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HEADWATER GUIDANCE...JACKSONVILLE CWA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
SOUTHEAST RIVER FORECAST CENTER...ATLANTA GA
856 PM EDT MON SEP 15 2014

INCHES OF RAINFALL FOR SPECIFIED DURATIONS REQUIRED TO PRODUCE
FLASH FLOODING IN HEADWATERS.  LOWER AMOUNTS MAY CAUSE
FLASH FLOODING IN URBAN OR MOUNTAINOUS AREAS.

.B ALR 20140916 Z DH00/DC201409160056 /DUE/PPHCF/PPTCF/PPQCF
:
:IDENT    1HR   3HR   6HR
:======= ====  ====  ====

MDLF1     2.6/  3.0/  3.6
:
:  TO USE HEADWATER ADVISORY TABLES TAKE THE THREE HOUR VALUE ABOVE FOR
:  THAT LOCATION AND USE THE FOLLOWING RELATIONS...
:      TABLE 1 /   0 TO 2.4 IN        TABLE 4 / 4.1 TO 4.5 IN
:            2 / 2.5 TO 3.3 IN              5 / 4.6 TO 4.9 IN
:            3 / 3.4 TO 4.0 IN              6 / 5.0 IN
:
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