Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
959 AM EST Fri Feb 24 2017

Intervals of sunshine will be mixed with varying amounts of mid and
high level clouds today. Temperatures soaring into  the 70s at most
locations this afternoon will approach, or exceed all-time record
highs for the month of February across Pennsylvania.

Mostly cloudy, breezy and very mild conditions are on tap for
tonight, with low temperatures only dipping to 55 to 62 degrees in
most locations.

Strengthening low pressure will move northeast across the Upper
Great Lakes late today into early Saturday. The cold front trailing
from this low will bring a few rounds of moderate to heavy rain
showers Saturday morning in the west, and during late morning and
afternoon hours across Central and Eastern Pennsylvania. A narrow
line of strong to potentially severe thunderstorms with gusty
westerly winds and small hail are possible along and just ahead of
the front Saturday.

The main thing to take to heart is reality will return to the
commonwealth Saturday.

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