Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
501 PM EDT Tue Sep 19 2017

Pennsylvania`s weather will continue to be dominated by a
building ridge of high pressure over the next several days, while
a couple of tropical systems meander off the East Coast.

As with the past few nights, mainly clear skies will give way to
patchy fog and low clouds overnight. A few rain showers are
expected in far eastern Pennsylvania, on the westernmost fringe
of Hurricane Jose. Low temperatures by daybreak on Wednesday will
range from the mid 50s on the Allegheny Plateau to the mid 60s in
the urban centers of southeastern Pennsylvania.

Wednesday will see patchy fog and low clouds give way to sunshine
for central Pennsylvania, while clouds from Hurricane Jose linger
in far eastern Pennsylvania and clouds from a weakening frontal
boundary push into the west. Temperatures will be above normal,
with highs reaching the upper 70s to low 80s.


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