Storm Total Reports from Fay

These are pretty impressive but Allison and Alberto remain higher.

PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 51 FOR REMNANTS OF FAY
NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD AL062008
500 AM EDT THU AUG 28 2008

…REMNANTS OF FAY OVER THE MID ATLANTIC STATES…

AT 500 AM EDT…09Z…THE WEAK SURFACE LOW ASSOCIATED WITH FAY WAS
LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 37.8 NORTH…LONGITUDE 82.7 WEST…OR ABOUT
40 MILES SOUTH OF HUNTINGTON WEST VIRGINIA.

THE SURFACE LOW IS MOVING NORTHEAST AT 8 MPH…13 KM/HR. THE
REMNANTS OF FAY WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE NORTHEASTWARD TODAY.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE 10 MPH. THE MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE
IS 1010 MB…29.82 INCHES.

SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 200 AM EDT

…ALABAMA…
CLAYHATCHEE 5.9 E 15.27
HIGHLAND HOME 12.74
VALLEY 0.4 NNW 11.87
WETUMPKA 9.9 NNE 10.81
MEADOWBROOK 1.7 NE 10.50
LAKE PURDY 3.6 ENE 10.37
CLIO 0.2 SSW 10.27
CALERA 9.73
TROY 9.57
BIRMINGHAM INTL 7.28

…FLORIDA…

MELBOURNE/WINDOVER FARMS 27.65
CAPE CANAVERAL /USAF FIELD MILL 21/ 22.83
SEBASTIAN /SCRIPPS SPACE COAST/ 22.25
PALM SHORES 1.4 W 21.44
PALM BAY 1.0 NE 21.00
VIERA 20.75
HILLIARD 5.4 NW 19.70
MELBOURNE WFO 19.62
CAPE CANAVERAL/COCOA BEACH 19.01
SANFORD 2 ESE 18.27
ST MARKS 4 ESE 17.67
JACKSONVILLE/INTL APT 12.07
MONTICELLO 3.6 WSW 11.90
VERO BEACH/MUNI APT 11.34
WACISSA 1.1 SW 10.80
DAYTONA BEACH/REGIONAL APT 8.99
GAINESVILLE/REGIONAL APT 8.25
NAPLES/MUNICIPAL APT 7.96
FT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD 7.12

…GEORGIA…

THOMASVILLE 27.50
NEWTON 11 SW 13.50
COOLIDGE 3.2 SSW 12.03
ELMODEL 11.80
VALDOSTA 9 N 11.67
BLAKELY 10.85
MORGAN 5 NW 10.83
MILFORD 10.73
TIGER 1.7 S 10.00
IRON CITY 6 NE 9.54
ALBANY 1 N 8.68
FORT GAINES 13 ENE 8.48
BLUFFTON 0.2 N 8.35
FORT BENNING/COLUMBUS 6.77
SAVANNAH/HUNTER AAF 4.87
PEACHTREE CITY/ATL WFO 2.56

…KENTUCKY…

SCOTTSVILLE 5.5 NE 1.90
EUBANK 4.7 NE 1.80
LONDON-CORBIN ARPT 1.78
LEXINGTON/BLUE GRASS FLD 1.78
BRONSTON 2.7 WSW 1.75
GREENUP 7 WNW 1.73
ALBANY 1.62
FOUNTAIN RUN 5.7 NW 1.58
BRODHEAD 7.3 SSW 1.57
MONTICELLO 9.1 W 1.57
DIXON 1.14
JACKSON 1.04
TAYLORSVILLE 1.00

…LOUISIANA…

BATON ROUGE/SHERWOOD 4.49
MILLERVILLE 4.38
ZACHARY 4.20
SHENANDOAH 0.8 W 4.02
INNISWOLD 4 E 4.01
WALKER 1.1 N 3.93
DENHAM SPRINGS 3.91
GREENWELL SPRINGS 2 SW 3.79
VIDALIA 3.30
JACKSON 3.26
RESERVE 3.20
NEW ORLEANS/MSY 1.46

