529  
AWUS81 KCTP 141005  
RWSCTP  
PAZ004>006-010>012-017>019-024>028-033>037-041-042-045-046-  
049>053-056>059-063>066-150015-  
 
REGIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA  
605 AM EDT TUE AUG 14 2018  
 
ANOTHER DAY OF NUMEROUS AND LOCALLY HEAVY SHOWERS AND  
THUNDERSTORMS LIES AHEAD FOR RESIDENTS AND TRAVELERS ACROSS  
CENTRAL AND EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA, AS LOW PRESSURE IN THE UPPER  
ATMOSPHERE CREEPS TO THE NORTHEAST FROM THE SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY AND  
REACHES WESTERN NEW ENGLAND BY LATE TONIGHT.  
 
SOME OF THE RAIN WILL TOTAL OVER ONE INCH WITHIN JUST A 30 TO 60  
MINUTES PERIOD, AND BE ENOUGH TO CAUSE AT LEAST MINOR FLOODING OF  
POOR DRAINAGE AREAS AND SMALL STREAMS. SOME LARGER STREAMS ACROSS  
THE WESTERN POCONOS AND SUSQUEHANNA VALLEY, ALONG WITH A FEW  
POINTS ON THE SUSQUEHANNA'S NORTH BRANCH WILL REACH FLOOD STAGE  
OR BE IN FLOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING.  
 
HIGH TEMPERATURES TODAY RANGING FROM THE MID 70S ACROSS THE  
NORTHERN AND WESTERN MOUNTAINS, TO LOWER 80S IN THE SUSQUEHANNA  
VALLEY WILL BE A FEW TO SEVERAL DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.  
 
PARTIAL CLEARING AND LIGHT WIND TONIGHT WILL COMBINE WITH THE  
MOIST GROUND TO PRODUCE AREAS OF DENSE FOG, ESPECIALLY THROUGHOUT  
THE DEEPER VALLEYS OF NORTHERN PENNSYLVANIA. LOWS AT DAYBREAK  
WEDNESDAY WILL VARY FROM THE UPPER 50S OVER THE NORTH TO BETWEEN  
60 AND 65 DEGREES ELSEWHERE.  
 
A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL SLIDE EAST ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH  
WEDNESDAY BRINGING PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY AND DRY, BUT STILL WARM  
AND HUMID CONDITIONS.  
 

 
 
LAMBERT  
 
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