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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7781 Postby flamingosun » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:15 pm

New Mandatory Evacuations now ordered for areas in and around Orange, TX
Sabine River will crest late tonight

W of 105 and N of I 10
Pine Forest
Rose City
Low lying areas of unincorporated Orange County north of Interstate 10 and east of Highway 87
Low lying areas of unincorporated Orange County west of Highway 105 and north of Interstate 10.

They have designated two shopping centers for people to go to. From there, transportation will be provided to shelters in Louisiana.

Northway Shopping Center 3777 N. 16th Street in Orange
Crossroads Shopping Center - 730 N. Main Street in Vidor


If you are able to leave in your own vehicle, you can drive to the shelter in Alexandria. Here is the name and address of the place:
LSU Agriculture Center,
300 Grady Britt Drive
Alexandria, Louisiana
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7782 Postby flamingosun » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:16 pm

School for Houston ISD now scheduled to start on Sept 11, "conditions permitting."
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7783 Postby flamingosun » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:20 pm

Humble Public Schools says that "under the best case scenario" their schools will open on Sept 7
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7784 Postby Tireman4 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:38 pm

flamingosun wrote:Humble Public Schools says that "under the best case scenario" their schools will open on Sept 7



That is a serious push. We are in the Humble ISD. As of now Kingwood High School took on water, I would bet the ranch Kingwood Park High School took on water ( ir is 4 miles down from it) . This is all from San Jacinto River and Lake Houston flooding. I cannot speak for Summer Creek High School, but the huge subdivision that feeds into it took serious water. I know Atascocita High School is ok. That being said, many areas in Humble/Kingwood are still flooded. September 7 is a push. HCC is still wanting to start back on the 5th as per our email last night. That might be a push too.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7785 Postby WeatherGuesser » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:46 pm

Aside from whether or not the buildings are ready, what about the staff and students who might not be? If you don't have a house, are you worried about school?
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7786 Postby nutkin517 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:52 pm

My ex-husband and his sister are trying to come from Austin tonight and are going around Houston and down highway 90 to bring us supplies and pick up the kids and take them back with them. I'm worried about my parents. They will not leave Vidor. They live outside of the city limits towards Orangefield.

I am kind of nervous about the releases from Dam B. There is a rumor that downtown Beaumont will flood when the Neches River crests on Saturday. Does anyone know anything about that kind of thing? The Fire Chief said she doesn't believe that to be true. But, they were also saying that Toledo Bend was fine a day or so ago too.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7787 Postby weathaguyry » Thu Aug 31, 2017 3:53 pm

WeatherGuesser wrote:Aside from whether or not the buildings are ready, what about the staff and students who might not be? If you don't have a house, are you worried about school?


Something similar happened to my school in Sandy, they ended up putting K-8 in one school because the other school took on 6 feet. It took 2 weeks to get it started up again and on the first day 7/22 kids showed up in our 4th grade class.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7788 Postby 1900hurricane » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:20 pm

A large, likely significant tornado has been dropped in Harvey's bands in western Alabama.

 https://twitter.com/NashWX/status/903365405460312064


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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7789 Postby Tireman4 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:35 pm

WeatherGuesser wrote:Aside from whether or not the buildings are ready, what about the staff and students who might not be? If you don't have a house, are you worried about school?


Well if this to me, yes, I agree. I was just mentioning the buildings. All day long for he past two days, we heard helicopters fly over our house to the Kingwood Esrates, which is 7 miles from us. My sister in law, who teaches for them, said they might start school in zones..like one zone go today...another tomorrow. I think that would cause more commotion
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7790 Postby flamingosun » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:39 pm

Tireman4 wrote:
flamingosun wrote:Humble Public Schools says that "under the best case scenario" their schools will open on Sept 7



That is a serious push. We are in the Humble ISD. As of now Kingwood High School took on water, I would bet the ranch Kingwood Park High School took on water ( ir is 4 miles down from it) . This is all from San Jacinto River and Lake Houston flooding. I cannot speak for Summer Creek High School, but the huge subdivision that feeds into it took serious water. I know Atascocita High School is ok. That being said, many areas in Humble/Kingwood are still flooded. September 7 is a push. HCC is still wanting to start back on the 5th as per our email last night. That might be a push too.


