Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
543 AM EST Sun Nov 19 2017

Gusty winds this morning will subside for the afternoon.

A cold front has moved through and should be east of the
Commonwealth by mid-morning. Maximum wind gusts between 40 and 50
mph are likely this morning across most of the state. Lake effect
showers have already started in the northwest, and as the air
becomes colder, the precipitation over the northwest will become
all snow.

Temperatures will fall just a little this morning, and rise only
a little through the rest of the day. Thus, the afternoon
temperatures will be very similar to sunrise. Expect them to run
between the lower 30s in the northwest and the upper 40s in the
southeast.

The cold air and blustery winds will drop wind chills into the
teens and 20s by Monday morning. The piercing shot of cold air
will be quick-hitting as temperatures moderate to above average
levels on Tuesday. More-normal temperatures will be in store for
Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day.

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