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Remnants of CHARLEY Advisory Number 10
 
Issued 23:00Z Aug 24, 1998
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 10 FOR REMNANTS OF T.D. CHARLEY
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
700 PM EDT MON AUG 24 1998

THE THREAT FOR MORE HEAVY RAINS OVER SOUTH-CENTRAL TX AND THE BIG
BEND AREA CONTINUE TONIGHT AS THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION
"CHARLEY" LINGER OVER THE AREA WITH ADDITIONAL HEAVY RAINS ALSO
EXPECTED OVER PARTS OF NORTHERN TX ALONG THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY.  

THE SYSTEM IS NOW WEAK ENOUGH SO THAT THERE IS NO LONGER ANY SORT
OF SURFACE CIRCULATION THOUGH THERE IS A WEAK SURFACE TROUGH
ACROSS WESTERN TX.  LATEST SATELLITE IMAGERY DOES STILL SHOW A
FAIRLY WELL DEFINED MID AND UPPER LEVEL CIRCULATION ASSOCIATED WITH
THE SYSTEM THAT STILL APPEARS TO BE LOCATED JUST WEST OF DEL RIO TX
WITH LATEST COMPUTER MODELS SUGGESTING THAT THE CIRCULATION WILL
NOT MOVE UNTIL TUESDAY MORNING.

RAINFALL ASSOCIATED WITH THE SYSTEM CONTINUES TO WEAKEN INTO THE
LATE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING HOURS BUT ARE EXPECTED TO RE-
INTENSIFY LATER THIS EVENING NEAR THE CENTER OF THE CIRCULATION WITH
UPWARDS OF ANOTHER 5 INCHES OF RAIN POSSIBLE OVER SOME LOCATIONS.  A
FLASH FLOOD WATCH IS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT THROUGH TONIGHT FOR
WESTERN SECTIONS OF THE TEXAS HILL COUNTRY AND WEST SECTIONS OF
SOUTH CENTRAL TX. 

HEAVY RAINS FROM EARLIER TODAY HAS CAUSED SOME FLASH FLOODING
OVER SOUTH CENTRAL TX... BUT MOST OF THE FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS HAVE
EXPIRED EXCEPT FOR REAL COUNTY WHICH IS EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM CDT.  

THE POTENTIAL FOR MORE HEAVY RAINS AND FLASH FLOODING WILL
CONTINUE TO EXIST OVER SOUTH CENTRAL TX FOR THE NEXT DAY OR SO AS
THE MID AND UPPER LEVEL CIRCULATION IS NOT EXPECTED TO MOVE QUICKLY
OUT OF THE AREA.   RESIDENTS ACROSS SOUTH-CENTRAL TEXAS WESTWARD
TOWARD THE BIG BEND REGION ARE ENCOURAGED TO STAY TUNED TO LOCAL
RADIO AND TELEVISION STATIONS OR NOAA WEATHER RADIO FOR ADDITIONAL
FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS AND STATEMENTS. 

THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AROUND 1 AM CDT TUESDAY.

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