Humble ISD is supposed to provide an update (presumably by text and/or email) by noon this Saturday as to when teachers / staff are to report back. Things could change a lot by then I am guessing/
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7791 Postby galaxy401 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 5:03 pm

Well Harvey is finally moving away. Goodbye Harvey, hope to see you never!
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7792 Postby JSDS » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:04 pm

Last year in Livingston Parish, our schools started back on September 12th after the mid August flood. It involved sharing campuses with non-flooded schools and in my city (Denham Springs), the high school shared a building with Live Oak High School in Watson (just north of DS). Live Oak students went in the morning, and DS students went in the afternoon. We still have schools that are not back in their buildings and have been set up in temporary campuses. I believe that for most, it was good for the kids to get back into a daily routine with their friends.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7793 Postby HurricaneRyan » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:04 pm

Was the final advisory written on this?
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7794 Postby Blinhart » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:06 pm

HurricaneRyan wrote:Was the final advisory written on this?


I think it was at 11am.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7795 Postby BlueWater36 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:10 pm

Hello everyone,

Some people mentioned that rescuers are using a ticket system to track rescues. Does anyone know what software is being used?

I'm a software engineer who specializes in ITSM systems. (IT Service Management) Basically ticketing systems for big corporations. So I'm very curious what they're using.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7796 Postby PaulR » Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:51 pm

galaxy401 wrote:Well Harvey is finally moving away. Goodbye Harvey, hope to see you never!


And heading toward me! Well, actually, it should just be a glancing blow. Some areas today got 2+" an hour, and 10" total (radar estimates). Nothing like SE Texas, but still substantial, for this far inland.
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7797 Postby romeoblade » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:28 pm

BlueWater36 wrote:Hello everyone,

Some people mentioned that rescuers are using a ticket system to track rescues. Does anyone know what software is being used?

I'm a software engineer who specializes in ITSM systems. (IT Service Management) Basically ticketing systems for big corporations. So I'm very curious what they're using.


supportsystem.com and osticket I believe.

https://cajunnavy.supportsystem.com/, i've seen a couple of different ones for the other navy's but don't have links at the moment. They were also using google doc heavly, along with the Zello and Glympse apps for communication and tracking.

I'm in DevOps myself, and was amazed at how quick it all came together, but I do see room for a permanent tailored solution for Civilian Emergency Dispatch
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7798 Postby cycloneye » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:23 pm

TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY ADVISORY NUMBER 47
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD AL092017
1000 PM CDT THU AUG 31 2017

...HARVEY BEGINNING TO LOSE TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS AS HEAVY RAIN
SPREADS TOWARD THE OHIO VALLEY...SEVERE FLOODING CONTINUES ACROSS
FAR EASTERN TEXAS AND WESTERN LOUISIANA...

SUMMARY OF 1000 PM CDT...0300 UTC...INFORMATION
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LOCATION...34.3N 89.0W
ABOUT 10 MILES...15 KM...WSW OF TUPELO/C.D. LEMONS MISSISSIPPI
ABOUT 80 MILES...130 KM...SE OF MEMPHIS TENNESSEE
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...30 MPH...50 KM/H
PRESENT MOVEMENT...NE OR 45 DEGREES AT 14 MPH...23 KM/H
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1000 MB...29.53 INCHES


WATCHES AND WARNINGS
--------------------
FLASH FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FROM NORTHEAST
ARKANSAS INTO NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI...WESTERN TENNESSEE AND MUCH OF
KENTUCKY...

...FLOOD WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR PARTS OF EASTERN TEXAS INTO
WESTERN LOUISIANA...

FOR INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA...INCLUDING POSSIBLE WATCHES
AND WARNINGS...PLEASE MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV.


