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Remnants of GUSTAV Advisory Number 44
 
Issued 15:00Z Sep 04, 2008
 
Advisory Selection
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PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 44 FOR FORMER TROPICAL DEPRESSION GUSTAV
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD AL072008
1000 AM CDT THU SEP 4 2008

...GUSTAV BECOMING EXTRATROPICAL... 

FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR PARTS
OF LOUISIANA...ARKANSAS...MISSISSIPPI...EXTREME EASTERN
OKLAHOMA...EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN KANSAS AND MUCH OF MISSOURIAND
ADJACENT WESTER ILLINOIS.  FOR MORE STORM INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO
YOUR AREA...PLEASE MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV.
 
AT 1000 AM CDT...15Z...THE REMNANT LOW OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION
GUSTAV WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 37.0 NORTH...AND LONGITUDE 92.6
WEST...OR 40 MILES...64 KM...EAST SOUTHEAST OF SPRINGFIELD
MISSOURI. 

THE LOW WAS MOVING NORTHEAST AT 13 MPH. THIS NORTHEASTWARD MOTION
IS EXPECTED THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT AND INCREASE IN FORWARD SPEED
AS IT MOVES INTO THE GREAT LAKES FRIDAY MORNING.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 15 MPH...24 KM/HR...WITH HIGHER
GUSTS. THE CIRCULATION CENTER WITH FORMER GUSTAV HAS MERGED WITH A
FRONTAL BOUNDARY. THE MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1000 MB...29.53
INCHES. 

SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 7 AM CDT
THURSDAY...UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.

...LOUISIANA...

FRANKLIN                            20.00
GRAND ISLE                          19.19  
LARTO LAKE                          19.00
HAHA BAYOU JONESVILLE 7 SW          18.87
NE BAY GARDENE NR POINT A LA HACHE  17.76  
JONESVILLE 7 SW                     17.70 
FOOLS RIVER CLAYTON 4 NNW           17.58
WINNSBORO 5 SSE                     16.51 
BUNKIE 0.3 WSW                      16.37 THROUGH 7 AM CDT WED
CLAYTON 4 NNW                       14.54 
RED RIVER LOCK AND DAM              13.50 
BAYOU COCODRIE NEAR CLEARWATER      13.88
BUNKIE                              12.84
CLEARWATER                          12.54 
RAYVILLE                            12.13 
DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE             11.95  
BASTROP 3.2 NNE                     11.55
BAYOU DES GLAISES AT MOREAUVILLE    11.16  
WEST MONROE 4.1 NW                  10.98 
ALEXANDRIA                           9.50
MONROE                               9.43
BATON ROUGE                          4.81
FORT POLK                            4.33
NEW ORLEANS NAS                      3.10

 
...MISSISSIPPI...

LAKE WASHINGTON TRIB NR CHATHAM     12.40
BUDE (HOMOCHITTO NATIONAL FOREST)   11.53 
GREENVILLE                          11.09
ROLLING FORK 16.1 WSW               10.56
VICKSBURG 2.2 NE                    10.46
LIBERTY 6.4 ENE                     10.27
UNION CHURCH                         9.79
HOMOCHITTO RIVER AT EDDICETON MS     9.34 
BUFFALO RIVER NEAR WOODVILLE         9.25  
VICKSBURG 10.1 NNE                   9.06
GLOSTER                              8.98 
MISSISSIPPI RIVER NEAR GREENVILLE    8.81
CENTREVILLE                          7.61     
MCCOMB                               7.52
OAKLEY                               7.45
HATTIESBURG                          6.42
PASCAGOULA                           4.61
BILOXI/KEESLER AFB                   4.10
JACKSON (JAN)                        1.87
  
...ARKANSAS...

