Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
510 AM EST Tue Jan 24 2017

The storm affecting the Commonwealth this morning will be pulling
away to the east and north. The snow is already much lighter than
it was overnight, and should continue to taper off this morning.
Additional snow accumulations will be just another inch or two in
the northeast, and little to nothing elsewhere across the state.
It will remain cloudy for much of the day, especially across the
north. The gusty north wind will turn more to the west. Highs
today will be in the lower 40s south of Pittsburgh and only around
freezing in the north-central mountains.

Some clearing will occur over most of the state tonight, but
clouds will linger and some drizzle is possible in the Laurel
Highlands tonight. The west wind of 10 to 15 MPH will continue for
much of the night. Lows will be in the upper 20s in the north and
lower to mid 30s in the south.

High pressure should provide a fair period for most of the day on
Wednesday. Clouds will increase from the west later in the day and
a few sprinkles are possible in the west. But, the otherwise
mostly sunny skies will help temperatures rise into the lower to
even mid 50s in the south and west. But the snow that is left on
the ground on Wednesday may help to keep the temperatures at or
below 40 degrees in the northeast.

A cold front will pass through Wednesday night and Thursday
morning accompanied by some rain showers. Lake effect snow is then
expected to kick in and last into the weekend.

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