Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
548 AM EDT Sun Apr 30 2017

A nearly stationary frontal boundary will remain over the
forecast area today. Skies will be mostly cloudy today
and a few showers will likely form across the western
mountains of the state by early this afternoon. The showers
will then drift gradually northeast across the Central
Mountains and Susquehanna Valley during the mid to late
afternoon hours. Rainfall through today will be mainly less than
one-tenth of an inch.

High temperatures will vary greatly from the upper 50s over the
Pocono Northeast, to the lower 80s in far western Pennsylvania,
with 60s and 70s sandwiched in between across the Central Ridge
and Valley region.

Skies will stay mostly cloudy tonight and generally dry
with just a few brief and isolated showers possible.
Temperatures will be quite mild tonight with lows around
daybreak Monday in the mid to upper 50s.

A strong Cold front will plow east across the commonwealth
later Monday afternoon and night, preceded by one or more bands
of showers and some scattered strong to potentially severe
thunderstorms. Rainfall of one quarter to one half of an inch
will be common, while localized rainfall amounts of one-half inch
to one-inch is also expected.

Gusty west to northwest winds over 35 mph at times and cooler
air will follow for Tuesday and Tuesday night. Fair weather with
milder temperatures and lighter wind will occur Wednesday under a
weak ridge of high pressure.

Deep moisture will flow north into the state Thursday
afternoon through Friday, likely bringing a significant,
widespread rain event.


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