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Overview

Tropical Storm Fay developed on the afternoon of 9 July 2020 off the Carolina coast.  With high pressure to the north and northeast and an approaching shortwave trough in the northern U.S., steering flow for Fay was to the north.  During the early morning hours of 10 July, torrential rainfall moved into southern Delaware as an intense rainband to the north of Fay migrated near and off the Mid-Atlantic coast.  Rainfall of 3 to 7 inches occurred in Sussex County, DE, where several reports of flash flooding were received.  The rainband continued northward along the New Jersey coast, producing widespread flooding on the barrier islands and nearby inland areas of the Jersey Shore.  During the midday hours, a deformation band developed on the northwest side of the system and nearly stalled between Dover, Delaware, and Trenton, New Jersey.  Widespread 3 to 5 inch totals occurred in these areas, with flash flooding reported in the Philadelphia metropolitan area.  Frankford Creek in Philadelphia reached moderate flood stage (the second time in a week following the flash flood event of 6 July).  Meanwhile, gusty winds occurred in much of the area, with numerous reports of tree and power line damage, especially near the coast.  Tropical storm force winds were reported on the immediate coast in several locations, especially in Sussex and Cape May Counties.  Fay made landfall between 20-21z on 10 July just to the northeast of Atlantic City and quickly moved into southeastern New York by the late evening hours. 

Note that this page will be updated with additional information in the coming days.


Satellite loop showing the landfall of Tropical Storm Fay on 10 July 2020.

 

Meteorological Environment/Setup

Synoptic Overview at 12z 10 July 2020 (courtesy of SPC)

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Figure 1: 250-mb analysis Figure 2: 300-mb analysis Figure 3: 500-mb analysis
 
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Figure 4: 700-mb analysis Figure 5: 850-mb analysis Figure 6: 925-mb analysis

Synoptic Overview at 00z 11 July 2020 (courtesy of SPC)

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Figure 7: 250-mb analysis Figure 8: 300-mb analysis Figure 9: 500-mb analysis
 
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Figure 10: 700-mb analysis Figure 11: 850-mb analysis Figure 12: 925-mb analysis
 

Surface Maps (courtesy of WPC)

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Figure 16: 21z surface map Figure 17: 00z surface map Figure 18: 03z surface map

Observed Soundings
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Figure 19: 12z Wallops Island, VA sounding Figure 20: 12z Sterling, VA sounding Figure 21: 12z Islip, NY sounding
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Figure 22: 00z Wallops Island, VA sounding Figure 23: 00z Sterling, VA sounding Figure 24: 00z Islip, NY sounding

Quantitative Precipitation Estimation and Excessive Rainfall Outlook

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Figure 1: nowCOAST 3-day quantitative precipitation estimation for the Mid-Atlantic region ending 12z 11 July 2020. Figure 2: Same as Fig. 1, zoomed to the WFO PHI county warning area. Figure 3: 16z WPC Day-1 Excessive Rainfall Outlook for 10 July 2020.

Watches, Warnings, and Advisories Issued

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Preliminary Local Storm Reports

 

NWUS51 KPHI 110933
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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
533 AM EDT SAT JUL 11 2020

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0635 AM     FLOOD            FENWICK ISLAND          38.45N 75.05W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            STANDING WATER ON THE ROADWAY ON ROUTE 1 AT 
            ROUTE 54. 

0641 AM     FLOOD            3 W LONG NECK           38.62N 75.20W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            FLOODING OF ROADS AND RESIDENTIAL AREAS NEAR 
            LONG NECK. 

0654 AM     FLASH FLOOD      BETHANY BEACH           38.54N 75.06W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   PUBLIC           

            ESTIMATED 1 TO 2.5 FEET OF WATER INUNDATING 
            ROADS IN BETHANY BEACH. REPORT VIA SOCIAL 
            MEDIA WITH VIDEO. 

0700 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SW LONG NECK          38.60N 75.17W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            RIVER ROAD AND OAK ORCHARD AVENUE CLOSED 
            FROM FLOODING. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON 
            SURROUNDING REPORTS AND GAUGE OBSERVATIONS. 

0720 AM     TROPICAL STORM   5 E LONG NECK           38.61N 75.06W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            A DELAWARE DOT GAUGE (DEL17) MEASURED 
            SUSTAINED WINDS OF 39 MPH GUSTING TO 47 MPH. 
            SUSTAINED WINDS HAVE SINCE BEEN MEASURED AS 
            HIGH AS 47 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 57 MPH. 

0730 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 WSW FENWICK ISLAND    38.45N 75.06W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   PUBLIC           

            HIGH WATER OVER ROUTE 54 WEST OF ROUTE 1 
            CAUSED A VEHICLE ACCIDENT. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0730 AM     FLASH FLOOD      5 NE HARBESON           38.76N 75.22W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            CAVE NECK ROAD CLOSED EAST OF MILTON FROM 
            FLOODING. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR AND 
            NEARBY REPORTS. 

0808 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WNW LEWES             38.79N 75.16W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   MESONET          

            WEATHERFLOW GAUGE XLEW REPORTS A SUSTAINED 
            WIND OF 41 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 49 MPH. 

0812 AM     COASTAL FLOOD    1 SW HAYDEN PARK        39.69N 75.62W
07/10/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            TIDAL FLOODING ON THE CHRISTINA RIVER AND 
            TRIBUTARIES FORCED THE CLOSURE OF AIRPORT 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0829 AM     FLOOD            1 NNW NORTH WILDWOOD    39.01N 74.80W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 147 NEAR WALNUT 
            AVENUE IN NORTH WILDWOOD. TIME BASED ON 
            INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0834 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NW WILDWOOD           38.99N 74.83W
07/10/2020                   ANZ453             NJ   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            GEORGE REDDING BRIDGE CLOSED DUE TO 
            FLOODING. 

0836 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE LEWES             38.78N 75.12W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            NOS GAUGE REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 40 
            MPH WITH UP TO 49 MPH GUSTS. 

0845 AM     FLASH FLOOD      STONE HARBOR            39.05N 74.76W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   PUBLIC           

            SOCIAL MEDIA VIDEO OF WIDESPREAD FLOODED 
            ROADS IN STONE HARBOR. 

0855 AM     TROPICAL STORM   CAPE HENLOPEN           38.80N 75.09W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            39 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 47 
            MPH AT CAPE HENLOPEN. 

0900 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE CAPE MAY HARBOR   38.96N 74.88W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   PUBLIC           

            PERSONAL WEATHER STATION KNJCAPEM3 REPORTS 
            SUSTAINED WINDS OF 39 MPH. 

0903 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WNW LEWES             38.79N 75.16W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   MESONET          

            WEATHERFLOW SENSOR REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS 
            OF 47 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 56 MPH. 

0908 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE STRATHMERE        39.22N 74.64W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   MESONET          

            WEATHERFLOW SENSOR REPORTS 44 MPH SUSTAINED 
            WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 53 MPH. 

0910 AM     FLOOD            OCEAN CITY              39.28N 74.57W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            FLOODING OF MULTIPLE STREETS REPORTED IN 
            OCEAN CITY WITH 1 FOOT OF WATER IN SOME 
            AREAS. 

0918 AM     FLOOD            SEA ISLE CITY           39.16N 74.69W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            SEVERAL STREETS IN SEA ISLE CITY ARE 
            FLOODED. 

0922 AM     FLASH FLOOD      RIO GRANDE              39.01N 74.88W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            ROUTE 47 CLOSED IN BOTH DIRECTIONS NEAR US 9 
            DUE TO FLOODING. 

0926 AM     FLOOD            EGG HARBOR TWP          39.40N 74.63W
07/10/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            FLOODED ROADS REPORTED ON TILTON RD IN EGG 
            HARBOR TWP/NORTHFIELD AREA. 

0926 AM     FLASH FLOOD      AVALON                  39.10N 74.72W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN AVALON, WITH SEVERAL 
            CARS STRANDED. TIME BASED ON SOCIAL MEDIA 
            POSTS. 

0935 AM     TROPICAL STORM   BRANDYWINE SHOAL LIGHT  38.99N 75.11W
07/10/2020                   ANZ431             NJ   BUOY             

            42 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 55 
            MPH AT BRANDYWINE SHOAL LIGHT. 

0944 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SSW NASSAU            38.68N 75.16W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES NEAR CAMP ARROWHEAD 
            ROAD IN NASSAU. TIME ESTIMATED FROM UTILITY 
            REPORT. 

0945 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MARGATE CITY            39.32N 74.51W
07/10/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            MEDIA RELAYED REPORTS OF SIGNIFICANT 
            FLOODING FROM EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN 
            MARGATE CITY. SOCIAL MEDIA PICTURES SHOW 
            ABOUT 1-2 FEET OF WATER ON ROADWAYS. TIME 
            ESTIMATED. 

0953 AM     TROPICAL STORM   4 SE MYSTIC ISLAND      39.52N 74.32W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   MESONET          

            WEATHERFLOW SENSOR REPORTS 39 MPH SUSTAINED 
            WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 48 MPH. 

0954 AM     TROPICAL STORM   4 ESE LANOKA HARBOR     39.85N 74.09W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            PERSONAL WEATHER STATION KNJBERKE13 REPORTS 
            SUSTAINED WINDS OF 39 MPH. SUSTAINED WINDS 
            AS HIGH AS 49 MPH WERE LATER REPORTED. 

1003 AM     FLASH FLOOD      3 E HAMILTON TWP        39.46N 74.66W
07/10/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            EASTBOUND LANES OF US 322 CLOSED NEAR 
            COLOGNE AVE DUE TO FLOODING. 

