CWS Forecast: State College

Last Updated: Jul 2, 2015 at 6:57 am

Forecast Discussion

The active weather will stay down to our south courtesy of a modest high pressure system which will sit around the area. This will keep the weather fairly quiet for the most today and tomorrow, but tomorrow night is when things get a little bit more active – relatively speaking. A wave of energy moves just south of the area, pushing a few showers and maybe a thunderstorm or two into the area towards the weekend. It will not be a washout, but do be mindful to check the radar or keep the umbrella handy before stepping out. With all that being said, and not being said, here now is your weather…

Day 1: Thursday, Jul 2nd 2015
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80 °F
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55 °F
Partly cloudy skies this morning, and then off and on clouds throughout the day and overnight.
Day 2: Friday, Jul 3rd 2015
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78 °F
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60 °F
Partly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to mostly cloudy afternoon skies. Mostly cloudy overnight with a few showers possible by midnight.
Day 3: Saturday, Jul 4th 2015
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76 °F
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61 °F
Widely scattered showers in the morning, and then a few thunderstorms during the afternoon, lingering in the evening but tapering by midnight.
Day 4: Sunday, Jul 5th 2015
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82 °F
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62 °F
Partly cloudy skies during the day will give way to mostly clear skies by the late afternoon. Mostly clear skies overnight.
Day 5: Monday, Jul 6th 2015
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84 °F
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63 °F
Mostly clear skies throughout the day and overnight.
Your CWS Forecasters:

Timmy Albertson.