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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
816 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018

An arctic front will approach the region today from the northwest.
Ahead of the front temperatures will warm to 40 to 45 this
afternoon. However along and ahead of this arctic front isolated
snow squalls are likely, possibly beginning as rain showers. Given
these squalls are very narrow not every location will be impacted.
However be alert for a brief period of near white-out conditions,
slippery travel and gusty northwest winds.

Behind the front a frigid airmass overspreads the region tonight
into Thanksgiving with blustery northwest winds yielding bitterly
cold wind chills. At sunrise wind chills will range from zero to
minus 15!

Not as cold or windy Friday as high pressure builds over the area
with highs in the upper 20s to lower 30s. Dry weather lingers into
Saturday along with milder conditions as temperatures rise into the
40s! However temperatures likely fall to the freezing mark across
the interior Saturday night. With low pressure moving south of New
England rain will overspread the area Saturday night. However well
inland freezing rain/ice is possible.

The coastal low exits rapidly giving way to a drying trend Sunday
along with seasonable temperatures as highs climb into the upper 40s
to lower 50s. The weather pattern remains active with a chance of
rain Monday.

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Office: OKX AWUS81 KOKX 211329 CCA RWSOKX CTZ005>012-NJZ002-004-006-103>108-NYZ067>075-078>081-176>179- 212300- Weather Summary for the Local Tri-State Region...CORRECTED National Weather Service New York NY 829 AM EST Wed Nov 21 2018 A strong cold front crosses the Tri-State this afternoon and early this evening. Highs today ahead of the front should be around 5 to 10 degrees below normal, mainly from around 40 to the mid 40s. There is a chance for isolated snow or rain showers right ahead of the front, with little or no accumulation currently expected. The winds will increase out of the northwest behind the front this evening, with gusts of 30 to 40 mph. This will usher in the coldest air mass of the season, as Canadian high pressure builds towards the region. Lows tonight should be around 15 to 20 degrees across New York City, northeast New Jersey and Long Island and the lower to mid teens elsewhere. Wind chills late tonight should be around 0 across the Lower Hudson Valley and southern Connecticut and the lower to mid single digits above zero elsewhere. It will continue to be blustery and cold on Thanksgiving day, with highs mainly from around 20 to the middle 20s and wind chills by afternoon of only around 10 to 15 degrees. Friday will feature much less wind as the high builds over the area. It will also be not as cold, with highs generally from around 30 to the mid 30s. $$ pfm