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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
420 PM EST Sun Jan 22 2017

Southern New England will have periods of rain gradually change to
mixed wintry precipitation after midnight across interior locations.
Areas most likely to have the mixed snow, sleet and freezing rain
are west of rte 495 and north of the Mass Pike where lows drop to
just below freezing.

On Monday in the will become very windy across the coastal plain
with the wintry mix possible spreading further east and south.
Otherwise there will be rain heavy at times by early afternoon.
Highs on Monday should be mostly in the mid 30s, with around
freezing across northwest Connecticut up into western
Massachusetts.

A significant storm will hit New England Monday into Tuesday evening.
This will bring a mix of rain and or snow along with a period of
icing well inland. The storm may also bring damaging winds to the
coast and the coastal waters. High pressure builds dry weather
Wednesday.

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