Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Taunton MA
835 AM EDT Sun Mar 18 2018

Canadian high pressure will slowly build over New England today
through Tuesday bringing dry weather and unseasonably cold
temperatures. Highs by day will range in the 30s, while lows at
night average in the teens and low 20s.

A coastal low heading southeast of Nantucket late Tuesday could
graze the south coast with some light snow. Then on its heels,
another coastal storm will move up from the Mid Atlantic coast
Wednesday, and then move off to the east Thursday. This second storm
may pass close enough to bring snow from Boston to Providence and
southeast to the Cape and islands.

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


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