Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
539 AM EST SAT JAN 31 2015

FAIR WEATHER AND BLUSTERY CONDITIONS WILL CONTINUE TODAY AND
TONIGHT. A WEATHER SYSTEM WILL BREAK DOWN THE RIDGE OF HIGH
PRESSURE AS IT MOVES EAST FROM THE PLAINS BRINGING SNOW OVER
PENNSYLVANIA SUNDAY INTO MONDAY. A SIGNIFICANT ACCUMULATION WILL
BE LIKELY. A WARM LAYER ALOFT COULD ALLOW FOR MIXED PRECIPITATION
ALONG SOUTHERN BORDER OF PENNSYLVANIA LATE TOMORROW NIGHT.

THE HIGH TEMPERATURE TODAY WILL VARY FROM THE MID AND UPPER TEENS
IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...THE LOW 20S THROUGH SOUTHERN AND
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA...TO THE MID 20S NEAR PITTSBURGH.
THE LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL VARY FROM THE LOW TEENS ACROSS
THE NEW YORK BORDER...TO THE MID TO UPPER TEENS ALONG THE MASON
DIXON.

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