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Remnants of IVAN Advisory Number 65
 
Issued 15:00Z Sep 18, 2004
 
Advisory Selection
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PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 65 FOR REMNANT OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION IVAN
NWS...HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...CAMP SPRINGS MD 
11 AM EDT SAT SEP 18 2004        


...THE REMNANTS OF IVAN WILL MOVE OFF THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC COAST
THIS AFTERNOON...

FLOOD WATCHES ARE IN EFFECT FOR MOST OF PENNSYLVANIA...NEW
JERSEY...SOUTHEASTERN NEW
YORK...MASSACHUSETTS...CONNECTICUT...RHODE ISLAND AND NEW
HAMPSHIRE.

FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHEASTERN NEW
YORK INCLUDING LONG ISLAND...INTO SOUTHERN VERMONT...WESTERN
MASSACHUSETTS AND WESTERN CONNETICUT.  FLOOD AND FLASH FLOOD
WARNINGS ARE ALSO IN EFFECT FOR THE POCONO MOUNTAINS OF
NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA INTO NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY.

AT 11 AM EDT...15Z...THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM...THAT WAS IVAN...WAS
LOCATED NEAR 38.9 NORTH LATITUDE AND 75.8 WEST LONGITUDE...OR
APPROXIMATELY 20 MILES SOUTHWEST OF DOVER DELAWARE AND MOVING
NORTHEASTWARD AT 20 MPH. WINDS ARE GENERALLY 10-15 MPH...8 TO 13
KNOTS...WITH SOME HIGHER GUSTS IN THUNDERSTORMS. THE CENTRAL
PRESSURE IS 1000 MB OR 29.53 INCHES OF MERCURY.  THE LOW WILL MOVE
NORTHEAST INTO THE WESTERN ATLANTIC THIS AFTERNOON.

LINGERING HEAVY RAINFALL WILL CONTINUE OVER PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHEAST UNITED STATES THROUGH THIS EVENING.


SELECTED STORM 24 HOUR RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 8 AM
EDT.

LOCATION                      24 HOUR TOTAL


WEST VIRGINIA...

CHARLESTON                    3.00
HUNTINGTON                    2.14
MARTINSBURG                   1.65


MARYLAND...

HAGERSTOWN                    3.33


VIRGINIA...

DULLES                        2.34
CHARLOTTESVILLE               1.92
MANASSAS                      1.14

PENNSYLVANIA...

WILLIAMSPORT                  6.50
SELINSGROVE                   6.34
ALTOONA                       5.85
ALLEGHENY CO AIRPORT          5.79
HARRISBURGH                   5.67
SCRANTON                      5.51
ALLENTOWN                     3.84

NEW YORK...

MONTICELLO                    4.48
BINGHAMTON                    4.04
POUGHKEEPSIE                  2.04
ALBANY                        1.66


NEW JERSEY...

ANDOVER                       4.55


MASSACHUSETTS...

NORTH ADAMS                   2.78
PITTSFIELD                    2.43
BOSTON                        1.47


NEW HAMPSHIRE...

JAFFREY                       3.00
CONCORD                       2.16


THIS SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO REMAIN A FLOOD THREAT THROUGH THIS
AFTERNOON FOR SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND AND THE COASTAL NORTHERN MID
ATLANTIC STATES.  ADDITIONAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1-3 INCHES WITH
ISOLATED HEAVIER AMOUNTS ARE LIKELY THROUGH SATURDAY EVENING.

REPEATING THE 11 AM EDT...15Z...POSITION...THE LOW THAT ONCE WAS
IVAN WAS NEAR 38.9 NORTH LATITUDE AND 75.8 WEST LONGITUDE...OR
APPROXIMATELY 20 MILES SOUTHWEST OF DOVER DELAWARE AND MOVING
NORTHEAST AT ABOUT 20 MPH.  MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1000 MB OR
29.53 INCHES. 

THE NEXT ADVISORY BE ISSUED BY THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION
CENTER AT 5 PM EDT. REFER TO STATEMENTS ISSUED BY LOCAL WEATHER
OFFICES FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS STORM.

ECKERT/HALBACH