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Remnants of FRANCES Advisory Number 7
 
Issued 05:00Z Sep 14, 1998
 
Advisory Selection
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STORM SUMMARY 7 FOR THE REMNANTS OF  "FRANCES"
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
100 AM CDT MON SEP 14 1998

AT 1 AM CDT THE REMNANTS OF FRANCES WERE CENTERED OVER NORTHERN
TEXAS.  THE SLOWLY DRIFTING LOW PRESSURE CENTER HAD A CENTRAL
PRESSURE OF 1003 MB.  COASTAL FLOOD WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR
HANCOCK COUNTY MISSISSIPPI ..THE ENTIRE LOUISIANA COAST INCLUDING
TIDAL LAKES..AND THE UPPER TEXAS COAST.  ABOVE NORMAL TIDES ARE
EXPECTED DUE TO THE MODERATE ONSHORE FLOW.  FLASH FLOOD WATCHES
ARE IN EFFECT FOR WESTERN AND CENTRAL LOUISIANA AND EXTREME
SOUTHEAST TEXAS.  LOCALLY HEAVY RAINS AND SOME FLOODING WILL
CONTINUE TO THREATEN PARTS OF FAR EASTERN TEXAS...MUCH OF
LOUISIANA...EASTERN OKLAHOMA...EASTERN KANSAS...WESTERN ARKANSAS
AND MISSOURI.

SELECTED HEAVIER RAINFALL AMOUNTS OVER THE PAST 24 HOURS (IN INCHES
ENDING AT 7 PM CDT) ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMAINS OF FRANCES INCLUDED:

KANSAS:
CHANUTE             3.47
COFFEYVILLE         3.46
OLATHE              3.08
PARSONS             3.79
COLUMBUS            1.41+
LAWRENCE KU         1.07+
PITTSBURG           3.03+

OKLAHOMA:
OKLAHOMA CITY       1.57
TINKER AFB          1.17
TULSA               2.05

ARKANSAS:
FORT SMITH          1.62

MISSOURI:
JOPLIN              1.16
SEDALIA             1.08


PLEASE REFER TO STATEMENTS FROM YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE FORECAST OFFICE FOR UPDATED AND DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT
RAIN AND FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH THE REMNANTS OF FRANCES.

THE NEXT STORM SUMMARY WILL BE ISSUED AT NOON MONDAY CDT.

SCHICHTEL/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH