Ike’s Rainfall


PUBLIC ADVISORY NUMBER 56 FOR REMNANTS OF IKE

NWS HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL PREDICTION CENTER CAMP SPRINGS MD AL092008

1000 PM CDT SUN SEP 14 2008

…REMNANTS OF IKE RACING NORTHEAST…

…CORRECTION TO ADD MULTI-DAY OKLAHOMA TOTALS AND REMOVE PEACE

RIVER OBSERVATION IN TEXAS DUE TO A SUSPICIOUS REPORT…

FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR PARTS OF SOUTHEAST

TEXAS INTO EASTERN LOUISIANA…ARKANSAS…EASTERN

OKLAHOMA…EASTERN KANSAS…MISSOURI…ILLINOIS…NORTHWEST

INDIANA…AND MICHIGAN. SEE WWW.WEATHER.GOV FOR THE MOST CURRENT

WATCHES AND WARNINGS.

AT 1000 PM CDT…03Z…LOW PRESSURE WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 44.8

NORTH…AND LONGITUDE 79.1 WEST…OR 135 MILES NORTHWEST OF

ROCHESTER NY…OR 70 MILES NORTH OF TORONTO CANADA. THE LOW IS

MOVING NORTHEAST AT 50 MPH OR 80 KM/HR.

THE LOW WILL RACE NORTHEASTWARD…ALONG A FRONTAL

BOUNDARY…ACROSS SOUTHERN ONTARIO AND QUEBEC…INTO LABRADOR LATE

MONDAY.

MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE 30 MPH…48 KM/HR…WITH GUSTS OF 40

MPH…64 KM/HR. THE MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE WAS 986 MB…OR 29.11

INCHES.

SELECTED HIGH WIND REPORTS SINCE 700 AM SUNDAY

LOUISVILLE KY 75 MPH

COVINGTON KY 74 MPH

HUNTINGBURG IN 67 MPH

FORT KNOX KY 64 MPH

OWENSBORO KY 63 MPH

WALNUT RIDGE AR 62 MPH

POPULAR BLUFF MO 61 MPH

CINCINNATI/LUNKIN 61 MPH

SELECTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN INCHES THROUGH 1000 PM

