Regional Weather Summary
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000 AWUS81 KBOX 191919 RWSBOX CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-NHZ011-012-015-RIZ001>008-200400- REGIONAL WEATHER STORY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA 315 PM EDT SUN OCT 19 2014 AS HIGH PRESSURE BEGAN BUILDING OVER NEW ENGLAND TODAY...IT MADE FOR A BRISK AUTUMN AFTERNOON WITH NORTHWEST WINDS BLOWING 15 TO 25 MPH AND GUSTING TO 30 MPH. SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY AND THERE WERE ISOLATED SPRINKLES AND SHOWERS. TEMPERATURES WERE UNSEASONABLY COOL AND ONLY TOPPED OUT IN THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S. FOR TONIGHT...WINDS WILL DIMINISH UNDER CLEARING SKIES. IT WILL TURN COLD WITH LOWS DIPPING INTO THE MID 20S TO LOW 30S OVER THE INTERIOR...WITH READINGS IN THE MID AND UPPER 30S ALONG THE COASTAL PLAIN. ON MONDAY...THE HIGH WILL SHIFT OFFSHORE AND A RETURN LIGHT SOUTHWEST WIND WILL AID IN MODERATING TEMPERATURES. UNDER MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES...HIGHS WILL REBOUND INTO THE 50S BY AFTERNOON. FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK...AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE DROPPING THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES WILL GENERATE A LONG DURATION COASTAL STORM TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY WITH PERIODS OF HEAVY RAIN. TEMPERATURES WILL GENERALLY BE NEAR NORMAL AND AVERAGE IN THE LOW 50S TO LOW 60S BY DAY...AND IN THE MID 40S TO LOW 50S AT NIGHT. THE STORM SHOULD FINALLY PULL AWAY LATE FRIDAY. IN ITS WAKE WILL BE DRY CONDITIONS FOR NEXT WEEKEND ALONG WITH BREEZY WEST TO NORTHWEST WINDS. $$ KAB

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