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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
420 PM EDT Thu Apr 19 2018

Low pressure that passed southeast of Nantucket this afternoon
brought rain to much of the region for this Thursday. Some locations
even saw a mixture of snow and sleet with the rain. It was a cool
day with high temperatures only ranging from the upper 30s to the
mid 40s.

As low pressure moves to the south of Nova Scotia tonight any
leftover showers will come to an end by morning. Lows tonight will
be generally in the 30s across all of Southern New England tonight.

Drier air moves in on Friday on breezy northwest winds blowing 15 to
25 mph. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny, although a few pop up
showers are possible. Afternoon highs will still be on the cool side
for this time of year with readings in the mid 40s to low 50s.

High pressure will build over Southern New England this weekend,
resulting in dry weather and near seasonable temperatures. Dry
weather will persist into early next week with warming temperatures.
Then looking to mid week next week, a late season Noreaster could
bring April showers back to the region again.


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