Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
950 PM EDT Thu Apr 27 2017

Showers and thunderstorms along and ahead of a cold front are moving
through western and central Pennsylvania this evening. There may be
some gusty winds as the showers move through the mountains. East of
the mountains, the air is not as unstable, so the showers and
thunderstorms should diminish as they move northeast.

The cold front is crossing Pennsylvania tonight, accompanied by
dwindling showers and thunderstorms. The wettest areas will be the
central and north central mountains where up to an inch of rain may
fall. The driest area will be the southeast. The showers may dry up
completely before they reach that area. Low temperatures will range
from the upper 40s in northwestern Pennsylvania to around 60 degrees
in the far southeast.

High pressure will build into the commonwealth Friday, bringing fair
skies and continued warm weather. Skies should range from partly to
mostly sunny, with highs ranging from the upper 60s near the Lake
Erie shore, to the low 80s in the lower Delaware Valley.

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