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HYDROLOGIC STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
926 AM EST SUN FEB 12 2017

Daily River Forecast

Past 24 hour precipitation...
Rainfall amounts were light across the region the last 24 hours
with less than 0.50 inch falling.

Forecast precipitation for the next 48 hours...
It will be turning windy and much colder Sunday night and precipitation
will fall in the form of snow showers and squalls.  There could be
several inches of snow across the region with liquid equivalent amounts of
around 0.50 especially in the higher elevations.  Warmer weather will come
again on Tuesday and the snow will melt slowly.


Basin average rainfall and/or liquid equivalent of snow is forecast
to range from 0.10 to 0.50 inches.

River trends...
Rivers will have rises the next 24 hours from snowmelt and rainfall that
has occurred.  Another slight rise is expected in the middle of the week
from snowmelt.


This text product /PITRVSPBZ/ will be issued routinely in the
morning, and on an as needed basis in the evening. The latest
forecast and observations are always available at:
water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=pbz

During flooding the latest crest updates may be obtained in river
Flood Warnings /PITFLWPBZ/ or river flood statements /PITFLSPBZ/.
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                      fld  observed forecast 7am
location              stg  stg 7am  Mon   Tue   Wed

Ohio River
  Pittsburgh          25.0  16.5    16.9  17.0  16.7
  Dashields           25.0  17.5    18.3  18.3  17.5
  Montgomery          33.0  17.0    19.4  20.0  18.0
  New Cumberland      36.0  19.5    21.6  22.5  20.8
  Pike Island         37.0  19.2    22.1  23.4  21.3
  Wheeling            36.0  19.9    22.4  24.0  22.3
  Hannibal            35.0  16.7    19.4  20.5  19.0

Monongahela River
  Morgantown          22.0  10.3    10.3  10.0  10.0
  Point Marion        26.0  12.9    14.6  14.1  12.3
  Grays Landing       21.0  12.5    14.1  13.7  12.2
  Maxwell             32.0  11.2    14.3  13.4  11.8
  Charleroi           28.0  14.1    18.4  17.3  15.0
  Elizabeth           20.0  12.8    14.9  14.3  13.1
  Braddock            22.0  12.2    12.1  12.1  12.1

Allegheny River
  West Hickory        14.0   7.5     7.9   7.9   7.3
  Franklin            17.0   8.4     9.1   9.4   8.6
  Parker              20.0   8.8     9.5   9.7   8.8
  Kittanning          21.0  14.0    14.4  14.7  14.2
  Clinton             21.0  13.6    14.0  14.5  13.6
  Natrona             21.0  14.6    14.8  15.1  14.6
  CW Bill Young Dam   17.0  13.6    13.8  14.0  13.6
  Sharpsburg          21.0  13.8    13.8  14.1  13.9

Redbank Creek
  Saint Charles       17.0   6.0     6.9   6.9   6.3

Cheat River
  Parsons             18.5   5.7     8.7   6.5   6.0

Youghiogheny River
  Ohiopyle            20.0   6.6     7.6   6.6   6.0
  Connellsville       12.0   6.2     7.6   6.6   5.9
  Sutersville         20.0   7.6    10.4   9.1   7.8

Conemaugh River
  Seward              12.0   4.7     5.2   4.8   4.1

Beaver River
  Beaver Falls        15.0   6.9     7.2   7.2   6.9

Wills Creek
  Cambridge           15.0   4.3     5.2   4.7   4.3

Tuscarawas River
  New Philadelphia    7.5   2.7     2.6   2.4   2.0

Muskingum River
  Coshocton           15.0  10.0    10.4   9.8   9.2
  Zanesville          25.0  11.7    11.8  12.0  11.7



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