Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
1115 AM EST Tue Jan 17 2017

As of mid day, the warm air has moved into western Pennsylvania,
where temperatures have soared into the 50s. The steadier rain
has diminished to a few showers.

East of the mountains and over the north, rain continues along
with areas of fog. The fog is thick, where there are patches of
melting snow. Temperatures east of the mountains range through
the 30s to near 40.

The warm front trying to push the cold air out of the eastern
valleys will only succeed over the southern border counties this
afternoon.

Temperatures will struggle into the upper 30s by this evening
across the northeast third of the state, top out in the lower
40s in the Central Mountains, and reach 50 over the southern
border. West of the mountains, temperatures will remain in the
mid to upper 50s.

A cold front will push east through the state tonight into early
Wednesday. A few showers will linger tonight. Lows will be in the
mid 30s to lower 40s. Wednesday will be cooler than today across
the northwest half of the state, but the southeast half of
Pennsylvania will turn out warmer, and nearly 10 degrees above
normal for highs on Wednesday.

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