Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
335 PM EDT Fri Mar 24 2017

A warm front will stall just north of Pennsylvania tonight. A few
rain showers are possible across far northern Pennsylvania, closest
to the stalled front, with partly to mostly cloudy skies elsewhere.
Temperatures will remain mild overnight, with lows ranging from the
low 40s in the Poconos to the low 50s across southwestern
Pennsylvania.

The frontal boundary will slowly sag southward to near the Mason-
Dixon line on Saturday, bringing the chance for showers southward
with it. There will be a large temperatures gradient from north to
south across Pennsylvania, with highs ranging from the mid 40s in
far northeastern Pennsylvania to the mild upper 60s across the
valleys of far southern Pennsylvania.

A cool-air damming scenario appears to be in store by Sunday, as the
front lifts northward to the west of the Allegheny Mountains. This
will keep southwestern Pennsylvania in the mild air, while cooler
air becomes trapped across much of central and eastern Pennsylvania.

$$

Evanego



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