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000
AGUS71 KRHA 011415
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1015 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

THE STORM FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES
MAINLY IN THE CENTER PORTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. REPORTS OF 3 TO OVER 6
INCHES OF SNOW WERE COMMON IN THIS AREA. THIS PRECIPITATION PRODUCED
MINOR RISES ON STREAMS AND CREEKS.

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.73  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.67  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam
   0.65  Clinton               PA  Renovo
   0.63  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam DCP
   0.61  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.61  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.60  Clinton               PA  Renovo F/P Precip
   0.60  Lycoming              PA  Slate Run F/P Precip
   0.56  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.52  Carbon                PA  Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE CO
   0.51  Union                 PA  Mifflinburg 1.4NW CO
   0.50  Clearfield            PA  Piper F/P Precip
   0.49  Lycoming              PA  Cedar Run
   0.49  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TODAY AND MOST OF TOMORROW. LOW
PRESSURE WILL PUSH RAIN INTO OUR BASIN LATE THURSDAY AND DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON FRIDAY. THIS SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WILL KEEP
PRECIPITATION OVER OUR BASIN INTO SATURDAY.

AT THIS TIME THE HIGHEST QPF VALUES ARE EXPECTED OVER PENNSYLVANIA AND
NEW JERSEY WHERE A SOLID THREE-QUARTERS TO ONE INCH IS FORECAST. THIS
RAIN IN COMBINATION WITH RESIDUAL SNOW MELT WILL PRODUCE RISES THAT
COULD EXCEED HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS BANK-FULL CONDITIONS.

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 011415
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1015 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

THE STORM FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES
MAINLY IN THE CENTER PORTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. REPORTS OF 3 TO OVER 6
INCHES OF SNOW WERE COMMON IN THIS AREA. THIS PRECIPITATION PRODUCED
MINOR RISES ON STREAMS AND CREEKS.

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.73  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.67  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam
   0.65  Clinton               PA  Renovo
   0.63  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam DCP
   0.61  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.61  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.60  Clinton               PA  Renovo F/P Precip
   0.60  Lycoming              PA  Slate Run F/P Precip
   0.56  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.52  Carbon                PA  Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE CO
   0.51  Union                 PA  Mifflinburg 1.4NW CO
   0.50  Clearfield            PA  Piper F/P Precip
   0.49  Lycoming              PA  Cedar Run
   0.49  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TODAY AND MOST OF TOMORROW. LOW
PRESSURE WILL PUSH RAIN INTO OUR BASIN LATE THURSDAY AND DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON FRIDAY. THIS SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WILL KEEP
PRECIPITATION OVER OUR BASIN INTO SATURDAY.

AT THIS TIME THE HIGHEST QPF VALUES ARE EXPECTED OVER PENNSYLVANIA AND
NEW JERSEY WHERE A SOLID THREE-QUARTERS TO ONE INCH IS FORECAST. THIS
RAIN IN COMBINATION WITH RESIDUAL SNOW MELT WILL PRODUCE RISES THAT
COULD EXCEED HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS BANK-FULL CONDITIONS.

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 011415
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1015 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

THE STORM FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES
MAINLY IN THE CENTER PORTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. REPORTS OF 3 TO OVER 6
INCHES OF SNOW WERE COMMON IN THIS AREA. THIS PRECIPITATION PRODUCED
MINOR RISES ON STREAMS AND CREEKS.

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.73  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.67  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam
   0.65  Clinton               PA  Renovo
   0.63  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam DCP
   0.61  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.61  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.60  Clinton               PA  Renovo F/P Precip
   0.60  Lycoming              PA  Slate Run F/P Precip
   0.56  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.52  Carbon                PA  Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE CO
   0.51  Union                 PA  Mifflinburg 1.4NW CO
   0.50  Clearfield            PA  Piper F/P Precip
   0.49  Lycoming              PA  Cedar Run
   0.49  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TODAY AND MOST OF TOMORROW. LOW
PRESSURE WILL PUSH RAIN INTO OUR BASIN LATE THURSDAY AND DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON FRIDAY. THIS SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WILL KEEP
PRECIPITATION OVER OUR BASIN INTO SATURDAY.

