CWS Forecast: State College

Last Updated: Mar 3, 2015 at 10:42 pm

Forecast Discussion

After an icy mess Tuesday night, temperatures are expected to rise above freezing on Wednesday. Today, precipitation that does fall will be in the form of rain, and primarily impact southern and eastern parts of the state. Hazards to driving will persist through Thursday as steadier precipitation will return to the state Wednesday night primarily in the form of snow. Any initial mixing will quickly transition to all snow in the overnight hours tonight. This snow event will end Thursday afternoon after bringing plow-able accumulations to a majority of the commonwealth. Colder air will accompany drier conditions on Friday with highs expected in the low 20s across the state on Friday. Conditions will improve on Saturday as sunny conditions are expected with temperatures approaching the 40 degree mark in parts.

Day 1: Wednesday, Mar 4th 2015
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37 °F
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17 °F
Cloudy conditions with off and on drizzle. A light snow will start overnight.
Day 2: Thursday, Mar 5th 2015
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21 °F
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4 °F
Snow in the morning hours. Clearing in the late afternoon and frigid overnight.
Day 3: Friday, Mar 6th 2015
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24 °F
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18 °F
Mostly sunny skies and cold. Remaining clear at night.
Day 4: Saturday, Mar 7th 2015
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37 °F
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27 °F
Beautiful skies. Warmer.
Day 5: Sunday, Mar 8th 2015
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40 °F
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27 °F
Seasonable temperatures with partly cloudy skies. More clouds overnight.
Your CWS Forecasters:

Max Vido, Josh Gugel, Bret Eilertson, Paul M, Steve Hallet, Andy Moffitt, Madison Littin