DISCUSSION AND 48-HOUR OUTLOOK
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AT 1000 PM CDT...0300 UTC...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION
HARVEY WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 34.3 NORTH...AND LONGITUDE 89.0
WEST. RADAR AND SATELLITE IMAGERY INDICATE THAT TROPICAL
DEPRESSION HARVEY HAS BEGUN TO SHOW SIGNS OF LOSING TROPICAL
CHARACTERISTICS IN THE PAST FEW HOURS. HARVEY IS EXPECTED TO LOSE
TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS AS IT CONTINUES TO MOVE NORTHEASTWARD
TOWARD THE OHIO VALLEY OVER THE NEXT 48 HOURS BEFORE DISSIPATING
IN OHIO SATURDAY EVENING.

MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1000 MB...29.53 INCHES.


HAZARDS AFFECTING LAND
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RAINFALL...TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE 2 TO
5 INCHES OF RAIN FROM WESTERN TO CENTRAL TENNESSEE AND WESTERN TO
CENTRAL KENTUCKY INTO EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA, SOUTHERN OHIO
AND WEST CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA. LOCALLY HIGHER TOTALS OF 6 TO 8
INCHES ARE POSSIBLE FROM WESTERN TENNESSEE TO WEST CENTRAL
KENTUCKY. THESE RAINS WILL ENHANCE THE FLASH FLOODING RISK ACROSS
THESE AREAS. HOWEVER, WIDESPREAD FLOODING WILL CONTINUE IN AND
AROUND HOUSTON, BEAUMONT/PORT ARTHUR/ORANGE, AND EASTWARD AROUND
THE LOUISIANA BORDER THROUGH THE WEEKEND. THE EXPECTED HEAVY RAINS
SPREADING NORTHEASTWARD ACROSS THE TENNESSEE VALLEY MAY ALSO LEAD
TO FLASH FLOODING...INCREASING THE CHANCE OF RIVER AND SMALL
STREAM FLOODING. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TRAVEL IN THE AFFECTED AREA IF
YOU ARE IN A SAFE PLACE. DO NOT DRIVE INTO FLOODED ROADWAYS.

...SELECTED PRELIMINARY STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IN INCHES THROUGH 10
PM CDT

...ALABAMA...
GASQUE 8.00
BONSECOUR 7.91
GRAND BAY 10.5 NE 6.81
FOLEY 7.4 SW 6.44
ELBERTA 6.31
ORANGE BEACH 6.03
TILLMANS CORNER 4.3 WNW 6.01
MOBILE REGIONAL AIRPORT 5.83
MOBILE/BATES FIELD 5.83
FAIRHOPE 5.77
GULF SHORES 5.60
SUMMERDALE 4.73
MONTROSE 4.52
DAPHNE 0.4 SW 4.42
FISH RIVER NEAR SILVERHILL 3W 4.35
SONNY CALLAHAN ARPT 4.32

...ARKANSAS...
MAMMOTH SPRINGS 2 SSE 6.42
HARRISBURG 4.33
STUTTGART MUNI ARPT 4.33
FELSENTHAL 7 NNW 3.21
CROSSETT 0.9 S 2.79
JONESBORO MUNI ARPT 2.01

...FLORIDA...
PENSACOLA REGIONAL AIRPORT 7.95
MILTON 7.33
UNIVERSITY WEST 2.0 WNW 6.36
CRESTVIEW - SIKES ARPT 5.63
PACE 5.35
GULF BREEZE 5.28
PANAMA CITY ARPT 4.03

...GEORGIA...
COLUMBUS METRO ARPT 2.04
ATLANTA RGNL ARPT - FALCON FIELD 1.70

...LOUISIANA...
BAYOU CONWAY 22.25
BAYOU TORO NEAR TORO 20.62
KENNER GULLY AT MARK LEBLEU 18.23
CALCASIEU RVR AT OLD TOWN BA 18.15
W-14 AT JOE SPEARS RD 17.85
W-6 AT WARD LINE ROAD 17.24
MOSS BLUFF 16.70
BELFIELD DITCH AT BELFIELD ROAD 16.37
IOWA 0.9 ESE 16.36
GOLDSMITH CANAL AT GOOS RD 16.02
BAYOU ARSENE AT HECKER ROAD 15.84
GOLDSMITH CANAL AT HWY 171 15.74
LAKE CHARLES 11.5 SSW 15.41
RAGLEY 5.0 SE 15.18
EB L-14 AT IOWA BASEBALL FIELD 14.85
INDIAN BAYOU AT COFFEY ROAD 14.10
TOPSY 4 NNW 14.08
LACASSINE BAYOU AT LORRAIN BRIDGE 13.04
ZAVALLA 2 ENE 12.87
SULPHUR 2.2 E 12.54
BON WIER 2 ENE 12.44
HACKBERRY 5 SSE 12.33
CONTRABAND BAYOU AT 18TH STREET 12.28
WELSH 0.7 W 12.26
W-4 AT NELSON ROAD 12.12
GILLIS 4 WSW 12.11
FORT POLK 11.96
BUXTON CREEK AT DOUGLAS ROAD 11.21
CHOUPIQUE BAYOU AT HWY 90 11.02
LACASSINE NATIONAL 2 ENE 10.55
BAYOU DINDE AT PICARD ST 9.76
LEBLEU SETTLEMENT 2 WNW 9.64
FORKED ISLAND 5 ENE 9.37
BUNDICK CREEK NEAR DE RIDDER 9.26
PECAN ISLAND 2 E 9.14
LAKE CHARLES MUNI ARPT 9.08
NEW IBERIA/ACADIANA 8.92
VERNON - FTS 8.77
LAFAYETTE RGNL ARPT 7.14
NEW ORLEANS/MOISANT 5.88
NEW ORLEANS/LAKEFRONT 5.33
ENGLAND AFB/ALEXANDRIA 4.84
SLIDELL AIRPORT 3.82
BATON ROUGE/RYAN MUNI ARPT 3.17

...MISSISSIPPI...
GAUTIER 8.27
SANDHILL CRANE - FTS 7.90
GRAND BAY 6.06
OCEAN SPRINGS 3.6 ESE 4.61
MOSS POINT - TRENT LOTT INTL ARPT 4.55
PASCAGOULA 4.54
PEARLINGTON 4.4 N 3.99
JOURDAN RIVER NEAR KILN 3.35
TANGIPAHOA RIVER AT OSYKA 3.15
TYLERTOWN 9 WNW 3.08
NATCHEZ/HARDY 2.91
KEESLER AFB/BILOXI 2.55
GULFPORT-BILOXI 2.40

...TENNESSEE...
MEMPHIS INTL ARPT 1.25
JACKSON MCKELLAR-SIPES RGNL ARPT 1.12

...TEXAS...
CEDAR BAYOU AT FM 1942 51.88
CLEAR CREEK AT I-45 49.40
DAYTON 0.2 E 49.23
MARYS CREEK AT WINDING ROAD 49.20
BEAUMONT/PORT ARTHUR 47.35
SANTA FE 0.7 S 46.70
PASADENA 4.4 WNW 45.74
HORSEPEN CREEK AT BAY AREA BLVD 45.60
SOUTH HOUSTON 4.0 SSW 44.91
BERRY BAYOU AT FOREST OAKS BLVD 44.80
BERRY BAYOU AT NEVADA 44.44
FRIENDSWOOD 2.5 NNE 44.05
LITTLE VINCE BAYOU AT BURKE RD 43.52
HOUSTON WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE 43.38
LEAGUE CITY 2.7 NE 43.32
WEBSTER 0.4 NW 43.32
LNVA CHEEK CANAL AT DITCH 407 43.11
LITTLE CEDAR BAYOU AT 8TH ST 42.32
ARMAND BAYOU AT GENOA-RED BLUFF RD 42.16
TURKEY CREEK AT FM 1959 42.12
BOONDOCKS RD AT TAYLORS BA 41.86
ARMAND BAYOU AT PASADENA LAKE 41.20
TAYLOR LAKE AT NASA ROAD 1 40.44
SH 124 AT HILLEBRANDT BAYOU 38.18
MAHAW BAYOU AT ENGLIN RD 37.75
JACINTO CITY 37.60
HUNTING BAYOU AT LOOP 610 EAST 37.00
TELEPSEN 36.60
MAHAW BAYOU AT BRUSH ISLAND ROAD 36.53
FIRST COLONY 4 WSW 36.34
BEAMER DITCH HUGHES RD 36.32
LA PORTE 1 N 36.24
BAYTOWN 2 NW 35.64
MOUNT HOUSTON 35.60
HOUSTON/CLOVER FIELD 33.37
HOUSTON/INTERCONTINENTAL 31.26
KATY 6 NE 31.23
HOUSTON/WILL HOBBY 27.88
HOUSTON/D.W. HOOKS 27.01
GALVESTON/SCHOLES 22.84
COLLEGE STATION 2 SSW 19.64
VICTORIA 3.8 NW 15.60
AUSTIN 4 SSE 10.28
AUSTIN/MUELLER MUNI ARPT 10.07
CORPUS CHRISTI 3.6 S 6.23

