Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
925 PM EST Tue Jan 24 2017

Lingering light rain or snow showers will gradually dissipate
overnight, with low temperatures ranging from the upper 20s across
northern Pennsylvania to the mid 30s in the far southwest.

Wednesday will be relatively quiet weather-wise, as a weak area of
high pressure builds overhead. Considerable cloudiness will persist
across northwestern Pennsylvania, with skies becoming partly sunny
elsewhere. It will be mild as well, with high temperatures ranging
from around 40 degrees in the Poconos to the low 50s across the
valleys of southern Pennsylvania.

A cold front will cross the commonwealth Wednesday night,
accompanied by rain showers. The rain showers will change over to
snow showers late Wednesday night into Thursday, as colder air
arrives behind the front.

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Evanego


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