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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT 
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
407 AM EDT THU JUL 05 2012

...JUNE 2012 WAS A MONTH OF EXTREMES...
...RECORD BREAKING HEAT ENDS THE MONTH OF JUNE...
...NEW ALL-TIME RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE AT COLUMBIA...
...POSSIBLE NEW ALL TIME STATE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE...
...BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE...
...7TH COOLEST JUNE ON RECORD AT AUGUSTA...

EXTREMES MAY BE THE BEST WAY TO EXPLAIN THE MONTH OF JUNE ACROSS THE 
MIDLANDS AND CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER AREA. THE MONTH BEGAN WITH BELOW 
NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION...YET ENDED WITH 
RECORD BREAKING HIGH TEMPERATURES AND VERY DRY CONDITIONS. A STRONG 
RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE DOMINATED THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL PORTION 
WITH A TROUGH ACROSS THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTRY FOR THE 
FIRST 3 WEEKS OF THE MONTH. HOWEVER...BY THE END OF JUNE THE STRONG 
RIDGE BUILD EASTWARD INTO THE SOUTHEAST PRODUCING RECORD BREAKING 
HIGH TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA. DURING THE COOLER AND WETTER 
PORTION OF THE MONTH...SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED AHEAD OF 
A TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE. ON THE 11TH...LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL WITH 
AMOUNTS FROM 3 TO 6 INCHES PRODUCED SOME FLOODING IN NEWBERRY COUNTY 
AND THE CITY OF COLUMBIA. 

HERE ARE SOME OF HIGHEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS FROM THE EVENT:

SC-AK-10 (N. AUGUSTA 1.7 NNW) COCORAHS.........6.47 INCHES
SC-AK-13 (N. AUGUSTA 3.3 N) COCORAHS...........5.65 INCHES
AUGUSTA 11TH ST (AGUG1) LARC GAUGE.............5.38 INCHES
AUGUSTA DANIEL FIELD (DNL).....................4.98 INCHES
GA-MD-1  (THOMSON 2.5 S) COCORAHS..............4.62 INCHES
MIDVILLE (MIDG1) NWS COOP OBSERVER.............4.18 INCHES
SC-ED-2  (TRENTON 6.3 SSW) COCORAHS............4.11 INCHES
SC-LX-44 (GASTON 3.8 W) COCORAHS...............4.07 INCHES
SC-AK-44 (N. AUGUSTA 4.2 NE) COCORAHS..........3.80 INCHES
WAYNESBORO (WYNG1) NWS COOP OBSERVER...........3.57 INCHES

THE HEAT WAVE THAT ENDED THE MONTH BEGAN ON THE 28TH AND CONTINUED 
THROUGH THE 30TH. DURING THE 3 DAY PERIOD...MANY LOCATIONS REPORTED 
TEMPERATURES WELL ABOVE 100 DEGREES. WITH SUCH RECORD BREAKING 
TEMPERATURES...IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE THAT THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE 
FOR THE MONTH WAS BELOW NORMAL AT BOTH COLUMBIA AND AUGUSTA. IN 
FACT...IT WAS THE 7TH COOLEST JUNE ON RECORD AT AUGUSTA. THE AVERAGE 
JUNE TEMPERATURE AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 74.7 DEGREES OR 
3.9 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR JUNE IS 78.6 
DEGREES. THE COOLEST JUNE ON RECORD AT AUGUSTA OCCURRED IN 1956 AND 
1966 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 74.0 DEGREES. 

THE TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK FROM THE CLIMATE 
PREDICTION CENTER (CPC) FOR THE MONTH OF JULY IS FORECASTING AROUND 
A 40 PERCENT CHANCE OF ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE PRECIPITATION 
OUTLOOK IS FORECASTING EQUAL CHANCES. THIS MEANS THAT THERE IS NO 
CLEAR SIGNAL FOR ABOVE...BELOW OR NORMAL PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS FOR 
THE MONTH.


HERE ARE THE PEAK WIND GUSTS FOR THE MONTH AT EACH STATION: 

COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT............45 MPH ON THE 1ST 
HAMILTON OWENS FIELD..............40 MPH ON THE 1ST
AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD.......38 MPH ON THE 4TH
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT.........32 MPH ON THE 1ST
DANIEL FIELD AUGUSTA..............31 MPH ON THE 12TH


CHECKING SOME OF THE MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALS FROM OUR COCORAHS 
(COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE RAIN...HAIL AND SNOW NETWORK) 
OBSERVERS...MOST RECEIVED BETWEEN 2 AND 3 INCHES OF RAIN DURING THE 
MONTH. THERE WERE SOME VERY IMPRESSIVE MONTHLY AMOUNTS OVER 7 INCHES 
AT A FEW LOCATIONS. 

HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST TOTALS RECORDED DURING THE MONTH:

SC-BW-3  (BARNWELL 1.2 WSW)........8.83 INCHES
SC-LN-10 (INDIAN LAND 4.7 S).......7.11 INCHES
SC-AK-10 (N. AUGUSTA 1.7 NNW)......7.04 INCHES
SC-AK-13 (N. AUGUSTA 3.3 N)........6.65 INCHES
SC-CD-10 (SUMMERTON 5.1 S).........6.43 INCHES
SC-CD-1  (SUMMERTON 8.4 SE)........6.08 INCHES
SC-ED-2  (TRENTON 6.3 SSW).........5.63 INCHES
GA-MD-1  (THOMSON 2.5 SE)..........5.45 INCHES
SC-LX-5  (LEXINGTON 1.5 WNW).......5.32 INCHES
SC-CA-7  (CAMERON 4.2 SE)..........5.22 INCHES

CHECKING SOME OF THE MONTHLY RAINFALL TOTALS FROM OUR COOPERATIVE 
WEATHER OBSERVERS MANY LOCATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 2 AND 3 INCHES OF 
RAIN DURING THE MONTH. HOWEVER...SOME AREAS RECEIVED OVER 5 INCHES 
OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST TOTALS RECORDED DURING THE MONTH:

NEWBERRY (NWYS1)....................6.43 INCHES
ORANGEBURG 2 (ORBS1)................5.93 INCHES
MIDVILLE (MIDG1)....................5.83 INCHES
LUGOFF 2NE (LUGS1)..................5.75 INCHES
BATESBURG (BATS1)...................5.44 INCHES
LAKE GREENWOOD (CHPS1)..............5.31 INCHES
JOHNSTON 4SW (JOHS1)................5.28 INCHES
SPRINGFIELD (SPRS1).................5.27 INCHES
LITTLE MOUNTAIN (LIMS1).............5.21 INCHES
LONGTOWN (LNTS1)....................4.64 INCHES

RAINFALL TOTALS AT OFFICIAL NWS ASOS SITES FOR THE MONTH:

DANIEL FIELD AUGUSTA (DNL)..............5.69 INCHES 
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT (OGB).........4.22 INCHES
COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)............4.18 INCHES 
HAMILTON-OWENS AIRPORT COLUMBIA (CUB)...3.97 INCHES 
AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD (AGS).......2.48 INCHES

SIGNIFICANT EVENTS...

ON THE 11TH...HEAVY RAINFALL EVENT PRODUCED LOCALIZED FLOODING IN 
SOME AREAS OF THE MIDLANDS. HEAVY RAIN PRODUCED FLOODING IN THE 
FLOOD PRONE AREA OF ROCKY BRANCH CREEK IN COLUMBIA. HEAVY RAIN ALSO 
PRODUCED FLOODING ON A CREEK THAT RUNS THROUGH THE NEWBERRY COUNTRY 
CLUB WASHING OUT SOME OF THE BRIDGES THROUGHOUT THE COURSE. 

ON THE 13TH...A COLD FRONT MOVED THROUGH THE REGION AND PRODUCED 
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE EASTERN MIDLANDS. THE WERE REPORTS 
OF QUARTER SIZE HAIL SUMTER AND CHESTERFIELD COUNTIES. THERE WERE 
SEVERAL REPORTS OF WIND DAMAGE. IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY...A TREE FELL 
ON A HOME AND ANOTHER TREE FELL ON A BARN CAUSING MINOR TO MODERATE 
DAMAGE. 

ON THE 24TH...THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN ACROSS 
KERSHAW COUNTY. THE AWOS (AUTOMATED WEATHER OBSERVING SYSTEM) AT 
WOODWARD FIELD IN CAMDEN REPORTED 2.01 INCHES OF RAIN IN 1 HOUR AND 
40 MINUTES. THE HEAVY RAIN FLOODED CARS IN THE WALMART PARKING LOT 
AND A SINK HOLE DEVELOPED ON KIRKLAND STREET.