...SELECTED PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR EARLIER IN THE
EVENT...

...TEXAS...
PORT ARANSAS 2 ENE 132
COPANO VILLAGE 1 ENE 125
LAMAR 2 SSW 110
ROCKPORT 1 S 108
TAFT 5 NNE 90
MAGNOLIA BEACH 8 ESE 79
EDNA 73
FLOUR BLUFF 4 ESE 72
ARANSAS PASS 7 SE 71
CLEAR LAKE SHORES 1 WSW 71
BRAZOS 451 70
PALACIOS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 69
CORPUS CHRISTI NAS 5 SE 65
GANADO 7 S 64
LA WARD 64
BAYOU VISTA 13 E 61
NEW BRAUNFELS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 58
QUINTANA 1 NE 58
SUGAR LAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 58
JONES CREEK 9 SW 55
LA MARQUE 2 E 55
FREEPORT 1 ESE 54
SAN LEON 19 E 54
MISSOURI CITY 1 SE 53
SAN ANTONIO INTL ARPT 53
WEBSTER 53
BERGSTROM INTL AIRPORT 52
GONZALES AIRPORT 52
NASSAU BAY 52
TEXAS CITY 4 ENE 52


NEXT ADVISORY
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NEXT ADVISORY ISSUED AT 400 AM CDT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS
STORM.

FORECASTER KONG

FORECAST POSITIONS
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INITIAL 01/0300Z 34.3N 89.0W
12HR VT 01/1200Z 35.5N 87.8W
24HR VT 02/0000Z 36.7N 85.8W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
36HR VT 02/1200Z 37.9N 84.9W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
48HR VT 03/0000Z 40.2N 83.0W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7799 Postby CrazyC83 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 11:07 pm

I would have probably declared Harvey extratropical. It seems to have a frontal structure, and the temperature dropped since it crossed my latitude (33.5N).
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Re: ATL: HARVEY - Tropical Depression - Discussion

#7800 Postby cycloneye » Fri Sep 01, 2017 5:46 am

TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY ADVISORY NUMBER 48
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD AL092017
400 AM CDT FRI SEP 01 2017

...HARVEY BEGINNING TO LOSE TROPICAL CHARACTERISTICS AS HEAVY RAIN
SPREADS TOWARD THE OHIO VALLEY...SEVERE FLOODING CONTINUES ACROSS
FAR EASTERN TEXAS AND WESTERN LOUISIANA...

SUMMARY OF 400 AM CDT...0900 UTC...INFORMATION
-----------------------------------------------
LOCATION...35.7N 87.2W
ABOUT 65 MILES...105 KM...NNE OF MUSCLE SHOALS RGNL ALABAMA
ABOUT 40 MILES...65 KM...SW OF NASHVILLE METRO TENNESSEE
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...30 MPH...50 KM/H
PRESENT MOVEMENT...NE OR 45 DEGREES AT 16 MPH...26 KM/H
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1001 MB...29.56 INCHES


WATCHES AND WARNINGS
--------------------
FLASH FLOOD WATCHES AND WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FROM PARTS OF
NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI ACROSS WESTERN TENNESSEE AND INTO MUCH OF
KENTUCKY

FLOOD WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT FOR PARTS OF EASTERN
TEXAS...INCLUDING THE HOUSTON METROPOLITAN AREA...AND INTO WESTERN
LOUISIANA

FOR INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOUR AREA...INCLUDING POSSIBLE WATCHES
AND WARNINGS...PLEASE MONITOR PRODUCTS ISSUED BY YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE AT WWW.WEATHER.GOV.


