Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
455 AM EDT Wed Mar 29 2017

Showers ended overnight as low pressure moved east of the
Commonwealth. Cooler and drier air started to filter southward from
the Great Lakes...accompanied by patchy drizzle in spots. Skies
throughout the state were cloudy as a deck of low clouds stretched
from the Ohio Valley through Upstate New York. Pre dawn temperatures
ranged from the mid to upper 30s near the New York border to around
50 degrees over the southeast. Winds were northerly in all areas at
5 to 15 mph.

High pressure will build into Pennsylvania today...eventually
bringing partly to mostly sunny skies and seasonal temperatures.
Highs will reach the low 50s to low 60s. Tonight will be clear and
cold...with lows ranging from the mid to upper 20s north to the 30s
in the south. Thursday will be a tad cooler as clouds increase ahead
of our next weather maker. Highs will range from the mid 40s north
to the mid 50s south.

Another extended period of cloudy and showery weather will last from
Thursday night through Saturday as slow moving low pressure tracks
from the Ohio Valley through the northern Mid Atlantic states.
Sunday will be colder and drier...but there could still be scattered
afternoon showers and even snow showers over the mountains.

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