The Weather Prediction Center

College Park, MD

Storm Summary Message

Storm Summary Number 3 for Southern Plains to Mid-Atlantic Heavy
Rain Event
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
1100 AM EDT Sat Jun 12 2021

...Scattered showers and storms will continue today across the
South ahead of a cold front as the widespread heavy rain across
the region begins to taper off overall...

Flood Warnings remain in effect mainly along areal rivers for
portions of southeast Texas and the Lower Mississippi Valley.

For a detailed graphical depiction of the latest watches, warnings
and advisories, please see

At 1000 AM EDT...A persistent upper-level trough has moved
eastward over the Southeast U.S. ahead of a ridge building over
the southwest U.S. A stationary front was located across North
Carolina and meandered northwest through the Appalachians into the
Ohio Valley and Midwest, with a cold front extending southwest
from the Midwest into the Southern Plains. National Weather
Service Doppler Radar indicated a few scattered showers and storms
along the stationary front, mainly across western North Carolina.

...Selected preliminary Storm Total Rainfall in inches where the
event has ended...

TUSCALOOSA MUNI ARPT                 5.24                    
ANNISTON METRO ARPT                  4.57                    
ALABASTER SHELBY CO ARPT             4.53                    
CAIRNS AAF OZARK                     3.56                    
MUSCLE SHOALS RGNL ARPT              3.09                    

ROHWER 2 NNE                        19.22                    
MONTICELLO MUNI ARPT                 8.99                    
LANDMARK 2.1 SW                      7.65                    
PINE BLUFF 3.9 NNE                   7.23                    
UNIONTOWN 2.1 ESE                    5.58                    
LITTLE ROCK ADAMS FIELD              5.19                    
DE QUEEN SEVIER CO ARPT              4.13                    

AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD ARPT              5.20                    

CLINTON 0.8 SE                       4.28                    

NAMJEMOY 5.3 S                       8.41                    
KETTERING 1 NW                       4.12                    
PATUXENT RIVER NAS                   3.78                    
TOWSON 0.8 SW                        3.41                    
UNION BRIDGE 6.8 SSW                 3.39                    
DEALE 0.9 SE                         3.29                    

HOLCOMB                             16.03                    
CHARLESTON 4 SW                     15.35                    
SHELBY                              14.03                    
GREENWOOD LEFLORE ARPT              11.33                    
TUPELO RGNL ARPT                     9.17                    
DODDSVILLE 4 W                       9.11                    
MONEY                                9.01                    
TOMBIGBEE NATIONAL FOREST            8.40                    
COLUMBUS AFB                         8.14                    
STARKVILLE 5.3 S                     7.39                    
KOSCIUSKO                            7.23                    
BATESVILLE 8 SE                      6.38                    
VALLEY HILL 2 WSW                    5.94                    
TILLATOBA 6 E                        5.88                    
PHILADELPIHA 5 N                     5.54                    
MERIDIAN                             4.08                    
HATTIESBURG CHAIN MUNI ARPT          3.27                    

GREENVILLE 3.3 W                     5.92                    
KILL DEVIL HILLS 1.6 N               5.13                    
WINTERVILLE 2.8 WNW                  4.81                    
GREENVILLE 2.6 WSW                   4.76                    
NEWPORT 1.0 N                        4.73                    
ASHEBORO MUNI ARPT                   4.72                    
MOREHEAD CITY 0.1 E                  4.00                    
NEW BERN CRAVEN CO ARPT              3.44                    
BEAUFORT SMITH FIELD                 3.20                    
ROCKY MOUNT WILSON ARPT              3.15                    

COUNCIL HILL                        13.40                    
OKMULGEE                            13.10                    
BROKEN BOW 7.4 NE                    8.30                    
GRAY 2 NNE                           8.23                    
GUTHRIE 5.8 W                        5.29                    
TULSA LLOYD JONES JR ARPT            3.01                    

MEMPHIS                              2.86                    

CULPEPER                             9.35                    
URBANNA 6.2 NNE                      6.00                    
WILLIAMSBURG 3.2 WNW                 5.78                    
CRIGLERSVILLE 3 E                    5.39                    
SPERRYVILLE                          5.34                    
FOREST 3 N                           4.80                    
KILMARNOCK 2.5 NW                    4.71                    
WOODSTOCK 3 E                        4.35                    
EARLYSVILLE 3 NW                     4.34                    
LYNCHBURG                            4.29                    
BENNS CHURCH 1 WSW                   4.22                    
SMITHFIELD 3.6 SSE                   4.22                    
SUFFOLK 13.9 NNE                     4.21                    
STAUNTON/WAYNESBORO                  4.02                    
WASHINGTON NATIONAL DC               2.80                    

The stationary front located over North Carolina will move south
as a cold front throughout the day. A Slight Risk of excessive
rainfall is in effect for coastal South Carolina, with a Marginal
Risk in effect for a larger portion of the Southeast and
Appalachians along and ahead of the front. Rainfall of up to about
3 inches is possible with storms that form ahead of the front. The
cold front over the Midwest and Southern Plains will also slowly
progress southeastward, with a Marginal Risk of excessive rainfall
in effect ahead of the front over the Mississippi Valley. Some
scattered storms may produce locally heavy rainfall given the
moist air in place across the region. As the cold front continues
southward outside of the region that has seen the significant
rainfall from this event, and the persistent upper-level trough
begins to break down with the ridge building to the west, the
overall heavy rain and flood threat will continue to decrease. All
flood related watches have also been allowed to expire. Therefore,
this will be the last storm summary on this event.

This will be the last Storm Summary issued by the Weather
Prediction Center for this event. Please refer to your local
National Weather service office for additional information.


Last Updated: 1103 AM EDT SAT JUN 12 2021