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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 829 AM EDT SAT AUG 01 2015

A weak disturbance brought a few scattered rain showers to parts
of interior New York and extreme northern Pennsylvania over the
past 24 hours.  Observed precipitation was a tenth /0.10/ inch
or less.  A few observed rainfall reports are below.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST
 0.12   Walton                         Delaware         NY
 0.10   Cowanesque Dam                 Tioga            PA
 0.09   Phoenicia                      Ulster           NY
 0.09   Mecklenberg COOP               Schuyler         NY
 0.09   Coudersport MADIS              Potter           PA
 0.09   Coudersport 4 NW               Potter           PA
 0.09   Coudersport 7SE                Potter           PA
 0.08   Owego COOP                     Tioga            NY
 0.06   Dundee 6.2E COCO               Schuyler         NY
 0.06   Richfield Springs 0.5ESE COCO  Otsego           NY
 0.06   Cherry Valley MADIS            Otsego           NY
 0.06   Conklin MADIS                  Broome           NY
 0.05   Whitesville                    Allegany         NY
 0.05   Sherburne 1N DCP               Chenango         NY
 0.05   Earlville 0.4W COCO            Madison          NY

Except for a quick passing rain shower across interior New York
and extreme northern Pennsylvania today, expect mainly fair and
dry weather through 12Z Monday.  A cold front will move from
northwest to southeast across the mid atlantic Monday afternoon
and evening.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected
with fropa.

72 hour basin average quantitative precipitation forecast through
12Z Tuesday is expected to range from zero /0.00/ to one quarter
/0.25/ inch.

River and stream levels are expected to mainly nearly steady or
slowly fall over the next 72 hours.  MARFC`s river and stream
forecasts will be issued before 11am.

DAS
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