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AGUS71 KRHA 281244

844 AM EDT THU JUL 28 2016

Scattered showers and thunderstorms fell across parts of southern
New Jersey, Southeastern Delaware and across parts of Virginia
over the past 24 hours.  Below is a list of the highest observed
rainfall amounts from 8am Wednesday through 8am Thursday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 1.99   Urbanna 6.2NNE COCO            Lancaster        VA   VALN01
 1.90   Front Royal 1ese               Warren           VA   FRRV2
 1.70   Front Royal F/P Prec           Warren           VA   FRRV2L
 1.52   Assateague                     Worcester        MD   ASTM2
 1.40   Staunton F/P Precip            Augusta          VA   STAV2L
 1.16   Stuarts Draft MADIS            Augusta          VA   DW7960
 1.06   Montebello Fish Nurs           Nelson           VA   MTBV2
 0.98   Montebello                     Nelson           VA   MONV2
 0.90   Weyers Cave 0.8WSW COCORAHS    Augusta          VA   VAAG07
 0.88   Woodbine RAWS                  Cape May         NJ   WOBN4
 0.85   Charlottesville MADIS          Albemarle        VA   EW3764
 0.79   Woodbine Mesonet               Cape May         NJ   NJ55
 0.75   Lovingston MADIS               Nelson           VA   EW3412
 0.73   Moneta 3.9WSW COCO             Bedford          VA   VABD13
 0.73   Woodbine 0.8NNW COCO           Cape May         NJ   NJCM07

A series of disturbances from the Ohio Valley will move along a
boundary near the Maryland/Pennsylvania border bringing periods of
showers and thunderstorms.  Moisture and cloudiness will continue
to increase from west to east throughout the day and showers
and thunderstorms will progress east-northeastward also.  Deep
moisture with 2.0+ PWs will bring the possibility of locally heavy
rainfall overnight into early Friday.  Forecasted basin avg rainfall
over the next 24 to 36 hours is expected to range from one quarter
/0.25/ inch across interior New York upwards to three /3.00/ inches
near the Maryland/Pennsylvania border into parts of northern
Virginia, Maryland, eastern PA and NJ.  Locally heavy rainfall
of 3 inches or more will be possible in spots, especially where
storms train across the same locations.

Based on the obersered rainfall through 12Z toiday and forecasted
rainfall over the next 48 to 72 hours, general main stem river
rises are expected to range from 1 to 4 feet.  However, very
sharp and more significant rises will be possible on smaller
streams and creeks in the vicinity of heavy downpours.  All MARFC
river and stream forecasts will be issued before 10:30am.

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
For any questions, please email robert.shedd@noaa.gov


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