Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
451 AM EDT Sat Oct 1 2016

A persistent, moist easterly flow off the Atlantic Ocean will
combine with a slow moving upper low approaching from the Ohio
valley to continue to produce cloudy and cool conditions with
periods of rain, drizzle and fog this morning. A few bands of
heavier showers, and even a couple of brief thunderstorms will
impact the central mountains of the state during the early to mid
afternoon hours, before drifting east to the Susquehanna Valley
late this afternoon and early this evening.

Temperatures will start out the day in the lower 50s across the
mountains of northern and western Pennsylvania, and mainly in the
mid 50s elsewhere. Highs this afternoon will reach the lower to
mid 70s in the southwest corner of the state, but only make it to
the upper 50s to mid 60s elsewhere.

Mostly cloudy to cloudy skies will persist tonight with scattered
showers, mainly early on. Low temperatures early Sunday will once
again dip into the lower 50s over the higher terrain of the north
and west, and in the mid to upper 50s elsewhere.

Looking ahead to Sunday, partial clearing is expected, especially
across southern Pennsylvania. A chance of showers will persist,
primarily across the north, and a brief afternoon thunderstorm
is also possible. Highs will range from the mid 60s in the
northwest mountains to the upper 70s in far southeastern

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