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CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-RIZ001>008-061500-

REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
645 AM EDT MON JUL 6 2015

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES PREVAILED LAST NIGHT AS TEMPERATURES FELL INTO
THE 50S AND 60S. PATCHY FOG FORMED ACROSS MANY OF THE LOW LYING
AREAS.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE OFFSHORE TODAY...ALLOWING FOR PLENTY OF
SUNSHINE ALONG WITH MORE NOTICEABLE HUMIDITY. HIGHS WILL TOP OUT
WELL INTO THE 80S EXCEPT IN THE 70S ALONG THE SOUTH COAST...CAPE COD
AND THE ISLANDS.

A WARM FRONT WILL LIFT THROUGH SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TONIGHT INTO
TUESDAY MORNING...BRINGING CLOUDINESS AND PERHAPS A FEW SHOWERS...
MAINLY TO WESTERN NEW ENGLAND. LOWS WILL FALL BACK INTO THE 60S.

ON TUESDAY...MOISTURE INCREASING AHEAD OF A COLD FRONT MAY TRIGGER A
FEW SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS...AGAIN MOSTLY IN WESTERN NEW ENGLAND.
OTHERWISE MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES ARE EXPECTED WITH HIGHS IN THE 70S AND
80S.

THERE IS A BETTER CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON
WEDNESDAY...AS THE COLD FRONT CROSSES THE REGION. HIGHS MAY REACH 90
IN A FEW INTERIOR LOCATIONS...WHILE TEMPERATURES HOLD IN THE 70S ON
CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS.

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