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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
730 AM EST MON DEC 29 2014

...SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND UNSEASONABLY WARM LATE DECEMBER TEMPERATURES
WILL BECOME PROGRESSIVELY COLDER DURING THE UPCOMING WORK WEEK...

TODAY WILL BE MOSTLY SUNNY WITH HIGHS MUCH COOLER THAN THE PREVIOUS
DAYS...BUT STILL ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE LAST DAYS OF DECEMBER...MOSTLY
IN THE UPPER 30S TO LOWER 40S.

TONIGHT UNDER A CLEAR SKY TEMPERATURES DROP INTO THE LOWER 20S TO
MID TEENS.

TUESDAY MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE LOWER 30S TO UPPER
20S.

HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS SOUTH FROM CANADA AND THEN SPREADS ACROSS THE
EASTERN SEASBOARD FOR MUCH OF THE WEEK. THIS WILL MEAN A DRY AND A
COLD SPELL FOR NEW ENGLAND FOR THE UPCOMING WEEK.

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