Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
355 PM EST Sat Feb 25 2017

It was another day of well above normal temperatures for Southern
New England on this Saturday. Both Boston and Worcester recorded
record high temperatures for this day with Hartford tying the daily
record high temperature. Along with the warmth there were also
scattered showers during the afternoon. Highs today were mostly in
the 60s. The exception was found along south facing coastal areas
where highs were in the 50s.

Tonight a cold front will cross Southern New England. This front
will bring showers to most locations with some thunder not out of
the question. Once the front passes temperatures will fall across
the region. Any showers will come to an end around midnight. Early
morning lows will end up in the 30s.

The cold front will be well east of the region by Sunday morning.
This will allow skies to be partly sunny. It will be a much cooler
day with highs Sunday ranging from the mid 30s to the mid 40s. It
will feel even colder with gusty west winds.

Looking forward to Monday skies will be sunny for the first day of
the work week. Monday will have above normal temperatures for this
time of year with highs ranging from the mid 40s to the mid 50s.


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