Regional Weather Summary

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Regional Weather Story 
National Weather Service Taunton MA 
725 AM EST Fri Dec 15 2017 
A high pressure will briefly build into the Northeast today Today 
will be mostly sunny with afternoon temperatures ranging in the 20s 
across the region. Overnight lows will once again dip into the 
teens, with the Cape and Islands remaining in the 20s. 
Ahead of an approaching cold front will be snow showers across the 
southeastern coast of New England. Highest accumulations will 
stretch from western Rhode Island to Boston. 
Tomorrow will be dry with clearing skies throughout the day. After 
the front passes through tomorrow, winds behind the front will pick 
up across the region. Westerly winds may gust between 30 to 35 MPH 
tomorrow afternoon. Afternoon temperatures Saturday will range in 
the low 30s for much of the area, with some sites reaching only the 
upper 20s in the northwest corner of Massachusetts. Overnight lows 
will dip even lower into the teens and even single digits inland. 
Sunday will be dry as a Canadian high builds in from the north. 
Afternoon highs will be similar to Saturday with temps ranging from 
the upper 20s to low 30s. Overnight lows will be warmer as temps 
remain in the 20s due to a southwesterly wind. 
A warm front will sweep across the region late Sunday evening 
returning near normal temperatures to the region after a very long 
cold spell. Afternoon highs Monday will range in the mid to upper 
30s, with the Cape and Islands reaching into the 40s.