Regional Weather Summary
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REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
321 AM EDT TUE MAY 5 2015

A WEAK FRONT WILL MOVE DOWN FROM THE NORTH TODAY AND WAGGLE NORTH
THEN BACK SOUTH TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY. SHOWERS AND ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP OVER THE SOUTHWEST THIS MORNING AND
MOVE INTO THE CENTRAL CITIES DURING THE MID-DAY AND THEN INTO THE
SOUTHEAST DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON. THE NORTHEAST WILL REMAIN
DRY THROUGH MOST OF THE DAY. HIGHS WILL RUN BETWEEN THE UPPER 60S
IN THE WEST AND THE LOWER 80S IN THE SOUTHEASTERN PIEDMONT.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE LIKELY ACROSS THE NORTH
TONIGHT...BUT WILL ONLY BE SCATTERED OVER THE REST OF THE STATE.
IT WILL REMAIN MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH LOWS GENERALLY IN THE 50S.

SOME SHOWERS WILL STILL OCCUR ON WEDNESDAY...MAINLY IN THE
SOUTHWESTERN HALF OF THE STATE. WARM FAIR WEATHER WILL THEN
PREVAIL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES DOWN FROM THE
NORTH AND EAST AND SETS UP OVER THE EAST COAST. HIGHS ON WEDNESDAY
WILL BE IN THE MID AND UPPER 60S IN THE NORTHEASTERN HALF AND 70
TO 75 DEGREES IN THE SOUTHWEST HALF OF THE STATE.

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