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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 34
 
Issued 21:00Z Jun 13, 2001
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 34 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
500 PM EDT WED JUN 13 2001

AT 4 PM EDT...THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON"
HAD MOVED TO NEAR 34.2N 79.0W...OR ON THE STATE LINE JUST EAST OF
MULLINS, SOUTH CAROLINA...CROSSING INTO NORTH CAROLINA. THIS SYSTEM HAS
CONTINUED ON ITS COURSE TOWARD THE EAST-NORTHEAST DURING THE PAST
6 HOURS...ALBEIT SOMEWHAT MORE SLOWLY...AROUND 12 MPH.  THIS MOTION IS
EXPECTED TO CONTINUE OVER THE NEXT 6 HOURS...PERHAPS WITH SOME
CONTINUED GRADUAL SLOWING...BRINGING THE CENTER OF THE LOW FARTHER
INTO SOUTHERN NORTH CAROLINA BY LATER THIS EVENING.  THE ESTIMATED
CENTRAL PRESSURE AT 4 PM WAS ABOUT THE SAME AS IT WAS SIX HOURS
AGO...ABOUT 1006 MB...OR 29.71 INCHES.  WINDS AROUND THE CENTER WERE 10
TO 15 MPH...ALTHOUGH DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS......WINDS WERE GUSTING AS
HIGH AS 30 TO 35 MPH AT BUOYS IN THE VICINITY OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA
COAST.

THE HEAVIEST RAINS DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS HAVE BEEN FALLING
IMMEDIATELY TO THE SOUTHWEST OF THE SURFACE LOW...IN CENTRAL SOUTH
CAROLINA...WHERE UP TO SIX INCHES MAY HAVE FALLEN DURING THE PAST SIX
HOURS ACCORDING TO DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES.  A NEW BAND OF HEAVY
RAINFALL HAS BROKEN OUT IN NORTH CAROLINA...RUNNING FROM JUST EAST
OF CHARLOTTE TO NEAR ROCKY POINT...AS MUCH AS FOUR INCHES MAY HAVE
FALLEN NEAR SANFORD.

DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS...RAINFALL AMOUNTS GREATER THAN 5 INCHES
ARE STILL POSSIBLE NEAR THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM...IN EASTERN NORTH
CAROLINA.

NO SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES ARE IN EFFECT IN ASSOCIATION WITH THIS
SYSTEM AT PRESENT.  THERE HAVE BEEN A COUPLE OF TORNADO WARNINGS IN
SOUTH CAROLINA DURING THE AFTERNOON...AND A FEW SEVERE
THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS IN SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA.  FLOOD WATCHES ARE POSTED
FOR THE EASTERN THIRD OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND MOST OF EASTERN NORTH
CAROLINA.


SELECTED 6 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:


GEORGIA (THROUGH 4 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

VALDOSTA..............................0.75
MACON.................................0.71

SOUTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 4 AM EDT, IN INCHES)

MCENTIRE ANG BASE.....................1.19
ORANGEBURG............................1.12

COLUMBIA..............................0.71

NORTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 4 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

LAURENBERG-MAXTON AIRPORT.............1.10
LUMBERTON.............................0.60

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

MCELROY/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH