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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1028 AM EDT MON JUL 06 2015

Scattered light to moderate rain fell in the past 24 hours. The majority
of the rain as well as the largest reports were from the southern
portion of Virginia. This had small impacts of river stage levels.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 1.81   Covington 4.1E COCO            Alleghany        VA   VAAL03
 1.63   Wakefield ASOS                 Sussex           VA   AKQ
 1.40   Covington COOP                 Alleghany        VA   CFPV2
 1.27   Lynchburg 2.5WSW COCO          independent cit  VA   VALYC04
 1.25   Norfolk NAS                    independent cit  VA   NGU
 1.24   Gathright Dam                  Alleghany        VA   GDMV2
 1.22   Bedford 1.1N COCO              Bedford          VA   VABD14
 1.20   Covington F/P Precip           Alleghany        VA   CFPV2L
 1.17   Lake Moomaw                    Alleghany        VA   MOOV2
 1.16   Natural Bridge RAWS            Rockbridge       VA   GLNV2
 1.10   Stuarts Draft F/P Pr           Augusta          VA   STDV2
 1.05   White Sulphur Springs          Greenbrier       WV   SUPW2
 1.03   Glasgow 1 SE                   Amherst          VA   GLAV2
 0.98   Warrenton 6.1S Cocorahs        Fauquier         VA   VAFQ01
 0.98   Big Meadows F/P Precip         Madison          VA   LURV2

Scattered light rain is falling over parts of the central and southern
parts of our basin. The widely scattered nature of these storms will
have little to no immediate affect on rivers.

Hot and humid conditions will be the rule in the basin today as a small
low pressure system moves through the basin. These ingredients will
serve to produce afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Any storms that
do form will have the potential to produce isolated heavy rain amounts.
Some minor rises are possible with these storms...however larger rises
would only occur in isolated locations and associated with excessive
rain related to a slow moving thunderstorm.

Late Tuesday and into Wednesday a weakening cold front is forecast to
drop through the basin. This will be the next chance for organized
precipitation.
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