Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS81 KCTP 231619 RRA

Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
1115 AM EST Mon Jan 23 2017

As of mid day, the leading band of rain has moved over much of
Pennsylvania.  The rain band is pivoting toward the northwest so
northwest Pennsylvania should rain much of the afternoon. More rain
moving over the DelMarVa will move into the southeast, so most of
the state will be wet this afternoon.

Rain will change to snow this afternoon over the Laurels and the
northern mountains as temperatures continue to fall. Strong winds
will continue on ridge tops and over the eastern half of the state
this afternoon.

A complex storm system over North Carolina early this afternoon will
 become a deep storm system off the mid Atlantic coast this evening.
The storm will be slow to move tonight. The storm should finally
pull away from the area by Tuesday evening.

Temperatures will fall to near or just below freezing across the
higher elevations by sunrise Tuesday morning. There is the potential
for heavy wet snow across the north. This could lead to power
outages over the northern counties. Highs on Tuesday will range from
the mid to upper 30s across the mountains, to the low to mid 40s
across the southwest and southeast portions of the Keystone state.


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