1004 AM     FLOOD            1 SE ABSECON            39.42N 74.49W
07/10/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 30 EASTBOUND 
            BETWEEN ILLINOIS AVENUE AND DELILAH ROAD IN 
            ABSECON. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

1054 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 WNW LONG NECK         38.63N 75.20W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE AND POWER LINE NEAR AUTUMN ROAD 
            IN LONG NECK. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON 
            UTILITY REPORT. 

1121 AM     FLOOD            2 NNE JACKSONVILLE      40.07N 74.76W
07/10/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE 
            SOUTHBOUND SOUTH OF EXIT 6. LANE 
            RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON INITIAL 
            DOT REPORT. 

1153 AM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 E POCONO PINES        41.12N 75.44W
07/10/2020                   MONROE             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR WOODLAND 
            AVENUE. TIME ESTIMATED. 

1213 PM     FLOOD            1 SE WESTVILLE          39.86N 75.11W
07/10/2020                   CAMDEN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 295 NORTHBOUND SOUTH 
            OF THE INTERSTATE 76/276 INTERCHANGE. LANE 
            RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON INITIAL 
            DOT REPORT. 

1227 PM     FLOOD            2 ENE MOORESTOWN        39.97N 74.90W
07/10/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 295 SOUTHBOUND NORTH 
            OF EXIT 40 IN MOUNT LAUREL TWP. TIME BASED 
            ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

1228 PM     FLASH FLOOD      POINT PLEASANT BEACH    40.09N 74.05W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON ROUTE 35 NORTH OF WASHINGTON 
            AVENUE. ALL LANES CLOSED. 

1232 PM     FLOOD            1 WSW SOUTH RIVER       40.45N 74.40W
07/10/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 18 SOUTHBOUND 
            NORTH OF MILLTOWN ROAD. RAMP CLOSED. TIME 
            BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

1234 PM     TROPICAL STORM   SEDGE ISLAND            39.79N 74.12W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            PERSONAL WEATHER STATION KNJWARET3 REPORTS 
            SUSTAINED WINDS OF 40 MPH. 

1238 PM     FLASH FLOOD      4 SW LEISURE VILLAGE EA 40.01N 74.21W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 9 SOUTH 
            OF CHURCH ROAD IN TOMS RIVER TWP. TIME BASED 
            ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

1243 PM     FLASH FLOOD      SEASIDE HEIGHTS         39.95N 74.07W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            MEDIA RELAYS REPORT OF FLOODING ON HIERING 
            AVENUE IN SEASIDE HEIGHTS. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   CLARKSBURG              40.19N 74.44W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE SNAPPED HALFWAY UP THE TRUNK. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

1252 PM     FLOOD            SWEDESBORO              39.75N 75.31W
07/10/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            1 TO 2 FEET OF WATER ON SOME ROADS. 

1255 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSW SUMMERDALE        40.02N 75.10W
07/10/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            FRANKFORD CREEK EXCEEDED FLOOD STAGE OF 7 
            FEET AND CRESTED ABOVE MODERATE FLOOD STAGE 
            AT 8.13 FEET. 

1257 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 NNW SEABROOK FARMS    39.53N 75.24W
07/10/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON ROUTE 77 NEAR FRIESBURG ROAD. 
            ALL LANES CLOSED. 

0104 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NE OCEAN GATE         39.95N 74.11W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            PERSONAL WEATHER STATION KNJTOMSR157 REPORTS 
            SUSTAINED WINDS OF 42 MPH, WHICH LATER 
            INCREASED AS HIGH AS 45 MPH. 

0105 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 WSW COLLINGDALE       39.91N 75.29W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            WATER RESCUE ON OAK LANE IN DARBY TWP. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0107 PM     FLOOD            1 SSE RARITAN TWP       40.49N 74.86W
07/10/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NORTHBOUND NEAR 
            COUNTY ROAD 611 IN RARITAN TWP. TIME BASED 
            ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0108 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSE RIDLEY PARK       39.87N 75.31W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            WATER RESCUE ON INDUSTRIAL HIGHWAY IN 
            TINICUM TWP. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0112 PM     FLASH FLOOD      LANSDOWNE               39.94N 75.26W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            WATER RESCUE NEAR THE UNION AVENUE AND 
            BARTRAM AVENUE INTERSECTION IN UPPER DARBY 
            TWP. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0114 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 WSW WANAMASSA         40.23N 74.04W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLASH FLOOD REPORT FROM 1 
            WSW WANAMASSA. FLOODING ON ROUTE 66 EAST OF 
            ROUTE 18. ALL LANES CLOSED AND DETOURED. 

0115 PM     FLOOD            2 NNE FARMINGDALE       40.23N 74.15W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 WESTBOUND AT 
            STATE HIGHWAY 34. LANE RESTRICTIONS IN 
            PLACE. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0131 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE UPPER PROVIDENCE T 39.94N 75.38W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            REPORTS OF A WATER RESCUE NEAR ROSETREE ROAD 
            AND SANDY BANK ROAD. 

0137 PM     COASTAL FLOOD    1 SE PLEASANTVILLE      39.38N 74.50W
07/10/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            BLACK HORSE PIKE IN WEST ATLANTIC CITY HAS A 
            CLOSED LANE ON EACH SIDE. 

0137 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSE COLTS NECK        40.27N 74.17W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            TREE DOWN ON ROUTE 18 NORTHBOUND RAMP TO 
            ROUTE 34. RAMP CLOSED. 

0138 PM     FLASH FLOOD      MANTUA                  39.96N 75.18W
07/10/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            I-76 WESTBOUND BETWEEN I-676 AND THE SPRING 
            GARDEN STREET EXIT CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING. A 
            FEW OTHER LANE RESTRICTIONS AND CLOSURES 
            REPORTED AROUND THE AREA AS WELL. 

0143 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WNW LEWES             38.79N 75.16W
07/10/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   MESONET          

            WEATHERFLOW SENSOR REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS 
            OF 45 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 55 MPH. 

0150 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSE GLASSBORO         39.70N 75.11W
07/10/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING SOUTH OF US 322 ON ROUTE 47 IN 
            GLASSBORO. ALL LANES CLOSED AND DETOURED. 

0153 PM     FLOOD            1 SSE HIGHLAND PARK     40.48N 74.42W
07/10/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NORTHBOUND RAMP 
            TO STATE HIGHWAY 18 IN NEW BRUNSWICK. RAMP 
            CLOSED. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SE LAKEWOOD           40.06N 74.15W
07/10/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            TREES AND WIRES DOWN NEAR CHARLES DRIVE IN 
            BRICK TWP. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SE MANAYUNK           40.01N 75.20W
07/10/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   NEWSPAPER        

            VEHICLE STUCK IN FLOOD WATERS 2 TO 4 FEET 
            DEEP ON RIDGE AVENUE. TIME ESTIMATED BASED 
            ON RADAR AND SURROUNDING REPORTS. 

0204 PM     FLASH FLOOD      TRAINER                 39.83N 75.41W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            WATER RESCUE ON MAIN STREAT NEAR THE 
            RAILROAD TRACKS. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0207 PM     FLOOD            1 NE WILMINGTON         39.75N 75.54W
07/10/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            BUSINESS ROUTE 13 NEAR WALNUT STREET AND 
            BRANDYWINE CREEK WAS FLOODED. TIME BASED ON 
            FIRST DOT REPORT. 

0227 PM     FLASH FLOOD      PHILADELPHIA            40.05N 75.03W
07/10/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   PUBLIC           

            PENNYPACK CREEK HAS EXCEEDED ITS FLOOD STAGE 
            OF 7.0 FEET. 

0228 PM     FLOOD            2 NE MORRISTOWN         40.81N 74.45W
07/10/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 287 NEAR EXIT 37. 
            LANE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON 
            INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 WSW HARRISONVILLE     39.68N 75.30W
07/10/2020                   SALEM              NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 45 BETWEEN 
            POINT AIRY ROAD IN PILESGROVE TWP AND 
            SWEDESBORO-HARRISONVILLE ROAD IN SOUTH 
            HARRISON TWP. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME BASED 
            ON RADAR AND SURROUNDING REPORTS. 

0230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNE WENONAH           39.80N 75.14W
07/10/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            GLASSBORO ROAD IN MANTUA CLOSED DUE TO 
            FLOODING. 

0237 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 ESE SUCCASUNNA        40.86N 74.63W
07/10/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 10 WESTBOUND 
            NEAR COUNTY ROAD 617 IN RANDOLPH TWP. ALL 
            LANES CLOSED. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT 
            REPORT. 

0244 PM     FLOOD            2 NW WYOMING            39.14N 75.59W
07/10/2020                   KENT               DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON HAZLETTVILLE ROAD NEAR TODDS 
            MILL ROAD NEAR WYOMING. TIME BASED ON FIRST 
            DOT REPORT. 

0245 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SW NORTH BRUNSWICK    40.46N 74.48W
07/10/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 91 NEAR 
            HURON ROAD. ROAD CLOSED. TIME ESTIMATED FROM 
            RADAR AND SURROUNDING REPORTS. 

0246 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW KEANSBURG         40.46N 74.14W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   MESONET          

            STATION ON KEANSBURG PIER MEASURED A 
            SUSTAINED WIND OF 40 MPH WITH A GUST TO 54 
            MPH. 

0248 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SW TROOPER            40.14N 75.41W
07/10/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            FLOODING REPORTED ALONG A FEW ROAD CROSSINGS 
            OF MINE RUN INCLUDING PARK AVE AND CRAWFORD 
            ROAD. 

