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Remnants of SEVEN Advisory Number 11
 
Issued 05:00Z Sep 08, 1999
 
Advisory Selection
View advisory number:  11   10   9   

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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 11 FOR THE REMNANTS OF T.D. 7
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
1224 AM CDT WED SEP 08 1999

AT 1200 A.M. CDT... TROPICAL DEPRESSION 7 HAS BECOME DIFFICULT TO
DISCERN THROUGH BOTH SATELLITE IMAGERY AND SURFACE OBSERVATIONS
AND THUS NO CENTER OF CIRCULATION IS APPARENT.  WINDS WITH THE
SYSTEM WERE GENERALLY LIGHT OVER SOUTH TEXAS...AT OR BELOW 10 MPH.  

SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS THAT THUNDERSTORMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE
SYSTEM HAVE WEAKENED SIGNIFICANTLY WHILE SHIFTING TO THE
SOUTHWEST.  IN ADDITION....RADAR FROM BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS ONLY SHOWS
WEAK...NARROW BANDS OF SCATTERED CONVECTION JUST OFFSHORE AND
ALONG THE RIO GRANDE RIVER TO THE WEST.  RAINFALL AMOUNTS WITH
THESE BANDS WILL GENERALLY BE LESS THAN ONE-QUARTER INCH WITH
ISOLATED AMOUNTS UP TO TWO INCHES.  THEREFORE...THE FLASH FLOOD
WATCH FOR EXTREME SOUTHERN TEXAS HAS BEEN CANCELED.

HEAVY RAINS DID OCCUR THROUGH THE EVENT WITH DOPPLER RADAR
ESTIMATING STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF TWO TO FOUR INCHES
ACROSS EXTREME SOUTH TEXAS.....WITH ISOLATED AMOUNTS OF SIX TO EIGHT
INCHES.

THE REMNANTS OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION 7 WILL GENERALLY DRIFT
WESTWARD THE NEXT 24 HOURS KEEPING THE THREAT OF HEAVY RAINFALL
CONFINED WELL TO THE SOUTH OVER MEXICO.

FOR PUBLIC DISSEMINATION...THE WMO HEADER FOR THE STORM SUMMARIES
ON DENNIS IS ACUS42 KWBC.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED ON THE REMNANTS OF
TROPICAL DEPRESSION 7.

WALLY/FORECAST OPERATIONS BRANCH