 2016

Today will be cool and rainy with strong gusty winds as a low
pressure area strengthens over New England. Winds will begin
increasing this afternoon, gusting up to 25 mph inland and possibly
35 mph along the coast. Temperatures will top out in the mid 60s
along the eastern coast, with inland areas remaining in the mid 50s.
Rain showers will move through the region late this morning,
continuing through the afternoon.

Overnight temperatures will be cooler than usual with lows in the
upper 30s to mid 40s. Winds will continue to increase overnight as
winds may gust up to 45 mph. Rain showers begin tapering off
Saturday night as the low pressure area moves offshore.

Sunday morning will be mostly cloudy, but skies will begin clearing
in the afternoon. Strong winds will continue through Sunday as the
low pressure area remains just off the eastern coast. Wind gusts up
to 40 mph are possible. Temperatures will remain cool with highs
ranging in the 50s, and lows ranging in the 40s.

Early next week seems to be mostly dry with temperatures slightly
below normal.


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