DISCUSSION AND 48-HOUR OUTLOOK
------------------------------
AT 400 AM CDT...0900 UTC...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION
HARVEY WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 35.7 NORTH...AND LONGITUDE 87.2
WEST. RADAR AND SATELLITE IMAGERY INDICATE THAT TROPICAL
DEPRESSION HARVEY CONTINUES TO SHOW SIGNS OF LOSING TROPICAL
CHARACTERISTICS IN THE PAST FEW HOURS. MUCH OF THE MODERATE TO
HEAVY RAINS ARE NOW ORGANIZED TO THE NORTH OF THE CIRCULATION
CENTER AHEAD OF A WARM FRONT. HARVEY IS EXPECTED TO BECOME
EXTRATROPICAL AS IT CONTINUES TO MOVE NORTHEASTWARD TOWARD THE
OHIO VALLEY AND WEAKEN OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. AN
UPPER-LEVEL TROUGH ARRIVING FROM THE GREAT LAKES SHOULD BEGIN TO
INTERACT WITH THE REMNANT CIRCULATION OF HARVEY IN OHIO ON
SATURDAY AND THEN DEVELOP IT SLOWLY AS AN EXTRATROPICAL LOW OVER
NEW ENGLAND ON SUNDAY.

MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE IS 1001 MB...29.56 INCHES.


HAZARDS AFFECTING LAND
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RAINFALL...TROPICAL DEPRESSION HARVEY IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE AN
ADDITIONAL 1 TO 3 INCHES OF RAIN FROM WESTERN TO CENTRAL TENNESSEE
AND WESTERN TO CENTRAL KENTUCKY INTO EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA,
SOUTHERN OHIO AND WEST CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA. LOCALLY HIGHER
TOTALS OF 5 INCHES ARE POSSIBLE FROM WESTERN TENNESSEE TO WEST
CENTRAL KENTUCKY. THESE RAINS WILL ENHANCE THE FLASH FLOODING RISK
ACROSS THESE AREAS. MEANWHILE, WIDESPREAD SEVERE FLOODING WILL
CONTINUE IN AND AROUND HOUSTON, BEAUMONT/PORT ARTHUR/ORANGE, AND
EASTWARD AROUND THE LOUISIANA BORDER THROUGH THE WEEKEND. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO TRAVEL IN THE AFFECTED AREA IF YOU ARE IN A SAFE PLACE.
DO NOT DRIVE INTO FLOODED ROADWAYS.

...SELECTED PRELIMINARY STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IN INCHES THROUGH 4
AM CDT

...ALABAMA...
GASQUE 8.00
BONSECOUR 7.91
GRAND BAY 10.5 NE 6.81
FOLEY 7.4 SW 6.44
ELBERTA 6.31
ORANGE BEACH 6.03
TILLMANS CORNER 4.3 WNW 6.01
MOBILE REGIONAL AIRPORT 5.83
MOBILE/BATES FIELD 5.83
FAIRHOPE 5.77
GULF SHORES 5.60
SUMMERDALE 4.73
MONTROSE 4.52
DAPHNE 0.4 SW 4.42
FISH RIVER NEAR SILVERHILL 3W 4.35
SONNY CALLAHAN ARPT 4.32

...ARKANSAS...
WATSON 9 N 9.96
LAKE POINSETT RAWS 6.63
MAMMOTH SPRINGS 2 SSE 6.42
LITTLE DIXIE 6.24
CANAL 43 N. NEAR DUMAS 6.03
HARRISBURG 4.33
STUTTGART MUNI ARPT 4.33
FELSENTHAL 7 NNW 3.21
CROSSETT 0.9 S 2.79
JONESBORO MUNI ARPT 2.01

