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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
420 PM EST Mon Dec 5 2016

Southern New England first snow event with an inch or two, caused
the seasons first slowed morning commute. This was a reminder that
it does not take much snow on road surfaces to cause accidents.

This evening skies clear with temperatures dropping back below
freezing with pockets of black ice possible on untreated road
surfaces. Lows by daybreak should be mostly in the upper 20s, except
for the lower 30s along the coast.

Tuesday will have abundant sunshine with highs in the low to mid
40s.

Increasing evening clouds tomorrow night with light rain spreads
west to east. The rain will gradually mix with or change to light
snow. There may be some minor accumulations across some of the
regions higher elevations. Overnight lows will again settle back
into the upper 20s to lower 30s.

High pressure briefly builds across New England on Tuesday ahead of
another area of Low pressure off the mid Atlantic coast with a
period of mixed light rain or snow into Southern New England Tuesday
night into early Wednesday. A cold front crosses the region late
Thursday or Thursday evening with another cold front Friday.

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