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000
AGUS71 KRHA 051302
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 902 AM EDT SUN JUL 05 2015

Areas of rain and scattered thunderstorms moved across the Mid
Atlantic region over the past 24 hours.  The steadiest rainfall
was over parts of Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey into Eastern
New York.  Below is a list of a few highest observed rainfall
reports over the past 24 hours ending 8am Sunday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 1.49   Bremo Bluff                    Fluvanna         VA
 1.18   Richmond AP                    Henrico          VA
 1.16   Gordonsville 10.4S COCO        Louisa           VA
 1.15   Raystown Dam DCP               Huntingdon       PA
 1.11   Benton                         Columbia         PA
 0.99   New Albany MADIS               Bradford         PA
 0.98   Oxon Hill                      Prince Georges   MD
 0.98   Oxon Hill 1.1W COCO            Prince Georges   MD
 0.93   Lewistown                      Mifflin          PA
 0.91   Bodines IFLOWS                 Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 0.90   Slate Run F/P Precip           Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Mifflinburg 1.4NW COOP         Union            PA
 0.86   Dulles AP                      Fairfax          VA
 0.86   Blackwater NWR                 Dorchester       MD

A weak ridge of high pressure will build over the northern
New England.  Meanwhile an upper level low over eastern
Tennessee will move northeastward into southwestern PA
late Monday.  Moisture will be drawn northward ahead of
the upper low and bring periods of showers and thunderstorms.
The combination of good moisture plume transport, deep SSE
flow and UVV`s will bring rainy periods from south to north
across MARFC`s hydrologic service area tonight into Monday.
With high PW`s, areas of locally heavy rainfall will be
possible.

The heaviest rainfall over the next 48 hours is expected to
extend from the West Branch Susquehanna and Juniata river
basin southward into the Potomac, Shenandoah, Rappahannock
and James river basin.

72 hour basin average rainfall forecast through 12Z Wednesday
is expected to range from two tenths /0.20/ to one and one
half /1.50/ inches.  Locally 2 to 3 inches of rain will be
possible in persistent rain bands.

MARFC Hydrologists are running the river model at this time
and RVF`s will be issued shortly.  If any WFO`s have any
questions or concerns, just call MARFC.

DAS

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 051302
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 902 AM EDT SUN JUL 05 2015

Areas of rain and scattered thunderstorms moved across the Mid
Atlantic region over the past 24 hours.  The steadiest rainfall
was over parts of Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey into Eastern
New York.  Below is a list of a few highest observed rainfall
reports over the past 24 hours ending 8am Sunday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 1.49   Bremo Bluff                    Fluvanna         VA
 1.18   Richmond AP                    Henrico          VA
 1.16   Gordonsville 10.4S COCO        Louisa           VA
 1.15   Raystown Dam DCP               Huntingdon       PA
 1.11   Benton                         Columbia         PA
 0.99   New Albany MADIS               Bradford         PA
 0.98   Oxon Hill                      Prince Georges   MD
 0.98   Oxon Hill 1.1W COCO            Prince Georges   MD
 0.93   Lewistown                      Mifflin          PA
 0.91   Bodines IFLOWS                 Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 0.90   Slate Run F/P Precip           Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Mifflinburg 1.4NW COOP         Union            PA
 0.86   Dulles AP                      Fairfax          VA
 0.86   Blackwater NWR                 Dorchester       MD

A weak ridge of high pressure will build over the northern
New England.  Meanwhile an upper level low over eastern
Tennessee will move northeastward into southwestern PA
late Monday.  Moisture will be drawn northward ahead of
the upper low and bring periods of showers and thunderstorms.
The combination of good moisture plume transport, deep SSE
flow and UVV`s will bring rainy periods from south to north
across MARFC`s hydrologic service area tonight into Monday.
With high PW`s, areas of locally heavy rainfall will be
possible.

The heaviest rainfall over the next 48 hours is expected to
extend from the West Branch Susquehanna and Juniata river
basin southward into the Potomac, Shenandoah, Rappahannock
and James river basin.

72 hour basin average rainfall forecast through 12Z Wednesday
is expected to range from two tenths /0.20/ to one and one
half /1.50/ inches.  Locally 2 to 3 inches of rain will be
possible in persistent rain bands.

MARFC Hydrologists are running the river model at this time
and RVF`s will be issued shortly.  If any WFO`s have any
questions or concerns, just call MARFC.

DAS

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 051302
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 902 AM EDT SUN JUL 05 2015

Areas of rain and scattered thunderstorms moved across the Mid
Atlantic region over the past 24 hours.  The steadiest rainfall
was over parts of Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey into Eastern
New York.  Below is a list of a few highest observed rainfall
reports over the past 24 hours ending 8am Sunday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 1.49   Bremo Bluff                    Fluvanna         VA
 1.18   Richmond AP                    Henrico          VA
 1.16   Gordonsville 10.4S COCO        Louisa           VA
 1.15   Raystown Dam DCP               Huntingdon       PA
 1.11   Benton                         Columbia         PA
 0.99   New Albany MADIS               Bradford         PA
 0.98   Oxon Hill                      Prince Georges   MD
 0.98   Oxon Hill 1.1W COCO            Prince Georges   MD
 0.93   Lewistown                      Mifflin          PA
 0.91   Bodines IFLOWS                 Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 0.90   Slate Run F/P Precip           Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Mifflinburg 1.4NW COOP         Union            PA
 0.86   Dulles AP                      Fairfax          VA
 0.86   Blackwater NWR                 Dorchester       MD

A weak ridge of high pressure will build over the northern
New England.  Meanwhile an upper level low over eastern
Tennessee will move northeastward into southwestern PA
late Monday.  Moisture will be drawn northward ahead of
the upper low and bring periods of showers and thunderstorms.
The combination of good moisture plume transport, deep SSE
flow and UVV`s will bring rainy periods from south to north
across MARFC`s hydrologic service area tonight into Monday.
With high PW`s, areas of locally heavy rainfall will be
possible.

The heaviest rainfall over the next 48 hours is expected to
extend from the West Branch Susquehanna and Juniata river
basin southward into the Potomac, Shenandoah, Rappahannock
and James river basin.

72 hour basin average rainfall forecast through 12Z Wednesday
is expected to range from two tenths /0.20/ to one and one
half /1.50/ inches.  Locally 2 to 3 inches of rain will be
possible in persistent rain bands.

MARFC Hydrologists are running the river model at this time
and RVF`s will be issued shortly.  If any WFO`s have any
questions or concerns, just call MARFC.

DAS

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 051302
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 902 AM EDT SUN JUL 05 2015

Areas of rain and scattered thunderstorms moved across the Mid
Atlantic region over the past 24 hours.  The steadiest rainfall
was over parts of Pennsylvania, Northern New Jersey into Eastern
New York.  Below is a list of a few highest observed rainfall
reports over the past 24 hours ending 8am Sunday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 1.49   Bremo Bluff                    Fluvanna         VA
 1.18   Richmond AP                    Henrico          VA
 1.16   Gordonsville 10.4S COCO        Louisa           VA
 1.15   Raystown Dam DCP               Huntingdon       PA
 1.11   Benton                         Columbia         PA
 0.99   New Albany MADIS               Bradford         PA
 0.98   Oxon Hill                      Prince Georges   MD
 0.98   Oxon Hill 1.1W COCO            Prince Georges   MD
 0.93   Lewistown                      Mifflin          PA
 0.91   Bodines IFLOWS                 Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 0.90   Slate Run F/P Precip           Lycoming         PA
 0.90   Mifflinburg 1.4NW COOP         Union            PA
 0.86   Dulles AP                      Fairfax          VA
 0.86   Blackwater NWR                 Dorchester       MD

A weak ridge of high pressure will build over the northern
New England.  Meanwhile an upper level low over eastern
Tennessee will move northeastward into southwestern PA
late Monday.  Moisture will be drawn northward ahead of
the upper low and bring periods of showers and thunderstorms.
The combination of good moisture plume transport, deep SSE
flow and UVV`s will bring rainy periods from south to north
across MARFC`s hydrologic service area tonight into Monday.
With high PW`s, areas of locally heavy rainfall will be
possible.

The heaviest rainfall over the next 48 hours is expected to
extend from the West Branch Susquehanna and Juniata river
basin southward into the Potomac, Shenandoah, Rappahannock
and James river basin.

72 hour basin average rainfall forecast through 12Z Wednesday
is expected to range from two tenths /0.20/ to one and one
half /1.50/ inches.  Locally 2 to 3 inches of rain will be
possible in persistent rain bands.

MARFC Hydrologists are running the river model at this time
and RVF`s will be issued shortly.  If any WFO`s have any
questions or concerns, just call MARFC.

DAS

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000
AGUS71 KRHA 041349
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 948 AM EDT SAT JUL 04 2015

...MORE RAIN FOR PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC...

