THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER

CAMP SPRINGS, MD


STORM SUMMARY MESSAGE



STORM SUMMARY NUMBER 6 FOR HEAVY RAIN IN SOUTH CENTRAL U.S.
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD
400 PM CDT FRI JUN 11 2010
 
...MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL MOVING INTO THE OHIO VALLEY..
 
FLASH FLOOD WATCHES ARE IN EFFECT FOR MOST OF INDIANA AND
SOUTHWESTERN OHIO...AS WELL AS PORTIONS OF EAST CENTRAL MISSOURI
AND SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS.
 
FLOOD WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR CENTRAL MISSOURI AND PORTIONS OF
SOUTHERN AND WEST CENTRAL ILLINOIS.
 
FOR A DETAILED GRAPHICAL DEPICTION OF THE LATEST
WATCHES...WARNINGS AND ADVISORIES...PLEASE SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV

AT 300 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADARS AND
SURFACE OBSERVATIONS INDICATED A SHRINKING AREA OF LIGHT TO
MODERATE RAINFALL MOVING SLOWLY ACROSS SOUTHERN MISSOURI AND
NORTHEAST ARKANSAS. THERE WERE ALSO SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WITH
HEAVY RAINFALL AND OCCASIONAL LIGHTNING DEVELOPING AHEAD OF AND
BEHIND THE AREA OF STEADY RAIN.

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IN INCHES FROM 1200 AM CDT WED
JUN 09 THROUGH 400 PM CDT FRI JUN 11...

...ARKANSAS...
HOPPER                                6.78                     
GLENWOOD                              6.55                     
HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE 1.2 E             4.19                     
DE QUEEN                              3.83                     
COLUMBUS 2.1 NNE                      3.20                     
TEXARKANA RGNL ARPT                   3.02                     
DARDANELLE 1.2 WSW                    2.80                     
MOUNT IDA                             2.64                     
LAMAR 5.7 NNE                         2.56                     
ARKADELPHIA                           2.50                     
RUSSELLVILLE                          2.34                     
JONES MILL                            2.07                     
DIERKS                                2.03                     
LITTLE ROCK                           1.10                     

...MISSOURI...
PRINCETON 1.4 NNE                     1.52                     
PROTEM                                1.44                     
KIMBERLING CITY 1.5 WNW               1.22                     
COLUMBIA 1.3 NW                       1.18                     

...SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IN INCHES WHERE THE EVENT HAS
ENDED...

...TEXAS...
NEW BRAUNFELS 5.5 WNW                12.00                     
CALDWELL 8.2 W                       11.30                     
MABANK 4 SW                          10.27                     
MALONE                                8.43                     
PLEASANTON 5.2 ENE                    7.81                     
SEGUIN 5.1 NE                         7.77                     
GROESBECK                             7.56                     
BRANDON                               7.27                     
NAVARRO MILLS LAKE                    6.90                     
TRINIDAD                              6.87                     
PALESTINE 1.8 E                       6.72                     
MARIETTA                              6.16                     
DAWSON                                5.77                     
ATHENS RAWS                           5.50                     
WACO 1.4 S                            5.44                     
CIBOLO 3.9 N                          5.31                     
ELMENDORF 5.6 ENE                     5.26                     
CANYON LAKE 7.2 ESE                   5.18                     
AUSTIN 5.9 NW                         5.10                     
COLLEGE STATION 1 WSW                 5.05                     


THE RAIN AND SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS OVER THE MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO
VALLEYS WILL SLOWLY SPREAD TO THE NORTHEAST OVER THE NEXT ONE TO
TWO DAYS AS AN UPPER-LEVEL LOW CURRENTLY OVER SOUTHERN MISSOURI
DRIFTS NORTHEASTWARD. A NARROW AXIS OF ADDITIONAL ONE TO TWO INCH
RAINFALL TOTALS IS LIKELY ACROSS THE OHIO VALLEY THROUGH SATURDAY
AFTERNOON...WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE FROM LOCALIZED DOWNPOURS.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST STORM SUMMARY ISSUED BY THE
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER FOR THIS EVENT. PLEASE REFER
TO YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION.

SOLTOW
 




Last Updated: 500 PM EDT FRI JUN 11 2010