Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
1058 PM EDT Sat Apr 29 2017

Pennsylvania will remain in the battle zone between two airmasses
on Sunday as a frontal boundary remains draped across the
commonwealth, separating cooler air to the north from warm, humid
air to the south.

There could be a few showers overnight, and some thunder is possible
across western Pennsylvania. Low temperatures will range from the
mid 40s across the northern tier of Pennsylvania to around 60
degrees near the Mason-Dixon line.

Sunday will see the frontal boundary shift to a northwest to
southeast orientation, with warm and humid air pushing northward
into western Pennsylvania along with a few showers and
thunderstorms. Meanwhile, easterly flow on the cool side of the
front will keep clouds and cooler temperatures in place for much of
central and eastern Pennsylvania.


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