Low pressure and associated warm front moved east-northeast and
across parts of the Mid Atlantic region Friday afternoon and
night.  Periods of rain spread east-northeast and there were also
some scattered thunderstorms.  The heaviest rainfall over the
past 24 hours ending 8am Saturday fell across the lower James
River basin and across parts of the West Branch Susquehanna,
Tioga into the Juniata River basin.  Below is a list of the
highest observed rainfall totals through 8am Saturday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY         STATE
 2.60   Camp Pickett                   Nottoway         VA
 2.15   Williamsburg 4.1WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.72   Wakefield ASOS                 Sussex           VA
 1.70   Williamsburg 3.2WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.70   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 1.64   Matoaca MADIS                  Chesterfield     VA
 1.63   Johnstown-Cambria Ct           Cambria          PA
 1.60   Pavia F/P Precip               Bedford          PA
 1.54   Stevenson Dam DCP              Cameron          PA
 1.52   Covington 2WSW                 Tioga            PA
 1.50   Bush Dam DCP                   Clinton          PA
 1.47   Slate Run MADIS                Lycoming         PA
 1.46   Cedar Run                      Lycoming         PA
 1.37   Ford MADIS                     Amelia           VA
 1.35   Laurel Mountain                Somerset         PA

Rain will spread across eastern New York, eastern Pennsylvania
and New Jersey through 18Z.  The rain will fall heavy at times,
especially across the middle Susuquehanna River basin.  Elsewhere,
scattered rain showers are expected through 00Z Sunday.
Forecasted basin average rainfall throough 12Z Sunday is expected
to range from less than a tenth /<0.10/ of an inch up to three
quarters /0.75/ of an inch.

2 to 4 foot rises can be expected along the Juniata and West
Branch Susuehanna.  The Tioga River, the Frankstown Branch of
the Juniata River and smaller streams in the West Branch
Susquehanna and Juniata river basins (Williamsburg and Spruce
Creek) will see sharp three quarter bankfull rises.  Elsewhere
across the Mid Atlantic, any main stem river rises will be 2
feet or less.

Please refer to MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts for
the latest stage and forecast information.

DAS
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 041349
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 948 AM EDT SAT JUL 04 2015

...MORE RAIN FOR PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC...

Low pressure and associated warm front moved east-northeast and
across parts of the Mid Atlantic region Friday afternoon and
night.  Periods of rain spread east-northeast and there were also
some scattered thunderstorms.  The heaviest rainfall over the
past 24 hours ending 8am Saturday fell across the lower James
River basin and across parts of the West Branch Susquehanna,
Tioga into the Juniata River basin.  Below is a list of the
highest observed rainfall totals through 8am Saturday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY         STATE
 2.60   Camp Pickett                   Nottoway         VA
 2.15   Williamsburg 4.1WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.72   Wakefield ASOS                 Sussex           VA
 1.70   Williamsburg 3.2WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.70   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 1.64   Matoaca MADIS                  Chesterfield     VA
 1.63   Johnstown-Cambria Ct           Cambria          PA
 1.60   Pavia F/P Precip               Bedford          PA
 1.54   Stevenson Dam DCP              Cameron          PA
 1.52   Covington 2WSW                 Tioga            PA
 1.50   Bush Dam DCP                   Clinton          PA
 1.47   Slate Run MADIS                Lycoming         PA
 1.46   Cedar Run                      Lycoming         PA
 1.37   Ford MADIS                     Amelia           VA
 1.35   Laurel Mountain                Somerset         PA

Rain will spread across eastern New York, eastern Pennsylvania
and New Jersey through 18Z.  The rain will fall heavy at times,
especially across the middle Susuquehanna River basin.  Elsewhere,
scattered rain showers are expected through 00Z Sunday.
Forecasted basin average rainfall throough 12Z Sunday is expected
to range from less than a tenth /<0.10/ of an inch up to three
quarters /0.75/ of an inch.

2 to 4 foot rises can be expected along the Juniata and West
Branch Susuehanna.  The Tioga River, the Frankstown Branch of
the Juniata River and smaller streams in the West Branch
Susquehanna and Juniata river basins (Williamsburg and Spruce
Creek) will see sharp three quarter bankfull rises.  Elsewhere
across the Mid Atlantic, any main stem river rises will be 2
feet or less.

Please refer to MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts for
the latest stage and forecast information.

