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AGUS71 KRHA 221329
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 929 AM EDT WED OCT 22 2014

NEARLY STATIONARY LOW PRESSURE OFF THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR SHOWERS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY
NIGHT. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE ONE TO TWO INCHES IN
PORTIONS OF NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE AND MARYLAND.

  Value  County                St  Location
   2.34  Ocean                 NJ  Barnegat Light
   1.73  Bergen                NJ  Haworth Mesonet
   1.73  Monmouth              NJ  Sea Girt Mesonet
   1.70  Monmouth              NJ  Manasquan
   1.59  New Castle            DE  Blackbird
   1.49  Baltimore             MD  Baltimore Inner Harb
   1.44  Hudson                NJ  Harrison
   1.30  Passaic               NJ  Hawthorne 1SSE COCO
   1.24  New Castle            DE  Townsend DEOS
   1.21  Baltimore             MD  Baltimore AP
   1.16  Howard                MD  Savage
   1.15  Harford               MD  Aberdeen
   1.08  Ulster                NY  Phoenicia
   1.06  Morris                NJ  Boonton Twp 1.6SSE C
   1.06  Kent                  DE  Smyrna DEOS

LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO INFLUENCE THE EASTERN BASINS TODAY WITH
PERIODS OF RAIN, SOME LOCALLY HEAVY. RAINFALL THROUGH TONIGHT IS
EXPECTED TO BE ONE HALF TO ONE INCH ACROSS MUCH OF THE EAST. LOCALLY,
TWO INCHES OR MORE COULD FALL IN PORTIONS OF NEW JERSEY AND NORTHEAST
MARYLAND.

LOW PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO MOVE AWAY THURSDAY. SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED IN
THE EAST WITH RAINFALL AMOUNTS UNDER ONE HALF INCH.

BY FRIDAY, DRY WEATHER WILL RETURN TO MOST OF THE REGION. SHOWERS ARE
STILL POSSIBLE IN THE FAR NORTHEAST BASINS.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, MINOR CHANGES ARE EXPECTED FOR MOST OF THE
REGION INTO THE WEEKEND. MINOR RISES ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THURSDAY IN
PORTIONS OF THE THE DELAWARE, LOWER POTOMAC AND THE NEW JERSEY BASINS.
LOCALLY SHARP RISES ARE POSSIBLE ON SMALLER CREEKS AND STREAMS NEAR
AREAS OF HEAVIER RAINFALL.

ALL DAILY FORECASTS WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY.

TJR
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 211352
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 952 AM EDT TUE OCT 21 2014


RAIN SHOWERS WERE SCATTERED ACROSS OUR BASINS DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS.
THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z MONDAY TO 12Z TUESDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.34  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.31  McKean                PA  Bradford AP
   0.30  Schuyler              NY  Dundee 6.2E COCO
   0.30  Potter                PA  Roulette 1.8NNE COCO
   0.29  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE
   0.27  Elk                   PA  Wilcox
   0.26  Livingston            NY  Dansville
   0.26  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.25  Yates                 NY  Penn Yan ASOS
   0.24  Carbon                PA  Lehighton
   0.23  Carbon                PA  Lehighton
   0.21  Allegany              NY  Wellsville
   0.21  Elk                   PA  Ridgway
   0.20  Potter                PA  Cherry Springs F/P P
   0.20  Carbon                PA  Lehighton 4NE COOP

LOW PRESSURE EVOLVING FROM THE LOWER GREAT LAKES INTO THE MIDDLE-
ATLANTIC AND NORTHEAST STATES WILL CONTINUE TO BRING SCATTERED RAIN
SHOWERS OR PATCHY AREAS OF RAIN TO THE REGION FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO TO FOUR TENTHS OF AN INCH. DAY TWO IS LESS THAN A
TENTH IN SOUTHERN AND THE WESTERN HALF OF OUR NORTHERN BASINS INCREASING
TO AROUND SIX TENTHS IN THE FAR NORTHEASTERN BASINS. DAY THREE IS ZERO
IN THE SOUTHERN BASINS INCREASING TO HALF AN INCH IN THE UPPER NORTH
BRANCH SUSQUEHANNA BASIN.

