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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 33
 
Issued 15:00Z Jun 13, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 33 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1100 AM EDT WED JUN 13 2001

AT 10 AM EDT...THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF
"ALLISON" HAD MOVED TO NEAR 34.0N 80.2W...OR VERY CLOSE TO SUMPTER, SOUTH
CAROLINA.  THIS SYSTEM CONTINUES TO AMBLE ALONG...AND IS HEADING
TOWARD THE EAST-NORTHEAST AROUND 15 MPH.  THIS MOTION IS EXPECTED TO
CONTINUE OVER THE NEXT 6 HOURS...BRINGING THE CENTER OF THE LOW INTO EASTERN
SOUTH CAROLINA BY LATER THIS AFTERNOON.  THE ESTIMATED CENTRAL
PRESSURE AT 1000 AM WAS 1006 MB...OR 29.71 INCHES.  WINDS AROUND THE
CENTER WERE 10 TO 20 MPH...ALTHOUGH ALONG THE SOUTH CAROLINA COAST
AND IMMEDIATELY OFFSHORE...WINDS WERE GUSTING AS HIGH AS 30 TO 35 MPH.

THE HEAVIEST RAINS DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS HAVE BEEN FALLING IN
THE WAKE OF THE SURFACE LOW...FROM CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA INTO EASTERN
GEORGIA...ALTHOUGH A HEAVY RAINFALL BAND HAS RECENTLY
CONSOLIDATED ALONG THE NORTH/SOUTH CAROLINA BORDER.  24-HOUR DOPPLER RAINFALL
ESTIMATES HAVE THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL ACCUMULATIONS IN
GEORGIA...NEAR WHERE THE CENTER OF THIS SYSTEM HAS PASSED...AND NEAR WHERE A
CONVECTIVE BAND SET UP YESTERDAY ACROSS SOUTHERN GEORGIA. 
EXTREME SOUTHERN GEORGIA WEST OF VALDOSTA MAY HAVE EXPERIENCED UP TO 6
INCHES OF RAIN DURING THE PAST DAY...WITH THE JACKPOT GOING TO WHITE PLAINS,
GEORGIA...WHERE UP TO 10 INCHES MAY HAVE FALLEN.

DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS...RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 3 TO 5 INCHES ARE STILL
POSSIBLE NEAR THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM...FROM SOUTH CAROLINA INTO
NORTH CAROLINA.

NO SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES ARE IN EFFECT IN ASSOCIATION WITH THIS
SYSTEM AT PRESENT.  HOWEVER...FLOOD WARNINGS STILL REMAIN IN EFFECT
FAR TO THE REAR OF THE REMAINS OF ALLISON.  THE NECHES RIVER IN BEAUMONT,
TEXAS REMAINS 3.6 FEET ABOVE FLOOD STAGE.  IN LOUISIANA...FLOOD
WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR PORTIONS OF THE PINE ISLAND BAYOU...AS WELL AS
PARTS OF THE CALCASIEU...VERMILION... MERMENTEAU...SABINE...AND NECHES
RIVERS.  THE BIG BLACK RIVER IN MISSISSIPPI IS 3.4 FEET ABOVE FLOOD STAGE AT WEST. 
THE LEAF RIVER IN ALABAMA REMAINS IN FLOOD.  FLOODING IS ALREADY
OCCURRING IN GEORGIA AS WELL...FLOOD WARNINGS ARE POSTED FOR THE
OCONEE AND LITTLE RIVERS.  FLASH FLOOD WATCHES ARE IN EFFECT FOR
CENTRAL NORTH CAROLINA TONIGHT AND THURSDAY. 

SELECTED 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

FLORIDA (THROUGH 8 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

CROSS CITY............................1.55

APALACHICOLA..........................0.84

GEORGIA (THROUGH 8 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

SILOAM................................5.75
WARRENTON.............................4.16
WASHINGTON............................4.02
MILLEDGEVILLE.........................3.20
MOUNT VERNON..........................2.88
TALBOTTON.............................2.81
SANDERSVILLE..........................2.60

SOUTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 8 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

ORANGEBURG............................1.38

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

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