0300 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MANASQUAN               40.12N 74.05W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            TREES AND WIRES DOWN NEAR MAIN STREET IN 
            MANASQUAN. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0300 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WNW WEST FREEHOLD     40.25N 74.31W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 NEAR WEMROCK 
            ROAD LIKELY AS A RESULT OF RAIN AND WIND. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0306 PM     FLASH FLOOD      CHESTER                 39.85N 75.37W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            FLOODING CAUSED ROAD CLOSURES ON BARCLAY 
            STREET AND FULTON STREET. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0309 PM     FLOOD            GARFIELD PARK           39.70N 75.55W
07/10/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON NEW CASTLE AVENUE AT HALCYON 
            DRIVE. TIME BASED ON FIRST DOT REPORT. 

0315 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 W OAKHURST            40.26N 74.05W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED POWER LINES NEAR CLEARVIEW DRIVE IN 
            OCEAN TWP. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0315 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 WSW NEWTOWN SQUARE    39.97N 75.44W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE AT CRUM CREEK IN NEWTOWN SQUARE 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE. 

0316 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 ENE SEWELL            39.77N 75.14W
07/10/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            MANTUA CREEK FLOWING OVER GLASSBORO ROAD. 

0325 PM     FLOOD            1 SE EDGE HILL          39.16N 75.50W
07/10/2020                   KENT               DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON LITTLE CREEK ROAD BETWEEN U.S. 
            HIGHWAY 13 AND HORSEPOND ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0330 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WSW BELFORD           40.41N 74.10W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED POWER LINES NEAR LEONARDVILLE ROAD IN 
            NEW MONMOUTH. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0330 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE PORT-AU-PECK      40.33N 74.00W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR MOHICAN AVENUE. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0331 PM     FLOOD            FRANKLIN TWP            39.60N 75.06W
07/10/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            FLOODING OF ROADS NEAR STREAMS AND CREEKS. 

0345 PM     FLOOD            1 NW WILLISTOWN TWP     39.97N 75.51W
07/10/2020                   CHESTER            PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            HUNTERS RUN FLOODING A PORTION OF DUTTON 
            MILL ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0345 PM     FLASH FLOOD      PITMAN                  39.74N 75.11W
07/10/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON MANTUA CREEK AT PITMAN REACHED 
            FLOOD STAGE. 

0345 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SW KEANSBURG          40.44N 74.14W
07/10/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED POWER LINES ON LAUREL AVENUE IN 
            KEANSBURG. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0353 PM     FLASH FLOOD      GLOUCESTER CITY         39.89N 75.13W
07/10/2020                   CAMDEN             NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            FLOODED ROADS BEHIND THE GLOUCESTER CITY 
            MIDDLE SCHOOL. WATER WAS 2 TO 4 FEET DEEP IN 
            SOME AREAS. 

0359 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SE MIDDLETOWN TWP.    39.91N 75.42W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            FLOODING CLOSED NEW MIDDLETOWN ROAD NEAR 
            INDIAN LANE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0411 PM     FLASH FLOOD      LANSDOWNE               39.94N 75.26W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            SECOND WATER RESCUE ON UNION AVENUE NEAR 
            BARTRAM AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0415 PM     FLOOD            3 WSW CLOVERHILL        40.47N 74.83W
07/10/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE NESHANIC RIVER AT REAVILLE 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE. 

0424 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EDDYSTONE               39.86N 75.34W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            FLOODING CLOSED LEIPER STREET NEAR 10TH 
            STREET IN EDDYSTONE BOROUGH. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0445 PM     FLASH FLOOD      DARBY                   39.92N 75.26W
07/10/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   COUNTY OFFICIAL  

            MACDADE BOULEVARD CLOSED NEAR MAIN STREET 
            FROM FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0500 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 NNE HIGH BRIDGE       40.68N 74.89W
07/10/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR HIGH 
            BRIDGE-CALIFON ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0503 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 NNW TOBYHANNA TWP     41.14N 75.54W
07/10/2020                   MONROE             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR COTTONTAIL 
            LANE. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0519 PM     FLOOD            2 NNE CLAUSSVILLE       40.64N 75.65W
07/10/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON LEHIGH STREET AND INDIAN CREEK 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT. 

0530 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 NNE HOLLAND TWP       40.61N 75.12W
07/10/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR SPRING MILLS. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0530 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG MOUNTAIN LAKES          40.88N 74.45W
07/10/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   PUBLIC           

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR RAYNOLD ROAD. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0530 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 WNW DOUGLASS TWP      40.32N 75.69W
07/10/2020                   BERKS              PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR FERN DRIVE IN 
            WORMAN. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0530 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 S LEESPORT            40.43N 75.97W
07/10/2020                   BERKS              PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR CROSS KEYS ROAD 
            IN LEESPORT. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0530 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 2 ENE THREE BRIDGES     40.53N 74.76W
07/10/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR OLD YORK ROAD. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0530 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG EASTON                  40.69N 75.22W
07/10/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES IN EASTON. TIME 
            ESTIMATED. 

0533 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 W SPRINGFIELD TWP     40.53N 75.32W
07/10/2020                   BUCKS              PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR CHESTNUT 
            ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0538 PM     TROPICAL STORM   SEAVILLE                39.22N 74.69W
07/10/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY 
            SOUTHBOUND NORTH OF EXIT 20. LANE 
            RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. 

0600 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 ESE BOSSARDSVILLE     40.92N 75.26W
07/10/2020                   MONROE             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR FETHERMAN ROAD. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0600 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 NNW SCIOTA            40.95N 75.33W
07/10/2020                   MONROE             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES NEAR SMILEY LANE AND 
            PENSYL CREEK ROAD NEAR SCIOTA. TIME 
            ESTIMATED. 

0600 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG PEN ARGYL               40.87N 75.26W
07/10/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES NEAR BABBITT AVENUE IN 
            PEN ARGYL. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0600 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 3 SE SWINESBURG         40.62N 75.03W
07/10/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES NEAR BLOOMSBURY ROAD. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0623 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 2 W SOUTH HEIDELBERG TW 40.30N 76.10W
07/10/2020                   BERKS              PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR GALEN HALL 
            ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0629 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE HOPELAWN          40.53N 74.28W
07/10/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 440 NORTHBOUND 
            SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 35 IN PERTH AMBOY. 

0643 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 SW LEHIGH TWP         40.75N 75.55W
07/10/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR BLUE 
            MOUNTAIN DRIVE. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0700 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 1 WNW LOWER PROVIDENCE  40.19N 75.40W
07/10/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREE AND WIRES DOWN AT NORTH GRANGE AVE AND 
            WATER ST. 

0758 PM     FLOOD            1 ESE ANCIENT OAKS      40.55N 75.58W
07/10/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR HENSINGERSVILLE ROAD, SPRING 
            CREEK ROAD, MAIN STREET, AND FRANKLIN STREET 
            NEAR MILL CREEK ROAD. LANE CLOSURES IN 
            PLACE. 

0800 PM     FLOOD            2 N HOPEWELL TWP.       39.47N 75.26W
07/10/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE COHANSEY RIVER AT SEELEY 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE. 

0823 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG LOWER TOWAMENSING TWP   40.83N 75.53W
07/10/2020                   CARBON             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR SPRUCE 
            HOLLOW ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0833 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG ZIONSVILLE              40.48N 75.51W
07/10/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR KINGS 
            HIGHWAY. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0845 PM     FLOOD            1 SE MANAYUNK           40.02N 75.20W
07/10/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON WISSAHICKON CREEK AT 
            WISSAHICKON REACHED FLOOD STAGE. 

0853 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 2 N KUNKLETOWN          40.88N 75.45W
07/10/2020                   MONROE             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR FIDDLETOWN 
            ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0914 PM     FLOOD            TOBYHANNA               41.18N 75.42W
07/10/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 423 NEAR MAIN 
            STREET IN TOBYHANNA. ALL LANES CLOSED. 

0933 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 2 WSW HELLERTOWN        40.57N 75.37W
07/10/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR SAUCON 
            VALLEY ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

1033 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 2 SE SLATINGTON         40.73N 75.58W
07/10/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR RIVERVIEW 
            ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 

1123 PM     NON-TSTM WND DMG 2 WNW NAZARETH          40.75N 75.35W
07/10/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   UTILITY COMPANY  

            DOWNED TREE LIMBS AND WIRES NEAR KNAUSS 
            ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED. 


&&

$$

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Public Information Statement - Rainfall Totals

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
1026 AM EDT Sat Jul 11 2020

...PRECIPITATION REPORTS...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Lat/Lon              

...Delaware...

...Kent County...
Dover AFB (KDOV)             4.81 in   0800 PM 07/10   39.13N/75.47W        

...New Castle County...
Newark                       2.21 in   0445 PM 07/10   39.68N/75.76W        

...Sussex County...
1 SW Lewes                   6.97 in   0827 PM 07/10   38.77N/75.14W        
1 SSE Lewes                  6.17 in   0825 PM 07/10   38.76N/75.12W        
2 WNW Bethany Beach          6.00 in   0200 PM 07/10   38.55N/75.08W        
6 NW Lewes                   5.67 in   0827 PM 07/10   38.83N/75.22W        
Rehoboth Beach               5.50 in   0834 PM 07/10   38.72N/75.08W        
6 S Big Stone Beach          5.25 in   0834 PM 07/10   38.91N/75.31W        
1 NNW Lincoln                5.22 in   0302 PM 07/10   38.88N/75.44W        
2 NNE Harbeson               4.91 in   0316 PM 07/10   38.74N/75.26W        
5 S Big Stone Beach          4.90 in   0829 PM 07/10   38.93N/75.32W        
Delaware Coastal Airport (KG 3.63 in   0700 PM 07/10   38.69N/75.36W        

...Maryland...

