Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
610 AM EDT THU OCT 23 2014

LOW PRESSURE CENTERED APPROXIMATELY 150 MILES EAST OF ATLANTIC
CITY NEW JERSEY EARLY THURSDAY WILL MOVE SLOWLY NORTH OFFSHORE NEW
ENGLAND INTO ATLANTIC CANADA THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT. THIS SYSTEM
WILL CONTINUE TO BRING PLENTY OF CLOUDS AND THE RISK OF INTERMITTENT
RAIN TO THE DELAWARE AND LEHIGH VALLEYS IN EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
TODAY...AND THE POCONO MOUNTAINS IN NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
THROUGH TONIGHT. SOME CLEARING WILL TAKE PLACE IN WESTERN
PENNSYLVANIA THIS AFTERNOON...WITH IMPROVING CONDITIONS EXPECTED
ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH ON FRIDAY. A TIGHT PRESSURE GRADIENT ON
THE BACKSIDE OF THE DEPARTING NEW ENGLAND COASTAL STORM WILL
RESULT IN FREQUENT WIND GUSTS FROM THE NORTH-NORTHWEST BETWEEN 25
TO 35 MPH. HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 40S
IN THE POCONOS TO AROUND 60 DEGREES IN SOUTH-CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA.

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