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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1032 AM EDT FRI APR 17 2015


RAINFALL WAS WIDESPREAD ACROSS OUR BASINS DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS. THE
HEAVIEST 24 HOUR AMOUNTS ENDING 12Z FRIDAY:

 AMT             LOCATION              COUNTY     ST   NWSID
0.59    Clearfield                   Clearfield   PA   FIG
0.55    Grampian                     Clearfield   PA   GRMP1
0.47    Bradford AP                  McKean       PA   BFD
0.47    Piper F/P Precip             Clearfield   PA   PIPP1
0.46    Sizerville                   Cameron      PA   SZRP1
0.45    Frostburg                    Allegany     MD   FRSM2
0.44    Ridgway                      Elk          PA   RDWP1
0.40    St Marys 1.7SE COCO          Elk          PA   PAEL01
0.40    Clearfield 6NW PA DCNR       Clearfield   PA   KYPP1
0.38    Middletown 0.9SSE COCO       New Castle   DE   DENC04
0.37    Roulette 1.8NNE COCO         Potter       PA   PAPT02
0.37    Glen Hazel                   Elk          PA   EBRP1
0.36    Ansonville IFLOWS            Clearfield   PA   ANSP1
0.36    DuBois 2S COOP               Clearfield   PA   DJBP1
0.34    Blacksburg 2.4ENE COCORAHS   Montgomery   VA   VAMN21

A WEAK TROUGH WILL CROSS THE REGION TODAY FOLLOWED BY HIGH PRESSURE. A
COMPLEX FRONTAL SYSTEM WILL BRING RAIN UP FROM THE SOUTHWEST SUNDAY.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO TO UNDER TWO TENTHS OF AN INCH. DAY TWO IS ZERO. DAY
THREE IS AROUND A QUARTER INCH IN EXTREME NORTHERN BASINS INCREASING TO
A LITTLE OVER ONE INCH IN THE JAMES BASIN.

MINOR CHANGES IN STAGE WILL BE THE NORM FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.




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