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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 32
 
Issued 09:00Z Jun 13, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 32 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
500 AM EDT WED JUN 13 2001

AT 4 AM EDT...THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF
"ALLISON" HAD MOVED TO NEAR 33.4N 81.6W...OR JUST NORTHEAST OF AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. 
WHILE ITS FORWARD MOTION HAS DECREASED TO BETWEEN 5 AND 10 MPH...IT
STILL CONTINUES MOVING ON A EAST-NORTHEAST PATH.  THIS MOTION IS EXPECTED
TO CONTINUE OVER THE NEXT 6 HOURS...BRINGING THE CENTER OF THE LOW INTO
CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA BY LATE MORNING.  THE ESTIMATED CENTRAL
PRESSURE HAS DECREASED TO 1004 MB.  MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AROUND
THE CENTER ARE BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH.

AS HAS BEEN THE CASE OVER THE PAST FEW NIGHTS...MOST OF THE HEAVIER
PRECIPITATION HAS SHIFTED TO THE NORTHWEST SIDE OF THE LOW.  DOPPLER
RADAR AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS ARE CURRENTLY INDICATING A SWATH
OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINS FROM EAST CENTRAL GEORGIA INTO THE SOUTH
CAROLINA PIEDMONT.  DURING THE DAYTIME HOURS...EXPECT THE HEAVIER
PRECIPITATION TO REFOCUS ON THE EAST OF THE LOW...AS BANDS OF HEAVY
CONVECTIVE PRECIPITATION SHOULD BEGIN BUILD ONCE AGAIN IN THE MOIST
SOUTHERLY FLOW.  OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS...UP TO 3 INCHES...WITH LOCALLY
HEAVIER AMOUNTS...CAN BE EXPECTED ALONG THE COASTAL PLAINS OF NORTH
AND SOUTH CAROLINA.

CURRENTLY...ALL FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS FOR COUNTIES IN THE STATE OF
GEORGIA HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO EXPIRE.  HOWEVER...A FLOOD WARNING
REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE OCONNE RIVER AT MILLEDGEVILLE...WHERE
MAJOR FLOODING IS FORECASTED FOR TOMORROW NIGHT.  IN SOUTH CAROLINA...A
FLASH FLOOD WATCH HAS RECENTLY BEEN ISSUED FOR THIS MORNING FOR PART OF
THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER AREA.  COUNTIES INCLUDED IN THIS WATCH ARE
COLUMBIA...LINCOLN...MCCORMICK...MCDUFFIE...AND RICHMOND 

SELECTED 12 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

GEORGIA (THROUGH 2 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

VALDOSTA..............................2.06
AUGUSTA...............................1.21
ATHENS................................0.91
GAINESVILLE...........................0.81

SOUTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 2 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

ORANGEBURG............................1.27
BEAUFORT..............................0.86
GREENWOOD.............................0.71

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

PEREIRA/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH