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SHORT RANGE FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
401 PM EDT THU MAY 05 2016

VALID 00Z FRI MAY 06 2016 - 00Z SUN MAY 08 2016

...HEAVY RAIN POSSIBLE OVER PARTS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC...

...HEAVY RAIN POSSIBLE OVER PARTS OF THE WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS IN
WYOMING...

...TEMPERATURES WILL BE 10 T 15 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE OVER THE
MID-ATLANTIC/CAROLINAS INTO SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND...

UPPER-LEVEL LOW OVER THE MID-ATLANTIC WILL BE QUASI-STATIONARY
THOUGH SATURDAY.  THE SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE RAIN OVER PARTS OF THE
REGION THAT WILL MOVE INTO PARTS OF THE NORTHERN
APPALACHIANS/SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND BY FRIDAY EVENING CONTINUING
INTO SATURDAY MORNING.  SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP
OVER PARTS OF THE CAROLINAS ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON MOVING OFF THE
CAROLINA COAST OVERNIGHT FRIDAY.  IN ADDITION, RAIN WILL MOVE INTO
PARTS OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND ON THURSDAY EVENING ENDING BY FRIDAY
AFTERNOON.

MEANWHILE, A SECOND UPPER-LEVEL LOW JUST OFF THE CALIFORNIA COAST
WILL INLAND TO THE GREAT BASIN/SOUTHWEST BY SATURDAY.  THE SYSTEM
WILL PRODUCE RAIN WITH EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS OVER
CALIFORNIA/GREAT BASIN INTO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND THE ROCKIES

ZIEGENFELDER

GRAPHICS AVAILABLE AT WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV
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