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MAX/MIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR
SOUTHEAST AL...EASTERN FL PANHANDLE ...
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
832 PM EDT THU JUN 30 2011

HIGH TEMPERATURE TODAY
LOW TEMPERATURE PAST 18 HOURS
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION ENDING AT 8PM EDT / 7PM CDT


.BR TAE 0630 E DH20/TAIRZX/DH20/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - EASTERN TIME ZONE
:AS OF 8PM EDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
TLH  : TALLAHASSEE              :  97 /  72 /  0.26
AAF  : APALACHICOLA             :  91 /  72 /  0.56
40J  : PERRY                    :  91 /  73 /  1.11
CTY  : CROSS CITY               :  90 /  72 /  1.57
JAX  : JACKSONVILLE INTL        :  90 /  73 /  0.17
ABY  : ALBANY                   :  97 /  73 /    T
VAD  : MOODY AFB                :  91 /  72 /  0.06
VLD  : VALDOSTA                 :  95 /  73 /    T
BGE  : BAINBRIDGE               :  97 /  72 /
BIJ  : BLAKELY                  :  97 /  70 /
MGR  : MOULTRIE                 :  90 /  72 /
TMA  : TIFTON                   :  90 /  70 /
TVI  : THOMASVILLE              :  90 /  72 /
:
.END


.BR TAE 0630 C DH19/TAIRZX/DH19/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - CENTRAL TIME ZONE
:AS OF 7PM CDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
ECP  : PANAMA CITY NW INTL ARPT :  97 /  73 /    T
PAM  : TYNDALL AFB              :  90 /  74 /  0.00
VPS  : EGLIN AFB                :  96 /  74 /  0.00
CEW  : CRESTVIEW                :  96 /  73 /  0.00
PNS  : PENSACOLA                :  95 /  76 /  0.00
MAI  : MARIANNA                 :  99 /  73 /  0.00
MOB  : MOBILE                   :  95 /  71 /  0.00
DHN  : DOTHAN                   :  97 /  72 /  0.00
OZR  : OZARK - CAIRNS AIR FIELD :  96 /  72 /  0.00

Tropical Storm Arlene made landfall on the northeast coast of Mexico south of Tampico at 4am this morning as an intensifying tropical storm with 65 mph winds.

Wind gusts as high as 46 mph were recorded in Tampico last night, and intermittent heavy rain and winds gusting up to 34 mph have affected Brownsville, Texas today.

The Brownsville Airport picked up 1.31″ of rain as of 10am, and Arlene has dropped rainfall amounts of 1 – 2 inches over extreme South Texas so far.

As Arlene pushes inland today, heavy rainfall amounts of 4 – 8 inches are likely over portions of Mexico, which will probably cause several million dollars in flooding damage.

However, Arlene’s rains are likely to provide a benefit to agriculture in the tens of millions of dollars, since the region of Mexico affected is experiencing their worst drought in over 50 years.

It’s fortunate that Arlene ran out of room in the Gulf of Mexico when it did; microwave satellite images of the storm at landfall show that Arlene was well on its way to establishing a complete eyewall, and would have likely become a hurricane if it had had another twelve hours over water.

- Report from Dr. Jeff Masters

TROPICAL STORM ARLENE DISCUSSION NUMBER   6
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL       AL012011
1000 PM CDT WED JUN 29 2011

AN AIR FORCE HURRICANE HUNTER AIRCRAFT REPORTED PEAK FLIGHT-LEVEL
WINDS OF 64 KT ON ITS FIRST PASS THROUGH ARLENE WHICH EQUATES TO
ABOUT 50 KT SURFACE WINDS AND A MINIMUM PRESSURE OF 996 MB.
SEVERAL SFMR WIND MEASUREMENTS CLOSE TO 50 KT WERE ALSO RECORDED ON
THAT PASS AND THE SUBSEQUENT ONE AROUND 2300 UTC.  EARLIER
MICROWAVE PASSES REVEALED A PROMINENT BAND OVER THE SOUTHERN
SEMICIRCLE BUT A LACK OF ANY DISTINGUISHING CENTRAL FEATURES.  THE
LATTER MATCHES WHAT THE PLANE ALSO FOUND...A LARGE REGION OF LIGHT
AND VARIABLE WINDS NEAR THE CENTER.  ON THE BASIS OF THE PLANE
REPORTS AND 0000 UTC TAFB/SAB SATELLITE CLASSIFICATIONS OF
3.5/3.0...THE INITIAL INTENSITY IS HELD AT 50 KT. ALTHOUGH THE
WINDS ALOFT ARE GENERALLY FAVORABLE AND THE WATERS UNDERNEATH THE
CYCLONE ARE VERY WARM...THE CURRENT STORM STRUCTURE DOES NOT SEEM
SUITABLE FOR SIGNIFICANT INTENSIFICATION.  BESIDES...THE WINDOW OF
OPPORTUNITY FOR STRENGTHENING IS DECREASING NOW THAT LANDFALL SEEMS
IMMINENT. THE OFFICIAL NHC FORECAST REMAINS IN LINE WITH THE
STATISTICAL INTENSITY GUIDANCE AND INDICATES ARLENE REACHING A
PEAK INTENSITY NEAR HURRICANE STRENGTH IMMEDIATELY BEFORE LANDFALL.

THE SEQUENCE OF AIRCRAFT FIXES FROM THE MORNING AND LATE AFTERNOON
FLIGHTS YIELDED LITTLE OVERALL MOTION...BUT RECENT SATELLITE IMAGERY
SUGGESTS THAT ARLENE MAY HAVE BEGUN TO MOVE SLIGHTLY FASTER. A
STRONG MID-TROPOSPHERIC AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDING TO THE NORTH
AND NORTHWEST OF THE CYCLONE SHOULD INDUCE A GENERALLY WESTWARD
TRACK TO NEAR LANDFALL.  A TURN TOWARD THE WEST-SOUTHWEST IS
POSSIBLE AFTER THAT AS THE ORIENTATION OF THE RIDGE CHANGES AND AS
THE CYCLONE INTERACTS WITH LAND.  THE OFFICIAL NHC FORECAST IS VERY
SIMILAR TO BUT A BIT SLOWER THAN THE PREVIOUS TRACK DUE TO EARLIER
DECELERATION.

AIRCRAFT DATA INDICATE THAT TROPICAL-STORM-FORCE WINDS HAVE EXPANDED
SIGNIFICANTLY TO THE SOUTHWEST AND THE WIND RADII HAVE BEEN
MODIFIED ACCORDINGLY.

by George and Tami Williams

 

If YOU have photos of Monday’s storm damage email them to martha@wtvy.com and you could wind up seeing them on air, or on the blog!

MAX/MIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR
SOUTHEAST AL...EASTERN FL PANHANDLE ...
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
829 PM EDT TUE JUN 28 2011

HIGH TEMPERATURE TODAY
LOW TEMPERATURE PAST 18 HOURS
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION ENDING AT 8PM EDT / 7PM CDT


.BR TAE 0628 E DH20/TAIRZX/DH20/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - EASTERN TIME ZONE
:AS OF 8PM EDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
TLH  : TALLAHASSEE              :  93 /  71 /  0.01
AAF  : APALACHICOLA             :  90 /  74 /  0.01
40J  : PERRY                    :  90 /  71 /  0.02
CTY  : CROSS CITY               :  90 /  72 /  0.42
JAX  : JACKSONVILLE INTL        :  87 /  70 /  0.44
ABY  : ALBANY                   :  96 /  71 /    T
VAD  : MOODY AFB                :  94 /  70 /  0.76
VLD  : VALDOSTA                 :  97 /  70 /  0.03
BGE  : BAINBRIDGE               :  99 /  70 /
BIJ  : BLAKELY                  :  95 /  66 /
MGR  : MOULTRIE                 :  91 /  72 /
TMA  : TIFTON                   :  91 /  70 /
TVI  : THOMASVILLE              :  91 /  70 /
:
.END


.BR TAE 0628 C DH19/TAIRZX/DH19/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - CENTRAL TIME ZONE
:AS OF 7PM CDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
ECP  : PANAMA CITY NW INTL ARPT :  90 /  73 /    T
PAM  : TYNDALL AFB              :  87 /  75 /  0.40
VPS  : EGLIN AFB                :  90 /  74 /  0.27
CEW  : CRESTVIEW                :  94 /  71 /  0.55
PNS  : PENSACOLA                :  92 /  76 /    T
MAI  : MARIANNA                 :  99 /  73 /  0.51
MOB  : MOBILE                   :  94 /  75 /  0.01
DHN  : DOTHAN                   :  96 /  72 /  0.10
OZR  : OZARK - CAIRNS AIR FIELD :  96 /  71 /  0.22
LOR  : FT RUCKER HELIPORT       :  97 /  71 /    T

TROPICAL STORM ARLENE DISCUSSION NUMBER   2
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL       AL012011
1000 PM CDT TUE JUN 28 2011

WHILE THE DEEP CONVECTION NEAR AND TO THE NORTHEAST OF THE CENTER OF
ARLENE HAS CONTINUED TO INCREASE DURING THE LAST FEW HOURS...THERE
HAS BEEN NO FURTHER INCREASE IN ITS ORGANIZATION.  DVORAK SATELLITE
INTENSITY ESTIMATES REMAIN UNCHANGED SINCE 0000 UTC...AND THE
INITIAL INTENSITY IS HELD AT 35 KT.  

SATELLITE IMAGERY SUGGESTS THAT UPPER-LEVEL WESTERLY WINDS CONTINUE
TO IMPINGE ON THE CYCLONE...AND UW CIMSS SHEAR ANALYSES INDICATE
ABOUT 20 KT OF WESTERLY SHEAR AFFECTING ARLENE. THE DYNAMICAL MODEL
AND SHIPS GUIDANCE SUGGEST THAT THE SHEAR WILL DECREASE DURING THE
NEXT 24 HOURS WHICH SHOULD ALLOW AN OPPORTUNITY FOR GRADUAL
STRENGTHENING. HOWEVER...THE LARGE CIRCULATION OF THE TROPICAL
CYCLONE AND THE POSSIBILITY OF A SLOWER REDUCTION OF THE WESTERLY
SHEAR COULD LIMIT ITS POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT INTENSIFICATION
PRIOR TO LANDFALL.   THE OFFICIAL FORECAST IS SIMILAR TO THE
PREVIOUS ADVISORY AND CLOSE TO CONSENSUS OF THE INTENSITY GUIDANCE. 

ARLENE CONTINUES MOVING SLOWLY WEST-NORTHWESTWARD OR 295/6. THE
STORM IS FORECAST TO TURN TOWARD THE WEST ON WEDNESDAY AS A MID- TO
UPPER-LEVEL RIDGE OVER THE CENTRAL UNITED STATES BUILDS EASTWARD. 
SEVERAL OF THE DYNAMICAL MODELS INDICATE THAT ARLENE COULD TURN
WEST-SOUTHWESTWARD AS IT APPROACHES THE COAST OF MEXICO DUE TO THE
STRENGTHENING RIDGE.  THE OFFICIAL TRACK FORECAST SUGGESTS THIS
POSSIBILITY AND LIES BETWEEN THE GFS AND ECMWF MODEL SOLUTIONS. 

GIVEN THE LARGE SIZE OF THE CIRCULATION OF ARLENE...ONE SHOULD NOT
FOCUS ON THE EXACT FORECAST TRACK...AS IMPACTS COULD BE FELT OVER A
LARGE PORTION OF NORTHEASTERN MEXICO WELL AWAY FROM THE CENTER.

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
433 PM CDT tue jun 28 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
southern dale county in southeast alabama,
eastern geneva county in southeast alabama,
houston county in southeast alabama…

* until 500 PM CDT

* at 432 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near dothan, or near kelly springs, and moving southeast at 10 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to green acres, jones crossroads, peterman, kinsey, malvern, taylor, light, enon, keytons, garretts crossroads, merritts
crossroads, olympia spa resort, ardilla, smyrna, wilson mill, southern junction, rehobeth, pansey, memphis, lovetown,
hodgesville, cowarts, avon and ashford.

precautionary/preparedness actions…

relay reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service in tallahassee at (8 5 0) 9 4 2 8 8 3 3. or, you may contact the nearest law enforcement agency or your county emergency management. they will relay your report to the National Weather Service.

