Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
543 AM EST Wed Dec 7 2016

High pressure will build into the region today, bringing clearing
skies as the day wears on. Highs will range from the mid 30s over the
northwest mountains to the near 50 in Philadelphia.

Fair and seasonable weather is expected tonight with lows ranging
from the 20s over much of the state, to around 30 across the
southeast counties.

A cold front will push southeast through the commonwealth on
Thursday. Much of the state will see no precipitation from the
front. However, cold air flowing over the relatively warm waters
of Lake Erie will produce snow showers across Northwest
Pennsylvania by late in the day. Highs Thursday will range from
around 30 over the northwest part of the state, to the mid 40s
across the southeast piedmont.

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