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30 Day Precipitation Departures From Average Calculated by MARFC:

 

 

 

90 Day Precipitation Departures From Average Calculated by MARFC:

 

 

Year to Date Precipitation Departures From Average Calculated by MARFC:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARFC Precipitation Departure Maps are available for a variety of time spans.

MARFC Observed Precipitation Maps are available to show the most recent precipitation amounts for time spans of the past 72 hours.

Northeast Regional Climate Center precipitation maps are also available for a variety of time spans and on a larger geographic scale.

National AHPS Precipitation Maps are available for a national perspective.

 

30 Day Temperature Departures From Normal

 

Selected ACIS climate map

 

Northeast Regional Climate Center temperature maps are available for a variety of time spans.

 

FOR THE MOST CURRENT AND UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER.

https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

 

The Tropical Weather Outlook for the next 48 hours:

 

 

 

The Tropical Weather Outlook for the next 5 days:

 

 

USGS Streamflow Information (click on image for additional information).

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USGS Groundwater Information (click on image for additional information).

Active Water Level Network national well location map.

 

U.S. Geological Survey Real Time Data

 

The MARFC Precipitation Forecast for the next 72 hours:

 

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Weather Prediction Center Precipitation Outlook for the next 5 days:

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The Climate Prediction Center 6 to 10 Day Outlook:

6 to 10 Day Outlook - Temperature Probability 6 to 10 Day Outlook - Precipitation Probability

 

 

The Climate Prediction Center 8 to 14 Day Outlook:

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The 30 Day Precipitation and Temperature Outlooks from the Climate Prediction Center:

 

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The 90 Day Precipitation and Temperature Outlooks from the Climate Prediction Center:

 

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Check out Global Weather Patterns to see weather patterns on a larger scale.

The water resources and supplies outlook is good or fair for the Mid-Atlantic Region.

 

Autumn has arrive. This typically means that our weather systems will transition from summertime scattered showers and thunderstorms to more organized low pressure systems with associated warm and cold fronts.   Though summer ended wetter than average for many areas, overall for the summer season, most areas were a bit drier than average for the Mid-Atlantic.  The remnants of a tropical system can still pass by or through the Mid-Atlantic through early fall which could leave parts or even all of the region wet.  However, in the absence of this type of tropical moisture, there are no strong indicators of a wet fall.  Remaining dry areas are likely to slowly improve while wetter areas are now increasingly unlikely to experience dry or drought-like conditions.