&&

lat, lon 3136 8541 3132 8541 3131 8535 3116 8514
3101 8551 3132 8575 3148 8558
time, mot, loc 2133Z 317Deg 10Kt 3125 8545

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
405 PM CDT tue jun 28 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
northeastern jackson county in the panhandle of florida,
southeastern houston county in southeast alabama,
seminole county in southwest georgia…

* until 430 PM cdt/530 PM edt/

* at 402 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near lucy, and moving southeast at 10 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to bascom, chattahoochee sp, drakes still, steam mill, lake
seminole, buena vista, hornsville, lovedale, haynes,
sharphagen, seminole state park, riverturn, little hope,
lela, iron city, fairchild, donalsonville, donaldsonville
a/p, desser and davis park

precautionary/preparedness actions…

relay reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service in tallahassee at (8 5 0) 9 4 2 8 8 3 3. or, you may contact the nearest law enforcement agency or your county emergency management. they will relay your report to the National Weather Service.

&&

lat, lon 3114 8506 3108 8502 3107 8474 3104 8474
3104 8476 3095 8476 3084 8480 3078 8482
3077 8486 3075 8487 3070 8486 3105 8533
3121 8515
time, mot, loc 2105Z 305Deg 7Kt 3104 8504



Clouds Building at 2:30pm, originally uploaded by wtvywxteam.

Scattered thunderstorms with heavy downpours.

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Dothan Sunset off N. Oates St. by Gina Pitisci

Rhonda Williams sent us this picture taken Saturday evening around 7:00 going out Hwy 84 West.

Not a cloud in the sky except for this one…  Thanks, Rhonda!

 

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
230 PM CDT mon jun 27 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
houston county in southeast alabama…

* until 300 PM CDT

* at 230 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near pansey, and moving west at 5 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to ashford, keytons, ardilla, memphis, lovetown,
cowarts, cottonwood and avon

precautionary/preparedness actions…

in addition to large hail and damaging winds, continuous cloud to ground lightning is occurring with this storm. move indoors
immediately!

&&

lat, lon 3121 8510 3117 8510 3116 8509 3107 8507
3101 8535 3122 8539 3124 8511
time, mot, loc 1929Z 078Deg 5Kt 3114 8519

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Lightning by Carey Collins

Mammatus Clouds by Donna from Dothan

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
210 PM CDT sun jun 26 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
eastern geneva county in southeast alabama,
southwestern houston county in southeast alabama…

* until 245 PM CDT

* at 206 PM CDT, National Weather Service doppler radar indicated a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near hodgesville, and moving west at 15 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to keytons, memphis, olympia spa resort, garretts
crossroads, rehobeth, southern junction, merritts
crossroads, light, slocomb, and fadette

precautionary/preparedness actions…

&&

lat, lon 3100 8560 3122 8560 3115 8525 3100 8527
time, mot, loc 1909Z 093Deg 11Kt 3107 8537

Here’s something to dwell on as you head to work next week: A small asteroid the size of a tour bus will make an extremely close pass by the Earth on Monday, but it poses no threat to the planet

The asteroid will make its closest approach at 1:14 p.m. EDT (1714 GMT) on June 27 and will pass just over 7,500 miles (12,000 kilometers) above the Earth’s surface, NASA officials say.

At that particular moment, the asteroid — which scientists have named 2011 MD — will be sailing high off the coast of Antarctica, almost 2,000 miles (3,218 km) south-southwest of South Africa.

Asteroid 2011 MD was discovered Wednesday (June 22) by LINEAR, a pair of robotic telescopes in New Mexico that scan the skies for near-Earth asteroids. The best estimates suggest that this asteroid is between 29 to 98 feet (9 to 30 meters) wide.

According to NASA’s Near-Earth Object Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, Calif., an object of this size can be expected to come this close to Earth about every 6 years or so, on average.

“There is no chance that 2011 MD will hit Earth but scientists will use the close pass as opportunity to study it w/ radar observations,” astronomers with NASA’s Asteroid Watch program at JPL wrote in a Twitter post Thursday (June 23). 

