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Remnants of BARRY Advisory Number 19
 
Issued 21:00Z Aug 06, 2001
 
Advisory Selection
View advisory number:  22   21   20   19   

STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 19 FOR T.D. "BARRY"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
400 PM CDT MON AUG 06 2001

AT 4 PM CDT THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION BARRY WAS LOCATED
NEAR 33.0N 88.2W....OR 35 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHEAST OF COLUMBUS MISSISSIPPI
NEAR THE TOWN OF ALICEVILLE ALABAMA...LESS THAN 10 MILES FROM THE
ALABAMA/MISSISSIPPI BORDER. BARRY HAS BEEN MOVING NORTHWEST AT 17
MPH OVER THE PAST 12 HOURS. THIS NORTHWEST TRACK SHOULD CONTINUE
FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS...WITH SOME DECELERATION EXPECTED AS THE
SYSTEM MOVES FARTHER INLAND. THE PROJECTED PATH TAKES THE CENTER OF
THE DEPRESSION THROUGH NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI TONIGHT AND INTO
NORTHEAST ARKANSAS BY LATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS ARE 20 MPH TO THE NORTH AND EAST OF THE CENTER IN ITS MAIN
INFLOW BAND...WITH GUSTS TO 30 MPH POSSIBLE. THE MINIMUM CENTRAL
PRESSURE IS 1009 MB...29.80 INCHES.

FLASH FLOOD WATCHES REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR NORTHERN FLORIDA AS WELL
AS CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST ALABAMA. A TORNADO WATCH IS IN EFFECT FOR
THE EASTERN FLORIDA PANHANDLE...EXTREME SOUTHEAST GEORGIA...AS WELL
AS CENTRAL AND EASTERN ALABAMA UNTIL 7 PM CDT. FLASH FLOOD
WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR LEON AND NORTHERN WAKULLA COUNTIES IN
NORTHERN FLORIDA UNTIL 7 PM CDT.

DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES THAT OVER 10 INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN A SWATH
FROM APALACHICOLA NORTH TO BRISTOL FLORIDA IN THE 24 HOUR PERIOD
ENDING AT 7 AM CDT. SO FAR TODAY...RADAR ESTIMATES THAT AS MUCH AS 8
INCHES OF RAIN HAS FALLEN NEAR TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA...SIMILAR TO WHAT
TRANSPIRED IN LEON COUNTY DURING ALLISON LESS THAN TWO MONTHS AGO.
TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE CENTER...AN AREA OF 3 INCHES OF RAIN WAS
ESTIMATED NEAR MILLABROOK ALABAMA. STORM TOTALS FOR BARRY REMAIN
BELOW 10 INCHES AT ALL AVAILABLE OBSERVATION SITES THUS FAR. BELOW IS
A LIST OF RAINFALL TOTALS FOR THE 30 HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT 1 PM
CDT...FOLLOWED BY A PARTIAL LIST OF FIVE DAY STORM TOTALS FOR THE
CYCLONE.

...30 HR RAIN TOTALS TO 18Z AUGUST 06...
TYNDALL AFB/PANAMA CITY FL..........7.65
APALACHICOLA FL.....................6.15
ST. AUGUSTINE.......................5.00
TALLAHASSEE FL......................5.85
PANAMA CITY FL......................4.36
WEST KENDALL/TAMIAMI AP FL..........3.67
TROY AL.............................3.07
VALDOSTA GA ........................2.38
MARIANA FL..........................2.32
VALDOSTA-MOODY GA...................2.14
                         
...FIVE DAY STORM TOTALS FOR BARRY THROUGH 7 AM CDT...
TYNDALL AFB/PANAMA CITY FL..........8.68 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
WEST PALM BEACH INT'L AP FL.........8.05 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
FORT LAUDERDALE/DIXIE WP FL.........7.97
PERRINE FL..........................7.15
WEST KENDALL/TAMIAMI AP FL..........6.95 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
FORT LAUDERDALE EXECUTIVE AP FL.....6.72 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
CORAL SPRINGS FL....................6.69
CORAL SPRINGS 4 W FL................6.57
POMPANO BEACH FL....................6.56 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
TENRAW FL...........................6.55
FORT LAUDERDALE INT'L AP FL.........6.51 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
APALACHICOLA........................6.17 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
TALLAHASSEE.........................6.13 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...
NORTH PERRY AP FL...................6.05 ...THROUGH 1 PM CDT...

AS BARRY MOVES TO THE NORTHWEST...HEAVY RAINS ON THE ORDER OF 4 TO 6
INCHES...WITH ISOLATED AMOUNTS TO 12 INCHES...WILL BE A THREAT MAINLY
TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRACK ACROSS THE WESTERN FLORIDA PANHANDLE...
SOUTHWEST GEORGIA...MUCH OF ALABAMA...AND NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI.
ISOLATED TORNADOES COULD ALSO BE A PROBLEM TO THE RIGHT OF THE
TRACK FROM EASTERN AND NORTHERN ALABAMA INTO NORTHERN
MISSISSIPPI...WESTERN TENNESSEE...AND ARKANSAS DURING THE NEXT 24
HOURS.

THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY ON BARRY WILL BE ISSUED AT 10 PM CDT TONIGHT.

ROTH/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH