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Remnants of EARL Advisory Number 2
 
Issued 23:00Z Sep 03, 1998
 
Advisory Selection
View advisory number:  3   2   1   

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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 2 FOR REMNANTS OF "EARL"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
700 PM EDT THU SEP 03 1998

THE REMNANTS OF "EARL" CONTINUE TO PROGRESS NORTHEASTWARD
THROUGH SOUTHERN GEORGIA TOWARD SOUTH CAROLINA.  AS OF 6:00 PM
EDT...THE SURFACE LOW WAS LOCATED NEAR THE GEORGIA-SOUTH CAROLINA
BORDER BETWEEN AUGUSTA AND SAVANNAH GEORGIA.  LATEST FORECAST
GUIDANCE TRACK THE SYSTEM NORTHEASTWARD THROUGH NORTHEASTERN
NORTH CAROLINA TONIGHT THEN OFF THE DELMARVA COAST BY FRI MORNING.

THE SURFACE LOW IS CURRENTLY SPREADING HEAVY TO EXCESSIVE RAINS
WELL TO THE NORTH OF THE SURFACE LOW FROM EASTERN GEORGIA
NORTHEASTWARD THROUGH MOST OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND NORTH
CAROLINA AND INTO SOUTH CENTRAL-SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA.  THAT TREND
SHOULD CONTINUE TONIGHT AND INTO EARLY TOMORROW MORNING.  AS A
CONSEQUENCE..FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS HAVE BEEN ISSUED TONIGHT FOR
EASTERN LEXINGTON COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AND COLUMBIA AND
RICHMOND COUNTIES IN GEORGIA.  FLASH FLOOD WATCHES HAVE BEEN ISSUED
FOR TONIGHT AND FRIDAY MORNING ACROSS THE PIEDMONT...COASTAL PLAINS
AND COAST OF NORTH CAROLINA.  

IN ADDITION..THE STORM GENERATED TORNADOS ACROSS PORTIONS OF
SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTHERN SOUTH CAROLINA THIS
AFTERNOON.   TORNADO WATCHES HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR CENTRAL AND
EASTERN SECTIONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND PORTIONS OF NORTHEASTERN
NORTH CAROLINA UNTIL MIDNIGHT.  GALE WARNINGS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR
TONIGHT ALONG THE NORTH CAROLINA COAST AND WIND ADVISORY FOR
COASTAL AREAS OF SOUTH CAROLINA THIS EVENING.

THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AT 100 AM EDT.  

WOLF/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH