Hydrometeorological Discussion
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1023 AM EDT TUE SEP 02 2014

  Value  County                St  Location
   1.92  Atlantic              NJ  Hammonton
   1.41  Chester               PA  Honey Brook
   0.54  Lancaster             PA  Lancaster AP
   0.50  Accomack              VA  Chincoteague
   0.50  Lancaster             PA  New Holland MADIS
   0.48  Worcester             MD  Assateague
   0.45  Cumberland            NJ  Seabrook
   0.41  Anne Arundel          MD  Severn 2.0W COCO
   0.40  Tioga                 PA  Wellsboro F/P Precip
   0.35  Fairfax               VA  Vienna 3NNW IFLOWS
   0.35  Somerset              PA  Somerset
   0.32  Fairfax               VA  Vienna 2NNE IFLOWS
   0.32  Montgomery            MD  Norbeck 1SE COCO
   0.32  Bedford               PA  Everett 3.8SW COCO
   0.31  Livingston            NY  Avon

SCATTERED LIGHT SHOWERS FELL OVER THE BASIN YESTERDAY. AMOUNTS WERE
GENERALLY LOW AND UNDER A HALF INCH. TWO LOCATIONS REPORTED OVER ONE
INCH OF RAIN AND ARE LISTED ABOVE.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL MOVE INTO OUR BASIN LATER TODAY AND
COULD PRODUCE LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN DUE TO THE HIGH MOISTURE CONTENT IN
THE ATMOSPHERE. THE FRONTAL SYSTEM THAT WILL BE SPARKING THESE STORMS
WILL MOVE THROUGH THE BASIN AND ALLOW COOLER AND DRIER AIR TO FILTER
IN BEHIND THE FRONT.

THE DRIER AIR WILL NOT BE AROUND LONG BEFORE WARMER AND MORE HUMID AIR
ARRIVES BEFORE THE WEEKEND.
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