Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1021 AM EST WED JAN 28 2015

EXPECT CLEAR SKIES ACROSS THE STATE TODAY WITH HIGHS GENERALLY IN
THE 20S...COOLER FOR THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE...AND NEAR 30
IN THE SOUTHEAST. TEMPERATURES WILL BE CHILLY TONIGHT IN THE
TEENS FOR MUCH OF THE SOUTH...AND SINGLE DIGITS FOR THE
NORTH/NORTHEAST...WITH BITTER WIND CHILLS.

FOR THURSDAY...CLOUDS INCREASE AHEAD OF A CLIPPER APPROACHING
FROM THE WEST...BRINGING A WINTRY MIX OR SNOW AS THE DAY
PROGRESSES. PRECIPITATION WILL TRANSITION TO ALL SNOW IN THE
OVERNIGHT INTO FRIDAY. RESULTING IN A LIGHT COATING OF SNOW TO A
FEW INCHES FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST PENNSYLVANIA...WITH SEVERAL
INCHES POSSIBLE IN MOUNTAINOUS REGIONS TO THE NORTH AND WEST.
HIGHS WILL BE AROUND 30...ABOVE FREEZING IN THE MID 30S FOR THE
SOUTHWEST AND HIGH 20S FOR THE NORTH. LOWS WILL FALL TO AROUND 20
OVERNIGHT.

HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS LATE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PAIRED WITH STRONG
NORTHWEST WINDS...BRINGING CHILLY TEMPERATURES AND WIND CHILLS
BELOW ZERO.

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SB/EH



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