Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
500 PM EDT Sat Mar 25 2017

A frontal boundary will sag slowly southwestward across Pennsylvania
this evening, accompanied by a few rain showers. The front will
settle to near the Mason-Dixon line overnight, with a moist easterly
flow north of the front generating low clouds, drizzle and patchy
fog overnight. Low temperatures will range from the low 30s in far
northeastern Pennsylvania, where a bit of freezing drizzle is
possible, to the mild mid 50s in far southwestern Pennsylvania.

A cold-air damming scenario will set up on Sunday, with the front
drifting northward across western Pennsylvania but not making it
east of the Allegheny Mountains. As a result, low clouds, drizzle
and cool temperatures will be locked in across central and eastern
Pennsylvania, while western Pennsylvania remains quite mild. Highs
on Sunday will range from the raw upper 30s in far northeastern
Pennsylvania to the still mild mid 60s in the far southwest.

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Evanego


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