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Remnants of ALLISON Advisory Number 38
 
Issued 21:00Z Jun 14, 2001
 
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 38 FOR THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON" 
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
500 PM EDT THU JUN 14 2001

AT 4 PM EDT...THE SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF "ALLISON"
WAS LOCATED NEAR 34.7 N 77.3 W...OR VERY NEAR THE NORTH CAROLINA
COAST...ABOUT MIDWAY BETWEEN THE NEW RIVER MARINE CORPS AIR
STATION AND THE CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION.  THE CENTRAL PRESSURE
OF THIS LOW WAS 1007 MB OR 29.74 INCHES.  THIS SYSTEM HAS BEEN MOVING
ERRATICALLY DURING THE PAST SIX HOURS...AND APPEARS TO BE LOOPING
SLOWLY COUNTERCLOCKWISE.  THE CIRCULATION OF THIS SYSTEM APPEARS TO
BE WELL ORGANIZED ON RADAR IMAGERY...AGREEING WELL WITH THE
CIRCULATION CENTER DERIVED FROM SURFACE OBSERVATIONS...HOWEVER...SURFACE WINDS
SURROUNDING THE CENTER ARE GENERALLY 5 TO 15 MPH.  THE HIGHEST WINDS
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM ARE OCCURRING ON THE COAST AND
OFFSHORE...CAPE LOOKOUT HAS REPORTED WIND GUSTS EXCEEDING 20 MPH
DURING THE PAST FEW HOURS. 

A CHECK OF SIX-HOUR DOPPLER RADAR RAINFALL ESTIMATES REVEALS THAT
MOST OF THE SYSTEM'S RAINFALL DURING THE DAY HAS FALLEN OVER EASTERN
NORTH CAROLINA...WHERE AMOUNTS AS GREAT AS 2 TO 4 INCHES HAVE FALLEN.

HEAVY RAINS WILL CONTINUE OVER THE EASTERN HALF OF NORTH
CAROLINA...WHERE 3 TO 5 INCHES OF RAIN IS EXPECTED DURING THE NEXT 24
HOURS...WITH ISOLATED HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE.

FLASH FLOOD WATCHES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED OVER MOST OF EASTERN
NORTH CAROLINA THROUGH FRIDAY.  A FLASH FLOOD WARNING IS IN EFFECT FOR
NORTHERN AND WESTERN WAKE COUNTY IN NORTH CAROLINA UNTIL 615 PM EDT.

SELECTED 6 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE:

NORTH CAROLINA (THROUGH 2 PM EDT, IN INCHES)

SEYMOUR-JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE........1.50
NEW BERN..............................0.67
LAURINBURG-MAXTON.....................0.46
LUMBERTON MUNI........................0.43
WILMINGTON............................0.40
MACKALL AAF...........................0.40
ROCKY MOUNT-WILSON....................0.36
CHERRY POINT..........................0.31
RALEIGH-DURHAM........................0.20


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

ZIEGENFELDER /MCELROY/ FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH