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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
810 AM EDT Fri Sep 22 2017

Tropical Storm Jose has stalled well southeast of Nantucket and will
slowly drift toward the southwest today and Saturday while he
weakens. The proximity of Jose will maintain strong northeast winds
and scattered rain bands into early Saturday, mainly across
southeast Massachusetts and southern Rhode Island. Meanwhile,
clearing and dry conditions will be the rule inland today through
Saturday.

High pressure will build in from the Great Lakes with dry weather
and warmer temperatures for all of Southern New England Sunday and
Monday. A cold front dropping south from Canada could bring a few
showers for mid week next week along with slightly cooler
temperatures. There is still uncertainty with the track of Hurricane
Maria but the current forecast has her tracking offshore and
southeast of Southern New England later next week.

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KAB



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