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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 931 AM EDT WED JUL 30 2014

TUESDAY WAS MAINLY DRY ACROSS THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION WITH WEAK HIGH
PRESSURE AT THE SURFACE. A COOL POOL OF AIR ALOFT CAUSED A FEW ISOLATED
LIGHT SHOWERS DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

MAINLY DRY WEATHER CAN BE EXPECTED AGAIN TODAY ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA.
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND PERHAPS A THUNDERSTORM WILL OCCUR ACROSS THE
UPPER SUSQUEHANNA BASIN AS A DISTURBANCE APROACHES. SCATTERED SHOWERS
WILL LINGER TONIGHT ACROSS THE FAR NORTH. RAINFALL AMOUNTS THROUGH
TONIGHT ARE EXPECTED TO BE LESS THAN ONE HALF INCH.

SHOWERS MAY LINGER THURSDAY MORNING BUT DRY WEATHER WILL RETURN TO ALL
THE BASINS THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.

BY FRIDAY, BERMUDA HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD IN FROM THE
SOUTHEAST BRINGING A RETURN OF MOISTURE. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL
BE POSSIBLE ACROSS MUCH OF THE REGION FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT.

THE WEEKEND LOOKS TO BE UNSETTLED WITH MOISTURE STREAMING NORTH FROM THE
GULF OF MEXICO INTO THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION.

ON AREA RIVERS AND CREEKS, MINOR STAGE CHANGES ARE EXPECTED THROUGHOUT
ALL THE BASINS INTO FRIDAY. SOME RISES ARE LIKELY THIS WEEKEND.

ALL DAILY RIVER FORECASTS WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY.

TJR
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