...Cecil County...
1 SSE Pleasant Hill          1.48 in   0700 PM 07/10   39.66N/75.89W        

...New Jersey...

...Atlantic County...
Margate City                 5.50 in   1248 PM 07/10   39.33N/74.51W        
Egg Harbor Twp               4.62 in   1246 PM 07/10   39.39N/74.63W        
2 NE Somers Point            4.43 in   0333 PM 07/10   39.34N/74.58W        
Estell Manor                 3.97 in   0424 PM 07/10   39.38N/74.82W        
3 SW Egg Harbor Twp          3.84 in   0740 PM 07/10   39.36N/74.66W        
1 W Egg Harbor Twp           3.57 in   1247 PM 07/10   39.39N/74.64W        
Landisville                  3.50 in   0525 PM 07/10   39.53N/74.94W        
Atlantic City International  3.23 in   0740 PM 07/10   39.46N/74.58W        
Atlantic City                2.60 in   0800 PM 07/10   39.38N/74.42W        

...Burlington County...
Medford                      2.78 in   0600 AM 07/11   39.89N/74.82W        
Willingboro                  2.45 in   0730 PM 07/10   40.03N/74.89W        
South Jersey Regional Airpor 2.20 in   0740 PM 07/10   39.94N/74.85W        
NWS Mount Holly              2.16 in   0745 PM 07/10   40.01N/74.82W        

...Camden County...
Berlin                       3.75 in   0840 PM 07/10   39.80N/74.93W        
Lindenwold                   2.92 in   0525 PM 07/10   39.82N/74.97W        

...Cape May County...
1 SW Wildwood Crest          5.86 in   0832 PM 07/10   38.97N/74.84W        
1 W Erma                     4.57 in   0833 PM 07/10   39.00N/74.92W        
Villas                       4.45 in   0500 PM 07/10   39.03N/74.94W        
Erma                         4.10 in   0500 PM 07/10   39.00N/74.90W        
Cape May County Airport      3.84 in   0800 PM 07/10   39.01N/74.91W        
Dennisville                  2.93 in   0500 PM 07/10   39.20N/74.82W        
Ocean City                   1.67 in   0524 PM 07/10   39.28N/74.57W        

...Cumberland County...
Millville Municipal Airport  3.51 in   0745 PM 07/10   39.37N/75.07W        
3 S Vineland                 3.35 in   0900 AM 07/11   39.45N/75.03W        

...Gloucester County...
Mullica Hill                 5.84 in   0638 PM 07/10   39.74N/75.22W        
Franklin Twp                 5.28 in   0330 PM 07/10   39.60N/75.06W        
West Deptford Twp            5.07 in   1000 PM 07/10   39.84N/75.20W        
Pitman                       4.75 in   0419 PM 07/10   39.74N/75.12W        
1 SSW Deptford Twp           4.15 in   1000 PM 07/10   39.82N/75.13W        
Washington Twp               4.00 in   0348 PM 07/10   39.75N/75.08W        
Sewell                       3.65 in   0148 PM 07/10   39.77N/75.15W        

...Hunterdon County...
Flemington                   3.72 in   0415 PM 07/10   40.51N/74.86W        
Readington Twp               3.05 in   0600 AM 07/11   40.61N/74.78W        
Lebanon Twp                  3.03 in   0626 AM 07/11   40.72N/74.89W        
White House Station          2.35 in   0810 PM 07/10   40.62N/74.77W        
Bethlehem Twp                2.08 in   1046 PM 07/10   40.67N/75.02W        

...Mercer County...
Yardville                    2.62 in   0715 PM 07/10   40.18N/74.66W        
Ewing                        2.25 in   0935 PM 07/10   40.27N/74.80W        

...Middlesex County...
Spotswood                    3.05 in   1155 PM 07/10   40.40N/74.39W        
Edison                       2.36 in   1030 PM 07/10   40.53N/74.38W        
1 NNE Parlin                 2.20 in   0950 PM 07/10   40.48N/74.31W        
Edison                       2.18 in   0530 PM 07/10   40.53N/74.38W        
South Plainfield             1.99 in   0920 PM 07/10   40.59N/74.42W        
Woodbridge                   1.36 in   0206 PM 07/10   40.56N/74.27W        

...Monmouth County...
Howell                       3.50 in   0735 PM 07/10   40.16N/74.23W        
1 SSE Atlantic Highlands     1.31 in   0126 PM 07/10   40.40N/74.03W        

...Morris County...
Succasunna                   3.20 in   0645 AM 07/11   40.87N/74.64W        
Kinnelon                     3.09 in   0800 PM 07/10   41.00N/74.38W        
Jefferson Twp                2.96 in   0700 AM 07/11   41.00N/74.56W        
1 WSW Madison                2.69 in   0900 PM 07/10   40.75N/74.43W        
Milton                       2.64 in   0715 PM 07/10   41.02N/74.54W        
Madison                      2.52 in   0600 PM 07/10   40.76N/74.42W        

...Ocean County...
Whiting                      4.46 in   0945 PM 07/10   39.96N/74.38W        
Forked River                 2.25 in   0710 PM 07/10   39.85N/74.19W        

...Somerset County...
2 E Belle Mead               3.08 in   0810 PM 07/10   40.47N/74.63W        
Bernardsville                3.06 in   1110 PM 07/10   40.72N/74.57W        
Bridgewater                  2.79 in   1035 PM 07/10   40.59N/74.63W        
Somerset Airport (KSMQ)      2.42 in   0745 PM 07/10   40.63N/74.67W        
3 NW Bridgewater             2.24 in   0340 PM 07/10   40.63N/74.68W        
Bridgewater                  2.24 in   0340 PM 07/10   40.59N/74.63W        

...Sussex County...
2 ENE Hardyston Twp          3.15 in   0650 AM 07/11   41.12N/74.50W        
Newton                       2.70 in   0500 AM 07/11   41.06N/74.75W        
Aeroflex-Andover Airport (K1 2.25 in   0800 PM 07/10   41.01N/74.74W        
4 SW Wantage                 1.93 in   0430 AM 07/11   41.24N/74.65W        
Highland Lakes               1.35 in   0930 AM 07/11   41.18N/74.47W        

...Warren County...
Stewartsville                2.28 in   0715 PM 07/10   40.69N/75.11W        
1 SSW Marksboro              2.25 in   0810 PM 07/10   40.98N/74.91W        

...Pennsylvania...

...Berks County...
Huffs Church                 3.28 in   0600 AM 07/11   40.44N/75.61W        

...Bucks County...
Bensalem                     4.70 in   0755 PM 07/10   40.11N/74.93W        
Doylestown Airport (KDYL)    2.80 in   0800 PM 07/10   40.33N/75.12W        
Springtown                   2.07 in   0510 PM 07/10   40.56N/75.29W        

...Chester County...
West Chester                 3.13 in   0500 PM 07/10   39.96N/75.60W        
2 WSW Brookfield             3.01 in   0809 PM 07/10   39.84N/75.63W        
Berwyn                       2.75 in   0256 PM 07/10   40.05N/75.44W        
1 NNE East Coventry Twp      2.70 in   0700 PM 07/10   40.22N/75.61W        
2 S East Nantmeal Twp        2.54 in   0900 PM 07/10   40.09N/75.72W        
Exton                        2.52 in   0522 PM 07/10   40.03N/75.63W        
2 SE Exton                   2.17 in   0306 PM 07/10   40.01N/75.60W        
Berwyn                       1.75 in   0127 PM 07/10   40.05N/75.44W        

...Delaware County...
Lansdowne                    4.52 in   0758 PM 07/10   39.94N/75.27W        
Thornton                     3.96 in   0925 PM 07/10   39.91N/75.48W        
Broomall                     3.00 in   1123 PM 07/10   39.98N/75.36W        
Media                        2.51 in   0530 PM 07/10   39.92N/75.38W        

...Lehigh County...
Macungie                     2.59 in   0930 PM 07/10   40.52N/75.56W        
Washington Twp               1.88 in   0430 AM 07/11   40.72N/75.63W        

...Montgomery County...
Wynnewood                    5.26 in   0725 PM 07/10   40.00N/75.27W        
Ardmore                      4.50 in   0800 PM 07/10   40.01N/75.29W        
Jenkintown                   4.25 in   0815 PM 07/10   40.09N/75.12W        
Skippack Twp                 4.19 in   0800 AM 07/11   40.23N/75.41W        
New Hanover Twp              2.65 in   0440 PM 07/10   40.31N/75.58W        
Pottstown Municipal Airport  2.51 in   0745 PM 07/10   40.26N/75.67W        
Eagleville                   1.34 in   0729 PM 07/10   40.16N/75.40W        

...Northampton County...
Tatamy                       2.65 in   1100 PM 07/10   40.74N/75.25W        
Lehigh Twp                   2.54 in   1200 AM 07/11   40.76N/75.54W        
Plainfield Twp               2.21 in   0930 AM 07/11   40.80N/75.27W        
North Catasauqua             2.13 in   1202 AM 07/11   40.66N/75.48W        
Bangor                       2.06 in   1255 AM 07/11   40.87N/75.21W        
Bethlehem Twp                2.05 in   0615 AM 07/11   40.66N/75.33W        

...Philadelphia County...
Philadelphia International A 4.15 in   0745 PM 07/10   39.88N/75.22W        
Northeast Philadelphia Airpo 2.56 in   0745 PM 07/10   40.08N/75.01W        
&&

