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AWUS81 KBOX 152042  
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CTZ002>004-MAZ005>024-026-RIZ002>008-160600-  
 
REGIONAL WEATHER STORY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOSTON/NORTON MA  
441 PM EDT TUE OCT 15 2019  
 
HIGH PRESSURE BROUGHT DELIGHTFUL FALL WEATHER TO SOUTHERN NEW  
ENGLAND FOR THIS TUESDAY. AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM  
THE UPPER 50S TO THE MID 60S WITH LIGHT WINDS.  
 
AS THE CENTER OF HIGH PRESSURE MOVES OFF TO THE EAST TONIGHT SKIES  
WILL BE GENERALLY CLEAR ACROSS THE REGION. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE  
FROM THE LOW 30S OVER THE NORTHWEST TO THE LOW 40S OVER SOUTHEAST  
PORTIONS OF THE REGION.  
 
AN INTENSIFYING STORM SYSTEM WILL DELIVER SOAKING RAIN AND GUSTY  
WINDS TO THE ENTIRE AREA FROM LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY.  
CURRENT FORECAST AMOUNTS RANGE FROM 2 TO 3 INCHES IN WESTERN  
MASSACHUSETTS AND CONNECTICUT TO 1 TO 2 INCHES IN EASTERN  
MASSACHUSETTS AND RHODE ISLAND. IN ADDITION, WIND GUSTS OF UP TO 35  
MPH ARE POSSIBLE ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, ESPECIALLY ON CAPE COD.  
COLDER AIR AND DRY CONDITIONS FOLLOW BEHIND THE DEPARTING STORM WITH  
HIGHS ONLY REACHING THE UPPER 50S ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. A MODEST  
WARMING TREND BEGINS SUNDAY WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES REACHING THE LOW  
TO MID 60S BEFORE THE NEXT CHANCE FOR RAIN ARRIVES LATE MONDAY NIGHT  
INTO TUESDAY.  
 

 
 
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