...FLORIDA...
PENSACOLA REGIONAL AIRPORT 7.95
MILTON 7.33
UNIVERSITY WEST 2.0 WNW 6.36
CRESTVIEW - SIKES ARPT 5.63
PACE 5.35
GULF BREEZE 5.28
PANAMA CITY ARPT 4.03

...GEORGIA...
COLUMBUS METRO ARPT 2.04
ATLANTA RGNL ARPT - FALCON FIELD 1.70

...KENTUCKY...
PLANO 2 ENE 5.73
FRANKLIN 2 NE 5.58
AUBURN 6 WNW 4.39
PROVIDENCE 3 ENE 4.32
BOWLING GREEN 2 NW 4.23
RUSSELLVILLE 2 NNW 4.14
CORINTH 3 SW 4.06

...LOUISIANA...
BAYOU CONWAY 22.25
BAYOU TORO NEAR TORO 20.62
KENNER GULLY AT MARK LEBLEU 18.23
CALCASIEU RVR AT OLD TOWN BA 18.15
W-14 AT JOE SPEARS RD 17.85
W-6 AT WARD LINE ROAD 17.24
MOSS BLUFF 16.70
BELFIELD DITCH AT BELFIELD ROAD 16.37
IOWA 0.9 ESE 16.36
GOLDSMITH CANAL AT GOOS RD 16.02
BAYOU ARSENE AT HECKER ROAD 15.84
GOLDSMITH CANAL AT HWY 171 15.74
LAKE CHARLES 11.5 SSW 15.41
RAGLEY 5.0 SE 15.18
EB L-14 AT IOWA BASEBALL FIELD 14.85
INDIAN BAYOU AT COFFEY ROAD 14.10
TOPSY 4 NNW 14.08
LACASSINE BAYOU AT LORRAIN BRIDGE 13.04
ZAVALLA 2 ENE 12.87
SULPHUR 2.2 E 12.54
BON WIER 2 ENE 12.44
HACKBERRY 5 SSE 12.33
CONTRABAND BAYOU AT 18TH STREET 12.28
WELSH 0.7 W 12.26
W-4 AT NELSON ROAD 12.12
GILLIS 4 WSW 12.11
FORT POLK 11.96
BUXTON CREEK AT DOUGLAS ROAD 11.21
CHOUPIQUE BAYOU AT HWY 90 11.02
LACASSINE NATIONAL 2 ENE 10.55
BAYOU DINDE AT PICARD ST 9.76
LEBLEU SETTLEMENT 2 WNW 9.64
FORKED ISLAND 5 ENE 9.37
BUNDICK CREEK NEAR DE RIDDER 9.26
PECAN ISLAND 2 E 9.14
LAKE CHARLES MUNI ARPT 9.08
NEW IBERIA/ACADIANA 8.92
VERNON - FTS 8.77
LAFAYETTE RGNL ARPT 7.14
NEW ORLEANS/MOISANT 5.88
NEW ORLEANS/LAKEFRONT 5.33
ENGLAND AFB/ALEXANDRIA 4.84
SLIDELL AIRPORT 3.82
BATON ROUGE/RYAN MUNI ARPT 3.17

...MISSISSIPPI...
GAUTIER 8.27
SANDHILL CRANE - FTS 7.90
GRAND BAY 6.06
OCEAN SPRINGS 3.6 ESE 4.61
MOSS POINT - TRENT LOTT INTL ARPT 4.55
PASCAGOULA 4.54
PEARLINGTON 4.4 N 3.99
JOURDAN RIVER NEAR KILN 3.35
TANGIPAHOA RIVER AT OSYKA 3.15
TYLERTOWN 9 WNW 3.08
NATCHEZ/HARDY 2.91
KEESLER AFB/BILOXI 2.55
GULFPORT-BILOXI 2.40

