Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
553 AM EST Tue Dec 12 2017

A potent upper level disturbance and area of low pressure at the
surface will move across Northern Pennsylvania this morning,
followed quickly by the passage of an arctic front, that will
usher in the coldest air of the season for later today through the
midweek period.

These weather features will team up to bring a light snowfall
this morning that will range from 1 to 3 inches across northern
Pennsylvania, with no more than a dusting across the southern
valleys.

High temperatures ranging from the the upper 20s over the
northwest mountains, to the upper 30s in the southeast will occur
this morning. The mercury will fall steadily behind the arctic
front through the afternoon hours across the central and western
mountains, and late today across the Lower Susquehanna Valley.

Winds will increase with occasional gusts between 35 and 45 mph
behind the front. Areas of significant lake-effect and upslope
snow showers will be developing across northern and western
Pennsylvania. Gusty winds and the snow showers and areas of
heavier lake effect and upslope snows will continue across the
northwest mountains and Laurel highlands tonight into Wednesday,
with temperatures settling into the teens for a low in many
locations, and around 10 degrees across the western mountains of
the state.

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