Final Precip Report from Gustav


PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 45 FOR REMNANTS OF GUSTAV

NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD AL0720080

400 PM CDT THU SEP 4 2008

…GUSTAV BECOMING EXTRATROPICAL…

FLOOD WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR PARTS OF

LOUISIANA…ARKANSAS…MISSISSIPPI…EXTREME EASTERN

OKLAHOMA…EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN KANSAS AND MUCH OF MISSOURI. FOR

MORE STORM INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA…PLEASE MONITOR

PRODUCTS ISSUED BY YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE AT

WWW.WEATHER.GOV.

AT 0400 PM CDT…21Z…THE REMNANT LOW OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION

GUSTAV WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 39.0 NORTH…AND LONGITUDE 90.3

WEST…OR 15 MILES…24 KM…NORTH NORTHEAST OF SAINT LOUIS

MISSOURI.

THE LOW WAS MOVING NORTHEAST AT 28 MPH. THIS NORTHEASTWARD MOTION

IS EXPECTED THROUGH THURSDAY NIGHT AND INCREASE IN FORWARD SPEED

AS IT MOVES INTO THE GREAT LAKES FRIDAY MORNING.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 15 MPH…24 KM/HR…WITH HIGHER

GUSTS. THE CIRCULATION CENTER WITH FORMER GUSTAV HAS MERGED WITH A

FRONTAL BOUNDARY. THE MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1000 MB…29.53

INCHES.

SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 1 PM CDT

THURSDAY…UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.

…LOUISIANA…

FRANKLIN 20.00

GRAND ISLE 19.19

LARTO LAKE 19.00

HAHA BAYOU JONESVILLE 7 SW 18.87

NE BAY GARDENE NR POINT A LA HACHE 17.76

JONESVILLE 7 SW 17.70

FOOLS RIVER CLAYTON 4 NNW 17.58

WINNSBORO 5 SSE 16.51

BUNKIE 0.3 WSW 16.37 THROUGH 7 AM CDT WED

MISSISSIPPI SOUND AT GRAND PASS 14.84

CLAYTON 4 NNW 14.54

BUNKIE 14.06

RAYVILLE 13.91

RED RIVER LOCK AND DAM 13.50

BAYOU COCODRIE NEAR CLEARWATER 13.88

COMO 13.24

CLEARWATER 12.54

DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 11.95

OAK RIDGE 11.79

BASTROP 3.2 NNE 11.55

BAYOU DES GLAISES AT MOREAUVILLE 11.16

WEST MONROE 4.1 NW 10.98

ALEXANDRIA 9.50

MONROE 9.43

BATON ROUGE 4.81

…MISSISSIPPI…

LAKE WASHINGTON TRIB NR CHATHAM 12.40

UNION CHURCH 11.93

GLOSTER 11.74

BUDE (HOMOCHITTO NATIONAL FOREST) 11.53

HAMBURG 11.25

GREENVILLE 11.09

VICKSBURG 10.75

ROLLING FORK 16.1 WSW 10.56

LIBERTY 6.4 ENE 10.27

STONEVILLE 1 NE 10.26

HOMOCHITTO RIVER AT EDDICETON MS 9.34

CENTREVILLE 9.33

BUFFALO RIVER NEAR WOODVILLE 9.25

VICKSBURG 10.1 NNE 9.06

MISSISSIPPI RIVER NEAR GREENVILLE 8.81

MCCOMB 7.59

OAKLEY 7.45

HATTIESBURG 6.42

PASCAGOULA 4.61

BILOXI/KEESLER AFB 4.10

…ARKANSAS…

EUDORA 11.90

BAYOU MACON AT EUDORA 11.74

BISMARCK 11.50

LEOLA 11.26

WHITTINGTON CREEK AT HOT SPRINGS 11.12

FELSENTHAL OUCHITA RIVER 11.00

JACKSONVILLE 10.90

LITTLE ROCK AFB 10.82

HAMPTON 10.65

WARREN 10.33

BENTON 10.26

MORO BAY 10.15

CROSSETT 2 SSE 10.10

MARCHE 9.89

AMITY 9.67

FOURCHE CREEK UNIVERSITY AVE 9.58

MALVERNE 9.57

UNIVERSITY OF AR MONTICELLO 9.51

CENTER RIDGE 4 S 9.27

REMMEL DAM TAILWATER 9.25

ANTOINE 9.23

ARKADELPHIA 9.01

CLEVELAND 9.00

MAUMELLE RIVER AT WILLIAM JUNCTION 8.94

WALTREAK 8.58

HOT SPRINGS 8.14

LITTLE ROCK (LIT) 6.40

FORT SMITH 5.72

TEXARKANA 5.09

…MISSOURI…

JACK FORK AT ALLEY SPRING 11.62

VANDALIA 9.91

MORGAN 1 SE 8.90

ALLEY SPRINGS RANGER STATION 7.91

FORSYTH 1.9 SW 6.98

CHAIN O LAKES 2.0 NE 6.60

REYNOLDS 6.60

EAGLE ROCK 1.5 SW 6.47

BUNKER 4.4 N 6.27

MYRTLE 6.25

SINKIN 6.14

CASSVILLE 0.5 SW 6.03

EL DORADO SPRINGS 0.6 NNW 6.00

PLAD 1 E 5.80

LEBANON 1 E 5.79

WEST PLAINS 3 SW 5.30

JOPLIN 4.93

FT LEONARD WOOD 4.13

SPRINGFIELD 3.48

…OKLAHOMA…

SPIRO 6.17

MCCURTAIN 5.25

KINGSTON 2 S 5.23

NEOSHO RIVER NEAR COMMERCE 4.70

WISTER 3 S 4.28

VINITA 2.95

BUNCH 0.8N 4.38

TAR CREEK AT MIAMI 2.41

BIG CABIN CREEK NEAR BIG CABIN 2.33

DAVIS FIELD 2.07

MUSKOGEE 2.03

MCCALESTER REGIONAL AIRPORT 1.72

…TEXAS…

TEXARKANA 10 SW 2.60

MARSHALL 15.2 SE 1.73

PARIS 1.07

…KANSAS…

PITTSBURG 0.7 WSW 3.91

SPRING RIVER NEAR BAXTER SPRINGS 3.77

CHEROKEE 0.3N 3.50

MCCUNE 1.6 NW 2.49

GIRARD 3.1 SSW 2.41

STRANGER CREEK NEAR POTTER 2.30

PLEASANTON 0.3 SSE 2.18

CHANUTE 1.83

…ILLINOIS…

ILLINOIS RIVER AT RIPLEY IL 4.30

ILLINOIS RIVER AT MEREDOSIA IL 3.28

PARIS (WATER WORKS) 3.00

ARKANSAS RIVER NEAR LARNED KS 2.49

PITTSFIELD 2.24

QUINCY 1.98

…IOWA…

MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT BURLINGTON 2.27

COLUMBIA 2.01

RATHBUN DAM 1.94

CENTERVILLE 0.5 SE 1.42

…TENNESSEE…

MUNFORD 6.8 WNW 2.45

MEMPHIS (MEM) 2.05

…MICHIGAN…

JACKSON 1.2 ENE 1.74

HANOVER 3.8 W 1.54

HUDSON 3E 1.54

…FLORIDA…

PENSACOLA NAS (NPA) 4.12

PENSACOLA (PNS) 2.14

DESTIN 2.08

MARATHON 2.04

KENDALL-TAMIAMI (TMB) 1.92

…ALABAMA…

ROBERTSDALE 5 NE 7.56

FAIRHOPE 2.3 N 5.59

MOBILE BROOKLEY FIELD (BFM) 3.10

MOBILE (MOB) 2.30

RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 3 INCHES ARE EXPECTED FROM NORTHERN

ILLINOIS INTO PORTIONS OF SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN…NORTHWESTERN

INDIANA AND MICHIGAN WITH ISOLATED MAXIMUM AMOUNTS OF 5 INCHES

THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING. ADDITIONAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS NEAR AN INCH

WITH MAXIMA OF 2 INCHES ARE EXPECTED ACROSS FAR SOUTHEASTERN

LOUISIANA…SOUTHEASTERN MISSISSIPPI AND WESTERN ALABAMA THROUGH

THIS EVENING.

REPEATING THE 0400 PM CDT POSITION…39.0 NORTH…90.3

WEST…MOVEMENT TO THE NORTHEAST AT 28 MPH…MAXIMUM SUSTAINED

WINDS…15 MPH…MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…1000 MB.

THIS IS THE LAST ADVISORY ISSUED FOR THE REMNANTS OF GUSTAV.

PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS SYSTEM.

PETERSEN

FORECAST POSITIONS

INITIAL 04/2100Z 39.0N 90.4W…ABSORBED

12HR VT 05/0600Z 42.2N 86.0W…ABSORBED

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