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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
245 PM EDT Fri Aug 26 2016

There are currently scattered showers and thunderstorms across our
eastern region as a cold front moves offshore. Winds may gust up to
20 miles per hour tonight especially along the coast. After the
frontal passage, conditions will be more comfortable with lower
humidity. Overnight lows will be range in the 60s across the
area.Skies will begin clearing after 8 PM tonight.

Taking a look at the weekend, high pressure will build into the
region returning dry and lesser humid conditions. High temperatures
will range from the upper 70s to mid 80s across the region. Saturday
night lows will be in the upper 50s to mid 60s. Skies will remain
clear throughout the day and into Sunday. Showers associated with
another cold front are possible late Sunday evening but should move
out of the area by early Monday. Sunday night lows will be
seasonable with temperatures ranging in the low 60s.

This coming week will have scattered showers Monday and Wednesday
due to frontal passages while Tuesday will be clear and dry.
Temperatures will range in the 80s across the region.


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