Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
306 PM Fri Oct 21 2016

Widespread showers associated a cold front will approach New England
tonight ,providing the region with a steady rain through Saturday
night. Overnight temperatures will be in the 50s, with coastal areas
in the low 60s.

Saturday will be cool and rainy with strong gusty winds as a low
pressure area strengthens over New England. During the day, winds
will gust up to 25 mph inland and possibly 35 mph along the coast.
Temperatures will top out in the mid to lower 60s along the Eastern
coast, with inland areas remaining in the mid 50s.

Overnight temperatures will be cooler than usual with lows in the
mid 30s to low 40s inland and along the coast. Winds will continue
to increase overnight as winds may gust up to 35 mph inland and 40
mph along the coast. Rain showers will begin tapering off Saturday
night as the cold front moves offshore.

Showers may linger into Sunday morning, but skies will begin
clearing before noon. Strong wind gusts will continue through Sunday
as the low pressure area remains just off the eastern coast. Wind
gusts up to 35 mph are possible. Temperatures will remain cool with
highs ranging in the 50s.

Early next week seems to be mostly dry with temperatures slightly
below normal.


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