Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS State College, PA

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Regional Weather Summary
National Weather Service State College PA
448 AM EDT Tue Apr 24 2018

Light rain is gradually overspreading the western half of the
Commonwealth this morning. The rain will take all day to slide
into the eastern third of the state. Temperatures this morning
are above normal for this time of year, but the rain will keep the
rise in temperature very minor today in the western high terrain.
The temperatures will probably rise 5 to 10 degrees over the far
west and about 20 degrees in the far eastern cities. Highs will be
in the 50s for most, but could be in the lower 60s in the east.

Periods of rain will continue through the entire night tonight as
a low pressure area slides up the East Coast. Rainfall of up to
an inch is possible across the southern tier, and at least a half
of an inch in the north. Lows tonight will drop into the lower 40s
to around 50 degrees.

The rain will taper off in the morning as the low pressure moves
farther to the north. It should be clearing up by noon in the
southeast and southwest. Clouds and some scattered showers will
continue over the north and Laurel Mountains, but will cover less
of the sky as the day continues. Highs on Wednesday will run in
the upper 40s on the Erie lakeshore, but get into the mid 60s in
the southeastern piedmont.

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