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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
405 PM EST SAT FEB 28 2015

IT WAS SUNNY ACROSS THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON WITH HIGH PRESSURE IN
CONTROL. TEMPERATURES TOPPED OUT IN THE MID 20S TO LOW 30S
WHILE WINDS WERE MAINLY LIGHT AND VARIABLE.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL REMAIN IN CONTROL TONIGHT. SKIES WILL START OUT
CLEAR BUT BECOME PARTLY CLOUDY BY MORNING. LOWS TONIGHT WILL BE COLD
AND RANGE FROM 10 BELOW ZERO TO 10 ABOVE.

ON SUNDAY...THE HIGH WILL MOVE OFFSHORE AND IN ITS WAKE...CLOUDS
WILL QUICKLY INCREASE AND THICKEN AS A STORM SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM
THE WEST. SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL BLOW 10 TO 15 MPH WHILE AFTERNOON
HIGHS TOP OUT IN THE MID 20S TO LOW 30S. THE FIRST HALF OF THE DAY
WILL BE DRY...HOWEVER SNOW WILL DEVELOP IN THE AFTERNOON AND SPREAD
WEST TO EAST.

THIS FAST MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM AND ITS ATTENDANT COLD FRONT
WILL BRING ACCUMULATING SNOW TO THE REGION SUNDAY EVENING INTO EARLY
MONDAY MORNING...WITH THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS EXPECTED ALONG AND SOUTH
OF THE MASSACHUSETTS TURNPIKE BUT AWAY FROM THE IMMEDIATE SOUTH
COAST.

THE STORM SYSTEM WILL EXIT EAST AND BY MONDAY AFTERNOON IT WILL BE
DRY WITH GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS. DRY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE INTO
TUESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS OVER NEW ENGLAND.

ANOTHER STORM IS LIKELY TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY...WITH SNOW AND
MIXED PRECIPITATION LIKELY CHANGING TO RAIN. COLD AND DRY CONDITIONS
RETURN FOR THE END OF NEXT WEEK.

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KAB


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