…MISSISSIPPI…

ACKERMAN 3 SE 7.87
NOXAPATER 1 N 6.80
DAMASCUS 1 SE 6.27
STATE UNIVERSITY 5.50
STARKVILLE 2.5 ENE 5.47
GHOLSON 8 W 5.12
CRAWFORD 5 W 5.07
TOPTON 4.88
PHILADELPHIA 5 N 4.87
BROOKSVILLE 2 NNE 4.59
TOOMSUBA 5 SE 4.53
PASCAGOULA 4.52
MERIDIAN/KEY FLD 4.45

…NORTH CAROLINA…

BOONE 1 SE 11.40
BURNSVILLE 9.4 SE 11.18
HARRISBURG 0.8 S 10.84
CONCORD 4.9 SW 10.30
CHARLOTTE 8.66
JEFFERSON 8.38
ASHEVILLE 5.32
WILMINGTON 4.53
BURLINGTON 4.20
RALEIGH/DURHAM 3.69
FAYETTEVILLE 3.36
HICKORY 2.96

…OHIO…

HAMILTON APT 2.70
LANCASTER 1.18

…SOUTH CAROLINA…

LAKE WYLIE 2.3 SW 9.00
LOWRYS 3.6 ENE 7.66
SALEM 3.1 WNW 7.56
FORT MILL 3.5 ENE 6.86
CLEVELAND 8 WSW 6.24
BEAUFORT 6.11
MARIETTA 1.8 SW 5.09
MEGGETT 1.8 W 4.97
SALEM 0.1 SE 4.65
WALTERBORO 2 SW 4.33
HARDEEVILLE 13 S 4.25
CHARLESTON/MUNI APT 4.07
FOLLY BEACH 2.5 SW 3.96
WALHALLA 5 NW 3.94
GREENVILLE/SPARTANBURG 3.14
COLUMBIA/METRO ARPT 3.10

…TENNESSEE…

DUNLAP 3.1 NW 8.84
RED BANK 3.4 NNE 7.87
SIGNAL MTN 1.2 WSW 7.75
GRAYSVILLE 0.1 NW 7.43
FAYETTEVILLE 8.8 S 6.08
CARTHAGE 0.1 W 5.30
COLUMBIA 0.9 SE 5.05
EAGLEVILLE 1 SE 4.39
SMYRNA 4.5 SSW 4.24
CHATTANOOGA/LOVELL FLD ASOS 4.41
KNOXVILLE 1.82

…VIRGINIA…

DANVILLE 6.22
ROANOKE/MUNI APT 4.51
LYNCHBURG 2.70
CHARLOTTESVILLE 1.52

…WEST VIRGINIA…

PARKERSBURG 1.50
BLUEFIELD 1.43
HUNTINGTON 1.40
WHEELING 1.29

THE REMNANTS OF FAY ARE EXPECTED TO PRODUCE RAINFALL ACCUMULATIONS
OF 1 TO 2 INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS THROUGH FRIDAY
MORNING ACROSS PORTIONS OF NORTHEASTERN NORTH
CAROLINA…VIRGINIA…WESTERN MARYLAND…WESTERN
PENNSYLVANIA…AND THE EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA PANHANDLE.

REPEATING THE 500 AM EDT POSITION…37.8 NORTH…82.7
WEST…MOVEMENT TOWARD THE NORTHEAST AT 8 MPH. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS…10 MPH. MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…1010 MB.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST PUBLIC ADVISORY FOR THE REMNANTS OF FAY
ISSUED BY THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER. PLEASE REFER
TO YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE OR WEATHER.GOV FOR
FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS SYSTEM.

HEDGE

FORECAST POSITIONS

INITIAL 28/0900Z 37.8N 82.7W…EXTRATROPICAL
12HR VT 28/1800Z 39.0N 81.9W…EXTRATROPICAL

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