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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
310 PM EDT MON OCT 20 2014

A SOUTHWEST BREEZE BLEW ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND THIS AFTERNOON
WHILE TEMPERATURES ROSE INTO THE 50S. THE AFTERNOON HAD MUCH
SUNSHINE DESPITE INCREASING CLOUDS.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE FURTHER OFFSHORE TONIGHT WHILE LOW PRESSURE
ADVANCES SOUTHEAST FROM THE GREAT LAKES. AHEAD OF THIS SYSTEM
SCATTERED RAIN WILL DEVELOP ACROSS OUR REGION AFTER MIDNIGHT. LOWS
TONIGHT WILL RANGE IN THE 40S.

ON TUESDAY...THE GREAT LAKES LOW WILL MERGE WITH A LOW PRESSURE AREA
EJECTING OFF THE SOUTH JERSEY COAST. THE COMBINATION OF THESE
SYSTEMS WILL BECOME A NOREASTER THAT WILL HEAD TOWARD SOUTHERN NEW
ENGLANDS COASTAL WATERS. THE STORM WILL BECOME NEARLY STATIONARY
JUST OFFSHORE OF NANTUCKET WHERE IT WILL SPIRAL THROUGH THURSDAY.
THE MAIN THREAT WITH THIS NOREASTER WILL BE PERIODS OF RAIN.
TEMPERATURES FOR TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY WILL AVERAGE IN THE MID
50S TO LOW 60S BY DAY...WITH MID 40S TO MID 50S AT NIGHT.

LOOKING AHEAD...THE STORM WILL FINALLY LIFT NORTHEAST TOWARD NOVA
SCOTIA ON FRIDAY. IN ITS WAKE WILL BE DRY CONDITIONS FOR NEXT
WEEKEND ALONG WITH BREEZY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS.

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KAB


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