FINAL ADVISORY

The NHC has issued its FINAL ADVISORY regarding Tropical Storm Fay as it appears that the Low Level Circulation and Mid Level Circulation have separated.

Rain and isolated storms can and will remain a threat to certain areas, but Fay is no more.
Tomorrow, on my blog, we will turn our attention to Invest 94L and Invest 95L.

The dry air interaction and lack of moisture on the west and southern portions sealed her doom. Keep in mind, again, the remnants of Fay will continue to produce significant rainfall and isolated tornados, but the combined threat appears to be over from this tropical system.

Should conditions change, either I or Gary will rapidly update you on this system.

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  1. As of 04:00 (AM) Sunday, August 24, 2008, the storm is still producing rainfall over wide areas of northwestern Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana. Flood watches and warnings are still in place in several areas. The remnants of the storm will turn to the north and northeast later today and into Monday and will move eventually over northern Georgia and the Carolinas in the next several days.

    We are watching two additional areas of interest in the Caribbean and western Atlantic. If these systems become named storms, additional data will be provided here in separate postings. For details on the remnants of Fay or any watches or warnings, please use the first link below for Tropical Storm information and the second link below for interactive watches and warnings.

    http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

    http://www.weather.gov/largemap.php

    Thank you to all those persons who monitored this storm with us and please pray for the families of the approximately 14 persons who lost their lives in this Tropical Storm Fay.

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