CDT

…LOUISIANA…

CALCASIEU RIVER NEAR GLENMORA 7.62

DENHAM SPRINGS 6.8N 5.78

AMITE RIVER AT GRANGEVILLE 4.98

OUISKA CHITTO CREEK NEAR OBERLIN 4.54

BAYOU COCODRIE NEAR CLEARWATER 4.27

NATCHITOCHES 3.69

GRAND ENCORE 3.77

JONESBORO 3.45

WEST MONROE 4.1 NW 4.42

ANACOCO 13.7 SW 2.75

ALEXANDRIA 5SSE 2.93

CLEARWATER 2.91

ELMER 2SW 2.87

MONROE 2.45

…TEXAS…

HOUSTON 15.75

SPRING BRANCH (HARRIS COUNTY) 15.20

CYPRESS CREEK (HARRIS COUNTY) 14.21

HALLS BAYOU (HARRIS COUNTY) 13.94

CONROE 4S 13.55

PANTHER BRIDE NEAR SPRING 13.14

WESTFIELD 6W 12.72

NECHES RIVER AT EVADALE 12.53

EVADALE 12.32

COLE CREEK AT DEIHL ROAD 11.03

HOUSTON – C.R. RD BHG 10.95

HARRIS GULLEY (HARRIS COUNTY) 10.71

GOOSE CREEK (HARRIS COUNTY) 10.39

HUMBLE 2N 10.39

BUFFALO BAYOU (HARRIS COUNTY) 10.12

CLEVELAND (SITE 2) 10.01

MOUNT CALM 4E 9.84

HOUSTON 9.49

BUNKER HILL 1SW 9.46

ADDICKS – SO. MAYDE CK 9.22

HOUSTON – COLE CK DEIHL RD 9.21

SPRING 3NW 9.20

HOUSTON – BRAYS BAYOU S MAIN ST 9.14

HOUSTON 9.02

HOUSTON-LANGHAM CK@LITTLE YORK R 8.89

JERSEY VILLAGE 8.74

PASADENA 1NE 8.35

…ARKANSAS…

BIG FORK 2ENE 5.09

EUREKA SPRINGS 4.51

ATHENS 4.51

BERRYVILLE 5NW 4.07

WINSLOW 10WSW 3.97

WINFREY 3.82

BEAVER DAM-WHITE RIVER 3.76

DEER 3.73

…MISSOURI…

CLINTON 0.9 NNW 8.93

KIRKSVILLE 8.14

CLINTON 7.56

COLOMA 7.56

HOUSTON 4.5 WSW 7.41

COLUMBIA 3.6SW 7.19

NEVADA 2.3 WNW 7.11

DOWNING 6.93

SAVERTON – LOCK & DAM 22 TW 6.92

ASHLAND 0.7 WNW 6.86

WINDSOR 6.73

TROY 6.63

BRUSH CREEK AT WARD PARKWAY KC 6.46

GREEN RIDGE 0.3 NNW 6.61

RUSSELLVILLE 5.9 SE 6.02

OFALLON 5.84

…KANSAS…

MAIZE 5.7S 11.44

UDALL 4.2 ENE 11.02

PLYMOUTH 1SW 10.26

LEON 7.5 SW 10.01

WICHITA MID CONTINENT AIRPT 9.56

PARK CITY 3.0 WSW 9.18

EMPORIA 5.5 NNE 9.08

EL DORADO 7.9 NNW 8.90

SMILEYBERG 8.88

ROSE HILL 2.7 ESE 8.39

AUGUSTA 1WNW 8.36

EL DORADO 4NE – DAM (INACT) 8.03

ROCK 7.95

EL DORADO (CITY WATER PLANT) 7.79

NEOSHO RAPIDS 7.59

AUGUSTA 7.42

THRALL 4S 7.38

ROSALIA 7.25

MADISON 6.80

…OKLAHOMA…(HIGHER TOTALS OVER 5 IN INCLUDE PRE-IKE RAINFALL)

FAIRVIEW 11.83

ORIENTA 1 SSW 10.45

HELENA 1 SSE 9.95

MUTUAL 8.76

GREAT SALT PLAINS LAKE 8.58

PUTNAM 3 N 7.86

SEILING 3 N 7.59

MEDFORD 7.54

CAMARGO 4 WNW 6.62

WAYNOKA 5 S 6.25

CHEROKEE 5.83

MOORELAND 0.4 ESE 5.82

ALVA 1 NE 5.43

SAYRE 5.8 NW 4.66

KANSAS 1ESE 4.56

DRAKE FIELD 4.35

ERICK 0.2 NE 4.35

TALIHINA 3ENE 4.30

MAYO-L&D 14 4.22

NEW EUCHA 5W 4.11

GRANITE 0.6 WSW 4.08

ELDON 4.05

WINSLOW 7NE 4.01

MIAMI 4.00

COLCORD 4N 3.97

HINDSVILLE 3.85

DEVILS DEN STATE PARK 3.85

ADDITIONALLY…A FRONT IN THE MIDWEST COMBINED WITH MOISTURE FROM

FORMER EAST PACIFIC TROPICAL DEPRESSION LOWELL TO PRODUCE HEAVY

RAINS FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY. THE RAINFALL WAS LATER ADDED TO BY

THE REMAINS OF IKE ON SUNDAY. HERE ARE THE MULTI-DAY AND

MULTI-EVENT TOTALS THROUGH SUNDAY 7 PM CDT (SEPTEMBER 12-14).

