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Daily Almanac - May 6, 2016
City Normal
High
Normal
Low
Now
ALLENTOWN 69 4551
ERIE 64 4541
JOHNSTOWN 64 4547
MIDDLETOWN 70 4954
PHILADELPHIA 71 5151
PITTSBURGH 69 4750
SCRANTON 67 4552
UNIVERSITY PARK 67 4650
WILLIAMSPORT 69 4554

PA Blurb - March 2016

While there were some swings in temperature and some noticeable cold snaps, March in Pennsylvania averaged 5-10 degrees F above normal. Many areas experienced near record warmth for the period of the 8th through the 10th, with parts of southeast PA having readings at or above 80 F. Precipitation was near seasonal levels across western Pennsylvania as frontal boundaries crossed the state relavitely frequently during the month. These fronts weakened as they crossed the state, however, which resulted in much of central and eastern Pennsylvania measuring just a quarter to half of normal March precipitation totals. March was also a relatively inactive severe weather month, with just 3 damaging winds and 1 hail report across the state.

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