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FXUS61 KPHI 250552  
AFDPHI  
 
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ  
1252 AM EST SUN FEB 25 2018  
   
SYNOPSIS
 
 
A WARM FRONT WILL SLOWLY LIFT NORTHWARD INTO SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY  
SUNDAY MORNING, WHERE LOW PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP ON THIS FRONT AND  
MOVE TO EASTERN LONG ISLAND BY EVENING. THE TRAILING COLD FRONT MAY  
STALL IN THE CAROLINAS ON MONDAY AWAITING THE PASSAGE OF ANOTHER  
WAVE OF LOW PRESSURE TO OUR SOUTHEAST. STRENGTHENING HIGH PRESSURE  
BUILDS INTO THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES TUESDAY. A COLD FRONT WILL DROP  
DOWN THROUGH THE REGION ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT WHILE LOW PRESSURE  
DEVELOPS OVER ILLINOIS. THAT LOW SLIDES TO THE MID- ATLANTIC COAST  
BY FRIDAY MORNING, THEN INTENSIFIES INTO A STRONG STORM OVER THE  
WESTERN ATLANTIC FRIDAY NIGHT BEFORE HEADING ONLY SLOWLY OUT SEA  
OVER THE WEEKEND.  
 

 
   
NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 AM THIS MORNING/
 
 
A BAND OF RAIN IS MOVING THROUGH DELAWARE BAY AND SOUTHERN NEW  
JERSEY AT THIS TIME, WITH FAIRLY DECENT RAIN RATES WITH THE  
EMBEDDED CONVECTIVE SHOWERS. WHILE TRAVERSING DELMARVA, A  
LIGHTNING STRIKE OCCURRED NEAR DOVER. THINK CHANCES OF THUNDER  
ARE LOW IN GENERAL FOR THE NEXT FEW HOURS, BUT THE LOOK OF THE  
HRRR WITH THE PRECIPITATION MOVING THROUGH LATER TONIGHT  
SUGGESTS THAT A FEW LIGHTNING STRIKES CANNOT BE RULED OUT  
ENTIRELY. MODEL SOUNDINGS FROM SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY AND VICINITY  
SHOW ELEVATED CAPE, ALBEIT QUITE MARGINAL. SHOULD A FEW MORE  
STRIKES BE OBSERVED UPSTREAM, WILL LIKELY ADD MENTION OF THUNDER  
TO THE GRIDS.  
 
THE LATEST HI-RES OUTPUT SEEMS TO BE HANDLING THIS INITIAL BATCH  
OF RAIN FAIRLY WELL. IT LOOKS LIKE THE MAIN SHOW ROLLS IN  
BETWEEN 08Z AND 10Z, WITH MOST OF THE PRECIPITATION NORTH OF A  
STEVENSVILLE, MD, TO ATLANTIC CITY, NJ, LINE. THE BEST CHANCES  
OF EMBEDDED CONVECTION (AND PERHAPS A LIGHTNING STRIKE OR TWO)  
WILL BE ON THE SOUTH EDGE AND THE DOWNSTREAM SIDE OF THE  
PRECIPITATION SHIELD, WHERE INSTABILITY WILL BE MAXIMIZED THANKS  
TO ENHANCED FRONTAL/ISENTROPIC ASCENT ATOP THE NEAR-SURFACE  
STABLE LAYER. THE PARCELS HERE WILL BE RELATIVELY WARM/MOIST AND  
WILL BE LEAST LIKELY INFLUENCED BY STABILIZING PRECIPITATION TO  
THE NORTH AND WEST. SOME FAIRLY DECENT RAIN RATES MAY OCCUR AS  
THE DEPTH OF THE ABOVE-FREEZING AIR IS LARGE, PRECIPITABLE  
WATERS ARE SEASONALLY VERY HIGH, AND A LOW-LEVEL JET OF 40+ KTS  
WILL PROVIDE CONSIDERABLE MOISTURE TRANSPORT INTO THE REGION (AS  
EVIDENCED BY SUBSTANTIALLY INCREASING 850-MB VALUES DURING THE  
PAST FEW HOURS).  
 
