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Daily Almanac - August 29, 2016
City Normal
High
Normal
Low
Now
ALLENTOWN 80 5989
ERIE 77 6179
JOHNSTOWN 74 5880
MIDDLETOWN 81 6290
PHILADELPHIA 83 6693
PITTSBURGH 80 6085
SCRANTON 78 5882
UNIVERSITY PARK 78 5982
WILLIAMSPORT 79 5986

PA Blurb - June 2016

The month of June began very mild and humid across the state as Tropical Storm Bonnie skirted the South Carolina coast. A frontal boundary brought some severe weather to the region on the 5th, with one confirmed EF-1 tornado in Warren County. The middle of the month was relatively dry with seasonal temperatures prior to another round of active weather starting on the 16th. Two more EF-0 tornadoes were reported in southwestern Pennsylvania during this time. A slow-moving frontal boundary brought flooding rains to West Virginia and some scattered showers and storms across PA from the 21st through 24th. The month would end with seasonal temperatures and precipitation levels split between much below normal across the north/east and near to slightly above normal in the south/west.


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