**METADATA**
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, DE, Kent, Dover AFB (KDOV), , , 39.127919086439, -75.466279684601, RAIN_24, 4.81, Inch, AWOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1645 PM, DE, New Castle, Newark, , , 39.682674253005, -75.756430326993, RAIN_24, 2.21, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1900 PM, DE, Sussex, Delaware Coastal Airport (KGED), , , 38.689786909461, -75.360192953643, RAIN_24, 3.63, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2029 PM, DE, Sussex, 5 S Big Stone Beach, , , 38.9304, -75.3198, RAIN_24, 4.90, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1516 PM, DE, Sussex, 2 NNE Harbeson, , , 38.7379, -75.2598, RAIN_24, 4.91, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1502 PM, DE, Sussex, 1 NNW Lincoln, , , 38.8846, -75.4351, RAIN_24, 5.22, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2034 PM, DE, Sussex, 6 S Big Stone Beach, , , 38.912, -75.3068, RAIN_24, 5.25, Inch, Mesonet, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2034 PM, DE, Sussex, Rehoboth Beach, , , 38.7202, -75.0764, RAIN_24, 5.50, Inch, Mesonet, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2027 PM, DE, Sussex, 6 NW Lewes, , , 38.8313, -75.2203, RAIN_24, 5.67, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1400 PM, DE, Sussex, 2 WNW Bethany Beach, , , 38.5486, -75.0819, RAIN_24, 6.00, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2025 PM, DE, Sussex, 1 SSE Lewes, , , 38.7606, -75.1204, RAIN_24, 6.17, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2027 PM, DE, Sussex, 1 SW Lewes, , , 38.7714, -75.1399, RAIN_24, 6.97, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1900 PM, MD, Cecil, 1 SSE Pleasant Hill, , , 39.6575, -75.8943, RAIN_24, 1.48, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, NJ, Atlantic, Atlantic City, , , 39.3762, -74.4231, RAIN_24, 2.60, Inch, Other Federal, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1940 PM, NJ, Atlantic, Atlantic City International Airport (KACY), , , 39.45818723765, -74.578275381622, RAIN_24, 3.23, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1725 PM, NJ, Atlantic, Landisville, , , 39.525057671688, -74.938233195845, RAIN, 3.50, Inch, Public, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1247 PM, NJ, Atlantic, 1 W Egg Harbor Twp, , , 39.3928, -74.6403, RAIN_24, 3.57, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1940 PM, NJ, Atlantic, 3 SW Egg Harbor Twp, , , 39.3619, -74.6597, RAIN_24, 3.84, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1624 PM, NJ, Atlantic, Estell Manor, , , 39.378, -74.8249, RAIN_24, 3.97, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1533 PM, NJ, Atlantic, 2 NE Somers Point, , , 39.3356, -74.5759, RAIN_24, 4.43, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1246 PM, NJ, Atlantic, Egg Harbor Twp, , , 39.3925, -74.6298, RAIN_24, 4.62, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1248 PM, NJ, Atlantic, Margate City, , , 39.3294, -74.5114, RAIN_24, 5.5, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1945 PM, NJ, Burlington, NWS Mount Holly, , , 40.013453504304, -74.817305802403, RAIN_24, 2.16, Inch, Official NWS Obs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1940 PM, NJ, Burlington, South Jersey Regional Airport (KVAY), , , 39.942373146681, -74.847397505341, RAIN_24, 2.20, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1930 PM, NJ, Burlington, Willingboro, , , 40.0315, -74.889, RAIN_24, 2.45, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0600 AM, NJ, Burlington, Medford, , , 39.888407761371, -74.822072087848, RAIN, 2.78, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1725 PM, NJ, Camden, Lindenwold, , , 39.816915192545, -74.970264135888, RAIN, 2.92, Inch, NWS Employee, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2040 PM, NJ, Camden, Berlin, , , 39.7984, -74.9312, RAIN_24, 3.75, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1724 PM, NJ, Cape May, Ocean City, , , 39.27879051735, -74.573501049576, RAIN, 1.67, Inch, Amateur Radio, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1700 PM, NJ, Cape May, Dennisville, , , 39.195758621211, -74.815801083145, RAIN, 2.93, Inch, Amateur Radio, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, NJ, Cape May, Cape May County Airport, , , 39.008769507856, -74.911813437041, RAIN_24, 3.84, Inch, AWOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1700 PM, NJ, Cape May, Erma, , , 39, -74.9, RAIN, 4.10, Inch, Amateur Radio, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1700 PM, NJ, Cape May, Villas, , , 39.029333497133, -74.937251507339, RAIN, 4.45, Inch, Amateur Radio, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2033 PM, NJ, Cape May, 1 W Erma, , , 39.0006, -74.9202, RAIN_24, 4.57, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2032 PM, NJ, Cape May, 1 SW Wildwood Crest, , , 38.9718, -74.8402, RAIN_24, 5.86, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0900 AM, NJ, Cumberland, 3 S Vineland, , , 39.4465, -75.0276, RAIN_24, 3.35, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1945 PM, NJ, Cumberland, Millville Municipal Airport (KMIV), , , 39.368401336541, -75.072917639311, RAIN_24, 3.51, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1348 PM, NJ, Gloucester, Sewell, , , 39.7687, -75.1503, RAIN_24, 3.65, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1548 PM, NJ, Gloucester, Washington Twp, , , 39.7512, -75.0766, RAIN_24, 4.00, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2200 PM, NJ, Gloucester, 1 SSW Deptford Twp, , , 39.8223, -75.1287, RAIN_24, 4.15, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1619 PM, NJ, Gloucester, Pitman, , , 39.7359, -75.1195, RAIN_24, 4.75, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2200 PM, NJ, Gloucester, West Deptford Twp, , , 39.841167589115, -75.199458896215, RAIN_24, 5.07, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1530 PM, NJ, Gloucester, Franklin Twp, , , 39.5962, -75.0619, RAIN_24, 5.28, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1838 PM, NJ, Gloucester, Mullica Hill, , , 39.739190000000065, -75.22479999999996, RAIN_24, 5.84, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2246 PM, NJ, Hunterdon, Bethlehem Twp, , , 40.666, -75.0169, RAIN_24, 2.08, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2010 PM, NJ, Hunterdon, White House Station, , , 40.6171, -74.7735, RAIN_24, 2.35, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0626 AM, NJ, Hunterdon, Lebanon Twp, , , 40.718991346937, -74.888966380648, RAIN, 3.03, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0600 AM, NJ, Hunterdon, Readington Twp, , , 40.6087, -74.7751, RAIN_24, 3.05, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1615 PM, NJ, Hunterdon, Flemington, , , 40.510367029989, -74.860990940628, RAIN_24, 3.72, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2135 PM, NJ, Mercer, Ewing, , , 40.2708, -74.7985, RAIN_24, 2.25, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1915 PM, NJ, Mercer, Yardville, , , 40.1801, -74.6645, RAIN_24, 2.62, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1406 PM, NJ, Middlesex, Woodbridge, , , 40.5583, -74.2747, RAIN_24, 1.36, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2120 PM, NJ, Middlesex, South Plainfield, , , 40.586, -74.4181, RAIN_24, 1.99, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1730 PM, NJ, Middlesex, Edison, , , 40.530638213627, -74.380006491231, RAIN, 2.18, Inch, Newspaper, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2150 PM, NJ, Middlesex, 1 NNE Parlin, , , 40.4751, -74.311, RAIN_24, 2.20, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2230 PM, NJ, Middlesex, Edison, , , 40.5307, -74.3808, RAIN_24, 2.36, Inch, Newspaper, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2355 PM, NJ, Middlesex, Spotswood, , , 40.3999, -74.3871, RAIN_24, 3.05, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1326 PM, NJ, Monmouth, 1 SSE Atlantic Highlands, , , 40.3994, -74.0348, RAIN_24, 1.31, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1935 PM, NJ, Monmouth, Howell, , , 40.1582, -74.2292, RAIN_24, 3.50, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1800 PM, NJ, Morris, Madison, , , 40.757312575701, -74.416138528868, RAIN_24, 2.52, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1915 PM, NJ, Morris, Milton, , , 41.0219, -74.5365, RAIN_24, 2.64, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2100 PM, NJ, Morris, 1 WSW Madison, , , 40.753, -74.4308, RAIN_24, 2.69, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0700 AM, NJ, Morris, Jefferson Twp, , , 41.003336, -74.557575, RAIN, 2.96, Inch, Cocorahs, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, NJ, Morris, Kinnelon, , , 40.9994, -74.3766, RAIN_24, 3.09, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0645 AM, NJ, Morris, Succasunna, , , 40.8686, -74.6411, RAIN_24, 3.20, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1910 PM, NJ, Ocean, Forked River, , , 39.8457, -74.1883, RAIN_24, 2.25, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2145 PM, NJ, Ocean, Whiting, , , 39.9554, -74.379, RAIN_24, 4.46, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1540 PM, NJ, Somerset, 3 NW Bridgewater, , , 40.6264, -74.6766, RAIN_24, 2.24, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1540 PM, NJ, Somerset, Bridgewater, , , 40.5915901441, -74.632219969327, RAIN_24, 2.24, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1945 PM, NJ, Somerset, Somerset Airport (KSMQ), , , 40.625734157748, -74.670285879669, RAIN_24, 2.42, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2235 PM, NJ, Somerset, Bridgewater, , , 40.5922, -74.6334, RAIN_24, 2.79, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2310 PM, NJ, Somerset, Bernardsville, , , 40.7196, -74.5706, RAIN_24, 3.06, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2010 PM, NJ, Somerset, 2 E Belle Mead, , , 40.4713, -74.6302, RAIN_24, 3.08, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0930 AM, NJ, Sussex, Highland Lakes, , , 41.176915619851, -74.468860029266, RAIN, 1.35, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0430 AM, NJ, Sussex, 4 SW Wantage, , , 41.24, -74.65, RAIN_24, 1.93, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, NJ, Sussex, Aeroflex-Andover Airport (K12N), , , 41.008683775061, -74.738113581236, RAIN_24, 2.25, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0500 AM, NJ, Sussex, Newton, , , 41.058973661265, -74.75367039351, RAIN, 2.70, Inch, Public, Storm total rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0650 AM, NJ, Sussex, 2 ENE Hardyston Twp, , , 41.1235, -74.4993, RAIN_24, 3.15, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2010 PM, NJ, Warren, 1 SSW Marksboro, , , 40.9753, -74.9121, RAIN_24, 2.25, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1915 PM, NJ, Warren, Stewartsville, , , 40.6949, -75.1115, RAIN_24, 2.28, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0600 AM, PA, Berks, Huffs Church, , , 40.4444, -75.6147, RAIN_24, 3.28, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1710 PM, PA, Bucks, Springtown, , , 40.5564, -75.2897, RAIN, 2.07, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, PA, Bucks, Doylestown Airport (KDYL), , , 40.332991435069, -75.122356115875, RAIN_24, 2.80, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1955 PM, PA, Bucks, Bensalem, , , 40.1099, -74.9297, RAIN_24, 4.70, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1327 PM, PA, Chester, Berwyn, , , 40.0497, -75.4387, RAIN_24, 1.75, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1506 PM, PA, Chester, 2 SE Exton, , , 40.0072, -75.6017, RAIN_24, 2.17, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1722 PM, PA, Chester, Exton, , , 40.028762383651, -75.632313787037, RAIN, 2.52, Inch, Cocorahs, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2100 PM, PA, Chester, 2 S East Nantmeal Twp, , , 40.0895, -75.7207, RAIN_24, 2.54, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1900 PM, PA, Chester, 1 NNE East Coventry Twp, , , 40.22, -75.6124, RAIN_24, 2.70, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1456 PM, PA, Chester, Berwyn, , , 40.049, -75.438, RAIN_24, 2.75, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2009 PM, PA, Chester, 2 WSW Brookfield, , , 39.8408, -75.6327, RAIN_24, 3.01, Inch, Cocorahs, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1700 PM, PA, Chester, West Chester, , , 39.963674385733, -75.597498714023, RAIN, 3.13, Inch, Cocorahs, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1730 PM, PA, Delaware, Media, , , 39.919847480962, -75.384096800385, RAIN, 2.51, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2323 PM, PA, Delaware, Broomall, , , 39.9819, -75.358, RAIN_24, 3.00, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2125 PM, PA, Delaware, Thornton, , , 39.9143, -75.4837, RAIN_24, 3.96, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1958 PM, PA, Delaware, Lansdowne, , , 39.9399, -75.2736, RAIN_24, 4.52, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0430 AM, PA, Lehigh, Washington Twp, , , 40.7163, -75.6251, RAIN_24, 1.88, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2130 PM, PA, Lehigh, Macungie, , , 40.5163, -75.5559, RAIN_24, 2.59, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1929 PM, PA, Montgomery, Eagleville, , , 40.1585, -75.3989, RAIN_24, 1.34, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1945 PM, PA, Montgomery, Pottstown Municipal Airport (KPTW), , , 40.26071985943, -75.669870077666, RAIN_24, 2.51, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1640 PM, PA, Montgomery, New Hanover Twp, , , 40.3054, -75.5799, RAIN_24, 2.65, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0800 AM, PA, Montgomery, Skippack Twp, , , 40.228552506232, -75.405720769489, RAIN, 4.19, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2015 PM, PA, Montgomery, Jenkintown, , , 40.095, -75.1238, RAIN_24, 4.25, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2000 PM, PA, Montgomery, Ardmore, , , 40.0085, -75.2919, RAIN_24, 4.50, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1925 PM, PA, Montgomery, Wynnewood, , , 40.0002, -75.2732, RAIN_24, 5.26, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0615 AM, PA, Northampton, Bethlehem Twp, , , 40.6567, -75.334, RAIN_24, 2.05, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0055 AM, PA, Northampton, Bangor, , , 40.8691, -75.2066, RAIN_24, 2.06, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0002 AM, PA, Northampton, North Catasauqua, , , 40.664, -75.4771, RAIN_24, 2.13, Inch, Public, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0930 AM, PA, Northampton, Plainfield Twp, , , 40.8037, -75.2678, RAIN_24, 2.21, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/11/2020,0000 AM, PA, Northampton, Lehigh Twp, , , 40.7553, -75.54, RAIN_24, 2.54, Inch, Trained Spotter, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,2300 PM, PA, Northampton, Tatamy, , , 40.7402682891, -75.253253280216, RAIN, 2.65, Inch, Trained Spotter, Storm total rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1945 PM, PA, Philadelphia, Northeast Philadelphia Airport, , , 40.081804379981, -75.012407003936, RAIN_24, 2.56, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,
:7/10/2020,1945 PM, PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia International Airport, , , 39.877491019808, -75.224837957915, RAIN_24, 4.15, Inch, ASOS, 24 hour rainfall,