ON THE 29TH-30TH...RECORD BREAKING HEAT WAVE DEVELOPS ACROSS THE 
AREA. TEMPERATURES TOP THE CENTURY MARK ACROSS MUCH OF THE MIDLANDS 
AND CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER AREA. 

HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGH TEMPERATURES AND RECORDS BROKEN ON THE 
29TH AND 30TH:

COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)...

JUNE 29TH  109 (NEW ALL-TIME RECORD HIGH FOR THE COLUMBIA AREA...107 
DEGREES WAS THE PREVIOUS ALL TIME HIGH RECORD)...(PREVIOUS DAILY 
RECORD 103 IN 1926)

JUNE 30TH  109 (TIED NEW ALL-TIME RECORD FOR COLUMBIA)...(PREVIOUS 
DAILY RECORD 103 IN 1959)

AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD (AGS)...

JUNE 29TH  106 (PREVIOUS DAILY RECORD 105 IN 1936)
JUNE 30TH  106 (PREVIOUS DAILY RECORD 103 IN 1998)

ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT...

JUNE 29TH  101
JUNE 30TH  103

HAMILTON-OWENS AIRPORT COLUMBIA (CUB)...

JUNE 29TH  110
JUNE 30TH  108

DANIEL FIELD AUGUSTA (DNL)...

JUNE 29TH  107
JUNE 30TH  107

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COOP OBSERVER REPORTS FOR THE 29TH:

JOHNSTON (JOHS1)................113 (PRELIMINARY...MAY BE TIED FOR A 
NEW STATE RECORD...UNDER REVIEW WITH THE SC STATE CLIMATE OFFICE)
COLUMBIA UNIV OF SC (UCS1)......113 (PRELIMINARY...MAY BE TIED FOR A 
NEW STATE RECORD...UNDER REVIEW WITH THE SC STATE CLIMATE OFFICE)
SALUDA FILTER PLANT (SADS1).....109
SANDHILL EXP. STATION (SAHS1)...109
MCCORMICK (MCCS1)...............108

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COOP OBSERVER REPORTS FOR THE 30TH:

JOHNSTON (JOHS1)................111
SALUDA FILTER PLANT (SADS1).....109
CLARKS HILL (CHDS1).............108
BARNWELL (BNLS1)................107
MCCORMICK (MCCS1)...............107
CEDAR CREEK (BLYS1).............106
LITTLE MOUNTAIN (LIMS1).........106


TEMPERATURES...

RECORD DAILY TEMPERATURES FOR MARCH 2012 FOR COLUMBIA METROPOLITAN 
AIRPORT (CAE) AND AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD (AGS):

AT COLUMBIA...
ON THE 29TH...BROKE THE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 103 
DEGREES SET IN 1936. ALSO BROKE THE ALL TIME RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE 
FOR COLUMBIA OF 107 DEGREES. THE AFTERNOON TEMPERATURE WAS 109 
DEGREES. 

ON THE 30TH...BROKE THE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 103 
DEGREES SET IN 1959. ALSO TIED THE NEW ALL TIME RECORD HIGH 
TEMPERATURE OF 109 DEGREES SET ON JUNE 29TH. THE AFTERNOON 
TEMPERATURE WAS ONCE AGAIN 109 DEGREES.

AT AUGUSTA...
ON THE 17TH...TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 55 
DEGREES. ALSO SET IN 1979.

ON THE 26TH...TIED THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 59 
DEGREES. ALSO SET IN 1974.

ON THE 27TH...BROKE THE RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 61 
DEGREES SET IN 1979. THE MORNING LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 56 DEGREES. 

ON THE 29TH...BROKE THE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 105 
DEGREES SET IN 1936. THE AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 105 DEGREES.

ON THE 30TH...BROKE THE RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURE FOR THE DATE OF 103 
DEGREES SET IN 1998. THE AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 105 DEGREES.

    
COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH
CAE 57 3RD
AGS 52 3RD

WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH
CAE 109 29TH AND 30TH
AGS 106 29TH AND 30TH


COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT (CAE) AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...