BAYOU MACON AT EUDORA               11.74
HAMBURG                             11.25 
WHITTINGTON CREEK AT HOT SPRINGS    11.12
FELSENTHAL OUCHITA RIVER            11.00
LITTLE ROCK AFB                     10.82
CROSSETT 2 SSE                      10.10 
HAMPTON 5 SE                         9.80
DUTCH CRREEK AT WALTREAK             9.02
CLEVELAND                            9.00 
LEOLA                                8.68
BISMARCK 2 SE                        8.50  
HOT SPRINGS                          8.14
BIG FORK 2 ENE                       7.90
WALTREAK                             7.44
LITTLE RED RIVER AT CLINTON          7.32
MONTICELLO                           7.37
SPARKMAN                             7.36 
BUFFALO RIVER NEAR BOXLEY AR         6.72
LITTLE ROCK (LIT)                    6.40
FORT SMITH                           5.69
TEXARKANA                            5.08
FAYETTEVILLE                         4.58

...MISSOURI...

JACK FORK AT ALLEY SPRING           11.42
MORGAN 1 SE                          8.90 
VANDALIA                             8.39 
FORSYTH 1.9 SW                       6.98
CHAIN O LAKES 2.0 NE                 6.60
EAGLE ROCK 1.5 SW                    6.47
BUNKER 4.4 N                         6.27 
CASSVILLE 0.5 SW                     6.03
PLAD 1 E                             5.80
LEBANON 1 E                          5.79
MARMATON RIVER NEAR RICHARDS         5.34
BUNKER 6 NW                          5.15 
WEST PLAINS                          4.95
JOPLIN                               4.93
FT LEONARD WOOD                      3.86
SPRINGFIELD                          3.38

...OKLAHOMA...

NEOSHO RIVER NEAR COMMERCE           4.70
BUNCH 0.8N                           4.38
MUSKOGEE                             2.03
MCALESTER                            1.70

...TEXAS...

TEXARKANA 10 SW                      2.60  
MARSHALL 15.2 SE                     1.73
PARIS                                1.07

...KANSAS...

PITTSBURG 0.7 WSW                    3.91
SPRING RIVER NEAR BAXTER SPRINGS     3.77 
CHEROKEE 0.3N                        3.50
STRANGER CREEK NEAR POTTER           2.30
CHANUTE                              1.83

...ILLINOIS...

ILLINOIS RIVER AT RIPLEY IL          4.30
ILLINOIS RIVER AT MEREDOSIA IL       3.28
ARKANSAS RIVER NEAR LARNED KS        2.49 
URBANA 3.8E                          1.88
QUINCY                               1.49

...IOWA...

MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT BURLINGTON      2.27
RATHBUN DAM                          1.94
CENTERVILLE 0.5 SE                   1.42 

...TENNESSEE...

MUNFORD 6.8 WNW                      2.45
MEMPHIS (MEM)                        2.05


...FLORIDA...

PENSACOLA NAS (NPA)                  4.12
PENSACOLA (PNS)                      2.14
DESTIN                               2.08
MARATHON                             2.04
KENDALL-TAMIAMI (TMB)                1.92

...ALABAMA...

ROBERTSDALE 5 NE                     5.62 
FAIRHOPE 2.3 N                       5.59
MOBILE BROOKLEY FIELD (BFM)          3.10
MOBILE (MOB)                         2.30

RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 3 INCHES ARE EXPECTED FROM NORTHEAST
MISSOURI NORTHEASTWARD INTO PORTIONS OF ILLINOIS...SOUTHEASTERN
WISCONSIN...NORTHWESTERN INDIANA AND MICHIGAN WITH ISOLATED
MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF 5 INCHES THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING. ADDITIONAL
RAINFALL AMOUNTS NEAR AN INCH WITH MAXIMA OF 2 INCHES ARE EXPECTED
ACROSS SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA...EASTERN MISSISSIPPI AND WESTERN
ALABAMA THROUGH THURSDAY.

REPEATING THE 1000 AM CDT POSITION...37.0 NORTH...92.6
WEST...MOVEMENT TO THE NORTHEAST AT 13 MPH...MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS...15 MPH...MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1000 MB.

THE NEXT ADVISORY WILL BE ISSUED BY THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL
PRDICTION CENTER AT 0400 PM CDT THURSDAY.  PLEASE REFER TO YOUR
LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ON THIS SYSTEM.

PETERSEN

FORECAST POSITIONS
INITIAL 04/1500Z 37.0N 92.6W...ABSORBED
12HR VT 05/0000Z 39.4N 88.8W...ABSORBED