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AGUS71 KTAR 201411
HMDTAR
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
NORTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER...TAUNTON...MA
1009 AM EDT SUN APR 20 2014

HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION:
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14Z ( 10 AM EDT ) SURFACE AND BUOY OBSERVATIONS SHOW A 1035 MB
HIGH PRESSURE CENTER ACROSS NEW ENGLAND. THIS HIGH WILL SUPPLY DRY
WEATHER TO THE ENTIRE SEVEN STATE REGION OF NEW ENGLAND AND NEW
YORK STATE OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS. AS THE HIGH WEAKENS AND PUSHES
EAST INTO THE NORTH ATLANTIC MONDAY...LOW PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO
PUSH EASTWARD FROM THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY INTO THE
GREAT LAKES. THIS LOW WILL THEN DEEPEN AND SLOW DOWN AS IT CROSSES
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY.
:
RAINSHOWERS WILL BEGIN TO SPREAD INTO WESTERN/NORTHERN NEW YORK
STATE AND FAR NORTHERN PORTIONS OF NEW ENGLAND MONDAY NIGHT AND
CONTINUE EAST ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF NEW YORK STATE AND NEW
ENGLAND TUESDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHT. RIGHT NOW...THE HEAVIEST
RAINFALL LOOKS TO BE FAVORED ACROSS NORTHERN PORTIONS OF NEW
ENGLAND...ESPECIALLY MAINE WITH BASIN AVERAGE RAINFALL OF 0.30 - 0
.70 INCHES EXPECTED THROUGH EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING. THE RAIN WILL
LIKELY LINGER ACROSS EASTERN MAINE THROUGH WEDNESDAY AND PERHAPS
INTO THURSDAY AND COULD EVEN MIX WITH SOME SNOW BY THAT TIME.
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION:  RON HORWOOD
HYDROLOGIC DISCUSSION:           ALISON MACNEIL






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