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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1054 AM EDT TUE MAY 31 2016



Showers and thunderstorms were fairly numerous during the past 24 hours.
The heaviest 24 hour amounts ending 12Z Tuesday:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 2.40   Redden                         Sussex           DE   REDD1
 2.14   Wakefield ASOS                 Sussex           VA   AKQ
 1.93   Georgetown DEOS                Sussex           DE   GESD1
 1.80   Williamsburg 3.2WNW COCO       James City       VA   VAJC16
 1.80   North 2WSW                     Mathews          VA   NTHV2
 1.80   Norfolk NAS                    independent cit  VA   NGU
 1.74   Atlantic City AP               Atlantic         NJ   ACY
 1.68   Long Neck DEOS                 Sussex           DE   LNKD1
 1.58   Newport News 7.5NNE COCO       York             VA   VAYR03
 1.58   Poquoson 5.8W COCO             independent cit  VA   VAPQC01
 1.55   Selbyville                     Sussex           DE   SBYD1
 1.54   Wallops Island                 Accomack         VA   WAL
 1.48   Indian River Inlet DEOS        Sussex           DE   INDD1
 1.44   Assateague                     Worcester        MD   ASTM2
 1.43   Ocean City                     Worcester        MD   OXB

Afternoon and evening thunderstorms are forecast for the higher terrain
of our southern basins. A couple of cold fronts will provide scattered
showers and thunderstorms for Wednesday and Thursday.

72 hour QPF is zero to three-quarters of an inch and highest in the
western basins.

Minor changes in stage will be the norm for the next few days.

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