 



Storm NW of Dothan, originally uploaded by wtvywxteam.

Taken on the Circle near 431 North.

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Cloudy and 88 Degrees at 3pm, originally uploaded by wtvywxteam.

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MAX/MIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR
SOUTHEAST AL...EASTERN FL PANHANDLE ...
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
833 PM EDT THU JUN 23 2011

HIGH TEMPERATURE TODAY
LOW TEMPERATURE PAST 18 HOURS
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION ENDING AT 8PM EDT / 7PM CDT


.BR TAE 0623 E DH20/TAIRZX/DH20/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - EASTERN TIME ZONE
:AS OF 8PM EDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
TLH  : TALLAHASSEE              :  98 /  74 /  1.05
AAF  : APALACHICOLA             :  92 /  77 /  0.00
40J  : PERRY                    :  96 /  75 /  0.00
CTY  : CROSS CITY               :  97 /  75 /  0.00
JAX  : JACKSONVILLE INTL        :  97 /  72 /  1.73
ABY  : ALBANY                   :  96 /  73 /    T
VAD  : MOODY AFB                :  97 /  73 /  0.66
VLD  : VALDOSTA                 : 102 /  75 /  0.07
BGE  : BAINBRIDGE               :  95 /  73 /
BIJ  : BLAKELY                  :  91 /  72 /
MGR  : MOULTRIE                 :  93 /  73 /
TMA  : TIFTON                   :  93 /  72 /
TVI  : THOMASVILLE              :  95 /  72 /
:
.END


.BR TAE 0623 C DH19/TAIRZX/DH19/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - CENTRAL TIME ZONE
:AS OF 7PM CDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
ECP  : PANAMA CITY NW INTL ARPT :  94 /  75 /  0.00
PAM  : TYNDALL AFB              :  90 /  81 /  0.00
VPS  : EGLIN AFB                :  85 /  74 /  0.13
CEW  : CRESTVIEW                :  90 /  73 /  1.45
PNS  : PENSACOLA                :  89 /  73 /  1.27
MAI  : MARIANNA                 :  95 /  77 /  0.08
MOB  : MOBILE                   :  90 /  76 /  0.05
DHN  : DOTHAN                   :  90 /  74 /  0.22
OZR  : OZARK - CAIRNS AIR FIELD :  90 /  71 /  0.18
LOR  : FT RUCKER HELIPORT       :  93 /  71 /  0.36

Dothan set another record high on Tuesday when the thermometer hit 101. The old record was 99 in 1981.

That makes 7 new high records for Dothan in June (with a couple of near records!)

Here’s a look at some of the other highs around the area Tuesday.

MAX/MIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR
SOUTHEAST AL...EASTERN FL PANHANDLE ...
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
829 PM EDT TUE JUN 21 2011

HIGH TEMPERATURE TODAY
LOW TEMPERATURE PAST 18 HOURS
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION ENDING AT 8PM EDT / 7PM CDT


.BR TAE 0621 E DH20/TAIRZX/DH20/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - EASTERN TIME ZONE
:AS OF 8PM EDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
TLH  : TALLAHASSEE              :  98 /  72 /  0.00
AAF  : APALACHICOLA             :  92 /  74 /  0.00
40J  : PERRY                    :  96 /  73 /  0.00
CTY  : CROSS CITY               :  98 /  70 /  0.00
JAX  : JACKSONVILLE INTL        :  97 /  74 /  0.00
ABY  : ALBANY                   : 100 /  75 /  0.00
VAD  : MOODY AFB                :  99 /  75 /  0.00
VLD  : VALDOSTA                 : 103 /  73 /  0.00
BGE  : BAINBRIDGE               : 100 /  73 /
BIJ  : BLAKELY                  :  99 /  72 /
MGR  : MOULTRIE                 :  99 /  75 /
TMA  : TIFTON                   :  97 /  77 /
TVI  : THOMASVILLE              :  99 /  73 /
:
.END


