Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
611 AM EST Tue Dec 6 2016

Low pressure lifting toward Pennsylvania from the southeast states
will spread a wintry mix of precipitation across the state today.
Mainly rain will fall in the south and mainly snow across the
Northern Mountains, where a few inches of accumulation is expected
by tonight. In addition, a glaze of ice is likely over the high
terrain of Somerset and Cambria counties. High temperatures today
will range from the 30s over the central part of the state, to the
mid 40s on the Lake Erie shore and across the Lower Delaware
Valley.

Precipitation will taper off tonight, as the storm system passes
off the coast. Lows will be mainly in the 30s.

High pressure will build into the region Wednesday, bringing dry
weather and clearing skies to most of Pennsylvania. Highs will
range from the mid 30s across the Northwest Mountains, to the
upper 40s around Philadelphia.

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