Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1138 AM EST FRI JAN 30 2015

TODAY WILL BE COLD AND BLUSTERY ACROSS PENNSYLVANIA. WEAK SNOW
BANDS WILL CONTINUE TO BRING LIGHT SNOWFALL TO THE NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MOUNTAINS THROUGHOUT THE DAY. THE BRISK NORTHWEST WIND
WILL RESULT IN SUBZERO WIND CHILL VALUES THIS EVENING INTO
TOMORROW MORNING. SATURDAY WILL FEATURE CONTINUING COLD
TEMPERATURES AND PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ACROSS THE WEST...WITH MOSTLY
SUNNY SKIES ACROSS THE EAST.

THE DAYTIME TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL SLOWLY FALL INTO THE SINGLE
DIGITS IN THE NORTHWEST TO THE MID 30S IN THE LOWER DELAWARE
VALLEY. TEMPERATURES SHOULD BOTTOM OUT THIS EVENING WITH THE LOW
TEMPERATURE FRIDAY NIGHT RANGING FROM AROUND ZERO IN THE NORTH TO
AROUND 10 DEGREES IN PHILADELPHIA. HIGH TEMPERATURES SATURDAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID TEENS IN THE NORTHWEST MOUNTAINS TO THE MID 20S
ACROSS THE SOUTH.

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HAGNER


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