Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
456 AM EDT MON SEP 22 2014

HIGH PRESSURE WILL SLIDE IN FROM THE WEST TODAY AND TONIGHT...AND
SETTLE IN FOR THE LONG HAUL.

CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE STATE THIS MORNING EXCEPT THE
SOUTHEASTERN PIEDMONT. A FEW SMALL SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED IN THE
NORTHWEST THIS MORNING...BUT THE CLOUDS WILL BEGIN TO BREAK UP
AFTER NOON. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE BELOW NORMAL...HOLDING IN
THE LOWER TO MID 50S IN THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS. HIGHS WILL GET
NEAR 70 DEGREES IN THE LOWER DELAWARE RIVER VALLEY. A GUSTY
NORTHWEST WIND WILL BLOW MUCH OF THE DAY...MAKING IT FEEL EVEN
COOLER.

THE LOW TEMPERATURE TONIGHT WILL DIP TO NEAR 40 DEGREES OVER MOST
OF THE STATE...COOLER IN THE MOUNTAINS AND WARMER NEAR THE BIGGER
CITIES. THE SKIES WILL CLEAR IN MOST LOCATIONS...WITH THE NORTHERN
TIER HOLDING ON TO SOME PATCHY CLOUDS. SOME RIVER VALLEY FOG IS
POSSIBLE TUESDAY MORNING.

FAIR AND DRY WEATHER WILL CONTINUE ON TUESDAY WITH PLENTY OF
SUNSHINE. HIGHS WILL RANGE THROUGH THE 60S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES.

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