Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
240 PM Sun Oct 23 2016

Strong winds will continue into tonight with gusts up to 40 mph.
Temperatures will remain cool with highs ranging in the 50s, and
lows ranging in the 40s. Sites at higher elevations may see
temperatures dip into the 30s tonight.

Strong winds continue tomorrow with wind gusts up to 30 mph. Winds
will gradually decrease through the week. Scattered showers are
possible tomorrow morning as a low pressure area moves east just
south of New England. By midday, rain showers will move offshore
with skies clearing soon after. A high pressure area begins to build
in over New England Monday afternoon, returning dry weather to the
region. Afternoon temperatures will reach into the 50s with some
coastal areas reaching 60. Overnight lows will be unseasonably cold
with lows dipping into the low 30s for most of the region.

Tuesday will be similar to Monday, except for temperatures being
even colder. High temperatures expected to top out at 50 degrees
with most of the region in the upper 40s. Westerly winds continue to
weaken Tuesday with 20 mph gusts. Overnight temperatures will be in
the low 30s with central Massachusetts dipping into the 20s.

Most of the region will remain clear and dry Wednesday, except for
Cape Cod which has a chance for showers Wednesday afternoon.
Widespread showers are expected on Thursday and will continue
through the night. Wednesday and Thursday will see high temperatures
in the mid 40s to low 50s. Overnight temperatures will be in the mid
20s to mid 30s across the region.


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