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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
812 AM EST THU FEB 11 2016


Snow showers and snow flurrries moved across parts of the Mid
Atlantic region over the past 24 hours with the heaviest snow
showers across the typical areas (North Branch Susquehanna and
Upper West Branch Susquehanna).

A cold northwesterly airflow will continue over the next several
days.  An arctic cold front is scheduled to move from west to
east across the Mid Atlantic region Friday night.  Snow showers,
snow flurries and heavier snow squalls are expected with fropa.

The coldest air of the season will follow the passage of the
arctic cold front.  Expect little change in river and stream
levels over the next 72 hours.  Ice formation will increase
over the next several days as sharply colder weather returns
to the Mid Atlantic.

All MARFC river and stream forecasts will be issued shortly.

DAS

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