Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1020 PM EST SAT NOV 22 2014

HIGH PRESSURE HAS MOVED OFF THE COAST OF NORTH CAROLINA
AND A SOUTHERLY AIRFLOW WITH AN INCREASE IN TEMPERATURE
HAS DEVELOPED ACROSS PENNSYLVANIA. RAIN SHOWERS OVER MAINLY
NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA LATE SATURDAY WILL SLOWLY DECREASE OVERNIGHT.
HOWEVER POCKETS OF FREEZING RAIN WILL STILL BE POSSIBLE
WHERE THE TEMPERATURE HAS NOT RISEN ABOVE 32 DEGREES.

RAIN SHOWERS WILL BEGIN AGAIN LATE SUNDAY AS A WARM FRONT APPROACHES
FROM THE SOUTHWEST. THE TEMPERATURE WILL CONTINUE TO INCREASE
AND BY MONDAY THE HIGH TEMPERATURE WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 50S
IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE LOWER 70S IN THE LOWER DELAWARE
VALLEY. A COLD FRONT WILL CROSS THE STATE LATE MONDAY AND RETURN
THE TEMPERATURE TO NORMAL FOR TUESDAY.

THE TEMPERATURE OVERNIGHT WILL REMAIN STEADY OR SLOWLY RISE...
RANGING FROM AROUND 30 DEGREES IN THE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY
TO THE LOWER 40S IN ERIE. THE HIGH TEMPERATURE SUNDAY WILL VARY
FROM THE MID 40S IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS TO THE UPPER 50S
ON THE SOUTHWEST PLATEAU.

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