Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
400 PM EST Thu Dec 8 2016

Chillier temperatures have begun filtering into the area behind a
departing cold front. Lake-effect and upslope snow showers are
developing across northern and western Pennsylvania, and this
activity will continue to increase this evening into tonight. Low
temperatures will range from the upper teens in the Laurel Highlands
to the upper 20s in the immediate Philadelphia area.

Friday will feature more of the same, with a blustery northwest wind
continuing to produce lake-effect and upslope snow showers across
primarily northern and western Pennsylvania. The downsloping flow
should allow skies to become partly sunny southeast of the
mountains. High temperatures will range from the mid 20s in the
northwest mountains and the Laurel Highlands to around 40 degrees in
Philadelphia.

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Evanego



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