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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 912 AM EDT TUE SEP 16 2014

A cold front moved across much of the Mid Atlantic region
Monday night.  A period of rain accompanied fropa across
interior New York southward into Northern Pennsylvania.
Below is a list of the highest 24 hour rainfall totals from
12Z Monday through 12Z Tuesday.

Rain  County             Stata  Location
0.64  Otsego               NY   Oneonta Observer
0.63  Otsego               NY   Worcester 1S
0.62  Otsego               NY   Unadilla COOP
0.59  Otsego               NY   Hartwick 0.1E COCO
0.58  Potter               PA   Coudersport 7SE
0.58  Chenango             NY   Norwich
0.58  Broome               NY   Chenango Bridge 2.5N
0.54  Elk                  PA   Glen Hazel
0.53  Chenango             NY   Greene
0.53  Otsego               NY   Hartwick 1WSW DCP
0.53  Delaware             NY   Sidney
0.52  Cortland             NY   Marathon 0.7NW COCO
0.51  Schoharie            NY   Cobleskill
0.50  Broome               NY   Binghamton AP
0.50  Chemung              NY   Chemung

Any leftover rain showers across parts of new Jersey and
extreme eastern new York will end before noon.  A northwesterly
airflow and weak high pressure will follow through Wednesday.
A weak secondary cold front will bring some passing cloudiness
and perhaps a brief rain shower across interior New York
Thursday.  Large high pressure will bring a reuturn to
fair and dry weather Thursday night through Sunday.

Some very minor rises of 1 foot or less are expected across
the Upper Susuquehanna River basin.  Elsewhere across MARFC`s
hydrologic service area expect little change in river levels
over the next several days.

DAS
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