Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
910 AM EST Wed Nov 22 2017

A cold front will pull east of the commonwealth this afternoon.
Scattered lake-effect snow showers will affect northern and western
Pennsylvania, with partial clearing across the southeast. Highs will
range from the low 30s across the northwest to the mid 50s in the
immediate Philadelphia area.

High pressure will build into the region from the Ohio Valley
tonight, allowing lingering snow showers across the north and west
to gradually taper off. It will be chilly, with lows dipping into
the 20s statewide.

High pressure will remain over Pennsylvania for Thanksgiving,
resulting in fair and cool weather with highs ranging from the mid
30s in the northwest mountains to the mid 40s in Philadelphia.

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