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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 1039 AM EDT THU APR 24 2014

  Value  County                St  Location
   0.31  Cayuga                NY  Auburn COOP
   0.23  Delaware              NY  Hobart 4.8ESE COCO
   0.22  Tompkins              NY  Groton 0.5NW COCO
   0.18  Greene                NY  East Jewitt
   0.16  Tompkins              NY  Ithaca 3ENE
   0.15  Tompkins              NY  Groton 3.2SSW COCO
   0.14  Tompkins              NY  Freeville
   0.14  Otsego                NY  Worcester 1S
   0.12  Steuben               NY  Cohocton
   0.11  Schoharie             NY  Cobleskill
   0.11  Otsego                NY  Hartwick 0.1E COCO
   0.11  Wayne                 PA  Starrucca 0.9WSW COC
   0.11  Otsego                NY  Plainfield Center
   0.11  Otsego                NY  Unadilla COOP
   0.10  Ulster                NY  Claryville F/P Preci

SCATTERED LIGHT PRECIPITATION OCCURRED OVER THE NORTHERN QUARTER OF
THE BASIN IN PENNSYLVANIA AND SOUTHERN NEW YORK. AMOUNTS WERE LIGHT AND
GENERALLY UNDER A QUARTER INCH. THIS PRECIPITATION HAD NO AFFECT ON
RIVERS OR STREAMS.

WITH HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE BASIN...DRY CONDITIONS ARE FORECAST
UNTIL TOMORROW AFTERNOON. A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL TRACK ACROSS THE
OHIO VALLEY PRODUCING LIGHT RAIN. THIS SYSTEM WILL EXIT OUR NORTHEAST
BASIN SATURDAY AFTERNOON. RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF A QUARTER TO HALF INCH
ARE POSSIBLE.
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