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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
425 PM EDT FRI SEP 19 2014

SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND WILL MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES OVERNIGHT WITH LOW
TEMPERATURES AGAIN MOSTLY IN THE LOWER 40S TO MID 30S. A FEW
SHELTERED INTERIOR VALLEYS IN SOUTHWEST NEW HAMPSHIRE MAY SEE PATCHY
AREAS OF FROST AGAIN.

SATURDAY WILL FEATURE MORE SUN THAN CLOUDS IN THE MORNING...WITH
INCREASING AFTERNOON CLOUDS. TEMPERATURES NOT AS COOL AS TODAY...BUT
STILL SEASONABLE COOL. HIGHS WILL PEAK RIGHT AROUND 70.

SATURDAY NIGHT LOW PRESSURE WILL LIKLEY TRACK UP OFF MID ATLANTIC
COAST WITH A PERIOD OF SHOWERS ACROSS SOUTHEAST PORTIONS OF THE
REGION. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE MUCH WARMER THAN THE PAST FEW DAYS IN
THE MID 50S.

COLD HIGH PRESSURE WILL CREST OVER NEW ENGLAND TODAY. THERE WILL BE
WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF SOME EARLY MORNING AREAS OF FROST SATURDAY
MORNING. A COLD FRONT CROSSES NEW ENGLAND SUNDAY NIGHT NIGHT WHILE A
LOW PRESSURE TRACKS UP NOVA SCOTIA LATE SUNDAY. HIGH PRESSURE WILL
DOMINATE THE REGION THROUGH AT LEAST THE MID WEEK.

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