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Regional Weather Story
National Weather Service Boston/Norton MA
425 PM EDT Thu May 24 2018

Skies were sunny across Southern New England on this Thursday. With
bright sunshine temperatures ranged from the upper 50s near the
coast to the lower 70s over the interior.

Under clear skies tonight, lows will relax back into the upper 40s
and low 50s.

High pressure will shift southeast of the region Friday and Saturday
enabling unseasonable warmth to blanket the region. Highs on Friday
and Saturday will warm into the 80s, with 70s along the south coast.
Lows Friday night will only fall back into the mid 50s to mid 60s.
It will be dry on Friday through much of Saturday. A cold front will
move south through Southern New England late Saturday afternoon and
evening bringing showers and scattered thunderstorms.

Looking to the remainder of the Memorial Day weekend, the front will
then stall over the ocean south of New England by Sunday and
continue to bring a chance of showers on Sunday and Monday, as well
as a cool east wind. Highs will average in the 60s both days, but
across western sections highs could reach into the low 70s. Lows on
Sunday and Monday mornings will range in the 50s.

Warm and dry conditions will return for Tuesday and Wednesday as
high pressure builds over New England.

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