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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 24
 
Issued 09:00Z Jun 11, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 24 FOR THE REMAINS OF T.D. "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
0500 AM EDT MON JUN 11 2001

AS OF 0300 AM CDT...THE CENTER OF THE FORMER T.D. "ALLISON" WAS LOCATED
OVER EASTERN LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN AT 30.2N 90.0W.  CENTRAL PRESSURE ON
THE SYSTEM WAS ESTIMATED AT 1002 MB.  THE CLOSEST OBSERVATION TO THE
CENTER...THE NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT ASOS...MEASURED 1003.7 MB WITH
WINDS OUT OF THE SOUTH-SOUTHWEST AT 20 KNOTS OR 23 MPH.  MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WIND OF 35 KNOTS...OR 40 MPH...WAS OBSERVED SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF THE
CENTER...SOUTH OF PILOTTOWN...LOUISIANA.  THE SYSTEM HAS TRACKED EAST-
NORTHEAST AT APPROXIMATELY 10 MPH OVER THE PAST 7 HOURS.  FORMER
T.D. "ALLISON" IS FORECAST TO LIFT NORTHEASTWARD MONDAY.

ALTHOUGH THE BULK OF THE PRECIPITATION HAS MIGRATED EASTWARD INTO
SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA...SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI...SOUTHERN
ALABAMA...AND THE WESTERN FLORIDA PANHANDLE...RIVER FLOODING IS STILL THREATENING
SOUTHEASTERN TEXAS WHERE MAJOR FLOODING IS OCCURRING ON PORTIONS
OF THE TRINITY AND SAN JACINTO RIVERS WHERE THE RIVER STAGES ARE OVER
FIVE FEET ABOVE FLOOD STAGE AS OF 1000 PM CDT AND EXPECTED TO REMAIN
ABOVE FLOOD STAGE FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.

FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS WERE IN EFFECT FOR ORLEANS...PLAQUEMINES...SAINT
BERNARD...AND SAINT TAMMANY PARISHES IN SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA UNTIL
0345 AM CDT.  MEANWHILE...A FLASH FLOOD WATCH ISSUED AT 1000 PM CDT REMAINS IN
EFFECT FOR ALL OF EAST CENTRAL LOUISIANA AND THE ADJACENT MISSISSIPPI
COUNTIES.  


SELECTED SIX HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

LOUISIANA (THROUGH 1 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

NEW ORLEANS - LAKEFRONT............3.26
SLIDELL............................3.63
NEW ORLEANS/MOISANT INT'L..........3.89

MISSISSIPPI (THROUGH 1 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

GULFPORT...........................3.13
HATTIESBURG - CHAIN AIRPORT........1.17
PASCAGOULA.........................5.03

ALABAMA (THROUGH 1 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

MOBILE.............................1.54



THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AT 11 AM EDT.

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