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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1125 AM EST WED DEC 17 2014

BRISK WEST WINDS WILL BRING IN COLD AIR FOLLOWING THE FRONT THAT
PASSED THROUGH LAST NIGHT. THE TEMPERATURES WILL HOLD STEADY THIS
AFTERNOON. TEMPERATURES WILL BE IN THE MID 30S IN THE WESTERN
MOUNTAINS BUT IN THE UPPER 40S IN THE SOUTHEASTERN VALLEYS.  IT WILL
FEEL MUCH COLDER THAN YESTERDAY WITH WEST WINDS OF 10 TO 20 MPH AND
GUSTS OVER 30 MPH OVER THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF THE LAUREL
HIGHLANDS.

EXTENSIVE CLOUD COVER WILL CONTINUE AND RAIN SHOWERS WILL TURN TO
SNOW SHOWERS OVER THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS. THE
PRECIPITATION WILL BE VERY LIGHT. A DUSTING OF SNOW IS POSSIBLE ON
THE HIGHEST ELEVATIONS...AND IN THE SNOW BELT OF THE FAR NORTHWEST.
EAST OF THE MOUNTAINS...THERE WILL BE A MIX OF CLOUDS AND SOME SUN
THIS AFTERNOON. A SPRINKLE OR TWO IS POSSIBLE.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE LOWER 20S IN THE LAURELS TO THE
FREEZING MARK IN PHILADELPHIA. CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE TO COVER A LARGE
PORTION OF THE STATE.

THURSDAY SHOULD BE A FEW DEGREES COLDER. CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE TO GET
THE UPPER HAND OVER CENTRAL AND WESTERN SECTIONS OF THE STATE. ANY
SNOW SHOWERS SHOULD BE CONFINED TO THE NORTHWEST MOUNTAINS AND THE
LAURELS.

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