Issued by NWS Middle Atlantic RFC
AGUS71 KRHA 091343
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
943 AM EDT FRI OCT 09 2015
Low pressure will move into Maine this afternoon and swing a
cold front from northwest to southeast across the Mid Atlantic
region. Showers with embedded thunderstorms have already moved
across interior New York as well as northwestern Pennsylvania.
Below is a list of the highest observed rainfall totals from
8am Thursday through 8am Friday.
AMT LOCATION COUNTY STATE
1.03 Syracuse AP Onondaga NY
0.87 Westmoreland 4N Oneida NY
0.72 Avon Livingston NY
0.64 De Witt 1.4SWS COCO Onondaga NY
0.48 Munnsville 2SW COCO Madison NY
0.41 Roulette 1.8NNE COCO Potter PA
0.32 Cazenovia 2.9SE COCO Madison NY
0.24 Oswayo Potter PA
0.24 Forty Three Tucker WV
0.24 Cohocton IFLOWS Steuben NY
0.21 Oakland Garrett MD
0.21 Bradford AP McKean PA
0.20 Penn Yan ASOS Yates NY
0.20 Oswayo F/P Precip Potter PA
0.20 Morrisville F/P Madison NY
The cold front will reach the Mid Atlantic coast this evening
and move to the North Carolina/Virginia border late tonight
then briefly stall. Scattered showers and embedded thunderstorms
are expected with fropa. As the front stalls out late tongiht
into saturday, additional showers will be possible across the
James and Appomattox.
Forecasted 72 hour basin average rainfall is expected to be one
half /0.50/ inch or less. Locally higher point amounts will be
possible in thunderstorms.
Main stem ruiver response is expected to be minor, generally 2
feet or less. All MARFC river and stream forecasts will be
issued before 11am.