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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
230 PM EST Sun Dec 17 2017

Skies will become cloudy this evening as a warm front approaches
from the southwest. Overnight lows will range between the upper
teens to low 20s across the region.

Light snow showers are possible overnight across western MA and CT
ahead of an approaching warm front. Snow will likely switch over to
mixed wintry precip by the afternoon hours due to warm air being
pushed up from the south after the frontal passage. With a warmer
airmass now being entrained into the region, near normal
temperatures return to the region after a very long cold spell.
Afternoon highs Monday will range in the mid to upper 30s, with the
Cape and Islands reaching into the 40s.

Tuesday will be dry with above normal temperatures in the afternoon.
High temps will range in the 40s across the region.

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LEC


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