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Remnants of BARRY Advisory Number 7
 
Issued 09:00Z Jun 03, 2007
 
Advisory Selection
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PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 7 FOR REMNANTS OF BARRY
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD AL022007
5 AM EDT SUN JUN 3 2007

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

TROPICAL DEPRESSION BARRY HAS BECOME AN EXTRATROPICAL LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM.  AT 4 AM EDT...THE 993 MILLIBAR LOW CENTER WAS LOCATED
JUST EAST OF BEAUFORT...SOUTH CAROLINA NEAR LATITUDE 32.4
NORTH...LONGITUDE...80.6 WEST...AND IS MOVING TOWARD THE
NORTH-NORTHEAST AT APPROXIMATELY 16 MILES PER HOUR.

DOPPLER RADAR SHOWED THAT MODERATE TO LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WITH
EMBEDDED THUNDERSTORMS HAD ALREADY SPREAD FROM CENTRAL GEORGIA
NORTHWARD INTO MUCH OF NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA...AND WAS
BEGINNING TO MOVE INTO CENTRAL PORTIONS OF VIRGINIA AND THE
COASTLINE OF MARYLAND. 

SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 2 AM 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
NASA SHUTTLE FACILITY                 4.57
PATRICK AFB/COCOA BEACH               4.56  
TARPON SPRINGS 5 E (BROOKER CREEK)    4.56  
MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE                4.24
HOLIDAY 5 E                           4.16
VERO BEACH MUNI AIRPORT               4.15
SAFETY HARBOR                         4.09
JACKSONVILLE/CRAIG MUNI AIRPORT       4.07
TOWN 'N COUNTRY                       3.95
FORT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD             3.94  
ST PETE/CLEARWATER INTL               3.79
PINELLAS PARK (PINEBROOK CANAL)       3.74    
BRONSON FAWN                          3.67
CROSS CITY AIRPORT                    3.62
ALBERT WHITTED                        3.54  
INVERNESS 3 SE                        3.50  
PALM RIVER-CLAIR MEL                  3.34  
TAMPA INTL                            3.17  
JACKSONVILLE INTL AIRPORT             3.17
THONOTOSASSA                          3.00

...GEORGIA...

MIDWAY                                5.39  
DOWNTOWN SAVANNAH                     5.35  
SAVANNAH AIRPORT                      4.80
ALMA/BACON CO. AIRPORT                4.01  
TYBEE ISLAND                          3.68 
BRUNSWICK/MALCOLM MCKINNON ARPT       3.64 
HINESVILLE                            3.60  
PORT WENTWORTH                        3.29
FORT STEWART                          3.26
METTER                                3.23
HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD                  3.20
DARIEN                                2.71
REIDSVILLE                            2.56
WALTHOURVILLE                         2.55
BLITCHTON                             2.22
MILLEN                                2.06

...SOUTH CAROLINA...

LEVY                                  5.38
HILTON HEAD                           3.40
BLUFFTON                              3.13
BEAUFORT                              2.91
CHARLESTON AIRPORT                    2.38
FOLLY BEACH                           2.15
EDISTO BEACH                          2.12

...NORTH CAROLINA...

WILMINGTON/NEW HANOVER CO. AIRPORT    1.34


PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR THROUGH 11 PM EDT

...SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA...

BEN SAWYER BRIDGE                     60 MPH
DON HOLT BRIDGE                       60 MPH 
TYBG1 TOWER                           54 MPH
DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON                   53 MPH
BUOY 41004                            52 MPH
BUOY 41008                            50 MPH


THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO MOVE UP THE EASTERN
SEABOARD OVER THE NEXT 48 HOURS. RAINFALL TOTALS OF 1 TO 3 INCHES
WILL BE COMMON FROM NORTH CAROLINA NORTHWARD THROUGH THE COASTAL
SECTIONS OF THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES OVER THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

THE NEXT ADVISORY ON THIS SYSTEM WILL BE ISSUED BY THE
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER AT 11 AM EDT. PLEASE REFER
TO YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION ON THIS STORM.

RUBIN-OSTER