Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
825 PM EST Sun Dec 10 2017

Cold conditions will prevail as a ridge of high pressure
builds into the area tonight into Monday. However, quick-
moving low pressure approaching from the Great Lakes will
spread some light snow into northwestern Pennsylvania by Monday
evening and portions of the central and north central mountains
Monday night into Tuesday.

Lows tonight will be mainly in the 20s, and highs Monday will be
mostly in the 30s.

A strong cold front will cross the Commonwealth on Tuesday morning,
bringing locally heavier snow showers and the chance for a few
snow squalls as the colder air arrives. Temperatures will drop
throughout the day, and by Wednesday morning low temperatures will
range from the single digits above zero over the north to the mid
to upper teens across central and southeast areas.

The remainder of the week will remain chilly with temperatures
remaining below seasonal normals. Another Canadian cold front
is expected to bring additional snow showers and flurries on
Thursday, with cold conditions lasting into the weekend.

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