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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
430 PM EST Sat Jan 21 2017

Southern New England will have increasing clouds with a chance of
rain by day break over western portions. Lows settle back mostly
into he mid 30s.

Thickening clouds on Sunday with periods of light rain showers.
Highs on sunday should peak in the 40s.

Sunday night wil see rain gradually change to mixed wintry
precipation after midnight across interior locations. Areas most
likley to have the mixed snow, sleet and frezzing rain are west of
rte 495 and north of the Mass Pike where lows drop to just below
frezzing.

On Monday in the will become very windy along the coast with the
wintry mix possible spreading further east and south. Otherwise
there will be rain heavy at times and become very windy.

A significant storm will hit New England Monday night and Tuesday.
This will bring a mix of rain and or snow along with a period of
icing well inland. he storm may also bring damaging winds to the
coast and the coastal waters. High pressure builds dry weather
Wednesday.

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