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Ended with .2” for the day. 
Camp Hill got 0.4". Where I was at in Perry county 2". I swear the mountains must flood for lots of areas in true south central Pennsylvania to get normal rain

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11 hours ago, mitchnick said:

Of the 5 years I've been living here in Hanover, the rains has never been this loud on the roof. Can't imagine it possible in these parts to rain harder.

Ended up with a hair over .8" in 30 minutes.

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Today will be our warmest day for the rest of the week as most spots will hit the low to mid 80's. Rain chances increase tonight into tomorrow with some of the rain heavy by Monday night. We start a cooling trend on Tuesday with temps a bit below normal for Wednesday through Friday.
Records for today: High 94 degrees in Phoenixville (2018) / Low 35 degrees at Coatesville (1972) / Rain 2.29" at West Grove (1952)
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CTP’s disco for Monday 

Some fog may again form early tonight. But the invading and
thickening clouds and showers/storms due to the first of a few
pre-frontal troughs will probably preclude it from getting
thick, and the precip may actually bring the visby back up if it
does go down. The forcing tonight likely makes a long band of
showers/storms cross the area from SW-NE in the evening and
first half of the night. More nebulous forcing then exists for
3-6hrs before the next wave of forcing moves in from the west.
late night timing is against much thunder with the second batch
of precip. That precip will still be crossing the eastern half
of the area in the morning/daylight hours. This could stabilize
things for the first part of the afternoon there. But, the west
will likely have enough breaks in the clouds and moisture to be
able to cook up good CAPE for the early aftn, and TSRA will pop
up. This third batch of storms is the most likely to produce
some severe wx. The SPC SLGT risk covers all the srn half of
the CWA for Day2, and CAPE may be <=2000J. Main threat is wind,
but 1" hail also a threat. The tor threat is mainly along the MD
border where the hodographs get fattest and high mstr will keep
the LCLs lowest. PWAT goes above 1.5" (approaching 2") in the
eastern half of the area in the late morning and aftn hours. The
repeated shots of rain will lead to a risk of flash flooding
over much of the area on Monday, but mainly in the east in the
aftn. The strong surface low will move northeast across the
Upper Great Lakes and into ONT. Two pushes of drier air and a
gradual veer to the wind is expected in the evening and
overnight. So, some SHRA may linger into the first part of the
night, mainly in the far eastern zones.


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