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Remnants of DENNIS Advisory Number 59
 
Issued 11:00Z Sep 07, 1999
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 59 FOR THE REMNANTS OF "DENNIS"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
630 AM EDT TUE SEP 07 1999

AT 630 A.M. EDT THE CENTER OF DENNIS COULD NO LONGER BE FOUND. IT
LOOKS LIKE DENNIS WAS PULLED INTO A LARGER REGION OF LOW PRESSURE
OVER CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA.

A LARGE BAND OF HEAVY RAIN WAS STILL PLAGUING THE EAST COAST FROM
SOUTH CAROLINA INTO NEW YORK THIS MORNING. THIS AXIS OF HEAVY RAIN
WAS A DIRECT RESULT OF DENNIS PULLING DEEP TROPICAL MOISTURE INTO THE
EASTERN UNITED STATES. RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 2-4 INCHES HAVE BEEN
COMMON ALONG THIS BAND WITH SOME HEAVIER REPORTS.

SOME OF THE HEAVIEST RAINS SINCE 8:00 P.M. EDT MONDAY:

                    SELINSGROVE, PA     5.15 INCHES
                    YORK, PA            3.27 INCHES
                    WILLIAMSPORT, PA    4.24 INCHES
                    MYRTLE BEACH, SC    3.71 INCHES

THE HEAVY RAIN WILL SPREAD ACROSS MUCH OF NEW YORK...EASTERN
PENNSYLVANIA...NORTHERN NEW JERSEY AND INTO PARTS OF WESTERN NEW
ENGLAND TODAY. FLASH FLOOD WATCHES ARE CURRENTLY IN EFFECT FOR
MUCH OF SOUTH-CENTRAL NEW YORK...MUCH OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN
PENNSYLVANIA...DELAWARE AND NEW JERSEY.

IF YOU LIVE IN A FLASH FLOOD WATCH AREA...YOU CAN EXPECT RAINFALL OF 
1-3 INCHES TODAY WITH LOCALLY HEAVIER RAINS IN THE HIGHER TERRAIN.
ISOLATED AMOUNTS OF 3-5 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE IN THE CATSKILLS...
ADIRONDACKS...POCONOS AND BERKSHIRES.

FOR PUBLIC DISSEMINATION...THE WMO HEADER FOR THE STORM SUMMARIES
ON DENNIS IS ACUS45 KWBC.

THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY ON THE REMNANTS OF DENNIS WILL BE ISSUED AT
1:00 P.M. EDT.

ECKERT/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH