Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
450 AM EST THU DEC 18 2014

WEST NORTHWEST WINDS WILL KEEP SNOW SHOWERS GOING OVER THE
NORTHWESTERN MOUNTAINS INTO EARLY FRIDAY. HOWEVER...ACCUMULATIONS
WILL BE VERY MINOR WITH JUST AN INCH OR TWO OVER THE COUNTIES
CLOSER TO LAKE ERIE.

EXTENSIVE CLOUD COVER OVER THE MAJORITY OF THE STATE WILL CONTINUE
AS WELL. HOWEVER...SOME BREAKS IN THE CLOUDS WILL APPEAR IN THE
SOUTHEAST TODAY. HIGHS WILL REACH INTO THE LOWER 40S THERE. BUT
THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE WILL STAY IN THE UPPER 20S AND 30S. THE
WINDS WILL BE A LITTLE LIGHTER THAN ON WEDNESDAY...BUT GUSTS COULD
STILL BE INTO THE 20S IN THE MOUNTAINS.

SNOW SHOWERS MAY BE ENHANCED BRIEFLY TONIGHT OVER THE LAURELS AND
AN INCH OR SO OF ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED THERE. BUT THE OVERALL
TREND OF THE SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE FOR THEM TO DISSIPATE LATER
TONIGHT AND FRIDAY MORNING. OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL BE IN THE 20S.
HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL AGAIN BE IN THE UPPER 20S IN THE NORTHERN
MOUNTAINS AND LOWER 40S IN THE SOUTHEAST.

A LOOK AHEAD TO THE WEEKEND APPEARS MAINLY DRY WITH TEMPERATURES
REMAINING VERY SIMILAR TO FRIDAY.

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