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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 929 AM EDT WED OCT 22 2014

NEARLY STATIONARY LOW PRESSURE OFF THE MID-ATLANTIC COAST WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR SHOWERS AND LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY
NIGHT. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE ONE TO TWO INCHES IN
PORTIONS OF NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE AND MARYLAND.

  Value  County                St  Location
   2.34  Ocean                 NJ  Barnegat Light
   1.73  Bergen                NJ  Haworth Mesonet
   1.73  Monmouth              NJ  Sea Girt Mesonet
   1.70  Monmouth              NJ  Manasquan
   1.59  New Castle            DE  Blackbird
   1.49  Baltimore             MD  Baltimore Inner Harb
   1.44  Hudson                NJ  Harrison
   1.30  Passaic               NJ  Hawthorne 1SSE COCO
   1.24  New Castle            DE  Townsend DEOS
   1.21  Baltimore             MD  Baltimore AP
   1.16  Howard                MD  Savage
   1.15  Harford               MD  Aberdeen
   1.08  Ulster                NY  Phoenicia
   1.06  Morris                NJ  Boonton Twp 1.6SSE C
   1.06  Kent                  DE  Smyrna DEOS

LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO INFLUENCE THE EASTERN BASINS TODAY WITH
PERIODS OF RAIN, SOME LOCALLY HEAVY. RAINFALL THROUGH TONIGHT IS
EXPECTED TO BE ONE HALF TO ONE INCH ACROSS MUCH OF THE EAST. LOCALLY,
TWO INCHES OR MORE COULD FALL IN PORTIONS OF NEW JERSEY AND NORTHEAST
MARYLAND.

LOW PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO MOVE AWAY THURSDAY. SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED IN
THE EAST WITH RAINFALL AMOUNTS UNDER ONE HALF INCH.

BY FRIDAY, DRY WEATHER WILL RETURN TO MOST OF THE REGION. SHOWERS ARE
STILL POSSIBLE IN THE FAR NORTHEAST BASINS.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, MINOR CHANGES ARE EXPECTED FOR MOST OF THE
REGION INTO THE WEEKEND. MINOR RISES ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THURSDAY IN
PORTIONS OF THE THE DELAWARE, LOWER POTOMAC AND THE NEW JERSEY BASINS.
LOCALLY SHARP RISES ARE POSSIBLE ON SMALLER CREEKS AND STREAMS NEAR
AREAS OF HEAVIER RAINFALL.

ALL DAILY FORECASTS WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY.

TJR
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