Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
606 AM EST Tue Feb 21 2017

Limited morning sunshine will give way to thickening afternoon
cloudiness today as a weakening cold front approaches from the
Midwest. This front will push into the far northwest part of the
state late today, before sagging slowly southeast across the rest
of the region tonight and early Wednesday. This weather feature
will be preceded, and accompanied by one or two brief periods of
mainly light rain showers.

Temperatures this afternoon will be a little cooler across
central and eastern Pennsylvania, where highs will reach the 40s
to lower 50s. West of the Alleghenies, temperatures should
approach, or even top 60 degrees once again.

Lows tonight under mostly cloudy skies will range from the mid
30s across the Poconos of northeastern Pennsylvania, to around 50
degrees in the Greater Pittsburgh area.

For the second half of this week, unseasonably mild air will push
back into the area from the southwest, as a wavering and nearly
stationary frontal boundary stays just to our north.

Strengthening low pressure will move northeast across the Upper
Great Lakes late Friday into early Saturday. The cold front
trailing south from this low will bring showers, and perhaps even
a several hour period of steady rain during the day
Saturday. Gusty west wind of 35 to 45 mph will likely develop in
the wake of the front Saturday into Saturday night.

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