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AGUS71 KRHA 271359
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 959 AM EDT WED MAY 27 2015

Light rain fell from scattered storms in the basin. Most reports were
a half inch or less.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 0.90   Front Royal 1ese               Warren           VA   FRRV2
 0.80   New Castle 2NE DCP             Craig            VA   CGVV2
 0.78   Vestal MADIS                   Broome           NY   EW7084
 0.66   Maurertown MADIS               Shenandoah       VA   CW5286
 0.62   Davis MADIS                    Tucker           WV   EW4007
 0.54   Stuarts Draft MADIS            Augusta          VA   DW7960
 0.49   Conklin MADIS                  Broome           NY   DW5080
 0.44   Grahamsville MADIS             Sullivan         NY   EW5835
 0.40   Lexington                      Rockbridge       VA   LXGV2
 0.40   Claryville F/P Preci           Ulster           NY   CRYN6
 0.37   Weyers Cave 0.8WSW COCORAHS    Augusta          VA   VAAG07
 0.34   Mansfield                      Tioga            PA   MFDP1
 0.32   Mountain Grove                 Bath             VA   MTGV2
 0.32   Williamsport                   Lycoming         PA   IPT
 0.32   Gathright Dam                  Alleghany        VA   GDMV2

This morning an area of showers was moving from western Pennsylvania and
eastern West Virginia into the western and central portions of the
basin. As the day progresses and temperatures rise the atmosphere will
become more unstable and additional showers and thunderstorms are
expected to develop.

Although higher rainfall point amounts will occur in and near the center
of thunderstorms...in general amounts of a quarter inch or less are
expected today. Some isolated rainfall amount of a half inch are
possible on the far east portion of the basin where stronger storms will
likely occur later today.
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