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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 839 AM EDT FRI JUL 31 2015

A cold front moved across the Mid Atlantic region over the past
24 hours accompanied by showers and thunderstorms.  The heaviest
rainfall extended from New Jersey into Southeast Pennsylvania
and eastern Maryland.  Below is a list of the highest observed
rainfall from 8am Thursday through 8am Friday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 1.97   Nottingham DEOS                Chester          PA
 1.66   Belvidere                      Warren           NJ
 1.64   Lancaster 5.8WNW COCO          Lancaster        PA
 1.62   Laguardia AP                   Queens           NY
 1.58   Hamilton Mesonet               Mercer           NJ
 1.48   Oakland                        Bergen           NJ
 1.47   Williamsburg 3.2WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.45   Eastville 3NW                  Northampton      VA
 1.43   Blue Marsh Lake COOP           Berks            PA
 1.41   Reading AP                     Berks            PA
 1.39   Oakland 0.2WNW COCO            Bergen           NJ
 1.37   Bel Air 1.7W COCO              Harford          MD
 1.35   Allentown AP                   Lehigh           PA
 1.30   Norfolk                        independent cit  VA
 1.30   Manassas COOP                  independent cit  VA

High pressure will bring fair and dry weather through 12Z
Saturday.  A weather disturbance could bring a isolated shower
or thunderstorm to parts of interior New York, northern New
Jersey and northern pennsylvania Saturday.  Fair and dry weather
will return for Sunday.

72 hour basin average QPF is expected to range from zero /0.00/
up to one tenth /0.10/ of an inch.  Overall, expect little
change across main stem rivers throughout the Mid Atlantic
region over the next 72 hours.

MARFC`s river and stream forecasts will be issued before 11am.

DAS
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