MAIN CHANGES TO THE FORECAST OVERNIGHT WERE FINE-TUNING TIMING  
OF POPS GIVEN THE RAIN MOVING THROUGH THE REGION NOW AND THE  
IMPROVED CONSENSUS OF HI-RES GUIDANCE LATER TONIGHT. FOG/DRIZZLE  
HAS/HAVE BEEN SLOW TO MATERIALIZE ACROSS THE AREA, GIVEN A  
DEEPER STABLE LAYER NEAR THE SURFACE THAN PROGGED THIS TIME LAST  
NIGHT. NEVERTHELESS, THE TRENDS IN CLOUD BASES AND VISIBILITY  
ARE DOWNWARD, SO INCLUDED MENTION THROUGH THE REST OF THE NIGHT  
ACROSS THE AREA. THIS WILL BE ESPECIALLY PROBABLE NEAR THE OCEAN  
AND IN DELMARVA, IN CLOSER PROXIMITY TO THE SURFACE WARM FRONT.  
 

 
   
SHORT TERM /6 AM THIS MORNING THROUGH 6 PM TODAY/
 
 
THE WARM FRONT WILL MAKE PROGRESS NORTH LATE IN THE MORNING  
AND INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS, ROUGHLY FROM CHESTER COUNTY  
PA TO OCEAN COUNTY NJ. FOG WILL LIKELY LINGER INTO THE  
MORNING HOURS, AND MAY BE DENSE, ESPECIALLY OVER PORTIONS  
OF DELMARVA.PRECIPITATION WILL GRADUALLY TAPER OFF DURING THE  
AFTERNOON, ESPECIALLY TO THE SOUTH OF THE FRONT, WHERE THE SUN  
MAY MAKE AN APPEARANCE FROM TIME TO TIME. THERE IS SOME WEAK  
INSTABILITY IN THE WARM SECTOR, BUT NOT ENOUGH TO INCLUDE  
THUNDER IN THE FORECAST, WHICH IS IN AGREEMENT WITH SPC.  
TEMPERATURES SOUTH OF THE FRONT INTO THE 60S, WITH SOME LOWER  
70S POSSIBLE ACROSS SOUTHERN DELMARVA. FURTHER NORTH, MID-50S  
TO MID-60S ARE EXPECTED. SOUTHWEST WINDS COULD GUST UP TO  
AROUND 20 MPH IN THE WARM SECTOR.  
 

 
   
LONG TERM /TONIGHT THROUGH SATURDAY/
 
 
HAZARDS: NONE EXPLICITLY ATTM AND MAYBE THERE WONT BE AS MANY AS  
CURRENTLY POSSIBLE IN THE THURSDAY-SATURDAY TIME FRAME BUT POTENTIAL  
EXISTS FOR A POWERFUL STORM. A SMALL STREAM HYDRO HAZARD MAY  
DEVELOP SOMEWHERE IN THE CWA FRIDAY, AND POSSIBLE WINTER WX HAZARD  
FOR ELEVATIONS OF NE PA AND NW NJ, A COASTAL FLOOD HAZARD APPEARS  
LIKELY BUT WE JUST DONT HAVE ANY CONFIDENCE ON SEVERITY. FOR NOW  
MINOR TIDAL INUNDATION FLOODING EXPECTED FOR AT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY  
MORNING HIGH TIDE CYCLES, WITH AT THIS TIME THE HIGHER DEPARTURES  
(FLOODING POTENTIAL) EXPECTED IN NJ, BUT ALWAYS DEPENDING ON THE  
POSITION OF THE WESTERN ATLANTIC CYCLONE AS WELL AS ITS INTENSITY. A  
GALE EVENT, THE FIRST 2 HOUR OR LONGER GALE SINCE FEB 5, IS EXPECTED  
BUT WE JUST DONT KNOW WHEN. IT WILL AGAIN BE DEPENDENT ON THE  
LATITUDE OF THE CYCLONE. ITS EVEN POSSIBLE STORM FORCE GUSTS COULD  
OCCUR.  
 
500 MB: A SHORT WAVE IN THE CENTRAL PLAINS SUNDAY NIGHT WILL CROSS  
THE MID ATLANTIC COAST MONDAY EVENING WITH EAST COAST RIDGING TO  
FOLLOW DURING MID WEEK. THEN A WEAKENING CLOSED LOW IN THE DESERT  
SOUTHWEST TUESDAY NIGHT STARTS RE-ENERGIZING IN THE OHIO VALLEY  
THURSDAY, BECOMING A LARGE CYCLONIC CIRCULATION SYSTEM ALONG  
THE MID ATLANTIC COAST FRIDAY, AND SLOWLY WEAKENING SEAWARD NEXT  
WEEKEND.  
 
TEMPERATURES: PLEASE SEE THE CLIMATE SECTION FOR UPDATED  
FEBRUARY CLIMATE STATS. CALENDAR DAY AVERAGES SHOULD BE NEARLY  
10 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, 10 TO 15  
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL THURSDAY, BEFORE COOLING TO BETWEEN 5 AND  
10 ABOVE NORMAL FRIDAY AND 5 DEGREES OR LESS ABOVE NORMAL NEXT  
SATURDAY.  
 
FORECAST BASIS: UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, A 50 50 BLEND OF THE 12Z/24  
GFS/NAM MOS WILL BE USED SUNDAY NIGHT - MONDAY NIGHT, THE 12Z/24 GFS  
MEX MOS FOR TUESDAY, AND THE 15Z/24 WPC 12 HR ELEMENTS OF MAX/MIN  
TEMP AND POP, AS WELL AS 6 HOURLY DEWPOINT/WIND/SKY FOR WEDNESDAY-  
SATURDAY. I DID MODIFY WPC USING 1/3 WPC, 1/3 EC AND 1/3 GGEM  
MAX TEMPS THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.  
 
THE DAILIES...  
 
SUNDAY NIGHT...VARIABLE CLOUDINESS. THERE MAY BE SOME LEFTOVER  
EVENING STRATUS NEAR AND N OF I78 DURING THE EVENING, THEN THAT  
SHOULD CLEAR TO REVEAL CIRRUS BUT THERE COULD BE SOME PATCHY FOG  
LATER AT NIGHT DUE TO AN EXPECTED DECOUPLED NORTHWEST WIND.  
CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 
MONDAY...NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS 15 MPH DURING THE DAY AND  
POSSIBLY 15 TO 20 MPH AT NIGHT AS INSTABILITY TRANSFER DEEPENS  
WITH COLD AIR ADVECTION ALOFT. EXPECTING CONSIDERABLE MID AND  
HIGH CLOUDINESS INTO EARLY AFTERNOON MONDAY THEN CLEARING LATE  
IN THE DAY AND AT NIGHT. THE SHORT WAVE MAY SPREAD A LITTLE RAIN  
NORTHWARD INTO FAR SOUTHERN DE FOR A TIME DURING THE DAY.  
CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 
TUESDAY...SUNNY AND BEAUTIFUL! LIGHT WIND. CONFIDENCE: WELL ABOVE  
AVERAGE.  
 
WEDNESDAY...PARTLY SUNNY (LOTS OF CIRRUS) AND A FEW DEGREES WARMER.  
SOUTHWEST WIND MAY GUST 20 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON. CONFIDENCE: ABOVE  
AVERAGE.  
 
WEDNESDAY NIGHT-THURSDAY...IN ASSOCIATION WITH EITHER A COLD FRONTAL  
PASSAGE OR A WARM FRONT EXTENSION EAST-SOUTHEASTWARD FROM THE  
DEVELOPING MIDWEST LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM, RAIN WILL BE DEVELOPING  
EITHER LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT OR THURSDAY. IT MAY BECOME HEAVY IN THE  
AFTERNOON. WINDS BECOMING EAST. CONFIDENCE: BELOW AVERAGE ON ANY  
DETAILS.  
 
FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY...PROBABLY GUSTY NORTHERLY WINDS AND PERIODS OF  
PRECIPITATION. AS OF NOW, RAIN MOST OF FRIDAY AND THEREAFTER  
UNKNOWN, BUT POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR SOME ELEVATION SNOW.  
CONFIDENCE: BELOW AVERAGE  
 
PLEASE SEE THE WPC DAY 7 WINTER WX OUTLOOK GRAPHIC AND THEIR DAY 4-7  
QPF GRAPHICS ISSUED THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON TO GAIN FURTHER  
APPRECIATION FOR THE UPCOMING MODELED-OUTLOOKED POTENTIAL.  
 

 
   
AVIATION /06Z SUNDAY THROUGH THURSDAY/
 
 
THE FOLLOWING DISCUSSION IS FOR KPHL, KPNE, KTTN, KABE, KRDG, KILG,  
KMIV, KACY AND SURROUNDING AREAS.  
 
REST OF TONIGHT...CONDITIONS CURRENTLY DETERIORATING TO MVFR/IFR  
CIGS AND SHOULD BECOME EVEN MORE PREVALENT WITH TIME AS RAIN  
MOVES IN AROUND/AFTER 08Z (WITH OCCASIONAL SHOWERS POSSIBLE  
THROUGH THAT TIME). ONCE THE RAIN SETS IN, VSBYS SHOULD LOWER TO  
AT LEAST MVFR (PROBABLY LOWER), ESPECIALLY IF FOG BECOMES MORE  
WIDESPREAD NEAR DAYBREAK. HOWEVER, FAIRLY FREQUENT VARIATIONS IN  
CATEGORIES WITH BOTH CIGS/VSBYS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THE NIGHT.  
WINDS WILL REMAIN EAST-NORTHEAST AROUND 5-10 KTS. MODERATE  
CONFIDENCE.  
 
SUNDAY...PROLONGED SUB-VFR EXPECTED THROUGH MOST OF THE DAY,  
WITH IFR OR WORSE CONDITIONS MOST LIKELY DURING THE MORNING  
HOURS. RAIN SHOULD BEGIN TO DIMINISH DURING THE AFTERNOON FROM  
WEST TO EAST, BUT SUB-VFR CIGS/VSBYS MAY LINGER LONGER, PERHAPS  
THROUGH MOST OF THE DAYLIGHT HOURS. WINDS WILL BECOME VARIABLE  
DURING THE AFTERNOON BUT SHOULD REMAIN BELOW 10 KTS. MODERATE  
CONFIDENCE.  
 
SUNDAY NIGHT...CONDITIONS SHOULD IMPROVE TO VFR DURING THE  
EVENING HOURS FROM WEST TO EAST WITH ANY REMAINING  
PRECIPITATION ENDING. THERE IS SOME POTENTIAL FOR PATCHY FOG AT  
THE SUSCEPTIBLE SITES (RDG, ABE, TTN, MIV), BUT CONFIDENCE IS  
TOO LOW FOR MENTION IN THE TAFS AT THIS POINT, ESPECIALLY AS  
DRIER (ALBEIT LIGHT) NORTHWEST SURFACE WINDS COMMENCE DURING  
THIS PERIOD. MODERATE CONFIDENCE.  
 
OUTLOOK...  
SUNDAY NIGHT...CONDITIONS QUICKLY IMPROVING TO VFR BY MIDNIGHT. ANY  
RAIN SHOWERS WILL QUICKLY END BY 9 PM. PATCHY IFR FOG IS POSSIBLE  
LATE AT NIGHT VICINITY RDG, ABE, TTN AND MIV. NORTHWEST WIND.  
CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 
MONDAY...PROBABLY VFR BKN CLOUDS AOA 8000 FT, CLEARING LATE.  
NORTHWEST WIND GUSTING 15-20 KT, ESPECIALLY LATE DAY.  
CONFIDENCE: ABOVE AVERAGE. A LITTLE CONCERNED ABOUT LOW PRESSURE  
FORMING VCNTY N CAROLINA AND SPREADING RAIN INTO SOUTHERN DE  
FOR A TIME DURING THE MORNING.  
 
TUESDAY...VFR VIRTUALLY CLEAR. LIGHT WIND. CONFIDENCE: WELL ABOVE  
AVERAGE.  
 
