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Remnants of DENNIS Advisory Number 61
 
Issued 23:00Z Sep 07, 1999
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 61 FOR THE REMNANTS OF "DENNIS"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
700 PM EDT TUE SEP 07 1999

AT 700 PM EDT THE EXTRATROPICAL LOW THAT WAS ONCE DENNIS WAS
LOCATED JUST WEST OF SYRACUSE NEW YORK VERY NEAR THE EASTERN
SHORES OF LAKE ONTARIO.  ALTHOUGH THE REMNANTS OF DENNIS ARE STILL
DEFINABLE AS A SEPARATE ENTITY...IT IS GRADUALLY BECOMING INVOLVED
WITH A WEAK COLD FRONT PUSHING THROUGH THE NORTHEASTERN STATES. IT
DOES NOT APPEAR ANYMORE THAT THE REMNANTS OF DENNIS ARE SHOWING
ANY SIGNS OF STRENGTHENING...AS MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE REMAINS AT
1006 MB...OR 29.74 INCHES...AND MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ACCOMPANYING
THE STORM ARE ONLY 10 MPH OR SO.   MOVEMENT CONTINUES TO BE SLOWLY
NORTHWARD...WITH THE REMNANTS OF DENNIS EXPECTED TO BE IN EXTREME
SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO OR SOUTHERN QUEBEC PROVINCE BY WEDNESDAY
MORNING.

LATEST RADAR IMAGES SHOW ONLY SOME BANDS OF MOSTLY MODERATE
RAINS LIFTING NORTHWARD THROUGH PORTIONS OF EASTERN NEW YORK
STATE...WESTERN VERMONT AND PARTS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.  ALTHOUGH SOME
VERY HEAVY RAINS OCCURRED WITH THIS STORM DURING THE 24-HOUR PERIOD
ENDING AT 8AM THIS MORNING...THE GRADUAL LOSS OF MOISTURE COMING IN
OFF OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN HAS RESULTED IN A DECREASE IN RAINS DURING
THIS AFTERNOON/EARLY EVENING.  AS OF THIS TIME...THERE ARE NO LONGER
ANY FLOOD/FLASH FLOOD WATCHES IN EFFECT...NOR OR THERE ANY OTHER
FLOODING AND/OR SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS IN EFFECT.  

THE HEAVIEST OBSERVED RAINFALL TOTALS IN THE 24-HOUR PERIOD
ENDING AT 8 AM EDT TUESDAY:

EAST BUFFALO TOWNSHIP PA.....7.96 INCHES
LOCHILE PA.......................................7.23 INCHES
LEWISBURG PA.................................6.77 INCHES
WILLIAMSPORT PA..........................6.41 INCHES
SELINSGROVE PA.............................4.85 INCHES
ELINSPORT PA..................................4.43 INCHES (AS OF 2 AM)
WOODHULL NY................................3.36 INCHES
CHERRY POINT NC..........................3.42 INCHES
JACKSONVILLE NC..........................3.12 INCHES
RICHMOND VA.................................2.38 INCHES


RAINFALL TOTALS FOR VA AND NC ABOVE 7 INCHES SINCE SATURDAY...

CHAPEL HILL NC............................10.63 INCHES
UPPER SHERANDO VA...................9.25 INCHES
CARY NC...........................................8.90 INCHES
APEX NC............................................8.86 INCHES
MONTEREY VA................................8.40 INCHES
TOMS BRANCH VA..........................8.10 INCHES
MONTEBELLO VA............................7.75 INCHES
RALEIGH/DURHAM NC...................7.48 INCHES
SUGAR GROVE VA...........................7.32 INCHES
SOUTH RALEIGH NC........................7.30 INCHES
BIG MEADOWS VA...........................7.09 INCHES
WILSONVILLE NC.............................7.09 INCHES

SINCE THE HEAVY RAINFALL THREAT HAS NOW ENDED WITH THIS SYSTEM AS IT
CONTINUES ITS TREK INTO SOUTHERN CANADA...THIS WILL BE THE LAST
SUMMARY ISSUED ON THIS STORM.

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

TERRY/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH