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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1031 AM EDT MON JUL 25 2016



Measurable rain during the past 24 hours was scattered across the middle
section of the MARFC basins.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 1.78   Gilbertsville 0.9S COCO        Montgomery       PA   PAMT01
 1.62   Medford Lakes 0.6W COCO        Burlington       NJ   NJBT28
 1.55   Pottstown 2NNE COCO            Montgomery       PA   PAMT30
 1.54   Toms River 3ESE COCO           Ocean            NJ   NJOC09
 1.45   Norristown USGS                Montgomery       PA   NRSP1
 1.40   Mount Holly ASOS               Burlington       NJ   VAY
 1.26   Phila. Ne AP                   Philadelphia     PA   PNE
 1.22   Mt. Laurel Twp 2.5ENE COCO     Burlington       NJ   NJBT04
 1.22   Marlton                        Burlington       NJ   MLTN4
 1.14   Pennsauken                     Camden           NJ   PENN4
 1.10   Wyndmoor 3SSW COCO             Philadelphia     PA   PAPH06
 1.09   Pottstown 0.6SSE COCO          Montgomery       PA   PAMT05
 1.06   Penndel 1.1SSW COCO            Bucks            PA   PABK13
 1.04   Medford                        Burlington       NJ   MEDN4
 1.01   Cambridge MADIS                Dorchester       MD   EW4629

A weak cold front will push southeast across the northern basins late
today and tonight and stall across the southern basins on Tuesday.
Showers and thunderstorms will be scattered across the basins today and
shift into southern basins Tuesday and Wednesday.

Bulk of day one QPF is a tenth to a third. Day two is zero to half an
inch. Day three is zero to three tenths. Typical locally heavy summer
downpours in spots.

Minor changes in stage will be the norm over the next few days. Sharp
rises are possible along small streams or creeks in areas of locally
heavy downpours.

:Effective August 10, 2016, MARFC will be terminating this text HMD
product and converting to a graphical version of the product. The
graphic will be available at http://www.weather.gov/marfc/self_briefing
For any questions, please email robert.shedd@noaa.gov:

NNNN




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