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AGUS71 KRHA 061616
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1116 AM EST SAT FEB 06 2016



PRECIPITATION MAINLY IN THE FORM OF SNOW FELL ACROSS OUR FAR EASTERN
BASINS AND WAS ISOLATED TO WIDELY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE. THE HIGHEST 24
HOUR LIQUID EQUIVALENTS ENDING 12Z SATURDAY:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 0.57   New Providence 0.8ESE COCO     Union            NJ   NJUN10
 0.54   Easton 1.2SSW COCO             Talbot           MD   MDTB08
 0.53   Manasquan                      Monmouth         NJ   MSNN4
 0.48   Ellendale DEOS                 Sussex           DE   ELND1
 0.46   Kenton DEOS                    Kent             DE   KEND1
 0.39   Townsend DEOS                  New Castle       DE   TOWD1
 0.37   Selbyville                     Sussex           DE   SBYD1
 0.37   Long Neck DEOS                 Sussex           DE   LNKD1
 0.36   Rehoboth Beach DEOS            Sussex           DE   RHBD1
 0.35   Bethany Beach DEOS             Sussex           DE   BNGD1
 0.34   Woodbine 0.8NNW COCO           Cape May         NJ   NJCM07
 0.32   Seaford DEOS                   Sussex           DE   SEAD1
 0.30   Jones Crossroads DEOS          Sussex           DE   JCRD1
 0.30   Federalsburg F/P Pre           Caroline         MD   FEDM2
 0.28   Canoe Brook DCP                Essex            NJ   CHMN4

HIGH PRESSURE WILL KEEP MAINLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
WEEKEND. A FRONT IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE SOME RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE
BASINS ON MONDAY.

DAY ONE AND TWO QPF IS ZERO. DAY THREE IS A FEW HUNDREDTHS TO A QUARTER
OF AN INCH

STEADY TO FALLING STAGES WILL OCCUR OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

&&

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 061616
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1116 AM EST SAT FEB 06 2016



PRECIPITATION MAINLY IN THE FORM OF SNOW FELL ACROSS OUR FAR EASTERN
BASINS AND WAS ISOLATED TO WIDELY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE. THE HIGHEST 24
HOUR LIQUID EQUIVALENTS ENDING 12Z SATURDAY:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 0.57   New Providence 0.8ESE COCO     Union            NJ   NJUN10
 0.54   Easton 1.2SSW COCO             Talbot           MD   MDTB08
 0.53   Manasquan                      Monmouth         NJ   MSNN4
 0.48   Ellendale DEOS                 Sussex           DE   ELND1
 0.46   Kenton DEOS                    Kent             DE   KEND1
 0.39   Townsend DEOS                  New Castle       DE   TOWD1
 0.37   Selbyville                     Sussex           DE   SBYD1
 0.37   Long Neck DEOS                 Sussex           DE   LNKD1
 0.36   Rehoboth Beach DEOS            Sussex           DE   RHBD1
 0.35   Bethany Beach DEOS             Sussex           DE   BNGD1
 0.34   Woodbine 0.8NNW COCO           Cape May         NJ   NJCM07
 0.32   Seaford DEOS                   Sussex           DE   SEAD1
 0.30   Jones Crossroads DEOS          Sussex           DE   JCRD1
 0.30   Federalsburg F/P Pre           Caroline         MD   FEDM2
 0.28   Canoe Brook DCP                Essex            NJ   CHMN4

HIGH PRESSURE WILL KEEP MAINLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
WEEKEND. A FRONT IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE SOME RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE
BASINS ON MONDAY.

DAY ONE AND TWO QPF IS ZERO. DAY THREE IS A FEW HUNDREDTHS TO A QUARTER
OF AN INCH

STEADY TO FALLING STAGES WILL OCCUR OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

&&

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 061616
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1116 AM EST SAT FEB 06 2016



PRECIPITATION MAINLY IN THE FORM OF SNOW FELL ACROSS OUR FAR EASTERN
BASINS AND WAS ISOLATED TO WIDELY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE. THE HIGHEST 24
HOUR LIQUID EQUIVALENTS ENDING 12Z SATURDAY:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 0.57   New Providence 0.8ESE COCO     Union            NJ   NJUN10
 0.54   Easton 1.2SSW COCO             Talbot           MD   MDTB08
 0.53   Manasquan                      Monmouth         NJ   MSNN4
 0.48   Ellendale DEOS                 Sussex           DE   ELND1
 0.46   Kenton DEOS                    Kent             DE   KEND1
 0.39   Townsend DEOS                  New Castle       DE   TOWD1
 0.37   Selbyville                     Sussex           DE   SBYD1
 0.37   Long Neck DEOS                 Sussex           DE   LNKD1
 0.36   Rehoboth Beach DEOS            Sussex           DE   RHBD1
 0.35   Bethany Beach DEOS             Sussex           DE   BNGD1
 0.34   Woodbine 0.8NNW COCO           Cape May         NJ   NJCM07
 0.32   Seaford DEOS                   Sussex           DE   SEAD1
 0.30   Jones Crossroads DEOS          Sussex           DE   JCRD1
 0.30   Federalsburg F/P Pre           Caroline         MD   FEDM2
 0.28   Canoe Brook DCP                Essex            NJ   CHMN4

HIGH PRESSURE WILL KEEP MAINLY DRY CONDITIONS FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE
WEEKEND. A FRONT IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE SOME RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS THE
BASINS ON MONDAY.

