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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 956 AM EDT TUE JUL 07 2015

Showers and thunderstorms in the past 24 hours have produced moderate
to locally heavy rain in parts of Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
While there were a few rapid rises on smaller streams and creeks, the
main rivers saw minimal rises.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 2.94   Bel Air 1.7W COCO              Harford          MD   MDHR11
 1.67   Kingsville 1.2E COCO           Baltimore        MD   MDBL28
 1.60   Reisterstown 2NW               Baltimore        MD   RSTM2
 1.44   Roanoke AP                     Roanoke          VA   ROA
 1.41   Sellersville                   Bucks            PA   SRVP1
 1.34   Wolfsburg                      Bedford          PA   WOLP1
 1.33   Frostburg                      Allegany         MD   FRSM2
 1.28   Elkridge 1.8W COCO             Howard           MD   MDHW03
 1.27   Maysville MADIS                Grant            WV   CW1756
 1.20   Mount Union F/P Prec           Huntingdon       PA   MUNP1
 1.13   Virginia Beach - Oce           independent cit  VA   NTU
 1.11   Petersburg MADIS               Grant            WV   EW4862
 1.08   Baltimore 6.2NNW COCO          Baltimore City   MD   MDBC03
 1.06   Odenton 0.8WSW COCO            Anne Arundel     MD   MDAA23
 1.05   Georgetown                     Sussex           DE   GED

This morning the Doppler radar showed a few lingering showers in the
northeast portion of Pennsylvania. The storms are moving at a steady
speed and will only produce light amounts of rain.

A cold front is producing showers and thunderstorms from the central
Great Lakes through Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky...then extending
into the southern plains. These storms will move into our basin late
tonight and into Wednesday. The front is expected to stall around the
Mason/Dixon line early on Thursday. When this occurs several pulses of
energy will move along the boundary sparking additional showers and
thunderstorms.

At this point no significant river flooding is expected however
locations that have received heavy rain in the past few weeks will need
to be monitored for large rises and possible minor flooding.
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