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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
420 PM EDT Sat Sep 24 2016

High pressure will build down across Southern New England through
Monday. Tonight skies remain clear with the coldest airmass since
the last week in April. Overnight lows settle back into the lower
40s to lower 30s.

After a chilly start tomorrow, Sunday will feature sunny skies with
afternoon highs mostly in the mid 60s.

Sunday night with clear skies and light winds, many inland areas may
see lows dipping down into the lower 30s.

After another chilly start on Monday, clouds will gradually be the
increase during the afternoon. Western portions of region may see a
few showers by mid afternoon. Temperatures will remain seasonable
cool, with highs mostly in the mid 60s.

Low pressure may bring showers to southern New England some time
late Monday night into Wednesday morning.  Otherwise, seasonable and
mostly dry weather is expected much of next week.

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