Tropical Depression #7 - July 25-27, 2003

Tropical Depression #7 was a short-lived cyclone that formed on July 25th about 60 miles east of Jacksonville,
Florida.  The depression developed from the same tropical wave that spawned Tropical Depression #6.  It moved
north-northwest making landfall along the Georgia coast with maximum sustained winds of 30 mph early on the
26th.  The depression slowly moved inland and dissipated over central Georgia early on the 27th.  Below is the
track of the cyclone.

Track of T.D. #7 of 2003

The storm total rainfall maps below were constructed using data from data provided from the River Forecast Centers,
as well as the Wakefield and Raleigh Durham WFO's.

T.D. #7 of 2003 Storm Total Rainfall T.D. #7 Filled Contour Rainfall on Black Background
T.D. #7 of 2003 Contoured Rainfall on White Background

Below are the calendar for Daily Precipitation Maps.  Note that the 24-hour periods end
at 12z that morning.

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

25 26
27 28