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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 937 AM EDT THU MAY 28 2015

Localized moderate to heavy rain occurred yesterday. The highest amounts
fell in southern and eastern Pennsylvania.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 2.24   Enola 1.7N COCORAHS            Cumberland       PA   PACD11
 1.79   Mechanicsburg 1NNW COCO        Cumberland       PA   PACD06
 1.73   Dehart Dam                     Dauphin          PA   DHDP1
 1.60   Trenton F/P Precip             Mercer           NJ   TRTN4
 1.42   Hagerstown 1ENE COCORAHS       Washington       MD   MDWH03
 1.33   Phoenicia                      Ulster           NY   PHON6
 1.33   Forty Fort 0.4NNE COCO         Luzerne          PA   PALZ24
 1.32   York Springs 0.7SE COCO        Adams            PA   PAAD03
 1.31   Hanover Twp MADIS              Luzerne          PA   DW2074
 1.26   Jim Thorpe 1.1NNE COCO         Carbon           PA   PACB16
 1.25   South Mountain                 Franklin         PA   SMTP1
 1.17   Manada Gap DMV                 Dauphin          PA   MNGP1
 1.10   Callicoon F/P Precip           Sullivan         NY   CLCN6
 1.08   Moscow 5.7SE COCO              Wayne            PA   PAWN04
 1.06   Lawrence Twp 1.6S COCO         Mercer           NJ   NJMC22

The remains of the system from yesterday will push through the basin
today and bring a brief end to the rain showers. Also a noticeable change
in humidity levels will occur today.

A low pressure system will track north of the Great Lakes from tomorrow
and into the weekend. With the associated cold front poised west of the
basin we expect a general chance for showers Friday and Saturday. The
front will pass through the basin on Sunday bringing a line of strong
showers and thunderstorms.




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