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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
945 AM EDT WED MAY 25 2016

...WARM AND INCREASINGLY HUMID WEATHER WILL CONTINUE FOR THE
MID-ATLANTIC REGION THROUGH THE UPCOMING HOLIDAY WEEKEND...

SHOWERS TUESDAY WERE CONFINED TO NEW JERSEY AND PORTIONS OF THE
DELAWARE BASIN. OBSERVED RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE LESS THAN TWO TENTHS
OF AN INCH.

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 0.13   OAKLAND 0.9SSE COCO            BERGEN           NJ   NJBG23
 0.11   CHARLOTTEBURG MESONET          PASSAIC          NJ   NJ60
 0.10   OCEAN TWP 0.8SE COCO           MONMOUTH         NJ   NJMN05
 0.10   CLINTON CORNERS F/P            DUTCHESS         NY   CLNN6
 0.10   CHARLOTTEBURG                  PASSAIC          NJ   CHAN4
 0.09   MORRIS TWP 0.8NNW COCO         MORRIS           NJ   NJMS03
 0.08   WAYNE DCP                      PASSAIC          NJ   WYNN4
 0.08   POUGHKEEPSIE 4NE COO           DUTCHESS         NY   POUN6
 0.08   OCEANPORT MESONET              MONMOUTH         NJ   NJ14
 0.07   LITTLE FALLS TWP 0.5WNW COCO   PASSAIC          NJ   NJPS12
 0.07   BOONTON TWP 1.6SSE COCO        MORRIS           NJ   NJMS11
 0.07   ROCKAWAY 0.4NNW COCO           MORRIS           NJ   NJMS06
 0.06   FLORHAM PARK 0.2WNW COCO       MORRIS           NJ   NJMS49
 0.06   PARSIPP.-TROY HILS TWP 1.3WSW  MORRIS           NJ   NJMS39
 0.06   JERSEY CITY MESONET            HUDSON           NJ   NJ12

WEAK HIGH PRESSURE WILL PROVIDE DRY WEATHER TODAY AS TEMPERATURES
SOAR WELL ABOVE NORMAL.

A DISTURBANCE WILL APPROACH FROM THE WEST LATER THURSDAY BRINGING
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN
BASINS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL BE UNDER ONE HALF INCH.

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED AGAIN FRIDAY
AFTERNOON AS HUMIDITY INCREASES. THE BEST CHANCES FOR MEASURABLE
PRECIPITATION WILL BE IN THE MOUNTAINS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL AGAIN
BE LESS THAN ONE HALF INCH.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, MINOR CHANGES WILL CONTINUE INTO THE
WEEKEND. LOCALLY SHARP RISES ARE POSSIBLE ON SMALLER CREEKS AND
STREAMS NEAR STRONGER THUNDERSTORMS.

TJR
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