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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 951 AM EST MON JAN 26 2015

INTENSE LOW PRESSURE OFF THE NEW ENGLAND COAST THIS MORNING WAS
RESPONSIBLE FOR SNOW AND RAIN ACROSS THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION MONDAY
AND MONDAY NIGHT. OBSERVED PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS THIS MORNING WERE
AS MUCH AS ONE HALF TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH ON THE DELMARVA
PENINSULA.

  VALUE  COUNTY                ST  LOCATION
   0.82  SUSSEX                DE  SELBYVILLE
   0.68  MONMOUTH              NJ  MANASQUAN
   0.68  WORCESTER             MD  OCEAN CITY
   0.59  SUSSEX                DE  HARBESON DEOS
   0.58  HUDSON                NJ  HARRISON
   0.55  OCEAN                 NJ  BRICK TWP 1.5NNE COC
   0.50  OCEAN                 NJ  BARNEGAT LIGHT
   0.49  WORCESTER             MD  ASSATEAGUE
   0.46  TIOGA                 PA  COVINGTON 2WSW
   0.45  QUEENS                NY  LAGUARDIA AP
   0.43  TIOGA                 PA  WELLSBORO
   0.41  CAPE MAY              NJ  WILDWOOD CREST 0.1WS
   0.40  SUSSEX                DE  GEORGETOWN
   0.38  FAIRFAX               VA  DUNN LORING

SNOW WILL GRADUALLY WIND DOWN TODAY INTO TONIGHT AS THE LOW SLOWLY
MOVES AWAY. PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS THROUGH TONIGHT WILL BE ONE
QUARTER INCH OR LESS WITH HIGHEST AMOUNTS IN NEW JERSEY AND
SOUTHEAST NEW YORK.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD INTO THE REGION WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
NIGHT WITH DRY WEATHER EXPECTED.

THE NEXT AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE IN FROM THE WEST THURSDAY
AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. SNOW IS EXPECTED ACROSS THE NORTHERN BASINS
WITH A CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION IN THE SOUTH. FORECASTED
PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS ARE UP TO THREE TENTHS OF AN INCH ALONG THE
NORTHERN AND WESTERN DIVIDES.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, MINOR STAGE CHANGES ARE EXPECTED INTO
FRIDAY. ICE WILL CONTINUE TO AFFECT MANY GAGES ACROSS THE NORTH WITH
RAPID STAGE FLUCTUATIONS OCCURRING AT TIMES.

ALL DAILY RIVER FORECASTS WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY.

TJR
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