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Tropical Depression SEVEN Advisory Number 9
 
Issued 17:00Z Sep 07, 1999
 
Advisory Selection
View advisory number:  11   10   9   

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STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 09 FOR T.D. 7
NATIONAL CENTERS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PREDICTION
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER...NWS...CAMP SPRINGS MD
NOON CDT TUE SEP 7 1999

AT NOON CDT... THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION 7 WAS LOCATED
OVER NORTHERN MEXICO AT 25.3N 99.4W.  WINDS WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE
GENERALLY WELL UNDER 30 MPH...EXCEPT IN THE VICINITY OF THUNDER-
STORMS.   

MOST OF THE RAINFALL ASSOCIATED WITH T.D. 7 AS OF NOON CDT WAS
FALLING SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE RIVER OVER MEXICO AND OUT OVER THE
OPEN WATERS OF THE GULF OF MEXICO.

SOME OF THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS OVER SOUTH TEXAS SINCE 7 AM
CDT MONDAY WERE:

BROWNSVILLE                   2.05  INCHES
EDINBURG                           1.70  INCHES
EL SAUZ                               2.04  INCHES
LA JOYA                               1.66  INCHES
MONTE ALTO                      2.37 INCHES
PORT MANSFIELD              1.70 INCHES
RANCHO VEIJO                   1.61 INCHES
RAYMONDVILLE                1.72 INCHES
SAN MANUEL                      2.70 INCHES
SANTA ROSA                       2.46 INCHES 

A FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR EXTREME SOUTHERN TEXAS
THROUGH THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON.  ADDITIONAL BANDS OF THUNDER-
STORMS ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE SOUTH TEXAS COAST AND ALONG THE
LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY THIS AFTERNOON INTO THIS EVENING...WITH
A FEW OF THESE STORMS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING UP TO 2 TO 3 INCHES
OF RAINFALL.   MOST OF THE HEAVY RAINFALL...HOWEVER...WILL BE CONFINED
OVR MEXICO AS THE CENTER OF T.D. 7 MOVES WNW AT 5 TO 10 MPH.   

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ON T.D 7 UNLESS FLASH FLOOD
WATCHES ARE RE-ISSUED FOR TONIGHT...IN WHICH CASE ANOTHER STORM
SUMMARY WILL FOLLOW AT 6:00 PM CDT.

THE WMO HEADER FOR THIS PRODUCT IS ACUS42 KWBC.

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