Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
613 AM EDT Thu Mar 23 2017

High pressure will build across Pennsylvania today, supplying the
state with sunny skies and light winds. After a very cold start to
the day, temperatures should recover by afternoon to the 40s over
most of the state, and the 30s over the northeast counties.

A warm front will approach from the west tonight, spreading light
rain into much of the state by dawn Friday. Temperatures at the
surface could be just cold enough to support a period of freezing
rain over the central and eastern part of the commonwealth. Any
light rain or freezing rain should lift north of the region by
Friday afternoon, with much milder air spreading into the state
on a southwest breeze. Highs Friday should range from the low 60s
along the Ohio border, to the 40s over eastern Pennsylvania.

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