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REGIONAL WEATHER STORY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BOSTON/NORTON MA  
755 AM EST SUN FEB 17 2019  
 
HIGH PRESSURE WILL MAINTAIN DRY WEATHER ACROSS SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND  
TODAY. IT WILL SEASONABLY COLD WITH AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES RANGING  
IN THE 30S.  
 
ACCUMULATING SNOW OVERSPREADS THE REGION LATE THIS EVENING AND  
OVERNIGHT FROM WEST TO EAST AND CONTINUES INTO MONDAY, IN  
ASSOCIATION WITH LOW PRESSURE TRACKING SOUTH OF NEW ENGLAND. THIS  
WILL BE A PLOWABLE EVENT FOR MUCH OF THE REGION, HOWEVER SOME MIXING  
WITH SLEET OR RAIN IS POSSIBLE ALONG SOUTHERN COASTAL AREAS.  
TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL FALL BACK INTO THE 20S, THEN HIGHS ON  
MONDAY WILL TOP OUT IN THE 30S.  
 
DRIER AND COLDER CONDITIONS FOLLOW MONDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY AS  
A LARGE HIGH PRESSURE AREA BUILDS IN FROM THE WEST.  
 
ANOTHER LOW PRESSURE AREA APPROACHES OUR REGION FROM THE SOUTHWEST  
LATE WEDNESDAY AND LIFTS OVER NEW ENGLAND ON THURSDAY. THIS STORM  
WILL LIKELY BRING SNOW TO OUR REGION WEDNESDAY NIGHT, WHICH WILL  
CHANGE TO A WINTRY MIX EARLY ON THURSDAY FOR MOST OF THE AREA, WITH  
A CHANGE TO RAIN ALONG THE COAST. THE PRECIPITATION WILL COME TO AN  
THURSDAY AFTERNOON.  
 
DRY HIGH PRESSURE RETURNS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL  
BE SEASONABLE ON FRIDAY, THEN MODERATE SLIGHTLY ON SATURDAY. BY  
SUNDAY, A STORM APPROACHING FROM THE SOUTHWEST COULD BRING OUR  
REGION THE CHANCE FOR RAIN.  
 

 
 
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