.BR TAE 0621 C DH19/TAIRZX/DH19/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - CENTRAL TIME ZONE
:AS OF 7PM CDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
ECP  : PANAMA CITY NW INTL ARPT :  93 /  71 /  0.00
PAM  : TYNDALL AFB              :  89 /  72 /  0.00
VPS  : EGLIN AFB                :  90 /  76 /  0.00
CEW  : CRESTVIEW                :  97 /  70 /  0.00
PNS  : PENSACOLA                :  93 /  80 /  0.00
MAI  : MARIANNA                 : 103 /  74 /  0.00
MOB  : MOBILE                   :  94 /  79 /  0.00
DHN  : DOTHAN                   : 101 /  74 /  0.00
OZR  : OZARK - CAIRNS AIR FIELD : 100 /  71 /    T
LOR  : FT RUCKER HELIPORT       : 103 /  71 /  0.00


96 Degrees and Scattered Clouds, originally uploaded by wtvywxteam.

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bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
628 PM EDT fri jun 17 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
northeastern jackson county in the panhandle of florida,
southeastern houston county in southeast alabama,
extreme south central baker county in southwest georgia,
north central decatur county in southwest georgia,
south central early county in southwest georgia,
miller county in southwest georgia,
extreme southwestern mitchell county in southwest georgia, seminole county in southwest georgia…

* until 715 PM edt/615 PM cdt/

* at 623 PM edt/523 PM cdt/, the National Weather Service has detected a line of severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. these storms were located along a line extending from mayhaw to 9 miles west of greenwood, or along a line extending from hentown to sills, and moving east at 15 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to crosby, jakin, malone, lucy, chattahoochee sp, enterprise, colquitt, bascom, donalsonville, riverturn, little hope, davis park, steam mill, hornsville, donaldsonville a/p, buena
vista, two egg, lovedale, haynes, dellwood, sharphagen,
lela, iron city, eldorendo, desser, brinson, boykin, bellview and babcock

precautionary/preparedness actions…

these storms have a history of producing destructive winds and large damaging hail. seek shelter now inside a sturdy structure and stay away from windows!

&&

lat, lon 3112 8447 3077 8500 3091 8532 3123 8482
time, mot, loc 2228Z 290Deg 13Kt 3121 8479 3091 8529

 

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THURSDAY RAINFALL!

 Choctawhatchee Hills Subdivision Dothan 4.5″!
Cecelia Edwin, Al near Abbeville 1.5″
Gary C.  Dothan 2.0″
Dave C. Southside Dothan 1.25″
Susan S. Daleville .25″
Anna M. Geneva 1.5″
Darren B. Elba 3.0″
Richard P. Opp .75″
Cat T. Wicksburg .29″
John C. Dothan Westside 1.25″
Clint K. Ashford .20″
Myra M. Ozark .50″
Debbie M. Hartford 1.5″
Allen W. Geneva .50″
 

 

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
512 PM CDT thu jun 16 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
southeastern dale county in southeast alabama,
northwestern houston county in southeast alabama…

* until 545 PM CDT

* at 509 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near browns crossroads, and moving southwest at 15 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to napier field, grimes, midland city, waterford, newton,
pinckard, kelly springs, currytown, five points, w.
main/brannon st, green acres, jones crossroads, hollis dairy road, power dam road and wicksburg

precautionary/preparedness actions…

relay reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service in tallahassee at (8 5 0) 9 4 2 8 8 3 3. or, you may contact the nearest law enforcement agency or your county emergency management. they will relay your report to the National Weather Service.

&&

lat, lon 3121 8542 3120 8569 3147 8557 3143 8542
time, mot, loc 2212Z 023Deg 17Kt 3135 8552

5 o’clock from the Montgomery Hwy inside the circle.

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bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
445 PM CDT thu jun 16 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
central houston county in southeast alabama…

* until 530 PM CDT

* at 440 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near pearce, and moving south at 10 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to enon, cowarts, avon, ashford, ardilla, wilson mill, pansey
and lovetown

precautionary/preparedness actions…

&&

lat, lon 3110 8512 3111 8537 3131 8535 3130 8514
time, mot, loc 2144Z 002Deg 8Kt 3123 8525

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
413 PM CDT thu jun 16 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
north central jackson county in the panhandle of florida,
south central houston county in southeast alabama…

* until 445 PM CDT

* at 410 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near
cottonwood, and moving southeast at 10 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to harmon and grangeburg

precautionary/preparedness actions…

relay reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service in tallahassee at (8 5 0) 9 4 2 8 8 3 3. or, you may contact the nearest law enforcement agency or your county emergency management. they will relay your report to the National Weather Service.