AT THIS TIME THE HIGHEST QPF VALUES ARE EXPECTED OVER PENNSYLVANIA AND
NEW JERSEY WHERE A SOLID THREE-QUARTERS TO ONE INCH IS FORECAST. THIS
RAIN IN COMBINATION WITH RESIDUAL SNOW MELT WILL PRODUCE RISES THAT
COULD EXCEED HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS BANK-FULL CONDITIONS.

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 011415
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1015 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

THE STORM FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES
MAINLY IN THE CENTER PORTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. REPORTS OF 3 TO OVER 6
INCHES OF SNOW WERE COMMON IN THIS AREA. THIS PRECIPITATION PRODUCED
MINOR RISES ON STREAMS AND CREEKS.

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.73  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.67  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam
   0.65  Clinton               PA  Renovo
   0.63  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam DCP
   0.61  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.61  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.60  Clinton               PA  Renovo F/P Precip
   0.60  Lycoming              PA  Slate Run F/P Precip
   0.56  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.52  Carbon                PA  Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE CO
   0.51  Union                 PA  Mifflinburg 1.4NW CO
   0.50  Clearfield            PA  Piper F/P Precip
   0.49  Lycoming              PA  Cedar Run
   0.49  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TODAY AND MOST OF TOMORROW. LOW
PRESSURE WILL PUSH RAIN INTO OUR BASIN LATE THURSDAY AND DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON FRIDAY. THIS SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WILL KEEP
PRECIPITATION OVER OUR BASIN INTO SATURDAY.

AT THIS TIME THE HIGHEST QPF VALUES ARE EXPECTED OVER PENNSYLVANIA AND
NEW JERSEY WHERE A SOLID THREE-QUARTERS TO ONE INCH IS FORECAST. THIS
RAIN IN COMBINATION WITH RESIDUAL SNOW MELT WILL PRODUCE RISES THAT
COULD EXCEED HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS BANK-FULL CONDITIONS.

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 011415
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1015 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

THE STORM FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES
MAINLY IN THE CENTER PORTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. REPORTS OF 3 TO OVER 6
INCHES OF SNOW WERE COMMON IN THIS AREA. THIS PRECIPITATION PRODUCED
MINOR RISES ON STREAMS AND CREEKS.

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.73  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.67  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam
   0.65  Clinton               PA  Renovo
   0.63  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam DCP
   0.61  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.61  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.60  Clinton               PA  Renovo F/P Precip
   0.60  Lycoming              PA  Slate Run F/P Precip
   0.56  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.52  Carbon                PA  Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE CO
   0.51  Union                 PA  Mifflinburg 1.4NW CO
   0.50  Clearfield            PA  Piper F/P Precip
   0.49  Lycoming              PA  Cedar Run
   0.49  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TODAY AND MOST OF TOMORROW. LOW
PRESSURE WILL PUSH RAIN INTO OUR BASIN LATE THURSDAY AND DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON FRIDAY. THIS SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WILL KEEP
PRECIPITATION OVER OUR BASIN INTO SATURDAY.

AT THIS TIME THE HIGHEST QPF VALUES ARE EXPECTED OVER PENNSYLVANIA AND
NEW JERSEY WHERE A SOLID THREE-QUARTERS TO ONE INCH IS FORECAST. THIS
RAIN IN COMBINATION WITH RESIDUAL SNOW MELT WILL PRODUCE RISES THAT
COULD EXCEED HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS BANK-FULL CONDITIONS.







000
AGUS71 KRHA 011415
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1015 AM EDT WED APR 01 2015

THE STORM FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED RAIN AND SNOW WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES
MAINLY IN THE CENTER PORTION OF PENNSYLVANIA. REPORTS OF 3 TO OVER 6
INCHES OF SNOW WERE COMMON IN THIS AREA. THIS PRECIPITATION PRODUCED
MINOR RISES ON STREAMS AND CREEKS.

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.73  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.67  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam
   0.65  Clinton               PA  Renovo
   0.63  Cameron               PA  Stevenson Dam DCP
   0.61  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.61  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.60  Clinton               PA  Renovo F/P Precip
   0.60  Lycoming              PA  Slate Run F/P Precip
   0.56  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.52  Carbon                PA  Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE CO
   0.51  Union                 PA  Mifflinburg 1.4NW CO
   0.50  Clearfield            PA  Piper F/P Precip
   0.49  Lycoming              PA  Cedar Run
   0.49  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TODAY AND MOST OF TOMORROW. LOW
PRESSURE WILL PUSH RAIN INTO OUR BASIN LATE THURSDAY AND DURING THE
OVERNIGHT HOURS ON FRIDAY. THIS SLOW MOVING SYSTEM WILL KEEP
PRECIPITATION OVER OUR BASIN INTO SATURDAY.

