Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
400 AM EST Sun Feb 26 2017

A much cooler day is in store for the Keystone state today.

Mostly cloudy skies were across the region early this morning,
with a few snow showers across the north and west. Temperatures
early this morning ranged from the 20s across the northern and
western sections of the state, to the 30s across the southeast.

Winds will be on the decrease this afternoon, as high pressure
builds eastward from the southern plains. Mostly cloudy skies
this morning will give way to more in the way of sunshine this
afternoon. High temperatures this afternoon will be mainly in the
30s, but in the lower 40s across the southeast.

Some clouds will be across Pennsylvania at times tonight, but
much of the time, it will be clear out. Lows will be mainly in
the 20s.

Temperatures will moderate on Monday, as high pressure moves off
the coast. High temperatures will range from the mid 40s across the
north and west, to the lower 50s across the southeast. Clouds will
be on the increase.

Showers, along with mild temperatures will prevail Tuesday into
Wednesday, as a southwesterly flow brings in warmer air from the
southern plains.


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