CWS Forecast: State College

Last Updated: Mar 27, 2015 at 4:26 pm

Forecast Discussion

Winter's grasp may finally be over after this weekend, as a warming trend will take hold beginning later in the weekend. At least for Friday and Saturday, temperatures will remain far below average for late March. Highs will top out in the 30s for much of the state, with the southeast potentially topping out in the low 40s. Come nighttime, though, temperatures will plummet to the teens, with the north state falling to the single digits. Precipitation-wise, don't expect too much in the way of either rain or snow. Some widely-scattered rain showers and snow flurries are likely, especially on Saturday, but much of the state should remain relatively dry. Temperatures should bounce back to spring-like averages by the time we usher in April, with a chance of rain later in the week.

Day 1: Friday, Mar 27th 2015
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42 °F
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22 °F
Relatively cloudy, with a slim chance of snow flurries during the nighttime hours.
Day 2: Saturday, Mar 28th 2015
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30 °F
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17 °F
Some scattered snow showers during the morning hours, but otherwise cloudy and cold. Will turn partly cloudy by nightfall.
Day 3: Sunday, Mar 29th 2015
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44 °F
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36 °F
Much warmer with plenty of sunshine during the day, but clouds will thicken by the evening hours. A slight chance of a rain shower or two is possible overnight.
Day 4: Monday, Mar 30th 2015
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52 °F
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33 °F
Very cloudy, but warmer. A slight chance of a scattered shower is possible during the day, especially during the PM hours.
Day 5: Tuesday, Mar 31st 2015
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54 °F
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30 °F
Warmer still, with some lingering light showers possible during much of the day. Otherwise, expect cloudy skies.
Your CWS Forecasters:

Timmy Albertson, Jake Langedyk, Barbara Becker, Zach Wolff