Hydrometeorological Discussion
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 931 AM EDT FRI APR 24 2015

Rain and snow showers moved across parts of New
York, Pennsylvania and northern New Jersey over
the past 24 hours.  Observed basin average water
equivalents were a tenth /0.10/ inch or less.

Except for some rain or snow showers across
headwater points of the North branch Susquehanna
this morning, expect fair and dry weather across
the Mid Atlantic region today through 18Z
Saturday.

The next chance of precipitation will come
Saturday afternoon through Sunday as the next
storm system arrives from the central plains.
The steadiest and heaviest precipitation is
expected across parts of west Virginia,
Maryland and Virginia.

Forecasted basin average precipitation from
12Z Friday through 12Z Monday is expected
to range from zero /0.00/ up to eight tenths
/0.80/ of an inch.  The highest precipitation
totals are expected across Virginia at this
time.

Any river response is expected to be minor at
this time....generally 2 feet or less.  Please
refer to MARFC`s latest river and stream
forecasts or visit http://www.weather.gov/marfc
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