Heavy Rain/Flooding Possible 5-11 thru 5-12, 2008
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Heavy Rain/Flooding Possible 5-11 thru 5-12, 2008
A storm system will organize over the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic States Today. The low pressure will pass just to the south of PA Today. This storm will pull lots of moisture from the Atlantic Ocean up into the mountains. This will likely produce heavy rainfall over South-Central Pennsylvania Tonight and Monday (5-11 into 5-12, 2008).

This area is already fairly wet from recent rainfalls, which could lead to flooding. See the picture for an estimate of how much rain could fall.

A Flood Watch is in effect for the Southern half of the region.
SREF 24-hour Mean Rainfall Total (thru 2PM Monday, 5-12).
SREF 24-hour Mean Rainfall Total (thru 2PM Monday, 5-12).


 
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