Hydrometeorological Discussion
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 932 AM EDT WED AUG 20 2014

  Value  County                St  Location
   1.39  Rockbridge            VA  Lexington
   0.96  Pocahontas            WV  Frost
   0.89  Northampton           VA  Eastville 3NW
   0.79  Augusta               VA  Craigsville IFLOWS
   0.78  Bedford               VA  Bedford 1.1N COCO
   0.70  Bedford               PA  Schellsburg 2.6WNW C
   0.68  Bath                  VA  Hot Springs 4ESE RAW
   0.67  Highland              VA  Hightown IFLOWS
   0.65  Amherst               VA  Glasgow 1 SE
   0.62  Alleghany             VA  Gathright Dam
   0.60  Bath                  VA  Sunrise (at)
   0.60  Madison               VA  Madison 6.9NNW COCOR
   0.57  Highland              VA  Mill Gap 1SW COOP
   0.56  Centre                PA  Stormstown MADIS
   0.54  Centre                PA  Boalsburg 0.4E COCO

AN AREA OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE POISED TO ENTER OUR WESTERN
BASIN FROM THE OHIO VALLEY. ALTHOUGH SOME STORMS APPEAR TO BE WEAKENING
WE EXPECT MORE TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON. THE HEAVIEST RAIN IS EXPECTED
THIS AFTERNOON/EVENING. PARTS OF WESTERN AND CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
COULD SEE UP TO AN INCH OF RAIN IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS. THIS WILL LIKELY
PRODUCE RISES OF 1-3 FEET IN THE JUNIATA AND WEST BRANCH SUSQUEHANNA
BASINS.

THIS WET PATTERN WILL CONTINUE INTO THE FIRST HALF OF THE WEEKEND. AT
THIS TIME IT APPEARS ANOTHER SHOT OF HEAVY RAIN WILL OCCUR IN THE
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN BASIN ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON/EVENING.




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