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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
951 AM EST TUE FEB 9 2016

LOW PRESSURE WILL SLOWLY MOVE EAST THROUGHOUT THE DAY TODAY AND
TONIGHT. SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS WILL RANGE FROM 1 TO 3 INCHES
ACROSS THE NORTH WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS ACROSS THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS
OF SOUTHERN PENNSYLVANIA. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL REMAIN NEAR
FREEZING.

WINDS WILL INCREASE AND BECOME WESTERLY OVERNIGHT... HELPING TO USHER
IN COLDER AIR. LAKE EFFECT SNOW SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE
NORTHWEST REGIONS AND LAUREL HIGHLANDS. OVERNIGHT LOWS TONIGHT
WILL RANGE FROM NEAR 20 THROUGH THE LAUREL HIGHLANDS TO NEAR 30 IN
PHILADELPHIA.

LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO AFFECT NORTHWESTERN AND WESTERN
PENNSYLVANIA THROUGHOUT THE DAY TOMORROW WHILE THE REST OF THE
STATE WILL BE LEFT WITH JUST A FEW LINGERING FLURRIES. LIGHT TO
MODERATE ACCUMULATIONS ARE POSSIBLE IN NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA
FROM THE LAKE EFFECT SNOW. HIGHS TOMORROW WILL GENERALLY BE IN THE
20S FOR THE WESTERN HALF OF THE STATE AND IN THE 30S FOR THE
EASTERN HALF.

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ZTC/EH



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