...TENNESSEE...
MEMPHIS INTL ARPT 1.25
JACKSON MCKELLAR-SIPES RGNL ARPT 1.12

...TEXAS...
CEDAR BAYOU AT FM 1942 51.88
CLEAR CREEK AT I-45 49.40
DAYTON 0.2 E 49.23
MARYS CREEK AT WINDING ROAD 49.20
BEAUMONT/PORT ARTHUR 47.35
SANTA FE 0.7 S 46.70
PASADENA 4.4 WNW 45.74
HORSEPEN CREEK AT BAY AREA BLVD 45.60
SOUTH HOUSTON 4.0 SSW 44.91
BERRY BAYOU AT FOREST OAKS BLVD 44.80
BERRY BAYOU AT NEVADA 44.44
FRIENDSWOOD 2.5 NNE 44.05
LITTLE VINCE BAYOU AT BURKE RD 43.52
HOUSTON WEATHER FORECAST OFFICE 43.38
LEAGUE CITY 2.7 NE 43.32
WEBSTER 0.4 NW 43.32
LNVA CHEEK CANAL AT DITCH 407 43.11
LITTLE CEDAR BAYOU AT 8TH ST 42.32
ARMAND BAYOU AT GENOA-RED BLUFF RD 42.16
TURKEY CREEK AT FM 1959 42.12
BOONDOCKS RD AT TAYLORS BA 41.86
ARMAND BAYOU AT PASADENA LAKE 41.20
TAYLOR LAKE AT NASA ROAD 1 40.44
SH 124 AT HILLEBRANDT BAYOU 38.18
MAHAW BAYOU AT ENGLIN RD 37.75
JACINTO CITY 37.60
HUNTING BAYOU AT LOOP 610 EAST 37.00
TELEPSEN 36.60
MAHAW BAYOU AT BRUSH ISLAND ROAD 36.53
FIRST COLONY 4 WSW 36.34
BEAMER DITCH HUGHES RD 36.32
LA PORTE 1 N 36.24
BAYTOWN 2 NW 35.64
MOUNT HOUSTON 35.60
HOUSTON/CLOVER FIELD 33.37
HOUSTON/INTERCONTINENTAL 31.26
KATY 6 NE 31.23
HOUSTON/WILL HOBBY 27.88
HOUSTON/D.W. HOOKS 27.01
GALVESTON/SCHOLES 22.84
COLLEGE STATION 2 SSW 19.64
VICTORIA 3.8 NW 15.60
AUSTIN 4 SSE 10.28
AUSTIN/MUELLER MUNI ARPT 10.07
CORPUS CHRISTI 3.6 S 6.23

...SELECTED PEAK WIND GUSTS IN MILES PER HOUR EARLIER IN THE
EVENT...

...TEXAS...
PORT ARANSAS 2 ENE 132
COPANO VILLAGE 1 ENE 125
LAMAR 2 SSW 110
ROCKPORT 1 S 108
TAFT 5 NNE 90
MAGNOLIA BEACH 8 ESE 79
EDNA 73
FLOUR BLUFF 4 ESE 72
ARANSAS PASS 7 SE 71
CLEAR LAKE SHORES 1 WSW 71
BRAZOS 451 70
PALACIOS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 69
CORPUS CHRISTI NAS 5 SE 65
GANADO 7 S 64
LA WARD 64
BAYOU VISTA 13 E 61
NEW BRAUNFELS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 58
QUINTANA 1 NE 58
SUGAR LAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT 58
JONES CREEK 9 SW 55
LA MARQUE 2 E 55
FREEPORT 1 ESE 54
SAN LEON 19 E 54
MISSOURI CITY 1 SE 53
SAN ANTONIO INTL ARPT 53
WEBSTER 53
BERGSTROM INTL AIRPORT 52
GONZALES AIRPORT 52
NASSAU BAY 52
TEXAS CITY 4 ENE 52


NEXT ADVISORY
-------------
NEXT ADVISORY ISSUED AT 1000 AM CDT. PLEASE REFER TO YOUR LOCAL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THIS
STORM.

FORECASTER KONG

FORECAST POSITIONS
------------------
INITIAL 01/0900Z 35.7N 87.2W
12HR VT 01/1800Z 36.1N 86.8W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
24HR VT 02/0600Z 37.5N 85.7W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
36HR VT 02/1800Z 39.1N 83.6W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
48HR VT 03/0600Z 42.0N 81.6W...POST-TROP/EXTRATROP
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