Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
330 PM EDT SUN AUG 28 2016

A cold front will drop southeastward into Pennsylvania this evening,
bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms across primarily
northern and western parts of the commonwealth. This activity should
tend to diminish overnight, with low temperatures ranging from the
low 60s in the northwest mountains to the upper 60s across
southwestern and far southeastern Pennsylvania.

The front will stall near or just south of the Mason-Dixon line on
Monday, resulting in a few clouds and a slight chance for a shower
or thunderstorm across southern Pennsylvania. Farther to the north,
skies should become mostly sunny. High temperatures will range from
the upper 70s near the Lake Erie shoreline to the low 90s in the
Philadelphia area.

Tuesday will be a mostly sunny and warm day, before a stronger cold
front crosses the commonwealth on Wednesday accompanied by another
chance for showers and storms.


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