Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
615 AM EST Thu Dec 8 2016

A cold front will push southeast across Pennsylvania today. Cold
air flowing over the relatively warm waters of the Great Lakes
will generate lake-effect snow showers across the northwest corner
of the state this afternoon. Elsewhere, clouds will give way to
increasing sunshine and breezy conditions across the southeast
half of the state today. Highs will range from the upper 20s
across the northwest corner of the state, to the mid 40s across
the Lower Delaware Valley.

Lake effect snow will continue to fall over mostly the northwest
corner of Pennsylvania tonight and Friday. However, a few snow
showers could fall even into the eastern half of the state on
Friday. Significant accumulations will be confined to areas
immediately downwind of Lake Erie, while at least light
accumulations are likely across roughly the northwest half of the
state. The air mass overspreading the state tonight and Friday
will be the coldest so far this season, with temperatures 5-10
degrees below average and a gusty wind will make it feel even
colder.

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