Potential Flooding for 25 and 26 January 2010
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Potential Flooding for 25 and 26 January 2010
A storm will bring heavy rain to the entire eastern United States tonight and early Monday morning. The rainfall may amount to an inch and a half to over 2 inches in Central PA by the time the rain tapers off. This amount of water and the snowmelt from the higher elevations could cause flooding on many of the larger tributaries and smaller rivers in the region.

A Flood Watch is in effect until late Monday.

Stay up to date with the latest rainfall and river forecasts on the Rivers and Lakes link to the left (AHPS page). You can use the tabs to switch between the current observations, the river forecasts, and the past and expected precipitation.
Expected Rainfall Overnight
Expected Rainfall Overnight

Surface Fronts and pressure plot for early tonight.
Surface Fronts and pressure plot for early tonight.


 
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