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Heavy Rainfall March 7th to 9th, 2008

A cold front moved over the western sections of New York and Pennsylvania on evening of March 6th, 2008. The front drifted eastward becoming nearly stationary across the central parts of New York and Pennsylvania through Saturday morning March 8th. An upper level trough moved across the area sweeping the front north and east of the area on Sunday morning March 9th. This system spread rainfall amounts of 1 to 3 inches across parts of central New York and Pennsylvania.

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