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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
730 AM EDT Sun Aug 28 2016

Today will be another dry and warm day as a high pressure area
remains offshore. High temperatures will be in the upper 70s along
the coast and mid 80s inland. Skies will become cloudy in the
evening as widely scattered showers move into the region. Areas
north of the Mass Pike are more likely to see rain showers this
evening. Overnight lows will be seasonable with temperatures ranging
in the 60s.

As remnant showers move offshore Monday morning, clouds will begin
clearing out by late Monday afternoon. No precipitation is expected
after late morning. High temperatures will range in the 80s. Winds
will pick up in the afternoon with gusts up to 15 miles per hour
inland and 20 miles per hour along the coast. It will be clear
Monday night with low temperatures ranging in the 60s.

Tuesday looks to be dry and sunny as a high pressure system begins
building over the region. High temperatures Tuesday will range in
the 80s with overnight low temperatures Tuesday night in the 60s.
Another chance of showers is expected on Wednesday as a cold front
moves across Southern New England. Rain is likely to continue
through Wednesday night and into Thursday morning.

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LEC


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