Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
410 PM EDT Mon May 29 2017

Rain across the region will exit east this evening. Afterwhich, it
will remain mostly cloudy with lows falling back into the upper 40s
to low 50s.

Unsettled weather conditions are expected Tuesday and Wednesday due
to the combination of an upper level disturbance in our vicinity and
a couple of weak surface cold fronts moving through the region.
Overall, it will be mainly dry Tuesday and Wednesday with only the
chance for afternoon scattered showers, namely over the interior.
Rumbles of thunder are also possible. Temperatures will warm into
the 60s on Tuesday, then become more seasonable on Wednesday with
highs in the upper 60s to mid 70s. Night time lows will average in
the 50s.

Thursday promises to be the dry day of the work week when under
mostly sunny skies, afternoon highs will warm into the 70s.

Looking ahead, more unsettled weather returns for Friday and through
the weekend. A persistent upper level low in our vicinity with weak
surface cold fronts moving through the region could trigger a few
showers from time to time Friday through Sunday. It will not be
raining all the time, but there is the chance each day. Temperatures
will be near seasonable through the weekend. Then on Monday,
slightly cooler temperatures arrive on easterly winds. There is also
the continued risk for showers.


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