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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 933 AM EDT TUE SEP 23 2014


SOME LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS FELL ACROSS OUR UPPER NORTHERN BASINS DURING THE
PAST 24 HOURS. THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z MONDAY TO 12Z TUESDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.10  Chemung               NY  Arnot Forest F/P Pre
   0.10  Madison               NY  Morrisville F/P
   0.08  Somerset              PA  Laurel Mountain
   0.04  Cayuga                NY  Auburn COOP
   0.04  Chenango              NY  Norwich 5.4W COCO
   0.04  Bradford              PA  Roseville 6ENE COCO
   0.04  Oneida                NY  Westmoreland 4N
   0.03  Chenango              NY  Greene
   0.03  Bradford              PA  Towanda 4.6NNE COCO
   0.03  Elk                   PA  Ridgway
   0.02  Chemung               NY  Elmira 1.3ESE COCO
   0.02  Elk                   PA  St Marys 1.7SE COCO
   0.02  Wayne                 PA  Starrucca 0.9WSW COC
   0.02  Allegany              NY  Rushford 3NE COOP
   0.02  Delaware              NY  Sidney Center 3SE

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DRIFT EAST ACROSS PENNSYLVANIA TODAY THEN PASS OFF
THE NEW ENGLAND COAST WEDNESDAY. A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL TRACK UP THE
MID ATLANTIC COAST WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SPREADING RAIN NORTHWARD.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO. DAY TWO IS ZERO IN THE NORTHWEST BASINS INCREASING
TO A THIRD OF AN INCH IN SOUTHEASTERN BASINS. DAY THREE IS A TENTH OR
LESS IN THE WEST INCREASING TO A THIRD OF AN INCH IN THE EAST.

MINOR RISES ARE FORECAST FOR SOUTHERN/DELAWARE AND NEW JERSEY BASINS ON
DAY THREE.
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