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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
1103 AM EDT MON MAY 30 2016



Locally heavy rainfall fell across our eastern basins during the past 24
hours. However stream response was minimal in these areas. The highest
24 hour amounts ending 12Z Monday:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 4.05   Hightstown                     Mercer           NJ   HGTN4
 3.70   Windsor F/P Precip             Mercer           NJ   WNDN4
 3.52   Burlington 1.7E COCO           Burlington       NJ   NJBT03
 3.35   Centreville MADIS              Queen Annes      MD   EW3797
 3.09   Kresgeville                    Monroe           PA   KRVP1
 2.90   Pennsauken                     Camden           NJ   PENN4
 2.71   Prince Frederick 1.4 W COCO    Calvert          MD   MDCV07
 2.70   Walnutport                     Northampton      PA   WNTP1
 2.69   Mansfield Mesonet              Burlington       NJ   NJ41
 2.51   Old Bridge                     Middlesex        NJ   ODBN4
 2.46   Mt. Laurel Twp 2.5ENE COCO     Burlington       NJ   NJBT04
 2.42   Syracuse AP                    Onondaga         NY   SYR
 2.40   Franklin Inst COOP             Philadelphia     PA   PFIP1
 2.32   Hanover Co. AP                 Hanover          VA   OFP
 2.30   Phila. Ne AP                   Philadelphia     PA   PNE

A weak cold front will push across the basins today. The front will kick
off showers and thunderstorms with some producing locally heavy
downpours. A ridge of high pressure will build east into the region for
midweek.

Day one is zero to 3/4" and highest Pemberton, NJ basins. Day two is
mainly zero. Day three is zero into northern VA increasing to two tenths
in the Appomattox basin.

Minor rises are forecast for the next couple of days.

NNNN




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