Hydrometeorological Discussion
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1104 AM EDT TUE JUN 30 2015


RAIN DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS FELL MAINLY FROM THE PANHANDLE OF WEST
VIRGINIA NORTHEAST THROUGH THE NORTH BRANCH SUSQUEHANNA BASIN. THE
HIGHEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z MONDAY TO 12Z TUESDAY:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 0.63   Waverly NY                     Bradford         PA   WVYN6
 0.56   Owego 2.5ENE COCO              Tioga            NY   NYTG19
 0.50   Wilcox                         Elk              PA   WLXP1
 0.50   Owego COOP                     Tioga            NY   OGON6
 0.47   Chemung                        Chemung          NY   CMGN6
 0.44   Covington 2WSW                 Tioga            PA   COVP1
 0.41   Ridgway                        Elk              PA   RDWP1
 0.38   St Marys 1.7SE COCO            Elk              PA   PAEL01
 0.38   Towanda 4.6NNE COCO            Bradford         PA   PABF06
 0.36   Curwensville Dam DCP           Clearfield       PA   CRWP1G
 0.35   Clearfield 6NW PA DCNR         Clearfield       PA   KYPP1
 0.35   Canton                         Bradford         PA   CNTP1
 0.34   Sayers Dam DCP                 Centre           PA   SYDP1G
 0.33   Clearfield                     Clearfield       PA   FIG
 0.33   Glen Hazel                     Elk              PA   EBRP1

A WARM FRONT WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE NORTHEAST ACROSS THE BASINS. A COLD
FRONT WILL PUSH SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE REGION ON WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY.
THESE WEATHER SYSTEMS WILL BE THE MAIN FOCUS FOR SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

DAY ONE QPF IS TWO TENTHS TO ONE INCH AND HEAVIEST ACROSS THE SUSQUEHANNA
BASIN. DAY TWO IS MOSTLY ZERO IN THE SOUTHWESTERN HALF OF THE BASINS
INCREASING TO OVER A TENTH IN EXTREME NORTHEASTERN BASINS. DAY THREE IS
ZERO IN NORTHERN BASINS INCREASING TO A QUARTER TO FOUR TENTHS IN THE
JAMES BASIN.

FALLING STAGES TO MINOR BUMPS ARE FORECAST FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

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