Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
552 AM EDT SAT AUG 27 2016

A large ridge of high pressure will remain anchored over eastern
Canada and the northeastern States today, bringing us fair and
unseasonably warm weather. A partly cloudy and slightly milder
night is in store for the region tonight.

Scattered showers, and perhaps a few strong to possibly severe
thunderstorms will return to the northwestern part of the state
Sunday afternoon and evening, while the rest of the state remains
warm and mainly dry.

High temperatures both this afternoon and Sunday will be in the
mid and upper 80s for most of the Commonwealth, however valley
locations throughout southern Pennsylvania will hit 90 degrees or
slightly higher. The high temperatures this weekend will be about
10 degrees above normal.

A weak frontal boundary will try to push southeast across the
state Sunday night into Monday morning, and could be accompanied
by a shower or brief thunderstorm.

Another period of warmer than normal and dry days will follow for
Monday, Tuesday, and possibly Wednesday. Expect a significant
cool down to occur for late next week in the wake of a strong
cold front that will push through the region.

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