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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
730 AM MON SEP 1 2014

...AFTER A SEASONABLE COOL SUMMER SOUTHERN NEW ENGLANDS THE FIRST
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER LOOKS MORE SUMMER LIKE...

FOR THE FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER THE REGION WILL HAVE A MIX OF SUN AND
CLOUDS. AREAS NORTH OF THE MASS PIKE WILL SEE MORE SUN THAN AREAS TO
THE SOUTH. BY MID AFTERNOON THERE SHOULD BE A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS. SOME THUNDERSTORMS MAY PRODUCE HEAVY RAINFALL. IT
WILL CONTINUE HUMID WITH HIGHS IN THE LOW TO MID 80S.

TONIGHT ANY SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS WILL DIMINISH AFTER SUNSET. IT
WILL CONTINUE WARM AND HUMID. LOWS SETTLE BACK INTO THE UPPER 60S.

SKIES WILL BE PARTLY SUNNY ON TUESDAY. WESTERN PORTIONS WILL LIKELY
SEE ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS.

BY WEDNESDAY...IT WILL TURN DRY AND LESS HUMID AS HIGH PRESSURE
BEGINS BUILDING OVER SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. THIS HIGH PRESSURE AREA
COULD BRING DRY CONDITIONS AND WARM TEMPERATURES THROUGH FRIDAY. A
COLD FRONT WITH ASSOCIATED PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED TO MAKE PASSAGE
SATURDAY.

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