Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
1115 AM EDT Sat May 27 2017

A stationary front just south of the state may trigger an isolated
thunderstorm or two along the Maryland border this afternoon. But,
the balance of the afternoon will be dry across the commonwealth.
The sky will range from mostly sunny over the north to mostly cloudy
over the south.

High temperatures this afternoon will range between the mid 60s on
the ridgetops of the Laurels to the mid 70s in Philadelphia and also
south of Pittsburgh.

It will become mostly cloudy tonight in the northern mountains, and
stay cloudy in the south-central mountains.  A little drizzle is
possible in the Laurels. Lows will run between the upper 50s in the
south and lower 50s in the north.

Sunday will be warmer as the front attempts to work northward. A
cold front will approach from the west at the same time. Late-day
thunderstorms are expected in the west. These storms will become
more numerous Sunday night and last into Monday before the cold
front passes through Monday morning. Highs on Sunday will be in the
70s. Highs on Memorial Day will range from the mid 60s along the
Erie Lakeshore to 80 along the Mason-Dixon line.

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