IOWA…

OAKLAND MILLS 3W 7.60

DONNELSON 7.07

MOUNT PLEASANT 7.04

BURLINGTON 6.5N 6.97

LONDON 1.5 SW 6.96

WAPELLO 6.71

KEOSAUQUA 6.06

FORT MADISON 5.54

LE CLAIRE 0.2 ESE 5.35

DAVENPORT 0.9 SSW 5.12

BEDFORD 1 NNW 5.11

…ILLINOIS…

PEOTONE 10.40

WHEATON 1.7N 9.36

ELBURN 0.4 NW 9.29

PARK RIDGE 9.15

ST CHARLES 9.03

SALT CREEK AT ROLLING MEADOWS 9.20

PARK FOREST 0.8 NNE 8.80

EVANSTON 1.4N 8.76

FERSON CREEK NEAR ST. CHARLES 8.74

ELK GROVE 8.74

BARTLETT 8.58

ST CHARLES 7NW 8.48

PAW PAW 8.38

DES PLAINES 0.5 NW 8.18

KEITHSBURG 7.98

BRADLEY 7.90

WEST CHICAGO 2.7N 7.89

MILL CREEK NEAR BATAVIA 7.72

KEWANEE 1E 7.59

CARBON HILL 3N 7.45

ROGERS PARK 7.37

CHICAGO O’HARE AIRPORT 7.25

…INDIANA…

PORTAGE 0.8 SW 11.46

SOUTH BEND 3.7 SE 10.94

CROWN POINT 3.1 WSW 10.83

VALPARAISO 1.3 SSW 9.78

HART DITCH AT DYER 8.33

LA PORTE 1.2 7.97

PORTER 0.8 E 7.84

SOUTH BEND 7.72

CHESTERTON 1.7 WSW 7.68

WESTVILLE 4.7 ESE 7.52

KINGSBURY 1N 6.59

VALPARAISO 5NNE 6.51

HART DITCH 5.87

WANATAH 5.18

SHOALS 4.99

LOWELL 4.48

GARY 3.64

…MICHIGAN…

SOUTH HAVEN 6.68

MARSHALL 6.32

BATTLE CREEK/W K KELLOGG AIRPORT 6.16

BLOOMINGDALE 5.92

BENTON HARBOR/SW MI RGNL APT 5.77

FARMINGTON HILLS 5.36

OKEMOS 5.22

KALAMAZOO INTL ARPT 4.57

JACKSON/REYNOLDS FIELD 4.47

BLOOMINGDALE 4.46

CLARKSTON 4.41

MARSHALL 4.25

BATTLE CREEK 4.17

TIPTON 2WNW 4.02

LUM 3.95

…OHIO..

MILL CREEK AT TYLERSVL RD FAIRFLD 7.08

NORWALK 2NW 4.51

LAGRANGE 1NE 4.39

WADSWORTH 1SW 3.79

ALLIANCE 3.64

MEDINA 2N 3.50

FOSTORIA (IFLOWS) 3.35

WEST BRANCH 3.17

FINDLAY AIRPORT 3.17

MEDINA 3.12

ELYRIA 4S 3.11

AKRON/FULTON INTL ARPT 2.97

…PENNSYLVANIA…

MURRYSVILLE 5.41

NEW KENSINGTON (IFLOWS) 4.17

ALLISON PARK 3ESE (IFLOWS) 3.79

WEST DEER PARK (IFLOWS) 3.56

ALLISON PARK 2NE (IFLOWS) 3.51

FERNWAY 2W 3.24

RACHELWOOD (IFLOWS) 3.11

NATRONA 3.11

ACMETONIA (LOCK 3) 2.92

SLIPPERY ROCK 1SSW 2.90

CONEMAUGH DAM 2.85

JEANNETTE 1NE (IFLOWS) 2.47

…WISCONSIN…

GENOA CITY 3.25

FRANKLINSVILLE 2.50

NWS SULLIVAN 2.37

HALES CORNERS 2.32

TWIN LAKES 2.18

…NEBRASKA…

FALLS CITY 2S 3.39

FALLS CITY 3.31

RULO 2W 3.00

SYRACUSE 2.92

SALEM 5SW 2.39

GRETNA 3NE 2.34

IRVINGTON 2.30

LINCOLN 3S 2.28

PAWNEE CITY 2.24

OMAHA – 125TH & FORT STS 2.14

PAPILLION 6NW 2.14

AUBURN 2.00

THE PRIMARY HEAVY RAINFALL IS MOVING ALONG WITH THE REMNANTS OF

IKE INTO CANADA. RAINFALL AMOUNTS ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE FROM HALF

TO ONE INCH ALONG THE US/CANADA BORDER FROM NEW YORK TO MAINE.

A SEVERAL HOUR PERIOD OF STRONG WINDS WILL ALSO ACCOMPANY THE

SYSTEM ACROSS NORTHERN PARTS OF NEW YORK STATE…VERMONT….NEW

HAMPSHIRE…AND MAINE. WINDS OF 30 TO 40 MPH WILL BE POSSIBLE WITH

HIGHER GUSTS. THE STRONGEST WINDS SHOULD BE OVER HIGHER

ELEVATIONS.

REPEATING THE 1000 PM CDT POSITION…44.8 NORTH…AND LONGITUDE

79.1 WEST. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS…30 MPH WITH GUST TO 40

MPH…MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…986 MB.

THIS WILL BE THE LAST ADVISORY ISSUED BY THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL

PREDICTION CENTER. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL NATIONAL WEATHER

SERVICE OFFICE…ENVIRONMENT CANADA…OR THE OCEAN PREDICTION

CENTER FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS STORM.

PETERSEN

FORECAST POSITIONS

INITIAL 15/0300Z 44.4N 79.0W…EXTRATROPICAL

12HR VT 15/1200Z 48.0N 68.5W…EXTRATROPICAL

24HR VT 16/0000Z 51.3N 58.5W…EXTRATROPICAL

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