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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1027 AM EST THU FEB 11 2016

AN EXTENDED STRETCH OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES IS IN STORE
THROUGH THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK AND THE UPCOMING WEEKEND.

WIDESPREAD LAKE-EFFECT AND TERRAIN-ENHANCED SNOW SHOWERS WILL
CONTINUE THROUGH MOST OF THE DAY OVER WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA.
SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WILL OCCASIONALLY PROGRESS INTO THE CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS AND FLURRIES ARE POSSIBLE AS FAR AS THE NORTHERN SUBURBS
OF PHILADELPHIA. A BLUSTERY WEST WIND AND HIGHS ONLY IN THE LOWER
TEENS TO MID 20S WILL ALLOW FOR WIND CHILLS AS LOW AS 10 BELOW
ZERO IN THE WESTERN HIGHLANDS AND 10 ABOVE IN THE EASTERN VALLEYS.

SNOW SHOWERS SHOULD TAPER OFF LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY
TONIGHT. BLOWING SNOW IS POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT IN THE WEST. SOME
CLEARING...MAINLY IN THE EAST...AND WINDS BECOMING LIGHTER WILL
LEAD TO LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO FOR MOST OF THE
COMMONWEALTH. ONLY THE SOUTHEAST WILL STAY ABOVE 10 DEGREES.

FRIDAY WILL BE ANOTHER COLD DAY ACROSS THE STATE WITH SCATTERED
SNOW SHOWERS IN THE WEST. SHOWERS WILL PUSH EAST LATE FRIDAY AND
SNOW SQUALLS ARE POSSIBLE DURING THE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT HOURS.
HIGHS FRIDAY WILL GENERALLY BE IN THE 20S STATEWIDE.

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HAGNER


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