Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
420 PM EDT Sat Mar 24 2018

An upper level disturbance will sweep across Southern New England
tonight and Sunday while a large Canadian high pressure area builds
over Quebec. The result will be chilly temperatures along with
scattered snow showers. Brief snow accumulation is possible in these
showers. In addition, stiff northeast winds will develop and blow 15
to 25 mph with gusts to 40 mph along the Massachusetts east coast.
Lesser wind speeds can be expected across the interior. Any leftover
rain or snow showers across eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island
will taper off Sunday evening.

Temperatures tonight will range from the mid 20s to low 30s, and
highs on Sunday will only warm into the mid 30s to low 40s.

Looking to next week, high pressure over eastern Canada will nose
south over New England providing dry weather Monday through
Wednesday. Cool temperatures will continue on Monday but become more
seasonable by Tuesday. A warming trend will unfold Wednesday through
Friday, especially across the interior. The chance for rain showers
increases later in the week as a cold front approaches on Thursday
then sweeps through later on Friday. Dry weather along with somewhat
cooler temperatures follows on Saturday.


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