Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
905 PM EST Wed Dec 7 2016

Clouds will thicken overnight, as a cold front approaches from the
Great Lakes. It will be seasonably chilly, with lows ranging from
the mid 20s across the northwest mountains and the Laurel Highlands
to the low 30s in the far southeast.

The cold front will push southeastward across the commonwealth on
Thursday. Cold air flowing over the relatively warm waters of the
Great Lakes will generate lake-effect and upslope snow showers across
primarily northern and western Pennsylvania, with highs ranging from
around 30 degrees across northwestern Pennsylvania to the low to mid
40s across the southeastern piedmont.

Bands of lake-effect snow will continue to affect primarily northern
and western Pennsylvania Thursday night into Friday, with significant
accumulations expected across the usual snow-belt of northwestern
Pennsylvania. Elsewhere, it will be chilly and blustery.


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