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High risk of flooding per WPC for you all tomorrow. I am insanely jealous of what's about to unfold across S Central PA tomorrow. Going to be one for the record books for some. Already a good PRE ongoing across Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, and Franklin counties with even some weak spin. Seriously enjoy this, going to be a storm worth studying once all is said and done.

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10 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

High risk of flooding per WPC for you all tomorrow. I am insanely jealous of what's about to unfold across S Central PA tomorrow. Going to be one for the record books for some. Already a good PRE ongoing across Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, and Franklin counties with even some weak spin. Seriously enjoy this, going to be a storm worth studying once all is said and done.

I got family in Somerset . They should do well . I agree . A historic day tomorrow unfolding 

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23 minutes ago, Eskimo Joe said:

High risk of flooding per WPC for you all tomorrow. I am insanely jealous of what's about to unfold across S Central PA tomorrow. Going to be one for the record books for some. Already a good PRE ongoing across Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, and Franklin counties with even some weak spin. Seriously enjoy this, going to be a storm worth studying once all is said and done.

Definitely mixed feelings as I’m def excited for the event from a meteorological standpoint but on the other hand not too enthused with the likely major flooding impacts around here (and everywhere else) if we in fact see those 4-7”+ amounts back here in the more mountainous ridge and valley region. 

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Rivers/ creeks already forecast to flood 

Flood Warning
National Weather Service State College PA
1133 AM EDT Tue Aug 31 2021

...The National Weather Service in State College PA has issued a
Flood Warning for the following rivers in Pennsylvania...

  Frankstown Branch Of The Juniata At Williamsburg affecting
  Huntingdon and Blair Counties.

  Conodoguinet Creek Near Hogestown affecting Cumberland County.

  Yellow Breeches Creek Near Camp Hill affecting Cumberland and
  York Counties.

  Conestoga River At Lancaster affecting Lancaster and York
  Counties.

For the Frankstown Branch Juniata River...including Williamsburg...
Moderate flooding is forecast.
For the Conodoguinet Creek...including Hogestown...Moderate flooding
is forecast.
For the Yellow Breeches Creek...including Camp Hill...Moderate
flooding is forecast.
For the Conestoga River...including Lancaster...Moderate flooding is
forecast.
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33 minutes ago, Itstrainingtime said:

I see a 12+" area north of Philly - isn't that the same area that has gotten whacked a few times this summer already? 

Yup. Multiple disaster areas around the NW suburbs there. We were out that way 2 weeks ago amd it’s rough. 

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58 minutes ago, MAG5035 said:

Definitely mixed feelings as I’m def excited for the event from a meteorological standpoint but on the other hand not too enthused with the likely major flooding impacts around here (and everywhere else) if we in fact see those 4-7”+ amounts back here in the more mountainous ridge and valley region. 

I agree, same here with the mixed feelings.

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11 hours ago, canderson said:

My guess:

Harrisburg 4.2"
Lancaster 5.1" 
York 5.2"
Tamaqua 2.9" 
Williamsport 2.9" 
State College 3.1" 
Chambersburg 5.4"  
Clearfield 1.3"

Here is my guess for the contest :

Harrisburg - 5.3

Lancaster - 4.6

York - 5.6

Tamaqua - 5.9

Williamsport - 3.1

State College - 3.3

Chambersburg - 6.1

Clearfield - 2.9

Bonus - Pillow - 6.2

Double Bonus - Rouzerville- 5.8

Triple Bonus -Maytown- 4.7

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