Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
450 AM EST Wed Jan 18 2017

A cold front will push east across the region today, and will be
preceded by plenty of clouds and a few brief rain showers.
Temperatures to start the day today will range from the mid 30s
across the northern mountains, to the low 40s across southwestern
and southeastern Pennsylvania.

High pressure will build in after the frontal passage and bring
mainly dry conditions later today, right into early Friday. A few
lingering light rain and snow showers will occur across the
Northwest mountains and Laurel Highlands late today and tonight
while partial clearing occurs in the valleys of Central and
Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Afternoon high temperatures today will range from the upper 30s
across the northern mountains to near 50 degrees across the
southeastern piedmont.

Morning clouds Thursday will give way to a brief period of
clearing for the afternoon and evening hours.

Low pressure over the midwest will push a warm front back north
across the commonwealth during the day Friday. This front will be
accompanied by a few periods of rain during the day Friday.

Temperatures late this week and right into the middle of next
week will be persistently mild, averaging 10 TO 13 degrees above
normal during the day with departures even several degrees more
for overnight lows.

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