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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
815 AM EST Sun Dec 4 2016

Clear skies overnight gave way to low clouds toward dawn. Northwest
winds continued to stir across the region at 5 to 15 mph while
temperatures dropped into the mid 20s to mid 30s.

For today, high pressure will build over New England providing
mostly sunny skies but colder afternoon temperatures. Highs will
only rise into the mid 30s to low 40s while northerly winds blow 5
to 15 mph.

The high will move east of our region tonight. Clouds will be on the
increase while temperatures fall back into the 20s and low 30s.

By Monday morning, an upper level disturbance will bring a chance of
snow to our region just in time for the morning commute. Any
accumulation will be light. Afternoon temperatures will rebound into
the mid 30s to mid 40s, transitioning any snow to the chance for
rain.

High pressure returns to New England Monday night and Tuesday
providing dry conditions. Lows Monday night will average in the 20s,
but 30s along the south coast, Cape and islands. Highs on Tuesday
will top out in the mid 30s to mid 40s.

Looking ahead, low pressure moving off the mid Atlantic coast will
wrap some mixed light rain and snow across Southern New England late
Tuesday night into Wednesday night. A cold front poised to move
through Thursday could yield another round of mixed rain and snow.
An arctic front sweeps across the region Friday resulting in colder
temperatures that settle overhead for next weekend.

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KAB


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