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. We thank all volunteer weather observers 
for their dedication. Not all data listed are considered official.

$$

Post Tropical Cyclone Report

ACUS71 KPHI 110521
PSHPHI

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM FAY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
121 PM EDT SAT JUL 11 2020


NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY....AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES
AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE.

THIS REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS OCCURRING WHEN WATCHES AND/OR WARNINGS
WERE IN EFFECT...OR WHEN SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH FAY
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...ATLANTIC...BURLINGTON...CAPE MAY...MIDDLESEX...
MONMOUTH...OCEAN...SUSSEX, DE






A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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KACY-ATLANTIC CITY IN NJ
39.46 -74.57  1000.5  10/1954   110/020  10/1644   070/038 10/1422  

KGED-GEORGETOWN/SUSSEX CO DE
38.70 -75.36  1004.6  10/1654   360/019  10/1502   010/033 10/1425  

KMJX-MILLER AIR PARK, TOMS RIVER NJ
39.93 -74.29  1006.1  11/0256   210/013  11/0410   220/023 11/0256  

KDOV-DOVER AFB DE
39.14 -75.47  1004.3  10/1856   280/019  10/2120   280/030 10/2120  

REMARKS: 


NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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XPER-PERTH AMBOY
40.91 -74.28  999     10/0221   999/027  10/1841   999/036 10/1851  
                                  10.4

BRICK-BRICK
40.08 -74.11  999     10/1801   999/032  10/1311   999/040 10/1301  
                                  10.4

SNDYH-SANDY HOOK
40.46 -74.00                    999/027  10/1336   999/037 10/1342  
                                   5.5



B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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SDHN4-SANDY HOOK
40.47 -74.01  1002.4  11/0024   080/027  10/1736   080/036 10/1718  
                                   5.5

CMAN4-CAPE MAY
38.97 -74.95  1001.5  10/1818   300/029  10/2018   300/034 10/2024  
                                   9.7

SJSN4-SHIP JOHN
39.31 -75.37  1003.3  10/1954   999/999            999/999          
                                  14.8

44009-BUOY 44009
38.47 -74.70  9999              999/999            999/999          
                                   4.9

ACYN4-ATLANTIC CITY NOS
39.36 -74.41  1000.5  10/1954   999/999                             

44065-ENTRANCE TO NY HARBOR
40.37 -73.70  1002.2  10/2330   090/029  10/1830   020/029 10/1920  
                                   4.1

44066-TEXAS TOWER 4
39.59 -72.60  1007.9  10/2320   999/999                             
                                   4.1

LWSD1-LEWES
38.79 -75.12  1003.0  10/1712   320/035  10/1812   320/043 10/1800  
                                   9.5

REMARKS: 


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0000 UTC JUL 11 UNTIL 0000 UTC JUL 11
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)   
DEG DECIMAL
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PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIO      PHILADELPHIA                      4.15  
39.88  -75.22

NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA       PHILADELPHIA                      2.56  
40.08  -75.01

