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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 35
 
Issued 03:00Z Jun 14, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 35 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1100 PM EDT WED JUN 13 2001

AT 10 PM...THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON"
HAD MOVED TO 34.4N 78.1W...OR JUST NORTHWEST OF WILMINGTON, NORTH
CAROLINA. THE SYSTEM HAS BEEN MOVING TO THE EAST-NORTHEAST AT APPROXIMATELY
10 TO 15 MPH OVER THE PAST 6 HOURS.  IF THIS MOTION WERE TO
CONTINUE...THAT WOULD BRING THE CENTER OF THE LOW NEAR THE OUTER BANKS OF NORTH
CAROLINA IN THE NEXT 12 TO 24 HOURS.  HOWEVER...A GRADUAL DECREASE IN
ITS FORWARD SPEED AND/OR A TURN TO THE NORTH-NORTHEAST IS POSSIBLE OVER
THE NEXT SEVERAL HOURS.  THE ESTIMATED CENTRAL PRESSURE IS ABOUT 1007
MB.  WINDS NEAR THE CENTER ARE BETWEEN 10 AND 15 MPH.  EARLIER THIS
EVENING...SEVERAL REPORTS OF STRONGER GUSTS WERE REPORTED ALONG
THE COAST.  

DOPPLER RADAR IS INDICATING A COMMA SHAPED AREA OF HEAVIER
PRECIPITATION ROTATING AROUND THE CENTER....WITH THE HEAD OF THE
COMMA PRESENTLY MOVING NORTHWARD THROUGH THE COASTAL PLAIN OF
SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA...AFFECTING AN AREA STRETCHING FROM
JUST SOUTH OF GREENVILLE TO MOREHEAD CITY...WITH THE TAIL OF COMMA
STRETCHED ACROSS CENTRAL SOUTH CAROLINA...FROM JUST NORTHEAST OF
COLUMBIA...TO JUST NORTH OF CHARLESTON.  DEPENDANT UPON THE MOTION OF THIS
SYSTEM...AN ADDITIONAL 5 TO 6 INCHES OF RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE OVER THE
SOUTHEASTERN COASTAL PLAIN OF NORTH CAROLINA OVER THE NEXT 24
HOURS.

AT THE PRESENT TIME...ALL FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS FOR COUNTIES IN THE
CAROLINAS HAVE BEEN ALLOWED TO EXPIRE.  HOWEVER...FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES REMAIN IN EFFECT TONIGHT FOR COUNTIES FROM THE PIEDMONT TO THE
COASTS OF NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SELECTED 12 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

GEORGIA (THROUGH 8 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

AUGUSTA...............................0.78

SOUTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 8 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

MCENTIRE ANG BASE.....................1.39
ORANGEBURG............................1.23
COLUMBIA..............................0.72

NORTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 8 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

SOUTHERN PINES........................1.62
LUMBERTON.............................1.35
LAURINBERG-MAXTON AIRPORT.............1.29
FAYETTEVILLE..........................0.96
WILLIAMS AIRPORT......................0.80
POPE AIR FORCE BASE...................0.79

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

PEREIRA/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH