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Remnants of BRET Advisory Number 27
 
Issued 05:00Z Aug 25, 1999
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 27 FOR T.D. "BRET"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1200 AM CDT WED AUG 25 1999

AT 1130 PM CDT... THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION BRET WAS LOCATED
NEAR 27.6N 103.8W...OR IN THE MOUNTAINS OF NORTH CENTRAL MEXICO.   

AT 700 PM CDT ALICE REPORTED 3.13 INCHES OVER THE LAST 24 HOURS..DEL RIO
REPORTED 1.85 INCHES..HARLINGEN REPORTED 1.19 INCHES..AND SAN ANTONIO
REPORTED 1.12 INCHES..NESDIS SATELLITE ESTIMATES SUGGEST THAT 8 INCHES
OF RAIN MAY HAVE FALLEN IN NORTH CENTRAL MEXICO..JUST SOUTHWEST OF
MAVERICK COUNTY TEXAS..BETWEEN 1245 PM CDT AND 645 PM CDT TUESDAY.

THE HEAVIEST RAINS ARE CURRENTLY FALLING SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE
AND ALL FLASH FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS OVER TEXAS HAVE EXPIRED.

RIVER FLOOD WARNINGS WERE IN EFFECT FOR THE RIO GRANDE RIVER AT
LAREDO AND THE ARANSAS RIVER NEAR SKIDMORE.   AT 630 PM CDT THE STAGE
OF THE RIO GRANDE RIVER WAS 8.43 FEET..WITH FLOOD STAGE BEING 8.00 FEET.
THE RIO GRANDE IS EXPECTED TO RISE SLOWLY AS HEAVY RAINS CONTINUE IN
MEXICO. AT 315 PM CDT THE STAGE OF THE ARANSAS RIVER WAS 12.97
FEET..WITH FLOOD STAGE BEING 13.00 FEET. THE ARANSAS RIVER WAS
EXPECTED TO CREST BETWEEN 14 AND 15 FEET.

THE HEAVIEST RAIN IS EXPECTED TO REMAIN SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE
VALLEY. LOCALLY EXCESSIVE RAINFALL IS LIKELY..BUT A STRONG UPPER
RIDGE TO THE WEST SHOULD CONFINE THE RAIN TO NORTHERN MEXICO AND
POSSIBLY EXTREME SOUTH WESTERN TEXAS.
  
THIS IS THE FINAL STORM SUMMARY ON BRET.

SCHAUER/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH