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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 30
 
Issued 21:00Z Jun 12, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 30 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
500 PM EDT TUE JUN 12 2001

AT 400 PM EST, THE SURFACE CIRCULATION CENTER ASSOCIATED WITH THE
REMAINS OF "ALLISON" WAS LOCATED NEAR 33.1N 83.0W...OR JUST NORTHEAST
OF MILLEDGEVILLE, GEORGIA.  THE CENTRAL PRESSURE WAS ESTIMATED TO BE
1005 MB...OR 29.68 INCHES OF MERCURY.  THIS SYSTEM CONTINUES ITS MOTION
TOWARD THE EAST NORTHEAST...AT APPROXIMATELY 13 KNOTS...OR 15 MPH DURING THE
PAST SIX HOURS.  THIS SYSTEM IS FORECAST TO CONTINUE TRUDGING IN THE
SAME GENERAL DIRECTION AND WEAKEN SLOWLY DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS...INTO
SOUTH CAROLINA.  DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS...WINDS NEAR THE CENTER
HAVE BEEN GENERALLY 10 TO 15 MPH...JUST AFTER 300 PM...A 32 MPH GUST WAS
MEASURED AT VIDALIA, GEORGIA.  THE HIGHEST GUST WAS RECORDED AT AN
OFFSHORE BUOY NORTHEAST OF SAINT SIMONS ISLAND...36 MPH.  THERE HAVE
BEEN A COUPLE OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS AND ONE TORNADO
WARNING THIS AFTERNOON IN EXTREME NORTHEAST FLORIDA...BUT NO SEVERE
WEATHER WATCHES ARE CURRENTLY IN EFFECT IN THE VICINITY OF THIS
SYSTEM.

THE HEAVIEST RAINS ARE CURRENTLY FALLING IN GEORGIA...WHERE
WELL-DEFINED BANDING CAN BE OBSERVED ON RADAR.  SIGNIFICANT RAINS HAVE MOVED
INTO WESTERN SOUTH CAROLINA...AND ARE CONTINUING IN A BAND ACROSS
NORTHERN FLORIDA.  DURING THE PAST 6 HOURS, THE HEAVIEST RAINS HAVE OCCURRED IN
GEORGIA...IN THE EXTREME SOUTH AND EAST CENTRAL PARTS OF THE
STATE...WHERE DOPPLER RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES OF 3 TO 4.5 INCHES WERE
OBTAINED.  ADDITIONAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 2 TO 4 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE
DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS ALONG THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM...FROM EAST
CENTRAL GEORGIA INTO SOUTH CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA.

FLOOD WATCHES ARE CURRENTLY IN EFFECT FOR A SMALL PART OF
SOUTHEAST GEORGIA THROUGH 1000 PM...AND PART OF SOUTH CAROLINA UNTIL 1030 PM.

SELECTED 6 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

FLORIDA (THROUGH 2 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

CROSS CITY............................1.07
JACKSONVILLE-CRAIG FIELD..............0.95
APALACHICOLA..........................0.82

GEORGIA (THROUGH 2 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

MACON.............................    0.71
SAINT SIMONS ISLAND...................0.41


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

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