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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
725 AM EDT Tue Mar 20 2018

A ridge of high pressure over the northeast brought mostly clear
skies to Southern New england overnight. With the clear skies early
morning lows ranged from the upper single digits over the northern
interior to the mid 20s along coastal locations.

Clouds will be on the increase today after a sunny start as low
pressure passes the region to the south. highs today will be
generally in the 30s across Southern New england.

A coastal storm forming off the Mid Atlantic coast will head
northeast Tuesday night, passing southeast of Nantucket late
Wednesday, then further offshore on Thursday. Confidence is building
for a plowable snow from this Noreaster from Boston to Providence
and southeast toward the Cape Cod Canal area. Additionally, strong
northeast winds are probable Wednesday and Wednesday night, along
with a bout of coastal flooding to the eastern shores of
Massachusetts during high tide Thursday morning.

Canadian high pressure promises to bring fair weather and
unseasonably cool temperatures on Friday and Saturday. Looking to
Sunday and Monday, temperatures will continue to be cool but there
is the chance for snow and rain.


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