MINOR RISES ARE EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 211352
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 952 AM EDT TUE OCT 21 2014


RAIN SHOWERS WERE SCATTERED ACROSS OUR BASINS DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS.
THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z MONDAY TO 12Z TUESDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.34  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.31  McKean                PA  Bradford AP
   0.30  Schuyler              NY  Dundee 6.2E COCO
   0.30  Potter                PA  Roulette 1.8NNE COCO
   0.29  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE
   0.27  Elk                   PA  Wilcox
   0.26  Livingston            NY  Dansville
   0.26  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.25  Yates                 NY  Penn Yan ASOS
   0.24  Carbon                PA  Lehighton
   0.23  Carbon                PA  Lehighton
   0.21  Allegany              NY  Wellsville
   0.21  Elk                   PA  Ridgway
   0.20  Potter                PA  Cherry Springs F/P P
   0.20  Carbon                PA  Lehighton 4NE COOP

LOW PRESSURE EVOLVING FROM THE LOWER GREAT LAKES INTO THE MIDDLE-
ATLANTIC AND NORTHEAST STATES WILL CONTINUE TO BRING SCATTERED RAIN
SHOWERS OR PATCHY AREAS OF RAIN TO THE REGION FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO TO FOUR TENTHS OF AN INCH. DAY TWO IS LESS THAN A
TENTH IN SOUTHERN AND THE WESTERN HALF OF OUR NORTHERN BASINS INCREASING
TO AROUND SIX TENTHS IN THE FAR NORTHEASTERN BASINS. DAY THREE IS ZERO
IN THE SOUTHERN BASINS INCREASING TO HALF AN INCH IN THE UPPER NORTH
BRANCH SUSQUEHANNA BASIN.

MINOR RISES ARE EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

&&
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 211352
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 952 AM EDT TUE OCT 21 2014


RAIN SHOWERS WERE SCATTERED ACROSS OUR BASINS DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS.
THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z MONDAY TO 12Z TUESDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.34  Potter                PA  Coudersport 4 NW
   0.31  McKean                PA  Bradford AP
   0.30  Schuyler              NY  Dundee 6.2E COCO
   0.30  Potter                PA  Roulette 1.8NNE COCO
   0.29  Potter                PA  Coudersport 7SE
   0.27  Elk                   PA  Wilcox
   0.26  Livingston            NY  Dansville
   0.26  Elk                   PA  Glen Hazel
   0.25  Yates                 NY  Penn Yan ASOS
   0.24  Carbon                PA  Lehighton
   0.23  Carbon                PA  Lehighton
   0.21  Allegany              NY  Wellsville
   0.21  Elk                   PA  Ridgway
   0.20  Potter                PA  Cherry Springs F/P P
   0.20  Carbon                PA  Lehighton 4NE COOP

LOW PRESSURE EVOLVING FROM THE LOWER GREAT LAKES INTO THE MIDDLE-
ATLANTIC AND NORTHEAST STATES WILL CONTINUE TO BRING SCATTERED RAIN
SHOWERS OR PATCHY AREAS OF RAIN TO THE REGION FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO TO FOUR TENTHS OF AN INCH. DAY TWO IS LESS THAN A
TENTH IN SOUTHERN AND THE WESTERN HALF OF OUR NORTHERN BASINS INCREASING
TO AROUND SIX TENTHS IN THE FAR NORTHEASTERN BASINS. DAY THREE IS ZERO
IN THE SOUTHERN BASINS INCREASING TO HALF AN INCH IN THE UPPER NORTH
BRANCH SUSQUEHANNA BASIN.