PLAINFIELD TWP               NORTHAMPTON                       2.21  
40.80  -75.27

BETHLEHEM TWP                NORTHAMPTON                       2.05  
40.66  -75.33

BANGOR                       NORTHAMPTON                       2.06  
40.87  -75.21

NORTH CATASAUQUA             NORTHAMPTON                       2.13  
40.66  -75.48

LEHIGH TWP                   NORTHAMPTON                       2.54  
40.76  -75.54

TATAMY                       NORTHAMPTON                       2.65  
40.74  -75.25

SKIPPACK TWP                 MONTGOMERY                        4.19  
40.23  -75.41

JENKINTOWN                   MONTGOMERY                        4.25  
40.09  -75.12

ARDMORE                      MONTGOMERY                        4.50  
40.01  -75.29

POTTSTOWN MUNICIPAL AIR      MONTGOMERY                        2.51  
40.26  -75.67

EAGLEVILLE                   MONTGOMERY                        1.34  
40.16  -75.40

WYNNEWOOD                    MONTGOMERY                        5.26  
40.00  -75.27

NEW HANOVER TWP              MONTGOMERY                        2.65  
40.31  -75.58

WASHINGTON TWP               LEHIGH                            1.88  
40.72  -75.63

MACUNGIE                     LEHIGH                            2.59  
40.52  -75.56

BROOMALL                     DELAWARE                          3.00  
39.98  -75.36

THORNTON                     DELAWARE                          3.96  
39.91  -75.48

LANSDOWNE                    DELAWARE                          4.52  
39.94  -75.27

MEDIA                        DELAWARE                          2.51  
39.92  -75.38

2 S EAST NANTMEAL TWP        CHESTER                           2.54  
40.09  -75.72

2 WSW BROOKFIELD             CHESTER                           3.01  
39.84  -75.63

1 NNE EAST COVENTRY TWP      CHESTER                           2.70  
40.22  -75.61

EXTON                        CHESTER                           2.52  
40.03  -75.63

WEST CHESTER                 CHESTER                           3.13  
39.96  -75.60

2 SE EXTON                   CHESTER                           2.17  
40.01  -75.60

BERWYN                       CHESTER                           2.75  
40.05  -75.44

BERWYN                       CHESTER                           1.75  
40.05  -75.44

DOYLESTOWN AIRPORT (KDY      BUCKS                             2.80  
40.33  -75.12

BENSALEM                     BUCKS                             4.70  
40.11  -74.93

SPRINGTOWN                   BUCKS                             2.07  
40.56  -75.29

HUFFS CHURCH                 BERKS                             3.28  
40.44  -75.61

1 SSW MARKSBORO              WARREN                            2.25  
40.98  -74.91

STEWARTSVILLE                WARREN                            2.28  
40.69  -75.11

HIGHLAND LAKES               SUSSEX                            1.35  
41.18  -74.47

2 ENE HARDYSTON TWP          SUSSEX                            3.15  
41.12  -74.50

NEWTON                       SUSSEX                            2.70  
41.06  -74.75

4 SW WANTAGE                 SUSSEX                            1.93  
41.24  -74.65

AEROFLEX-ANDOVER AIRPOR      SUSSEX                            2.25  
41.01  -74.74

BERNARDSVILLE                SOMERSET                          3.06  
40.72  -74.57

BRIDGEWATER                  SOMERSET                          2.79  
40.59  -74.63

2 E BELLE MEAD               SOMERSET                          3.08  
40.47  -74.63

SOMERSET AIRPORT (KSMQ)      SOMERSET                          2.42  
40.63  -74.67

BRIDGEWATER                  SOMERSET                          2.24  
40.59  -74.63

3 NW BRIDGEWATER             SOMERSET                          2.24  
40.63  -74.68

WHITING                      OCEAN                             4.46  
39.96  -74.38

FORKED RIVER                 OCEAN                             2.25  
39.85  -74.19

JEFFERSON TWP                MORRIS                            2.96  
41.00  -74.56

SUCCASUNNA                   MORRIS                            3.20  
40.87  -74.64

1 WSW MADISON                MORRIS                            2.69  
40.75  -74.43

KINNELON                     MORRIS                            3.09  
41.00  -74.38

MILTON                       MORRIS                            2.64  
41.02  -74.54

MADISON                      MORRIS                            2.52  
40.76  -74.42

HOWELL                       MONMOUTH                          3.50  
40.16  -74.23

1 SSE ATLANTIC HIGHLAND      MONMOUTH                          1.31  
40.40  -74.03

SPOTSWOOD                    MIDDLESEX                         3.05  
40.40  -74.39

EDISON                       MIDDLESEX                         2.36  
40.53  -74.38

1 NNE PARLIN                 MIDDLESEX                         2.20  
40.48  -74.31

SOUTH PLAINFIELD             MIDDLESEX                         1.99  
40.59  -74.42

EDISON                       MIDDLESEX                         2.18  
40.53  -74.38

WOODBRIDGE                   MIDDLESEX                         1.36  
40.56  -74.27

EWING                        MERCER                            2.25  
40.27  -74.80

YARDVILLE                    MERCER                            2.62  
40.18  -74.66

LEBANON TWP                  HUNTERDON                         3.03  
40.72  -74.89

READINGTON TWP               HUNTERDON                         3.05  
40.61  -74.78

BETHLEHEM TWP                HUNTERDON                         2.08  
40.67  -75.02

WHITE HOUSE STATION          HUNTERDON                         2.35  
40.62  -74.77

FLEMINGTON                   HUNTERDON                         3.72  
40.51  -74.86

WEST DEPTFORD TWP            GLOUCESTER                        5.07  
39.84  -75.20

1 SSW DEPTFORD TWP           GLOUCESTER                        4.15  
39.82  -75.13

MULLICA HILL                 GLOUCESTER                        5.84  
39.74  -75.22

PITMAN                       GLOUCESTER                        4.75  
39.74  -75.12

WASHINGTON TWP               GLOUCESTER                        4.00  
39.75  -75.08

FRANKLIN TWP                 GLOUCESTER                        5.28  
39.60  -75.06

SEWELL                       GLOUCESTER                        3.65  
39.77  -75.15

3 S VINELAND                 CUMBERLAND                        3.35  
39.45  -75.03

MILLVILLE MUNICIPAL AIR      CUMBERLAND                        3.51  
39.37  -75.07

1 W ERMA                     CAPE MAY                          4.57  
39.00  -74.92

1 SW WILDWOOD CREST          CAPE MAY                          5.86  
38.97  -74.84

CAPE MAY COUNTY AIRPORT      CAPE MAY                          3.84  
39.01  -74.91

OCEAN CITY                   CAPE MAY                          1.67  
39.28  -74.57

DENNISVILLE                  CAPE MAY                          2.93  
39.20  -74.82

ERMA                         CAPE MAY                          4.10  
39.00  -74.90

VILLAS                       CAPE MAY                          4.45  
39.03  -74.94

BERLIN                       CAMDEN                            3.75  
39.80  -74.93

LINDENWOLD                   CAMDEN                            2.92  
39.82  -74.97

MEDFORD                      BURLINGTON                        2.78  
39.89  -74.82

NWS MOUNT HOLLY              BURLINGTON                        2.16  
40.01  -74.82

SOUTH JERSEY REGIONAL A      BURLINGTON                        2.20  
39.94  -74.85

WILLINGBORO                  BURLINGTON                        2.45  
40.03  -74.89

ATLANTIC CITY MARINA         ATLANTIC                          2.60  
39.38  -74.42

SOMERS POINT                 ATLANTIC                          3.84  
39.36  -74.66

ATLANTIC CITY INTERNATI      ATLANTIC                          3.23  
39.46  -74.58

LANDISVILLE                  ATLANTIC                          3.50  
39.53  -74.94

ESTELL MANOR                 ATLANTIC                          3.97  
39.38  -74.82

2 NE SOMERS POINT            ATLANTIC                          4.43  
39.34  -74.58

MARGATE CITY                 ATLANTIC                          5.50  
39.33  -74.51

1 W EGG HARBOR TWP           ATLANTIC                          3.57  
39.39  -74.64

EGG HARBOR TWP               ATLANTIC                          4.62  
39.39  -74.63

4.8 NW ELKTON                CECIL                             1.48  
39.66  -75.89

6 S BIG STONE BEACH          SUSSEX                            5.25  
38.91  -75.31

REHOBOTH BEACH               SUSSEX                            5.50  
38.72  -75.08

5 S BIG STONE BEACH          SUSSEX                            4.90  
38.93  -75.32

1 SW LEWES                   SUSSEX                            6.97  
38.77  -75.14

6 NW LEWES                   SUSSEX                            5.67  
38.83  -75.22

1 SSE LEWES                  SUSSEX                            6.17  
38.76  -75.12

DELAWARE COASTAL AIRPOR      SUSSEX                            3.63  
38.69  -75.36

2 NNE HARBESON               SUSSEX                            4.91  
38.74  -75.26

2 S MILFORD                  SUSSEX                            5.22  
38.88  -75.44

OCEAN VIEW                   SUSSEX                            6.00  
38.55  -75.08

NEWARK                       NEW CASTLE                        2.21  
39.68  -75.76

DOVER AFB (KDOV)             KENT                              4.81  
39.13  -75.47

1 NE BOSSARDSVILLE           MONROE                            3.21  
40.94  -75.26

1 ESE SCIOTA                 MONROE                            3.56  
40.92  -75.30

SOMERDALE                    CAMDEN                            3.91  
39.85  -75.02

MATAWAN                      MONMOUTH                          2.45  
40.41  -74.23

LAUREL                       SUSSEX                            2.50  
38.56  -75.56



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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PHILADELPHIA...THE GAUGE ON WISSAHICKON CREEK AT WISSAHICKON REACHED
FLOOD STAGE.

PHILADELPHIA...PENNYPACK CREEK HAS EXCEEDED ITS FLOOD STAGE OF 7.0
FEET.

PHILADELPHIA...VEHICLE STUCK IN FLOOD WATERS 2 TO 4 FEET DEEP ON
RIDGE AVENUE. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON RADAR AND SURROUNDING REPORTS.

PHILADELPHIA...I-76 WESTBOUND BETWEEN I-676 AND THE SPRING GARDEN
STREET EXIT CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING. A FEW OTHER LANE RESTRICTIONS
AND CLOSURES REPORTED AROUND THE AREA AS WELL.

PHILADELPHIA...FRANKFORD CREEK EXCEEDED FLOOD STAGE OF 7 FEET AND
CRESTED ABOVE MODERATE FLOOD STAGE AT 8.13 FEET.

MONTGOMERY...FLOODING REPORTED ALONG A FEW ROAD CROSSINGS OF MINE
RUN INCLUDING PARK AVE AND CRAWFORD ROAD.

MONROE...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 423 NEAR MAIN STREET IN
TOBYHANNA. ALL LANES CLOSED.

LEHIGH...FLOODING NEAR HENSINGERSVILLE ROAD, SPRING CREEK ROAD, MAIN
STREET, AND FRANKLIN STREET NEAR MILL CREEK ROAD. LANE CLOSURES IN
PLACE.

