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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 945 AM EST FRI DEC 26 2014


SCATTERED RAIN SHOWERS FELL ACROSS FAR WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA, NORTHEASTERN
NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY BASINS. THE HIGHEST 24 AMOUNTS ENDING 12Z FRIDAY:

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.09  Wayne                 PA  Hawley 1E
   0.06  Delaware              NY  Walton
   0.05  Allegany              NY  Wellsville
   0.04  Grant                 WV  Bayard
   0.04  McKean                PA  Bradford AP
   0.04  Sussex                NJ  Cannistear DCP
   0.04  Potter                PA  Roulette 1.8NNE COCO
   0.03  Atlantic              NJ  Atlantic City AP
   0.03  Livingston            NY  Dansville
   0.03  Cape May              NJ  Woodbine 0.8NNW COCO
   0.03  Morris                NJ  Morris Twp 0.8NNW CO
   0.03  Sussex                DE  Redden
   0.03  Chenango              NY  Sherburne 1N DCP
   0.02  Cape May              NJ  Cape May Harbor
   0.02  Sussex                DE  Cape Henlopen DEOS

HIGH PRESSURE WILL PROVIDE DRY WEATHER TODAY AND SATURDAY. A WEATHER
SYSTEM WILL INCREASE IN THE CHANCE OF RAIN SHOWERS BY SUNDAY. COLDER
AIR WILL WORK INTO THE REGION AND PRECIPITATION COULD END AS SNOW SHOWERS
ACROSS PORTIONS OF OUR NORTHERN BASINS.

DAY ONE QPF IS ZERO. DAY TWO IS ZERO IN THE EASTERN BASINS AND LESS THAN
A TENTH OF AN INCH IN THE WESTERN BASINS. DAY THREE IS A TENTH IN THE
UPPER NEW YORK BASINS INCREASING TO NEAR AN INCH IN THE UPPER JAMES BASIN.

MINOR CHANGES IN STAGE ARE FORECAST FOR THE NEXT 72 HOURS.
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