Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
415 AM EST Fri Jan 20 2017

Skies were clear across portions of the Keystone state overnight.
Early morning temperatures were mainly in the lower to mid 30s
across most of the area, but in the upper 20s in the colder spots
where skies cleared out before sunset yesterday.

Clouds will be on the increase this morning, as low pressure tracks
northeast toward the lower Great Lakes. Rain will overspread the
area from west to east. Pockets of freezing rain will be possible
across portions of south central Pennsylvania this morning.

Rain will taper off to just a few showers by this evening. Highs
today will be mainly in the 40s, but in the lower to mid 50s across
the southwest.

A few showers will still be possible tonight. Lows will range from
the mid 30s to lower 40s across central and eastern sections of
Pennsylvania, to the upper 40s across the far west.

Most of the period from late this evening into early Sunday evening
will be be dry. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will be mainly in the
upper 40s to mid 50s, but near 60 degrees in southwestern

More wet weather is in store for the region from late Sunday evening
into Tuesday, as a complex storm moves across the southeastern


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