WEDNESDAY...VFR CIRRUS. SOUTHWEST WINDS MAY GUST 20 KT DURING THE  
AFTERNOON. CONFIDENCE: ABOVE AVERAGE.  
 
THURSDAY...CONDITIONS SHOULD DETERIORATE TO MVFR OR IFR IN  
RAIN. EAST TO SOUTHEAST WIND. CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 

 
   
MARINE
 
 
DENSE FOG APPEARS TO BE IN A LULL ON DELAWARE BAY AND THE  
ADJACENT ATLANTIC WATERS, BUT MODELS ARE ADAMANT THAT  
VISIBILITIES WILL DROP PRECIPITOUSLY LATE TONIGHT, PERHAPS  
SPREADING NORTHWARD THROUGH MUCH OF THE NEW JERSEY COASTAL  
WATERS AS WELL. SHOULD THESE TRENDS BE OBSERVED, THE ADVISORY  
MAY NEED TO BE EXPANDED NORTHWARD. WILL KEEP A CLOSE EYE ON  
IT FOR THE REST OF THE NIGHT.  
 
REGARDING THE SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT, THE  
WIND FORECAST IS TRENDING DOWNWARD, AND I AM BECOMING FAR LESS  
CONFIDENT WINDS WILL MIX TO ADVISORY LEVELS IN MUCH OF THE  
ADVISORY AREA (ESPECIALLY FOR THE SOUTHERN NJ AND DE COASTAL  
WATERS). WILL LEAVE THE ADVISORY UP FOR NOW AND MONITOR TRENDS  
THROUGH THE NEXT FEW HOURS TO DETERMINE IF THE ADVISORY CAN BE  
TRIMMED FOR PORTIONS OF THE AREA.  
 
RAIN IS EXPECTED PERIODICALLY THROUGH THIS EVENING, WITH  
ATTENDANT VISIBILITY RESTRICTIONS EXPECTED. FOG MAY LINGER FOR  
MUCH OF THE DAY ON THE WATERS, AND AN EXTENSION OF THE ADVISORY  
IN TIME IS POSSIBLE. ADDITIONALLY, CANNOT RULE OUT THE  
POSSIBILITY OF A LIGHTNING STRIKE WITH THE STRONGER/EMBEDDED  
CONVECTIVE SHOWERS WITHIN THE MAIN SHIELD OF RAIN. SHOULD THIS  
BE OBSERVED UPSTREAM, MAY ADD A MENTION OF THIS TO THE FORECAST.  
 
OUTLOOK...  
SUNDAY NIGHT...LINGERING SCA SEAS POSSIBLE, MAINLY THE NJ  
ATLANTIC COAST. HAVE REDUCED THE DURATION OF THE SCA.  
CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 
MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY...SUB-ADVISORY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED ON  
THE AREA WATERS WITH NORTHWEST WINDS GUSTING 15-20 KT MONDAY  
BECOMING LIGHT TUESDAY AND SOUTHWEST ON WEDNESDAY.  
CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 
THURSDAY...AN EASTERLY SCA LIKELY WITH A POSSIBLE GALE FOR THE  
NNJ WATERS. CONFIDENCE: AVERAGE.  
 

 
   
HYDROLOGY
 
 
PERIODS OF RAIN THROUGH SUNDAY COULD RESULT IN MINOR/POOR DRAINAGE  
FLOODING. THE HEAVIEST RAIN IS EXPECTED TONIGHT AND SUNDAY ACROSS  
PORTIONS OF EASTERN PA AND NORTHERN NJ, WHEN UP TO ADDITIONAL INCH  
OF RAIN WILL FALL. BY THE TIME THE RAIN ENDS SUNDAY EVENING, THE  
REGION WILL HAVE RECEIVED BETWEEN 1 AND 2 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE  
THURSDAY, WITH THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS FALLING OVER THE NORTHERN THIRD  
OF THE FORECAST AREA. BY SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY, THERE WILL BE  
RISES ON AREA RIVERS AND STREAMS, WITH SOME POSSIBLY APPROACHING  
BANKFUL.  
 
OF NOTE WILL BE HOW MUCH RAIN FALLS OVER THE SUSQUEHANNA, AS  
THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR INCONVENIENCE FLOODING BELOW THE  
CONOWINGO DAM ON MONDAY.  
 
WE MAY NEED TO THINK ABOUT A NEW HYDROLOGY SECTION FOR LATE THIS  
COMING WEEK TO COVER NJ/PA BUT JUST TOO FAR IN ADVANCE WITH  
PLENTY OF UNCERTAINTY TO ADD ANY CONFIDENTLY STATED INFORMATION,  
EXCEPT THAT A FAIRLY POTENT WEATHER PATTERN APPEARS TO EVOLVING  
FOR A PORTION OF OUR FORECAST AREA.  
 

 
   
CLIMATE
 
 
**TOP 3 WARMEST FEBRUARY ON RECORD AND TOP 10 WETTEST FEBRUARY  
ON RECORD.**  
 
FEBRUARY PROJECTED CLIMATE RANKING AS OF NOON TODAY-SATURDAY FEB 24,  
BASED ON OUR MID SHIFT FCST THROUGH THE 28TH AND MINS THIS SATURDAY  
MORNING; AND FOR RAINFALL, AMOUNTS 1201 AM TODAY. RDG AND TTN NOT  
INCLUDED DUE TO TOO MUCH MISSING DATA.  
 
ABE #3 WARMEST 38.0 OR 7.3F WARMER THAN THE 30.7 NORM.  
39.2-2017  
38.6-1998  
38.0-2018  
36.8-1954  
 
ACY #1 WARMEST 42.7 OR 7.4F WARMER THAN THE 35.3 NORM.  
43.0 -2017  
42.7 -2018  
40.6 -1954  
 
ILG #3 WARMEST 41.3 OR 6.3F WARMER THAN THE 35.0 NORM.  
43.1-2017  
42.3-1903  
41.3-2018  
41.2-1976  
 
PHL #3 WARMEST 42.5 OR 6.8F WARMER THAN THE 35.7 NORM.  
44.2-2017  
42.5-2018  
42.2-1925  
41.8-1998  
41.4-1890  
 
WATER EQUIVALENT FEBRUARY PCPN AS OF 1201 AM TODAY.  
 
PHL RANKED #10 WITH 5.30". AN ADDITIONAL .50 WOULD RAISE TO #5.  
ALL TIME 6.87-1896  
 
ILG RANKED #8 WITH 5.48". AN ADDITIONAL .50 WOULD RAISE TO #5  
ALL TIME 7.02-1979  
 
ABE RANKED #13 WITH 4.47". AN ADDITIONAL .50 WOULD RAISE TO #5.  
ALL TIME 7.62-2008  
 
ACY RANKED #2 WITH 6.12". WETTEST IS 6.50-2010. OUR EXPECTATION  
STILL IS THAT ACY WILL EXCEED THE PREVIOUS ALL TIME RECORD RAINFALL  
FOR FEBRUARY, BY THE END OF THE WEEKEND. IT COULD BE A CLOSE  
THOUGH.  
 

 
   
PHI WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
 
 
PA...NONE.  
NJ...NONE.  
DE...NONE.  
MD...NONE.  
MARINE...SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FROM 7 AM THIS MORNING TO 2 AM EST MONDAY  
FOR ANZ452-453.  
DENSE FOG ADVISORY UNTIL 10 AM EST THIS MORNING FOR ANZ431-  
453>455.  
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FROM 4 AM EARLY THIS MORNING TO 7 AM EST  
MONDAY FOR ANZ450-451.  
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY FROM 7 AM THIS MORNING TO 6 PM EST THIS  
EVENING FOR ANZ454-455.  
 

 
 

 
SYNOPSIS...DRAG  
NEAR TERM...CMS  
SHORT TERM...FRANCK  
LONG TERM...DRAG  
AVIATION...CMS/DRAG  
MARINE...CMS/DRAG  
HYDROLOGY...STAFF  
CLIMATE...DRAG  
 
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