Satellite Precipitation Estimates (TXUS20 KWBC)
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TXUS20 KNES 301935
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ZCZC NFDSPENES ALL
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FLZ000-GAZ000-
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SATELLITE PRECIPITATION ESTIMATES..DATE/TIME 08/30/15 1934Z
SATELLITE ANALYSIS BRANCH/NESDIS---NPPU---TEL.301-683-1404
LATEST DATA USED: GOES-13 1915Z  HANNA
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LOCATION...FLORIDA...GEORGIA...
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ATTN WFOS...CHS...CAE...JAX...FFC...TAE...
ATTN RFCS...SERFC...
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NESDIS IS CONTINUING TO ACCEPT APPEALS ON THE RETIREMENT OF THE SPENES
PRODUCT.  APPEALS CAN BE SUBMITTED BY EMAILING JOHN.SIMKO@NOAA.GOV
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EVENT...SATELLITE FEATURES FOR LOCALIZED HEAVY RAIN THREAT DEVELOPING
WITH INLAND MOVING OUTFLOW BOUNDARY
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SATELLITE ANALYSIS AND TRENDS...LARGE SCALE PATTERN SHOWS UPPER LOW
EJECTING NE THIS AFTERNOON INTO PORTIONS OF W CENTRAL GA IN RESPONSE
TO AREA OF HEIGHT FALLS THAT HAVE DROPPED INTO THE S PLAINS.  MODESTLY
ANOMALOUS MOIST ENVIRONMENT IN PLACE ON LATEST BLENDED PW ANALYSIS WITH PW
VALUES RUNNING AROUND 2.00" INLAND OVER CENTRAL AND E GA EXTENDING S INTO
N CENTRAL FL WITH BEST PW AXIS FURTHER E ALONG THE E COAST OF FL EXTENDING
N TO EXTREME SE GA AND SC.  THESE VALUES WERE BY NO MEANS EXCEPTIONAL
AND CORRESPONDED TO AROUND 120-140% ABOVE NORMAL CLIMATOLOGICAL VALUES.
CONVECTION HAS BEEN DEVELOPING WITHIN WEAK TO  MODERATE INSTABILITY AXIS
NOTED ON GOES SOUNDER IMAGERY WITH SUFFICIENT DAY TIME HEATING AIDING
IN INCREASED INSTABILITY OVER PORTIONS OF N CENTRAL FL AND S CENTRAL GA.
CONVECTION HAS BEEN MAXIMIZING ALONG A COMBINATION OF MESOSCALE BOUNDARIES
WITH THOSE BEING, AN INLAND MOVING OUTFLOW BOUNDARY FROM VIC OF AGS ARCING
SSW TO N CENTRAL FL AND ALSO ALONG WEAK MESOSCALE AND DIFFERENTIAL HEATING
BOUNDARIES THROUGHOUT THE AREA.  BELIEVE THAT ENVIRONMENT SHOULD CONTINUE
TO BE SUPPORTIVE FOR ADDITIONAL CONVECTION TO DEVELOP FURTHER DOWNSTREAM
OVER PORTIONS OF S GA AND N CENTRAL FL AS WEAK BOUNDARY LAYER FLOW SHOULD
BE ENHANCED BY W MOVING OUTFLOW BOUNDARY THAT SHOULD AID IN SMALLER
SCALE BOUNDARY COLLISIONS TO ENHANCE AND FAVOR MAXIMIZED BOUNDARY LAYER
CONVERGENCE OVER PORTIONS OF S GA AND N FL.  THIS MAY INDICATE POTENTIAL
FOR SHORT TERM BACKBUILDING WITH PERIODS OF MERGING AND BRIEF TRAINING
HELPING TO ENHANCE LOCALIZED HEAVY RAIN THREAT THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON.
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....NESDIS IS A MEMBER OF NWSCHAT (NESDISSATELLITEPRECIP)....
....NESDIS IS A MEMBER OF 12 PLANET....
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FOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS CONCERNING THE SATELLITE
PRECIPITATION MESSAGES AND GRAPHICS PLEASE EMAIL
SSDPrecip@noaa.gov
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FOR PRECIP MESSAGES AND GRAPHICS ON THE WEB:
http://www.ospo.noaa.gov/Products/atmosphere/spe/
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FOR AUTOMATED SATELLITE PRECIPITATION ESTIMATES ON THE WEB:
http://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/smcd/emb/ff/CONUS.php
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LAT...LON 3393 8283 3325 8215 3156 8194 3008 8226 3024 8319
3270 8333
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