Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
532 AM EDT Sat Mar 25 2017

A cold frontal boundary will sag gradually south across the state
today with a moist east to southeasterly flow eventually creating
lowering clouds with areas of drizzle and ridge shrouding fog
tonight into Sunday morning.

This front will eventually drift back to the north across the
commonwealth as a warm front Sunday night into Monday.

Several disturbances aloft will move northeast over this
meandering front, leading to some areas of showers that will leave
up to a few tenths of an inch of rainfall during each occasion.

Temperatures will remain mild early today with lows ranging from
the upper 30s to mid 40s in the east, to the very mild mid 50s to
lower 60s across the region near and to the west of the RT 99
corridor.

There will be a large temperatures difference from north to south
today across Pennsylvania, with highs ranging from the lower to mid
40s in far northeastern Pennsylvania, to near 70 degrees across
the valleys of far southern Pennsylvania.

A cool-air damming scenario appears to be in store by Sunday, as the
front lifts back to the north to the west of the Allegheny
Mountains. This will keep southwestern Pennsylvania in the mild air,
while cloudy, damp and cooler air becomes trapped across much of
central and eastern Pennsylvania.

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