Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
315 PM EDT Sun Mar 26 2017

Ahead of a warm front approaching our region from the southwest,
rain will become more likely and widespread after midnight tonight.
Temperatures will fall back into the upper 20s to mid 30s from
northwest to southeast. Scattered freezing rain is possible across
central and western Massachusetts where temperatures will fall just
below the freezing mark.

On Monday, pockets of freezing rain may linger in the morning north
of the Mass Pike and outside of interstate 4 9 5, otherwise periods
of rain will continue throughout the day. Temperatures will top out
in the 40s to around 50 degrees.

There will be a lull in the precipitation Monday night, when under
cloudy skies temperatures will fall back into the mid 30s to low 40s.

It will be warm on Tuesday with temperatures rising into the 50s,
but rain chances return as a large complex storm system finally
moves through late in the day. Clearing and drying conditions follow
on Wednesday and Thursday along with near seasonable temperatures,
however ocean effect showers could wrap across Cape Cod Wednesday
night. The next chance for rain will come later on Friday into
Saturday, with perhaps a wintry mix. Dry and seasonable conditions
look to follow on Sunday.


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