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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 929 AM EDT WED APR 23 2014

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.78  Lackawanna            PA  Aylesworth Dam GOES
   0.60  Carroll               MD  Damascus
   0.60  Howard                MD  Hipsley Mill F/P Pre
   0.49  Wyoming               PA  Tunkhannock
   0.48  Wayne                 PA  Honesdale
   0.45  Blair                 PA  Tyrone
   0.44  Cambria               PA  Johnstown-Cambria Ct
   0.43  Wyoming               PA  Tunkhannock COOP
   0.41  Howard                MD  Columbia 2.3N COCO
   0.41  Wayne                 PA  Prompton
   0.38  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam
   0.38  Clinton               PA  Bush Dam DCP
   0.37  Cortland              NY  Marathon 0.7NW COCO
   0.37  Oneida                NY  Westmoreland 4N
   0.36  Tucker                WV  Forty Three

RAINFALL FROM YESTERDAY PRODUCED LIGHT AMOUNTS OF RAIN OVER MUCH OF
THE BASIN...WITH ISOLATED AREAS OF 0.40" OR MORE. THIS HAD VERY LITTLE
AFFECT ON RIVERS AND STREAMS IN THE BASIN.

SOME LIGHT SHOWERS WERE FALLING IN SOUTHERN NEW YORK AND NORTHEAST
PENNSYLVANIA. AMOUNTS UNDER 0.05" BASIN AVERAGE ARE EXPECTED FROM
THESE SHOWERS.

AFTER THIS RAIN WE ARE EXPECTING ALMOST 48 HRS OF DRY WEATHER BEFORE
OUR NEXT SYSTEM. THIS SYSTEM WILL MOVE ACROSS THE NORTHERN OHIO VALLEY
ON FRIDAY AND WILL PRODUCE A WIDESPREAD 0.15" TO 0.25" OVER MOST OF
THE BASIN.
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