Monday, December 26, 2011
Flood Watch For Parts Of Region Tomorrow PM
Rain will be steady in the afternoon, heavy during the evening rush as the low pushes the frontal boundary through. Computer model estimates suggest at least an inch of rain for parts of the region (the green shaded areas on the map below), with the potential for some isolated 1.50" amounts in parts of Southeast Pennsylvania. The NAM is suggesting the most rainfall, with the GFS and Euro both suggesting about an inch or less for many. All of the models suggest that rainfall totals will be highest across Eastern and Southeastern Pennsylvania -- both with the recent heavier rainfall last week across the region and the potential that rains could fall at a rather heavy rate during the evening rush tomorrow a flood watch was issued by the National Weather Service.