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Remnants of BARRY Advisory Number 6
 
Issued 03:00Z Jun 03, 2007
 
Advisory Selection
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PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 6 FOR REMNANTS OF BARRY
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD AL022007
11 PM EDT SAT JUN 2 2007

FLOOD WATCHES HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR SOUTHEASTERN MARYLAND...EASTERN
VIRGINA...MOST OF EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA...AND PORTIONS OF SOUTH
CAROLINA.

TROPICAL DEPRESSION BARRY HAS BECOME AN EXTRATROPICAL LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM.  AT 11 PM EDT...03Z...THE CENTER OF THIS EXTRATROPICAL
CYCLONE WAS LOCATED ON THE EAST COAST OF GEORGIA NEAR LATITUDE
31.9 NORTH...LONGITUDE...81.0 WEST...AND IS MOVING TOWARD THE
NORTH-NORTHEAST NEAR 17 MPH.

DOPPLER RADAR SHOWED THAT MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WITH
EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS HAD ALREADY OVERSPREAD EASTERN
GEORGIA...MUCH OF NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA AND WAS BEGINNING TO
MOVE INTO SOUTHERN VIRGINA. NEW HEAVY SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS
WERE FORMING JUST OFF THE COAST OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND WERE READY
TO MOVE ONSHORE EAST OF CHARLESTON.

SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 8 PM EDT

...FLORIDA...
WEST PALM BEACH INTL ARPT             6.99
MELBOURNE WFO                         6.03
LARGO (MCKAY CREEK)                   6.01  
SUWANNEE 6 NE                         5.25  
CHIEFLAND 5 SE                        5.15  
CLEARWATER (ALLIGATOR CREEK)          4.95  
DUNEDIN                               4.63  
TARPON SPRINGS 5 E (BROOKER CREEK)    4.56  
MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE                4.24
HOLIDAY 5 E                           4.16  
SAFETY HARBOR                         4.09  
TOWN 'N COUNTRY                       3.95  
ST PETE/CLEARWATER INTL               3.79
PINELLAS PARK (PINEBROOK CANAL)       3.74    
BRONSON FAWN                          3.67  
INVERNESS 3 SE                        3.50  
PALM RIVER-CLAIR MEL                  3.34  
THONOTOSASSA                          3.00    
TAMPA INTL                            3.17  

...GEORGIA...
MIDWAY                                5.25  
DOWNTOWN SAVANNAH                     5.24  
SAVANNAH AIRPORT                      4.45  
TYBEE ISLAND                          3.61  
HINESVILLE                            3.54  
PORT WENTWORTH                        3.14  
HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD                  3.01  

...SOUTH CAROLINA...
LEVY                                  5.07  
BLUFFTON                              3.13  

EXTRATROPICAL STORM BARRY IS EXPECTED TO MOVE UP THE EASTERN
SEABOARD OVER THE NEXT 48 HOURS. RAINFALL TOTALS OF 1 TO 2 INCHES
WILL BE COMMON FROM GEORGIA NORTHWARD THROUGH THE COASTAL SECTIONS
OF THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

THE NEXT ADVISORY ON EXTRATROPICAL STORM BARRY WILL BE ISSUED BY
THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER AT 5 AM EDT. PLEASE
REFER TO YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION ON THIS STORM.

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