AT THIS TIME THE HIGHEST QPF VALUES ARE EXPECTED OVER PENNSYLVANIA AND
NEW JERSEY WHERE A SOLID THREE-QUARTERS TO ONE INCH IS FORECAST. THIS
RAIN IN COMBINATION WITH RESIDUAL SNOW MELT WILL PRODUCE RISES THAT
COULD EXCEED HALF TO THREE-QUARTERS BANK-FULL CONDITIONS.







000
AGUS71 KRHA 311332
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

Scattered rain showers fell across interior New
York, Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware,
eastern Maryland & eastern Virginia over the past
24 hours.  Observed basin average precipitation
was a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

A compact baroclinic leaf will move along the
Pennsylvania/Maryland border today then exit off
the New jersey coast after 00Z Wednesday.  A
period of rain and wet snow is expected (mainly
across parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York
and New Jersey).  24 hour basin average QPF (water
equivalents) ending 12Z Wednesday are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS






000
AGUS71 KRHA 311332
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

Scattered rain showers fell across interior New
York, Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware,
eastern Maryland & eastern Virginia over the past
24 hours.  Observed basin average precipitation
was a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

A compact baroclinic leaf will move along the
Pennsylvania/Maryland border today then exit off
the New jersey coast after 00Z Wednesday.  A
period of rain and wet snow is expected (mainly
across parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York
and New Jersey).  24 hour basin average QPF (water
equivalents) ending 12Z Wednesday are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 311332
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

Scattered rain showers fell across interior New
York, Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware,
eastern Maryland & eastern Virginia over the past
24 hours.  Observed basin average precipitation
was a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

A compact baroclinic leaf will move along the
Pennsylvania/Maryland border today then exit off
the New jersey coast after 00Z Wednesday.  A
period of rain and wet snow is expected (mainly
across parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York
and New Jersey).  24 hour basin average QPF (water
equivalents) ending 12Z Wednesday are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS






000
AGUS71 KRHA 311332
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

Scattered rain showers fell across interior New
York, Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware,
eastern Maryland & eastern Virginia over the past
24 hours.  Observed basin average precipitation
was a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

A compact baroclinic leaf will move along the
Pennsylvania/Maryland border today then exit off
the New jersey coast after 00Z Wednesday.  A
period of rain and wet snow is expected (mainly
across parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York
and New Jersey).  24 hour basin average QPF (water
equivalents) ending 12Z Wednesday are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 311332
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

Scattered rain showers fell across interior New
York, Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware,
eastern Maryland & eastern Virginia over the past
24 hours.  Observed basin average precipitation
was a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

A compact baroclinic leaf will move along the
Pennsylvania/Maryland border today then exit off
the New jersey coast after 00Z Wednesday.  A
period of rain and wet snow is expected (mainly
across parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York
and New Jersey).  24 hour basin average QPF (water
equivalents) ending 12Z Wednesday are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS
NNNN






000
AGUS71 KRHA 311332
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT TUE MAR 31 2015

Scattered rain showers fell across interior New
York, Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware,
eastern Maryland & eastern Virginia over the past
24 hours.  Observed basin average precipitation
was a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

A compact baroclinic leaf will move along the
Pennsylvania/Maryland border today then exit off
the New jersey coast after 00Z Wednesday.  A
period of rain and wet snow is expected (mainly
across parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York
and New Jersey).  24 hour basin average QPF (water
equivalents) ending 12Z Wednesday are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS
NNNN





000
AGUS71 KRHA 301336
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 936 AM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

A cold front brought some scattered rain showers
to parts of the mid Atlantic region over the past
24 hours.  Below is a list of some observed
rainfall from 8am Sun through 8am Monday.

