Hydrometeorological Discussion
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 928 AM EDT MON SEP 01 2014

  Value  County                St  Location
   2.74  Burlington            NJ  Indian Mills
   1.73  New Castle            DE  Newport 2.4WNW COCO
   1.69  Burlington            NJ  Chatsworth
   1.67  Ocean                 NJ  Barnegat Light
   1.52  New Castle            DE  Wilmington DEOS
   1.51  Camden                NJ  Pennsauken
   1.48  Essex                 NJ  Canoe Brook DCP
   1.48  Queen Anne`s          MD  Stevensville
   1.43  Montgomery            PA  Graterford
   1.42  Susquehanna           PA  Friendsville 6.8NE C
   1.35  Chester               PA  Modena
   1.35  Montgomery            PA  Collegeville 2.8NW C
   1.34  New Castle            DE  Wilmington AP
   1.26  Clearfield            PA  Clearfield
   1.21  Delaware              PA  Chadds Ford

RAIN WAS SEEN THROUGHOUT MOST OF THE BASIN IN THE PAST 24 HOURS. THE
HEAVIEST RAIN FELL OVER EASTERN PA...EASTERN MD...AND NJ. HOWEVER ONLY
MINOR RISES WERE SEEN ON AREA STREAMS AND RIVERS.

A WARM AND HUMID AIR MASS IS IN PLACE OVER THE BASIN AND WE COULD SEE
SOME LIGHT SHOWERS TODAY. AS WE MOVE INTO TUESDAY...A FRONTAL SYSTEM
FROM THE WEST WILL TRIGGER MORE WIDESPREAD AND HEAVIER SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS. THE LARGEST STORMS ARE EXPECTED DURING THE DAYLIGHT
HOURS OF TUESDAY.

WE WILL SEE A BRIEF RESPITE FROM THE HUMID CONDITIONS ON WEDNESDAY AND
THE DAY SHOULD BE MOSTLY DRY. ADDITIONAL WARM AND HUMID AIR WILL WORK
INTO THE BASIN FOR THE LAST PART OF THE WEEK.
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