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AWUS81 KBOX 212054
RWSBOX
CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-RIZ001>008-220500-

REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
350 PM EST SUN DEC 21 2014

DESPITE HIGH PRESSURE RIDGING OVER THE NORTHEAST SKIES REMAINED
CLOUDY ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND FOR THIS SECOND HALF OF THE
WEEKEND. ALONG WITH THE CLOUDS WERE PERIODS OF LIGHT SNOW AND RAIN.
IT WAS A RAW DAY WITH AFTERNOON HIGHS ONLY IN THE 30S OVER THE
INTERIOR AND THE LOWER 40S ON CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS.

SKIES WILL REMAIN CLOUDY TONIGHT WITH A CONTINUING CHANCE OF MAINLY
EVENING SNOW SHOWERS OR PERIODS OF LIGHT RAIN. LOWS TONIGHT WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 20S OVER THE WESTERN INTERIOR TO THE 30S ACROSS
THE REST OF SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND.

MONDAY WILL SEE A CONTINUATION OF GENERALLY CLOUDY SKIES. HOWEVER
MONDAY SHOULD BE A MOSTLY DRY DAY AS HIGH PRESSURE CRESTS OVER THE
REGION. HIGHS MONDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 30S INLAND TO THE MID
40S ALONG THE SOUTHEAST COAST.

A WEAK AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE UP ALONG THE COAST TUESDAY.
THIS LOW WILL KEEP THE SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND SKIES CLOUDY AND WILL
BRING RAIN BACK TO THE REGION. IT WILL BE A BIT WARMER TUESDAY WITH
AFTERNOON HIGHS IN THE 40S ACROSS THE REGION.

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