Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
546 AM EDT SAT JUL 23 2016

A relatively weak cold front over the Lower Great Lakes will
drift slowly southeast into northern Pennsylvania late this
morning, before sagging south to near the Mason Dixon line this
evening.

Hot and humid air streaming northeast from the Ohio River Valley
will interact with the front. However, a deep layer of dry air
aloft and rather warm temperatures in the mid levels of the
atmosphere will help cap off anything more than a few isolated
showers later this afternoon, mainly across Southern Pennsylvania.

The high temperature this aftenroon will vary from the mid 80s
over the Laurel Highlands to the upper 90s in the Philadelphia
metro area. The combined heat and humidity will reach dangerous
levels in southeastern Pennsylvania over this weekend.

A ridge of high pressure will slide across the state tonight and
Sunday with light wind. Clear skies and more comfortable
temperatures tonight will be followed by yet another sunny, hot
and dry day for Sunday.

Lows tonight could dip into the upper 50s througout the perenial
cold mountain valleys in northern Pennsylvania...while readings
settle to between 65 and 70 degrees in the south.

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