LEHIGH...FLOODING ON LEHIGH STREET AND INDIAN CREEK ROAD. TIME BASED
ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

DELAWARE...MACDADE BOULEVARD CLOSED NEAR MAIN STREET FROM FLOODING.
TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...FLOODING CLOSED LEIPER STREET NEAR 10TH STREET IN
EDDYSTONE BOROUGH. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...SECOND WATER RESCUE ON UNION AVENUE NEAR BARTRAM AVENUE.
TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...FLOODING CLOSED NEW MIDDLETOWN ROAD NEAR INDIAN LANE.
TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...THE GAUGE AT CRUM CREEK IN NEWTOWN SQUARE REACHED FLOOD
STAGE.

DELAWARE...FLOODING CAUSED ROAD CLOSURES ON BARCLAY STREET AND
FULTON STREET. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...WATER RESCUE ON MAIN STREAT NEAR THE RAILROAD TRACKS.
TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...REPORTS OF A WATER RESCUE NEAR ROSETREE ROAD AND SANDY
BANK ROAD.

DELAWARE...WATER RESCUE NEAR THE UNION AVENUE AND BARTRAM AVENUE
INTERSECTION IN UPPER DARBY TWP. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

DELAWARE...WATER RESCUE ON INDUSTRIAL HIGHWAY IN TINICUM TWP. TIME
BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

DELAWARE...WATER RESCUE ON OAK LANE IN DARBY TWP. TIME BASED ON
DISPATCH REPORT.

CHESTER...HUNTERS RUN FLOODING A PORTION OF DUTTON MILL ROAD. TIME
BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.

SALEM...FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 45 BETWEEN POINT AIRY ROAD
IN PILESGROVE TWP AND SWEDESBORO-HARRISONVILLE ROAD IN SOUTH
HARRISON TWP. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME BASED ON RADAR AND SURROUNDING
REPORTS.

OCEAN...MEDIA RELAYS REPORT OF FLOODING ON HIERING AVENUE IN SEASIDE
HEIGHTS.

OCEAN...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 9 SOUTH OF CHURCH ROAD IN
TOMS RIVER TWP. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

OCEAN...FLOODING ON ROUTE 35 NORTH OF WASHINGTON AVENUE. ALL LANES
CLOSED.

MORRIS...FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 10 WESTBOUND NEAR COUNTY
ROAD 617 IN RANDOLPH TWP. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME BASED ON INITIAL
DOT REPORT.

MORRIS...FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 287 NEAR EXIT 37. LANE RESTRICTIONS
IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

MONMOUTH...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 WESTBOUND AT STATE HIGHWAY
34. LANE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

MONMOUTH...CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLASH FLOOD REPORT FROM 1 WSW
WANAMASSA. FLOODING ON ROUTE 66 EAST OF ROUTE 18. ALL LANES CLOSED
AND DETOURED.

MIDDLESEX...FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 91 NEAR HURON ROAD. ROAD
CLOSED. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR AND SURROUNDING REPORTS.

MIDDLESEX...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NORTHBOUND RAMP TO STATE
HIGHWAY 18 IN NEW BRUNSWICK. RAMP CLOSED.

MIDDLESEX...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 18 SOUTHBOUND NORTH OF
MILLTOWN ROAD. RAMP CLOSED. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE NESHANIC RIVER AT REAVILLE REACHED
FLOOD STAGE.

HUNTERDON...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NORTHBOUND NEAR COUNTY ROAD
611 IN RARITAN TWP. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

GLOUCESTER...THE GAUGE ON MANTUA CREEK AT PITMAN REACHED FLOOD
STAGE.

GLOUCESTER...FLOODING OF ROADS NEAR STREAMS AND CREEKS.

GLOUCESTER...MANTUA CREEK FLOWING OVER GLASSBORO ROAD.

GLOUCESTER...GLASSBORO ROAD IN MANTUA CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING.

GLOUCESTER...FLOODING SOUTH OF US 322 ON ROUTE 47 IN GLASSBORO. ALL
LANES CLOSED AND DETOURED.

GLOUCESTER...1 TO 2 FEET OF WATER ON SOME ROADS.

CUMBERLAND...THE GAUGE ON THE COHANSEY RIVER AT SEELEY REACHED FLOOD
STAGE.

CUMBERLAND...FLOODING ON ROUTE 77 NEAR FRIESBURG ROAD. ALL LANES
CLOSED.

CAMDEN...FLOODED ROADS BEHIND THE GLOUCESTER CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL.
WATER WAS 2 TO 4 FEET DEEP IN SOME AREAS.

CAMDEN...FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 295 NORTHBOUND SOUTH OF THE
INTERSTATE 76/276 INTERCHANGE. LANE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME
BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

BURLINGTON...FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 295 SOUTHBOUND NORTH OF EXIT 40
IN MOUNT LAUREL TWP. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

BURLINGTON...FLOODING ON THE NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE SOUTHBOUND SOUTH OF
EXIT 6. LANE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT
REPORT.

NEW CASTLE...FLOODING ON NEW CASTLE AVENUE AT HALCYON DRIVE. TIME
BASED ON FIRST DOT REPORT.

NEW CASTLE...BUSINESS ROUTE 13 NEAR WALNUT STREET AND BRANDYWINE
CREEK WAS FLOODED. TIME BASED ON FIRST DOT REPORT.

KENT...FLOODING ON LITTLE CREEK ROAD BETWEEN U.S. HIGHWAY 13 AND
HORSEPOND ROAD. TIME BASED ON INITIAL DOT REPORT.

KENT...FLOODING ON HAZLETTVILLE ROAD NEAR TODDS MILL ROAD NEAR
WYOMING. TIME BASED ON FIRST DOT REPORT.

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E. MAXIMUM OBSERVED WATER LEVEL (WL)...
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ID     CITY/TOWN       COUNTY     STATE  WL  DATUM  DATE/   SOURCE        
       OR LOCATION                      (FT)        TIME
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ACYN4  ATLANTIC CITY   ATLANTIC     NJ  5.83 N/A    10/1636 NOS     
39.3567  -74.4181

CMAN4  CAPE MAY        CAPE MAY     NJ  6.24 N/A    10/1642 NOS     
38.9678  -74.9597

LWSD1  LEWES           SUSSEX       DE  5.90 N/A    10/1739 NOS     
38.7828  -75.1192

SDHN4  SANDY HOOK      MONMOUTH     NJ  5.84 N/A    10/1754 NOS     
40.4669  -74.0094

REMARKS: 


F. TORNADOES...
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL)                         TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
DESCRIPTION
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G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS  
DESCRIPTION
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ATLANTIC             1                 0                     0    

18 YEAR OLD WAS SWIMMING IN THE OCEAN FRIDAY EVENING, AND WAS PULLED
UNDER THE ROUGH OCEAN WAVES. THE TEENAGER IS MISSING AND PRESUMED
DROWNED. BASED OFF OF A MEDIA REPORT.

$$

LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

SILVA

Radar Interrogation

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Figure 1: KDIX radar reflectivity factor valid at 1140 UTC 10 July 2020. At this time, a band of torrential rainfall was affecting coastal portions of Delaware and southern New Jersey. The warm rain processes associated with tropical cyclone rainfall yield fairly innocuous reflectivity values even in the heavier bands, but the areas of yellow and orange (greater than 40 dBz) represent rainfall rates generally in excess of 2 inches per hour. Figure 2: Same as Figure 1 valid at 1503 UTC 10 July 2020. By this time, the heaviest band of rain was expanding into the region’s urban corridor. The center of Fay remained well offshore to the south of New Jersey at this time, but its rainfall was continuing to spread further north of the center, typical of tropical cyclones moving into the mid-latitudes. Figure 3: Same as Figures 1 and 2, valid at 2021 UTC 10 July 2020. This was near the time of landfall of Tropical Storm Fay near Brigantine, New Jersey. A trained eye may recognize the center of the storm in this image, with a semi-circle of low reflectivity values surrounding the center near Brigantine. However, it is a subtle signature, and the heavy rainfall was displaced well north and west of the center at the time of landfall.
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Figure 4: KDIX radar reflectivity factor (top left), storm relative velocity (SRM; top right), correlation coefficient (CC, bottom left) and differential reflectivity (ZDR; bottom right),) for the 0.5 degree elevation angle valid at 1233 UTC 10 July 2020. A rotating, mini-supercell storm with a velocity couplet in the SRM data is seen off the coast of New Jersey. Landfalling tropical cyclones sometimes produce tornadoes, but while rotation was seen in offshore cells multiple times as Fay approached, no storms with noteworthy rotation ever made it over land, and no tornadoes occurred. Figure 5: KDOX radar reflectivity factor (top left), one hour dual polarization radar rainfall estimate (top right), dual polarization radar instantaneous precipitation rate (bottom left), and dual polarization storm total precipitation estimate (bottom right) valid at 1147 UTC 10 July 2020, near the time of the image in Figure 1. Torrential rainfall is seen over coastal Delaware. By this time, KDOX radar was already estimating storm totals of over 4 inches of rain on portions of the Delaware coast. A large area of estimated instantaneous rainfall rates in excess of 2 inches per hour is seen, locally in excess of 4 inches per hour. Figure 6: Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor (MRMS) 24 hour radar estimated rainfall valid at 0600 UTC on 11 July 2020. This encompasses the entirety of Fay’s rainfall in the region. Radar estimates were generally good closer to the center of the storm near the coast, where some storm total estimates in excess of 5 inches are seen. However, estimates further inland, in areas with poorer low level radar coverage, were generally too low due to radar beams overshooting higher reflectivity values at lower elevations, a common problem in warm-rain dominated systems.