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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
340 PM EDT Mon Apr 23 2018

High pressure centered just off the coast brought another delightful
weather day to Southern New England. With sunny skies and fairly
light winds afternoon temperatures ranged from the mid 50s to the
mid 60s. The warmest temperatures were found away from the coast.

Skies will average out to be mostly clear tonight as High pressure
remains in control of the regions weather. However, given clear
skies and light winds it will be a chilly night with overnight lows
ranging from the upper 20s over the northwest interior to around 40
degrees in the urban centers.

Tuesday will be a degree or two cooler, but overall dry and warm.
Clouds will move in Tuesday night as a low pressure system
approaches. Overnight lows will remain in the 40s Tuesday night.

A nor`easter approaches the region Wednesday, returning heavy rain
and cooler temperatures. Rain will move in just after midnight
Wednesday morning and continue throughout the day. Afternoon highs
will range in the 50s.

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AED



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