Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
603 AM EDT Sun Mar 26 2017

A cool and moist easterly flow will prevail today, helping to
create widespread low clouds and some light drizzle at times.
Temperatures to start the day today will range from around 30
degrees across the Pocono Plateau in far northeastern
Pennsylvania, where a bit of freezing drizzle is possible, to the
mid and upper 50s in far southwestern Pennsylvania.

The chance for more numerous showers, and even a few periods of
steady rain, will increase late today over Western Pennsylvania,
and tonight elsewhere across the Central and Eastern portions of
the state as a wave of low pressure moves northeast from the Mid
Mississippi valley to the Upper Great Lakes region. This low will
push a warm front northward across the commonwealth overnight.

High temperatures this afternoon will range from the raw, mid
to upper 30s in far northeastern Pennsylvania to the mid 60s in
the far west.

Total rainfall amounts from late today into early Monday will
average between one-quarter and one-half of an inch. Some
locations across the Western third of the state could see up to
one inch of rain by noon Monday.

Unseasonably mild conditions are expected tonight through
Tuesday. Cooler and dry weather will follow for Wednesday and

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