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AWUS81 KBOX 301945
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CTZ002>004-MAZ002>024-026-NHZ011-012-015-RIZ001>008-010400-

REGIONAL WEATHER STORY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAUNTON MA
345 PM EDT TUE SEP 30 2014

A NORTHEAST WIND WILL BE PERSISTENT ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND
THROUGH THURSDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE REMAINS STATIONED OVER SOUTHEAST
CANADA AND WAVES OF LOW PRESSURE SPIRAL WELL OFFSHORE OF CAPE COD.

CLOUDY AND COOL CONDITIONS WILL PERSIST TONIGHT...WEDNESDAY AND
WEDNESDAY NIGHT WITH OCCASIONAL RAIN AND DRIZZLE. LOWS TONIGHT AND
WEDNESDAY NIGHT WILL RANGE IN THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S AND HIGHS ON
WEDNESDAY IN THE MID 50S TO LOW 60S.

ON THURSDAY...HIGH PRESSURE OVER SOUTHEASTERN CANADA WILL NUDGE
SOUTH OVER NEW ENGLAND. THIS WILL ALLOW DAMP CONDITIONS TO SLOWLY
DRY OUT YIELDING PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES BY AFTERNOON. HIGHS
WILL TOP OUT IN THE 60S. IT WILL BE PARTLY CLOUDY THURSDAY NIGHT
WITH LOWS GENERALLY IN THE 40S.

LOOKING AHEAD...DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED FRIDAY UNDER PARTLY TO
MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES WITH SEASONABLE HIGHS IN THE 60S. CONDITIONS WILL
DETERIORATE FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY AS A STRONG COLD FRONT
APPROACHES FROM THE WEST. THUS EXPECT RAIN LATE FRIDAY NIGHT INTO
SATURDAY WITH LOWS IN THE UPPER 40S TO MID 50S AND HIGHS IN THE 60S.
SUNDAY LOOKS TO BE DRY AND BREEZY WITH HIGHS IN THE UPPER 50S TO MID
60S.

$$

KAB




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