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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 28
 
Issued 09:00Z Jun 12, 2001
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 28 FOR THE FORMER T.D. "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
0500 AM EDT TUE JUN 12 2001

THE LOWEST SURFACE PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE FORMER T.D. "ALLISON
WAS LOCATED AT 31.7N 85.9W...OR NEAR THE CITY OF BRUNDIDGE...ALABAMA
AS OF 0300 AM CDT.  THE CENTRAL PRESSURE WAS ESTIMATED AT 1004 MB...OR 29.59
INCHES OF MERCURY.  THE SYSTEM HAS MOVED TO THE EAST NORTHEAST AT
APPROXIMATELY 13 MPH OVER THE PAST SIX HOURS.  ITS TRACK IS FORECAST
TO TURN MORE NORTHERLY OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS.  SUSTAINED WINDS OF
OVER 20 KNOTS...OR 23 MPH...HAVE BEEN FOUND MAINLY SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF THE
SYSTEM OVER THE PAST 3 HOURS.

A POWERFUL BAND OF THUNDERSTORMS PASSED THROUGH THE BIG BEND
AREA OF FLORIDA AND PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN GEORGIA OVER THE LAST SIX HOURS. 
TWO TORNADOES WERE SPOTTED IN MADISON COUNTY...FLORIDA BETWEEN
0756 PM EDT AND 0938 PM EDT AND ANOTHER WAS SPOTTED IN LEON COUNTY...
FLORIDA...3 MILES EAST OF THE CITY OF TALLAHASSEE...AT 1105 PM EDT.  HEAVY
RAIN ALSO STRUCK THE CITY OF TALLAHASSEE WHICH REPORTED OVER 6
INCHES OF RAIN BETWEEN 0800 PM AND 1100 PM EDT.

TORNADO WATCHES ARE IN EFFECT FOR MOST OF NORTH FLORIDA...INCLUDING
EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE BIG BEND...AND PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST AND
SOUTH CENTRAL GEORGIA JUST NORTH OF THE STATE LINE UNTIL 0500 AM EDT.

FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS ARE POSTED FOR WESTERN HAMILTON COUNTY IN
NORTH FLORIDA UNTIL 0645 AM EDT...FOR LEON COUNTY...INCLUDING THE CITY OF
TALLAHASSEE...UNTIL 0400 AM EDT.  THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS ARE UNDER
FLASH FLOOD WATCHES AS OF 0400 AM EDT...PORTIONS OF SOUTH AND CENTRAL
ALABAMA...SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL GEORGIA...PORTIONS OF NORTH
AND CENTRAL GEORGIA...AND THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE AND BIG BEND.



SELECTED SIX HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:


ALABAMA (THROUGH 1 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

TROY..................................3.03
EVERGREEN.............................0.63


FLORIDA (THROUGH 1 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

TALLAHASSEE...........................7.65
APALACHICOLA..........................1.31


GEORGIA (THROUGH 1 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

VALDOSTA..............................4.65
SAINT SIMONS ISLAND...................0.88
ALMA..................................0.69


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

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