Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
516 PM EST Sun Dec 4 2016

An area of rain and snow will move quickly through Pennsylvania
tonight into early Monday morning. One to two inches of snow is
expected across north-central and northeast Pennsylvania. There
will be an elevation dependence to the snowfall with lesser
amounts expected in the valleys. Little to no snow accumulation is
forecast across southern Pennsylvania, where any wintry precipitation
is likely to transition to rain with low temperatures remaining
above freezing. Precipitation tapers off early Monday morning
with partial clearing in some areas by the afternoon.

After a short period of dry weather into Monday night, another
shot of mixed precipitation is expected Tuesday into Tuesday
night. The early winter pattern remains active with another
system on Thursday followed by a surge of much colder air for the
end of the week.

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