DAS
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 041349
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 948 AM EDT SAT JUL 04 2015

...MORE RAIN FOR PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC...

Low pressure and associated warm front moved east-northeast and
across parts of the Mid Atlantic region Friday afternoon and
night.  Periods of rain spread east-northeast and there were also
some scattered thunderstorms.  The heaviest rainfall over the
past 24 hours ending 8am Saturday fell across the lower James
River basin and across parts of the West Branch Susquehanna,
Tioga into the Juniata River basin.  Below is a list of the
highest observed rainfall totals through 8am Saturday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY         STATE
 2.60   Camp Pickett                   Nottoway         VA
 2.15   Williamsburg 4.1WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.72   Wakefield ASOS                 Sussex           VA
 1.70   Williamsburg 3.2WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.70   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 1.64   Matoaca MADIS                  Chesterfield     VA
 1.63   Johnstown-Cambria Ct           Cambria          PA
 1.60   Pavia F/P Precip               Bedford          PA
 1.54   Stevenson Dam DCP              Cameron          PA
 1.52   Covington 2WSW                 Tioga            PA
 1.50   Bush Dam DCP                   Clinton          PA
 1.47   Slate Run MADIS                Lycoming         PA
 1.46   Cedar Run                      Lycoming         PA
 1.37   Ford MADIS                     Amelia           VA
 1.35   Laurel Mountain                Somerset         PA

Rain will spread across eastern New York, eastern Pennsylvania
and New Jersey through 18Z.  The rain will fall heavy at times,
especially across the middle Susuquehanna River basin.  Elsewhere,
scattered rain showers are expected through 00Z Sunday.
Forecasted basin average rainfall throough 12Z Sunday is expected
to range from less than a tenth /<0.10/ of an inch up to three
quarters /0.75/ of an inch.

2 to 4 foot rises can be expected along the Juniata and West
Branch Susuehanna.  The Tioga River, the Frankstown Branch of
the Juniata River and smaller streams in the West Branch
Susquehanna and Juniata river basins (Williamsburg and Spruce
Creek) will see sharp three quarter bankfull rises.  Elsewhere
across the Mid Atlantic, any main stem river rises will be 2
feet or less.

Please refer to MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts for
the latest stage and forecast information.

DAS
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000
AGUS71 KRHA 031352
HMDRHA

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 952 AM EDT FRI JUL 03 2015

Scattered showers and thunderstorms moved across parts of southern
New Jersey southward into Delaware and across parts of Maryland,
West Virginia and Virginia.  The heaviest rainfall was east of
MARFC`s main stem rivers.  Below is a list of highest observed
rainfall from 8am Thursday through 8am Friday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 2.17   Bethany Beach DEOS             Sussex           DE
 1.81   Bethany Beach Boardwalk DEOS   Sussex           DE
 1.75   Delmar DEOS                    Sussex           DE
 1.69   Indian River Inlet DEOS        Sussex           DE
 1.50   Long Neck DEOS                 Sussex           DE
 1.50   Cambridge MADIS                Dorchester       MD
 1.34   Wildwood Crest 0.1WSW COCO     Cape May         NJ
 1.29   Great Dismal Swamp 8S NWR      independent cit  VA
 1.26   W. Cape May Mesonet            Cape May         NJ
 1.24   Rehoboth Beach DEOS            Sussex           DE
 1.16   Laurel Airport DEOS            Sussex           DE
 1.13   Patrick Henry Arpt             James City       VA
 1.13   Cape May Harbor                Cape May         NJ
 1.12   Selbyville                     Sussex           DE
 1.06   Stockley DEOS                  Sussex           DE

High pressue will move off the Mid Atlantic coast today.  Low
pressure will move from the Tennessee River valley and along or
just south of the Maryland/Pennsylvania border.  Periods of
rain with perhaps a few embedded thunderstorms can be expected
to spread from WSW to ENE tonight into Saturday.

At this time the heaviest rainfall through 12Z Saturday is
expected across headwater points of the West Br. Susquehanna,
Juniata southward into the Upper and Middle Potomac and Upper
James River.  Basin average rainfall through 12Z Saturday is
expected to range from one half /0.50/ to perhaps one /1.00/
inch.  Higher point amounts will be possible.  Elsewhere across
the Mid Atlantic,forecasted rainfall through 12Z Saturday is
expected to be onw quarter /0.25/ inch or less.

Please refer to MARFC`s river and stream forecasts for the
latest stage and forecast information.  All RVF`s will be
issued before 11am.

DAS
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