Rain  County           State  Location
0.16  Grant              WV   Bayard
0.15  Tucker             WV   Davis - Blackwater
0.14  Randolph           WV   Elkins
0.10  Sullivan           NY   Neversink Reservoir
0.10  Clinton            PA   Renovo F/P Precip
0.10  Cumberland         NJ   Seabrook
0.09  Ulster             NY   Phoenicia
0.08  Mineral            WV   Keyser
0.08  Garrett            MD   Kitzmiller
0.08  Garrett            MD   Oakland
0.07  Clearfield         PA   Grampian
0.07  Cumberland         NJ   Millville AP
0.07  Delaware           NY   Pepacton Reservoir
0.06  Garrett            MD   Accident
0.06  Alleghany          VA   Covington COOP

Rain showers will move offshore today.  The next
wave of low pressure will bring a period of rain and
wet snow (mainly to parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania,
New York and New Jersey) Tuesday.  24 hour basin
average QPF (water equivalents) are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS






000
AGUS71 KRHA 301336
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 936 AM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

A cold front brought some scattered rain showers
to parts of the mid Atlantic region over the past
24 hours.  Below is a list of some observed
rainfall from 8am Sun through 8am Monday.

Rain  County           State  Location
0.16  Grant              WV   Bayard
0.15  Tucker             WV   Davis - Blackwater
0.14  Randolph           WV   Elkins
0.10  Sullivan           NY   Neversink Reservoir
0.10  Clinton            PA   Renovo F/P Precip
0.10  Cumberland         NJ   Seabrook
0.09  Ulster             NY   Phoenicia
0.08  Mineral            WV   Keyser
0.08  Garrett            MD   Kitzmiller
0.08  Garrett            MD   Oakland
0.07  Clearfield         PA   Grampian
0.07  Cumberland         NJ   Millville AP
0.07  Delaware           NY   Pepacton Reservoir
0.06  Garrett            MD   Accident
0.06  Alleghany          VA   Covington COOP

Rain showers will move offshore today.  The next
wave of low pressure will bring a period of rain and
wet snow (mainly to parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania,
New York and New Jersey) Tuesday.  24 hour basin
average QPF (water equivalents) are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 301336
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 936 AM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

A cold front brought some scattered rain showers
to parts of the mid Atlantic region over the past
24 hours.  Below is a list of some observed
rainfall from 8am Sun through 8am Monday.

Rain  County           State  Location
0.16  Grant              WV   Bayard
0.15  Tucker             WV   Davis - Blackwater
0.14  Randolph           WV   Elkins
0.10  Sullivan           NY   Neversink Reservoir
0.10  Clinton            PA   Renovo F/P Precip
0.10  Cumberland         NJ   Seabrook
0.09  Ulster             NY   Phoenicia
0.08  Mineral            WV   Keyser
0.08  Garrett            MD   Kitzmiller
0.08  Garrett            MD   Oakland
0.07  Clearfield         PA   Grampian
0.07  Cumberland         NJ   Millville AP
0.07  Delaware           NY   Pepacton Reservoir
0.06  Garrett            MD   Accident
0.06  Alleghany          VA   Covington COOP

Rain showers will move offshore today.  The next
wave of low pressure will bring a period of rain and
wet snow (mainly to parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania,
New York and New Jersey) Tuesday.  24 hour basin
average QPF (water equivalents) are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS






000
AGUS71 KRHA 301336
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 936 AM EDT MON MAR 30 2015

A cold front brought some scattered rain showers
to parts of the mid Atlantic region over the past
24 hours.  Below is a list of some observed
rainfall from 8am Sun through 8am Monday.

Rain  County           State  Location
0.16  Grant              WV   Bayard
0.15  Tucker             WV   Davis - Blackwater
0.14  Randolph           WV   Elkins
0.10  Sullivan           NY   Neversink Reservoir
0.10  Clinton            PA   Renovo F/P Precip
0.10  Cumberland         NJ   Seabrook
0.09  Ulster             NY   Phoenicia
0.08  Mineral            WV   Keyser
0.08  Garrett            MD   Kitzmiller
0.08  Garrett            MD   Oakland
0.07  Clearfield         PA   Grampian
0.07  Cumberland         NJ   Millville AP
0.07  Delaware           NY   Pepacton Reservoir
0.06  Garrett            MD   Accident
0.06  Alleghany          VA   Covington COOP

Rain showers will move offshore today.  The next
wave of low pressure will bring a period of rain and
wet snow (mainly to parts of Maryland, Pennsylvania,
New York and New Jersey) Tuesday.  24 hour basin
average QPF (water equivalents) are expected to
range from zero /0.00/ up to a third /0.30/ of an
inch.

Little river response is expected.  Please refer to
MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts.

DAS
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