&&

lat, lon 3108 8510 3093 8521 3104 8536 3114 8528
time, mot, loc 2113Z 302Deg 7Kt 3107 8527

bulletin – eas activation requested
severe thunderstorm warning
National Weather Service tallahassee fl
405 PM CDT thu jun 16 2011

the National Weather Service in tallahassee has issued a

* severe thunderstorm warning for,
southeastern henry county in southeast alabama,
northeastern houston county in southeast alabama,
southwestern early county in southwest georgia…

* until 430 PM cdt/530 PM edt/

* at 400 PM CDT, the National Weather Service has detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail, and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. this storm was located near pleasant plains, and moving southeast at 15 mph.

* other locations in the warning include but are not limited to columbia, hilton, farley nuclear plant, gordon, sawhatchee and cedar springs

precautionary/preparedness actions…

relay reports of severe weather to the National Weather Service in tallahassee at (8 5 0) 9 4 2 8 8 3 3. or, you may contact the nearest law enforcement agency or your county emergency management. they will relay your report to the National Weather Service.

&&

lat, lon 3125 8492 3109 8509 3127 8528 3138 8516
time, mot, loc 2105Z 310Deg 12Kt 3130 8517

Look at all the 100+ afternoon highs around the area on Wednesday.

Dothan set another high record with a reading of 101 (record 100 in 1963).

MAX/MIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR
SOUTHEAST AL...EASTERN FL PANHANDLE ...
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
848 PM EDT WED JUN 15 2011

HIGH TEMPERATURE TODAY
LOW TEMPERATURE PAST 18 HOURS
24 HOUR PRECIPITATION ENDING AT 8PM EDT / 7PM CDT


.BR TAE 0615 E DH20/TAIRZX/DH20/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - EASTERN TIME ZONE
:AS OF 8PM EDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
TLH  : TALLAHASSEE              : 105 /  73 /  0.61
AAF  : APALACHICOLA             :  98 /  80 /  0.00
40J  : PERRY                    : 103 /  75 /  0.00
CTY  : CROSS CITY               : 103 /  80 /  0.00
JAX  : JACKSONVILLE INTL        :  98 /  71 /  0.00
ABY  : ALBANY                   : 104 /  68 /  0.00
VAD  : MOODY AFB                : 102 /  72 /  0.00
VLD  : VALDOSTA                 : 106 /  70 /  0.00
BGE  : BAINBRIDGE               : 104 /  73 /
BIJ  : BLAKELY                  :  99 /  66 /
MGR  : MOULTRIE                 : 100 /  72 /
TMA  : TIFTON                   :  99 /  70 /
TVI  : THOMASVILLE              : 100 /  72 /
:
.END


.BR TAE 0615 C DH19/TAIRZX/DH19/TAIRZP/PPDRZZ
:
:AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS - CENTRAL TIME ZONE
:AS OF 7PM CDT
:
:                                 MAX   MIN
:                                 TEMP  TEMP   PCPN
:
ECP  : PANAMA CITY NW INTL ARPT :  96 /  78 /  0.00
PAM  : TYNDALL AFB              :  91 /  81 /  0.00
VPS  : EGLIN AFB                :  95 /  77 /  0.00
CEW  : CRESTVIEW                :  98 /  74 /  0.00
PNS  : PENSACOLA                :  97 /  80 /  0.00
MAI  : MARIANNA                 : 105 /  78 /  0.01
MOB  : MOBILE                   :  96 /  75 /  0.00
DHN  : DOTHAN                   : 101 /  74 /  0.00
OZR  : OZARK - CAIRNS AIR FIELD : 100 /  72 /  0.00
LOR  : FT RUCKER HELIPORT       : 103 /  68 /  0.00

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