Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
355 PM Wed Oct 26 2016

It was partly to mostly sunny across the region this afternoon with
unseasonably cool temperatures in the 40s.

High pressure will remain in control over our region tonight,
however clouds will be on the increase. Another cold night is on tap
with temperatures dropping into the 20s and 30s. Winds tonight will
be out of the north and light over the interior. But over the Cape
and islands, northerly winds will blow 10 to 15 mph possibly causing
ocean effect showers across the mid and outer Cape.

Strong low pressure will approach the region from the west on
Thursday, lifting over the region Thursday night. This system will
bring a period of wintry weather well inland at the start, with rain
heavy at times elsewhere along with gusty winds at the coast.
Despite the rain spreading over our region on Thursday, it will be
slightly warmer as coastal regions reach into the upper 40s to low
50s, while areas west of Worcester remain in the low and mid 40s.
While rain is expected to continue Thursday night, it will be
seasonable with temperatures falling into the upper 30s to upper 40s.

Rain will come to an end early Friday. Clouds will slowly erode
while temperatures warm into the upper 40s to upper 50s.

Looking to the weekend, temperatures will become more seasonable
with afternoon highs in the 50s. There will be the chance for
showers on Saturday with dry conditions expected on Sunday. Morning
lows Saturday morning will be in the 30s but 40s across the
Cape and islands. Sunday morning will see lows in the in the 40s.


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