Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
324 AM EDT Tue May 23 2017

High clouds were across much of the Keystone state early
this morning. Patchy dense fog was across portions of
eastern Pennsylvania. Early morning temperatures were
mainly in the 50s but in the 40s across the northern

The fog will quickly burn off shortly after sunrise.
Much of the day will feature high clouds, with just a
small chance of some very light rain along the Maryland border
toward late afternoon. High temperatures will be mainly in the
lower to mid 70s, but in the upper 60s across the southwest.

There will still be a slight chance of some light rain this
evening into early Wednesday morning across the far south.
Lows tonight will range from the upper 40s across the mountains,
to the lower to mid 50s across the rest of the Keystone state.

Highs on Wednesday will be similar to today. Rain will
overspread western sections of central Pennsylvania during
the afternoon hours, as a complex area of low pressure
forms across the Tennessee Valley. A soaking rain is
expected across the region Wednesday Night into Friday
morning. After some near normal temperatures today and
Wednesday, below normal temperatures are expected to occur
Thursday into Friday. At this point, it looks like
temperatures will recover to more normal levels for
the upcoming holiday weekend.


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