Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
355 PM EST Mon Dec 11 2017

Low pressure from the Great Lakes area will head east toward our
region tonight. Out ahead of it, a wintry mix of snow and freezing
rain will overspread interior sections toward morning, with plain
rain elsewhere. Temperatures by morning will range from the low 20s
across far northwest Massachusetts to the low and mid 30s across the
south coast.

On Tuesday, as the low heads east across northern New England,
precipitation will continue during the morning through the early
afternoon hours, however, with temperatures warming into the mid 30s
to mid 40s, any wintry mix precipitation will change to plain rain.

On Tuesday night it will turn brisk and cold behind an arctic front.
Scattered snow squalls are possible as low temperatures dip down
into the mid teens to mid 20s.

Arctic air follows on Wednesday and Thursday with a period of strong
westerly winds and bitterly cold wind chills. Day time highs will
average in the 20s to low 30s, while lows Wednesday night and
Thursday night average in the teens. Meanwhile, low pressure
scooting offshore of the mid Atlantic states on Thursday, may graze
the islands along the south coast with scattered snow showers.

Looking to later in the week, another low pressure system may bring
more snow to the region sometime Friday and Friday night.  Then for
the weekend, fair weather promises to be on tap with moderating


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