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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 948 AM EDT SAT JUL 04 2015

...MORE RAIN FOR PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC...

Low pressure and associated warm front moved east-northeast and
across parts of the Mid Atlantic region Friday afternoon and
night.  Periods of rain spread east-northeast and there were also
some scattered thunderstorms.  The heaviest rainfall over the
past 24 hours ending 8am Saturday fell across the lower James
River basin and across parts of the West Branch Susquehanna,
Tioga into the Juniata River basin.  Below is a list of the
highest observed rainfall totals through 8am Saturday.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY         STATE
 2.60   Camp Pickett                   Nottoway         VA
 2.15   Williamsburg 4.1WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.72   Wakefield ASOS                 Sussex           VA
 1.70   Williamsburg 3.2WNW COCO       James City       VA
 1.70   Stevenson Dam                  Cameron          PA
 1.64   Matoaca MADIS                  Chesterfield     VA
 1.63   Johnstown-Cambria Ct           Cambria          PA
 1.60   Pavia F/P Precip               Bedford          PA
 1.54   Stevenson Dam DCP              Cameron          PA
 1.52   Covington 2WSW                 Tioga            PA
 1.50   Bush Dam DCP                   Clinton          PA
 1.47   Slate Run MADIS                Lycoming         PA
 1.46   Cedar Run                      Lycoming         PA
 1.37   Ford MADIS                     Amelia           VA
 1.35   Laurel Mountain                Somerset         PA

Rain will spread across eastern New York, eastern Pennsylvania
and New Jersey through 18Z.  The rain will fall heavy at times,
especially across the middle Susuquehanna River basin.  Elsewhere,
scattered rain showers are expected through 00Z Sunday.
Forecasted basin average rainfall throough 12Z Sunday is expected
to range from less than a tenth /<0.10/ of an inch up to three
quarters /0.75/ of an inch.

2 to 4 foot rises can be expected along the Juniata and West
Branch Susuehanna.  The Tioga River, the Frankstown Branch of
the Juniata River and smaller streams in the West Branch
Susquehanna and Juniata river basins (Williamsburg and Spruce
Creek) will see sharp three quarter bankfull rises.  Elsewhere
across the Mid Atlantic, any main stem river rises will be 2
feet or less.

Please refer to MARFC`s latest river and stream forecasts for
the latest stage and forecast information.

DAS
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