Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
450 AM EST Fri Nov 17 2017

High pressure is building into the area for a brief visit.

Clouds over much of the state early this morning will break up and
any lingering flurries over the northwest will stop. High
temperatures today will reach near 50 in the southern-most
valleys. However, the central mountain tops will stay in the upper
30s. Lows tonight will be in the mid 20s in the Poconos and close
to 40 on the Erie lake shore.

Clouds moving in from the west tonight will herald a potent
weather system. The low pressure will pass just to the north of
the state and push a very strong cold front through Saturday
night. Showers will be widespread on Saturday before the front,
and a gusty wind will accompany and follow the frontal passage.
Highs on Saturday will only be around 40 in the north-central
mountains, but almost 60 degrees south of Pittsburgh.

The cold air moving in behind the front will generate lake effect
snow as it crosses Lake Erie. Several inches of snow are possible
in the snow belt region of the northwest from early Sunday morning
through early Monday morning.

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