Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
1045 AM EDT Wed Mar 29 2017

As of mid day, clouds were dissipating over the commonwealth.
Temperatures ranged from 40 near the New York border to near 50 just
north of the Mason Dixon line. The final holdouts on the clouds over
the north central mountains and the Laurels will see the sun
breaking out early this afternoon.

High pressure is building into Pennsylvania this afternoon, bringing
partly to mostly sunny skies and seasonal temperatures. Highs will
reach the low 50s to low 60s. Tonight will be clear and cold...with
lows ranging from the mid to upper 20s north to the 30s in the
south. Thursday will be a tad cooler as clouds increase ahead of our
next weather maker. Highs will range from the mid 40s north to the
mid 50s south.

Another extended period of cloudy and showery weather will last from
Thursday night through Saturday as a slow moving low pressure area
tracks from the Ohio Valley through the northern Mid Atlantic
states. Sunday will be colder and drier...but there could still be
scattered afternoon showers and even snow showers over the
mountains.

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