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Heavy Rainfall March 4th to 5th, 2008

A cold front moved across the region during the day Tuesday, March 4th. The cold front stalled over parts of southern Pennsylvania late Tuesday night due to an upper level storm approaching the region from the west. Warm, moist air lifted up and northward across parts of northeast Pennsylvania and central New York through out this time. This produced a mixture of precipitation types, rain, freezing rain, sleet and snow across the area. Some locations received 2 to 3 inches of rainfall. The combination of snow melt and the heavy rainfall lead to flooding on some of the rivers across parts of central New York and northeast Pennsylvania.

As the upper level system moved across the area during morning of March 5th it's surface reflection, an area of low pressure, moved across parts of Pennsylvania and New York ending the significant precipitation across the area.

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