Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
413 AM EDT Fri Aug 18 2017


A cold front will move through the Keystone State today
accompanied by showers and scattered thunderstorms. Some of the
thunderstorms could cause strong damaging wind gusts and heavy
rain, especially over the eastern half of the state. Highs will
range from near 80 over the northwest mountains and Laurel
Highlands to around 90 near Philadelphia.

Showers will taper off this evening and much of the overnight
will be dry in most areas. Lows will vary from around 60 over the
northwest to a muggy 70 degrees over the southeast.

Saturday will see increasing clouds as a weak disturbance aloft
races into the state. A few showers will be possible, mainly over
central and western areas in the afternoon. Highs will range from
the upper 70s in the Poconos and the Laurel Highlands to the mid
and upper 80s in the far southeast.

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