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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
700 AM EST WED JAN 28 2015

...AFTER THE HISTORIC 2015 BLIZZARD THE MID WEEK BRINGS A BRIEF
BREAK BEFORE MORE SNOW LATE THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...

TODAY THERE MAY BE A FEW REMAINING AREAS OF SNOW FLURRIES ALONG THE
COAST...OTHER WISE SKIES WILL GRADUALLY CLEAR. HIGHS TODAY
WILL ONLY BE IN THE MID 20S.

OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE DROPPING DOWN INTO THE SINGLE NUMBERS...TO
BELOW ZERO UNDER A CLEAR SKY. WITH A FRESH DEEP SNOW PACK A FEW
AREAS MAY SEE TEMPERATURES NEAR MINUS 10.

THURSDAY STARTS OUT SUNNY...BUT CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE INCREASE
DURING THE AFTERNOON...AND A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW LATE ACROSS
WESTERN AREAS. HIGHS MAY NOT BE AS COLD AS TODAY...BUT STILL COLD AT
LEAST OF FEW DEGREES COLDER THAN NORMAL FOR THE DAY...MOSTLY IN THE
UPPER 20S.

IT WILL BE DRY AND COLD FOR THE CLEANUP TODAY. A CLIPPER TYPE SYSTEM
MOVES OUT OF THE PLAINS STATES...BRINGING ANOTHER CHANCE FOR SNOW
THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY NIGHT. DRY...BLUSTERY AND FRIGID
CONDITIONS MOVE IN FOR THIS WEEKEND. A THIRD STORM MAY AFFECT THE
REGION SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY.

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