Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS81 KBOX 211329

Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
825 AM EST Sun Jan 21 2018

High pressure building south of New England will provide our region
with mostly sunny skies today and light westerly winds. Afternoon
temperatures will warm into the 40s.

There will be increasing clouds tonight ahead of low pressure
approaching from the mid west. Winds will be light while lows fall
back into the upper 20s and low 30s.

As the storm continues heading our way on Monday, a light wintry mix
could break out across the interior during the afternoon, along and
north of the Mass Pike. Elsewhere there is the chance for rain.
Temperatures will rise into the mid 30s to low 40s by afternoon.

On Monday night light icing is possible across interior northern
Massachusetts, with rain likely elsewhere. Low temperatures will
range in the 30s.

As the storm heads northeast toward Quebec on Tuesday, a wind swept
rain will blanket our region as temperatures warm through the 40s.
Winds will be out of the south and southwest, with the strongest
winds and gusts to be felt across southeast Massachusetts and
southern Rhode Island.

Blustery and dry conditions with colder temperatures will follow
Wednesday and Thursday. Dry and cold weather will prevail into
Friday but with lighter winds. Moderating temperatures are expected
for next weekend with the chance for rain on Sunday.


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