MINOR RISES ARE EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

&&
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 201351
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 951 AM EDT MON OCT 20 2014


SOME RAIN SHOWERS FELL ACROSS OUR NORTHERN BASINS DURING THE PAST 24
HOURS. THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z SUNDAY TO 12Z MONDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.10  Tioga                 NY  Newark Valley F/P Pr
   0.08  Madison               NY  Munnsville 2SW COCO
   0.06  Otsego                NY  Oneonta Observer
   0.05  Cayuga                NY  Auburn COOP
   0.04  Franklin              PA  Chambersburg MADIS
   0.04  Otsego                NY  Edmeston 3WSW
   0.04  Delaware              NY  Sidney Center 3SE
   0.03  Luzerne               PA  Mountain Top MADIS
   0.03  Wayne                 PA  Hawley 1E
   0.03  Somerset              PA  Meyersdale
   0.03  Delaware              NY  Long Eddy 6.5NNE COC
   0.02  Schoharie             NY  Cobleskill
   0.02  Delaware              NY  East Sidney Dam DCP
   0.02  Allegany              MD  Frostburg
   0.02  Mineral               WV  Keyser

LOW PRESSURE MOVING ACROSS THE LOWER GREAT LAKES WILL DRAG A COLD FRONT
ACROSS REGION THE AREA ON TUESDAY. A NEW LOW WILL FORM OFF THE MIDDLE
ATLANTIC COAST TUESDAY NIGHT AND KEEP WET CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOST OF
AREA INTO WEDNESDAY.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO IN THE EASTERN BASINS INCREASING TO A QUARTER INCH
IN THE FAR NORTHWEST BASINS. DAY TWO IS A TENTH OR LESS IN THE SOUTHERN
BASINS MAXING OUT TO HALF AN INCH IN PORTIONS OF OUR EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
AND NORTHERN NEW JERSEY BASINS. DAY THREE IS A TENTH OR LESS IN WESTERN
BASINS TO A HALF TO THREE QUARTERS IN NORTHEASTERN BASINS.

SOME MINOR RISES WILL OCCUR IN THE SUSQUEHANNA AND DELAWARE BASINS BY MID
WEEK.






000
AGUS71 KRHA 201351
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 951 AM EDT MON OCT 20 2014


SOME RAIN SHOWERS FELL ACROSS OUR NORTHERN BASINS DURING THE PAST 24
HOURS. THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z SUNDAY TO 12Z MONDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.10  Tioga                 NY  Newark Valley F/P Pr
   0.08  Madison               NY  Munnsville 2SW COCO
   0.06  Otsego                NY  Oneonta Observer
   0.05  Cayuga                NY  Auburn COOP
   0.04  Franklin              PA  Chambersburg MADIS
   0.04  Otsego                NY  Edmeston 3WSW
   0.04  Delaware              NY  Sidney Center 3SE
   0.03  Luzerne               PA  Mountain Top MADIS
   0.03  Wayne                 PA  Hawley 1E
   0.03  Somerset              PA  Meyersdale
   0.03  Delaware              NY  Long Eddy 6.5NNE COC
   0.02  Schoharie             NY  Cobleskill
   0.02  Delaware              NY  East Sidney Dam DCP
   0.02  Allegany              MD  Frostburg
   0.02  Mineral               WV  Keyser

LOW PRESSURE MOVING ACROSS THE LOWER GREAT LAKES WILL DRAG A COLD FRONT
ACROSS REGION THE AREA ON TUESDAY. A NEW LOW WILL FORM OFF THE MIDDLE
ATLANTIC COAST TUESDAY NIGHT AND KEEP WET CONDITIONS ACROSS THE MOST OF
AREA INTO WEDNESDAY.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO IN THE EASTERN BASINS INCREASING TO A QUARTER INCH
IN THE FAR NORTHWEST BASINS. DAY TWO IS A TENTH OR LESS IN THE SOUTHERN
BASINS MAXING OUT TO HALF AN INCH IN PORTIONS OF OUR EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
AND NORTHERN NEW JERSEY BASINS. DAY THREE IS A TENTH OR LESS IN WESTERN
BASINS TO A HALF TO THREE QUARTERS IN NORTHEASTERN BASINS.

SOME MINOR RISES WILL OCCUR IN THE SUSQUEHANNA AND DELAWARE BASINS BY MID
WEEK.
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