DAY ONE AND TWO QPF IS ZERO. DAY THREE IS A FEW HUNDREDTHS TO A QUARTER
OF AN INCH

STEADY TO FALLING STAGES WILL OCCUR OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

&&

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 051541
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1030 AM EST FRI FEB 05 2016

LOW PRESSURE MOVING NORTH OFF THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST THURSDAY AND
THURSDAY NIGHT BROUGHT ANOTHER ROUND OF SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION
FROM SOUTHEAST VIRGINIA TO SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY. PRECIPITAION BEGAN
AS RAIN BUT CHANGED OVER TO SNOW THIS MORNING WITH SOME
ACCUMULATIONS.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 2.21   NORFOLK                        INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   ORF
 2.12   GREAT DISMAL SWAMP 8S NWR      INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   GDSV2
 1.99   VIRGINIA BEACH - OCE           INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   NTU
 1.77   NORFOLK NAS                    INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   NGU
 1.47   NEWPORT NEWS 5.8NE COCO        YORK             VA   VAYR01
 1.41   PATRICK HENRY ARPT             JAMES CITY       VA   PHF
 1.32   REHOBOTH BEACH DEOS            SUSSEX           DE   RHBD1
 1.30   WILLIAMSBURG 3.2WNW COCO       JAMES CITY       VA   VAJC16
 1.26   WILLIAMSBURG 7.7N COCO         JAMES CITY       VA   VAJC17
 1.26   WAKEFIELD ASOS                 SUSSEX           VA   AKQ
 1.20   BETHANY BEACH DEOS             SUSSEX           DE   BNGD1
 1.19   WALLOPS ISLAND                 ACCOMACK         VA   WAL
 1.19   LONG NECK DEOS                 SUSSEX           DE   LNKD1
 1.18   OCEAN CITY                     WORCESTER        MD   OXB
 1.17   WILDWOOD CREST 0.1WSW COCO     CAPE MAY         NJ   NJCM17

SNOW WILL TAPER OFF AROUND MIDDAY FOR THE DELMARVA PENINSULA AND NEW
JERSEY. UP TO SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW ACCUMULATION IS POSSIBLE.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN TONIGHT WITH DRY WEATHER RETURNING TO
ALL THE BASINS.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL PROVIDE DRY, SEASONABLE CONDITIONS THROUGH THE
WEEKEND.

SNOW IS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE MONDAY AS LOW PRESSURE DROPS SOUTHEAST
FROM THE GREAT LAKES.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, ALL TRIBUTARIES AND CREEKS HAVE CRESTED.
MINOR RISES WILL CONTINUE DOWN THE MAIN STEM RIVERS THROUGH SATURDAY.
MINOR CHANGES ARE EXPECTED SUNDAY INTO MONDAY.

TJR
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 041439
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
935 AM EST THU FEB 04 2016

...MINOR FLOODING WILL CONTINUE IN THE POTOMAC BASIN INTO FRIDAY...

A STRONG COLD FRONT RESPONSIBLE FOR AREAS OF HEAVY RAIN WEDNESDAY
HAS REACHED THE VIRGINIA COAST THIS MORNING. RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF ONE
TO NEARLY TWO INCHES WERE COMMON FROM VIRGINIA TO NEW JERSEY.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 1.85   GREAT DISMAL SWAMP 8S NWR      INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   GDSV2
 1.79   NORFOLK                        INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   ORF
 1.53   WAKEFIELD ASOS                 SUSSEX           VA   AKQ
 1.50   HAMBURG F/P PRECIP             BERKS            PA   HAMP1
 1.49   VIRGINIA BEACH - OCE           INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   NTU
 1.49   FLORHAM PARK 0.2WNW COCO       MORRIS           NJ   NJMS49
 1.48   WALNUTPORT                     NORTHAMPTON      PA   WNTP1
 1.44   MORRISTOWN DCP                 MORRIS           NJ   MSTN4
 1.41   NORFOLK NAS                    INDEPENDENT CIT  VA   NGU
 1.40   DALE ENTERPRISE F/P            ROCKINGHAM       VA   DALV2L
 1.32   LEBANON 3.2SW COCO             HUNTERDON        NJ   NJHN19
 1.31   MONETA 3.9WSW COCO             BEDFORD          VA   VABD13
 1.30   LAPORTE F/P PRECIP.            SULLIVAN         PA   LAPP1L
 1.30   FAYETTEVILLE-BIG FLA           FRANKLIN         PA   FAYP1
 1.30   COLUMBIA F/P PRECIP            WARREN           NJ   CMBN4

HIGH PRESSURE IS RETURNING TODAY WITH DRY WEATHER FOR MOST OF THE
REGION, BUT A SECONDARY LOW OFF THE COAST WILL PUSH RAIN BACK INTO
EASTERN VIRGINIA, THE DELMARVA PENINSULA AND NEW JERSEY LATER TODAY
AND TONIGHT.

THE ENTIRE MID-ATLANTIC REGION WILL DRY OUT LATER FRIDAY AS THE LOW
MOVES OFFSHORE. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN FRIDAY NIGHT AND
SATURDAY KEEPING IT DRY.

A WEAK COLD FRONT WILL BRING SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS TO THE UPPER
SUSQUEHANNA BASIN SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY.

FORECASTED RAINFALL AMOUNTS THROUGH TONIGHT ARE GENERALLY ONE
QUARTER TO ONE HALF INCH ALONG THE COAST WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS
IN EXTREME SOUTHEAST VIRGINIA. LIGHT RAIN MAY BACK AS FAR INLAND AS
THE BIG CITIES.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, ALL TRIBUTARIES HAVE CRESTED OR WILL
CREST TODAY. RISES WILL CONTINUE DOWN THE MAIN STEM RIVERS INTO THE
WEEKEND. MINOR FLOODING WILL CONTINUE THROUGHOUT PORTIONS OF THE
POTOMAC BASIN INTO FRIDAY.

TJR
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