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Remnants of BARRY Advisory Number 22
 
Issued 15:00Z Aug 07, 2001
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 22 FOR THE REMNANT LOW OF "BARRY"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1000 AM CDT TUE AUG 07 2001

AT 1000 AM CDT THE CENTER OF THE LOW ONCE ASSOCIATED WITH BARRY WAS
LOCATED NEAR 35.1N 90.0W...OVER MEMPHIS TENNESSEE.  THE CENTER OF THE
SYSTEM HAS BEEN MOVING TO THE NORTHWEST AT 9 MPH OVER THE PAST 12
HOURS.  THE SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO DRIFT SLOWER TO THE NORTHWEST...
CURVING MORE TO THE WEST WITH TIME...TAKING THE DISSIPATING CENTER
THROUGH THE STATE OF ARKANSAS DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS.  MAXIMUM
SUSTAINED WINDS IN ITS WEAK CIRCULATION ARE 10 MPH.  THE MINIMUM
CENTRAL PRESSURE HAS RISEN TO 1017 MB...30.03 INCHES. 

RIVER FLOOD WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR THE ALAFTA RIVER NEAR LITHIA
FLORIDA...THE ST. MARKS RIVER NEAR NEWPORT FL...AND THE MYAKKA RIVER
AT MYAKKA STATE PARK IN FLORIDA. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS FOR
FLORIDA'S BIG BEND THROUGH THIS AFTERNOON.

OVER THE 24 PERIOD ENDING AT 7 AM CDT...DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES JUST
OVER 8 INCHES OF RAIN FELL TO THE NORTHEAST OF TALLAHASSEE. A
SECONDARY MAXIMUM OF 4 INCHES WAS SPOTTED NEAR CHIPLEY FLORIDA.
FARTHER INLAND...AN AREA OF 3 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS CENTRAL
ALABAMA. THIS MORNING...THE ONLY RAINS NOTED WITH THE REMNANT LOW
ARE SOME SCATTERED SHOWERS ACROSS SOUTHWEST TENNESSEE...NORTHERN
MISSISSIPPI...AND NORTHEAST ARKANSAS. OVER THE PAST 48 HOURS...THE CITY
OF TALLAHASSEE IS ESTIMATED TO HAVE RECEIVED 12 INCHES OF RAIN
ACCORDING TO DOPPLER RADAR ESTIMATES. BELOW ARE THE 24 HOUR RAIN
TOTALS ENDING AT 7 AM CDT...AND A LIST OF THREE DAY STORM TOTALS FOR
OBSERVATION SITES IN NORTH FLORIDA...ALABAMA...AND MISSISSIPPI.

SELECTED 24 HOUR RAINFALL AMOUNTS INCLUDE:

TALLAHASSEE FL.....................4.28
MAXWELL AFB/MONTGOMERY AL..........2.74
SHELBY COUNTY AIRPORT AL...........2.31
OZARK AL...........................1.67
MARIANA FL.........................1.63
TROY AL............................1.61
BIRMINGHAM AL......................1.39
SELMA AL...........................1.20
PINSON AL..........................1.19
MONTGOMERY AL......................1.10
TUPELO MS..........................1.04

THREE DAY STORM TOTALS FOR BARRY ENDING AT 7 AM CDT:
TALLAHASSEE FL.....................8.91
TYNDALL AFB/PANAMA CITY............8.68
APALACHICOLA FL....................6.40
PANAMA CITY FL.....................5.19
ST. AUGUSTINE FL...................4.24
TROY AL............................4.05
OZARK AL...........................3.50
MAXWELL AFB/MONTGOMERY AL..........3.21
VALDOSTA GA........................2.39
TUPELO MS..........................1.08

AN ADDITIONAL 1 TO 2 INCHES OF RAIN...WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS...IS
POSSIBLE TO THE RIGHT OF THE TRACK MAINLY OVER SOUTHWESTERN
TENNESSEE AND NORTHEAST ARKANSAS OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS. SOME
HEAVY RAIN REMAINS POSSIBLE ACROSS THE EASTERN FLORIDA PANHANDLE...
MAINLY IN THE DIFFLUENT UPPER FLOW BETWEEN BARRY AND AN UPPER LOW
TO THE EAST.
                         
THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ON THE REMAINS OF BARRY.

ROTH/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH