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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 29
 
Issued 15:00Z Jun 12, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 29 FOR THE FORMER T.D. "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1100 AM EDT TUE JUN 12 2001

AT 1000 AM EST, THE SURFACE CIRCULATION CENTER ASSOCIATED WITH
FORMER T.D. "ALLISON" WAS LOCATED AT 32.4N 84.3W...OR ABOUT HALFWAY BETWEEN
THE CITIES OF COLUMBUS AND MACON, GEORGIA.  THE CENTRAL PRESSURE WAS
ESTIMATED TO BE 1007 MB...OR 29.74 INCHES OF MERCURY.  THIS SYSTEM HAS
MOVED TO THE EAST NORTHEAST AT APPROXIMATELY 16 MPH DURING THE
PAST SIX HOURS.  THIS SYSTEM IS FORECAST TO GRADUALLY TURN NORTHEASTWARD
OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS.  DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS...WINDS NEAR THE CENTER
ARE GENERALLY 10 TO 15 KNOTS...WITH A FEW GUSTS OVER 20 KNOTS...OR 23
MPH.

THE HEAVIEST RAINS ARE CURRENTLY FALLING IN GEORGIA NEAR THE
CENTER...AND IN A BAND ACROSS NORTHERN FLORIDA AND COASTAL GEORGIA. 
DURING THE PAST 24 HOURS, VERY HEAVY RAINS HAVE OCCURRED IN THE
FLORIDA PANHANDLE AND SOUTHERN GEORGIA.  DOPPLER RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES
OF OVER 4 INCHES CAN BE FOUND ALONG A SWATH THROUGH THIS AREA...WITH
SOME ISOLATED AMOUNTS OVER 10 INCHES.  ADDITIONAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF UP
TO 3 TO 5 INCHES...ARE EXPECTED TO OCCUR TODAY IN GEORGIA AND NORTHERN
FLORIDA.

FLOOD WATCHES ARE CURRENTLY IN EFFECT FOR PARTS OF SOUTHEAST
ALABAMA...NORTHEAST FLORIDA...THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE AND BIG
BEND...MUCH OF SOUTH GEORGIA.  A FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS IN EFFECT THIS MORNING FOR
SOUTHEAST ALABAMA.  PARTS OF NORTH AND CENTRAL GEORGIA ARE UNDER
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR TODAY.



SELECTED 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:


ALABAMA (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

TROY..................................4.48
EVERGREEN.............................2.57
DOTHAN................................1.94


FLORIDA (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

TALLAHASSEE...........................9.86
PANAMA CITY...........................4.35
CRESTVIEW.............................4.15


GEORGIA (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)


BRUNSWICK.............................7.29
VALDOSTA..............................7.09
ALMA..................................1.47

MISSISSIPPI (THROUGH 7 AM CDT, IN INCHES)

HATTIESBURG...........................2.12


THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AT 5 PM EDT.

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