         AVG HIGH/DEEP  AVG LOW/DEEP   AVG TEMP  NORMAL  DEPARTURE 
JAN 2010  52.4/-2.7      29.6/-4.4      41.0      44.6    -3.6 
FEB       51.8/-7.7      31.2/-5.1      41.5      47.9    -6.4 
MAR       65.7/-1.7      41.1/-2.4      53.4      55.4    -2.0 
APR       80.3/+4.6      51.3/+0.6      65.8      63.2    +2.6 
MAY       86.6/+3.5      65.3/+5.3      76.0      71.6    +4.4 
JUN       94.6/+5.5      72.8/+4.9      83.7      78.5    +5.2 
JUL       95.1/+3.0      73.7/+1.9      84.4      82.0    +2.4 
AUG       92.3/+2.3      74.6/+4.6      83.5      80.3    +3.2 
SEP       91.3/+6.5      66.6/+2.0      78.9      74.7    +4.2 
OCT       79.8/+4.0      51.2/-0.3      65.5      63.7    +1.8 
NOV       68.3/+1.6      41.9/-0.7      55.1      54.7    +0.4 
DEC       51.1/-6.7      28.2/-7.9      39.6      47.0    -7.4 
ANNUAL    75.8/+0.5      52.3/+0.7      64.0      63.6    +0.4

JAN 2011  52.7/-2.4      30.7/-5.5      41.7      44.6    -2.9 
FEB       64.6/+5.1      39.7/+3.4      52.2      47.9    +4.3 
MAR       68.6/+1.2      45.7/+2.2      57.1      55.4    +1.7 
APR       80.9/+5.2      54.6/+3.9      67.8      63.2    +4.6 
MAY       85.5/+2.4      62.8/+2.8      74.2      71.6    +2.6 
JUN       95.2/+6.1      71.4/+3.5      83.3      78.5    +4.8  
JUL       96.4/+3.7      74.6/+3.0      85.5      82.2    +3.3 
AUG       94.5/+3.8      73.0/+2.0      83.8      80.8    +3.0 
SEP       86.9/+1.7      65.9/+1.7      76.4      74.7    +1.7 
OCT       74.7/-1.4      49.3/-2.8      62.0      64.1    -2.1 
NOV       69.2/+1.9      42.1/-0.2      55.6      54.8    +0.8 
DEC       64.4/+6.2      38.7/+3.4      51.5      46.7    +4.8  
ANNUAL    77.8/+2.3      54.0/+1.6      65.9      63.9    +2.0 

JAN 2012  61.8/+5.8      36.9/+3.2      49.4      44.8    +4.6 
FEB       64.1/+3.8      40.3/+3.5      52.2      48.5    +3.7 
MAR       77.7/+9.5      53.2/+10.2     65.4      55.6    +9.8 
APR       79.3/+3.0      54.7/+4.3      67.0      63.4    +3.6 
MAY       85.8/+2.0      64.9/+5.4      75.4      71.7    +3.7
JUN       88.4/-1.6      66.6/-1.6      77.5      79.1    -1.6
     

AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD (AGS) AVERAGE TEMPERATURE...

         AVG HIGH/DEEP  AVG LOW/DEEP  AVG TEMP   NORMAL  DEPARTURE 
JAN 2010  53.9/-2.6      29.5/-3.6     41.7       44.8    -3.1 
FEB       53.6/-7.7      30.6/-4.9     42.1       48.4    -6.3 
MAR       66.0/-3.2      39.5/-3.0     52.8       55.9    -3.1 
APR       80.9/+4.2      47.7/+0.4     64.3       62.4    +1.9 
MAY       86.9/+3.0      61.4/+4.2     74.2       70.5    +3.7 
JUN       95.9/+6.3      69.6/+4.2     82.8       77.5    +5.3 
JUL       95.8/+3.8      71.5/+1.9     83.6       80.8    +2.8 
AUG       92.4/+2.2      72.2/+4.3     82.3       79.3    +3.0 
SEP       91.5/+6.2      61.9/-0.5     76.7       73.8    +2.9 
OCT       81.1/+4.6      47.3/-2.3     64.2       63.1    +1.1 
NOV       70.1/+2.3      39.7/-1.2     54.9       54.4    +0.5 
DEC       52.9/-6.2      26.0/-8.7     39.4       46.9    -7.5 
ANNUAL    76.8/+1.1      49.7/-1.0     63.2       63.2     0.0

JAN 2011  54.1/-2.4      29.2/-3.9     41.7       44.8    -3.1 
FEB       65.9/+4.6      36.9/+1.4     51.4       48.4    +3.0 
MAR       71.4/+2.2      43.9/+1.4     57.6       55.9    +1.7 
APR       82.6/+5.9      51.6/+3.5     67.1       62.4    +4.7 
MAY       86.7/+2.8      57.7/+0.5     72.2       70.5    +1.7 
JUN       96.2/+6.6      67.9/+2.5     82.0       77.5    +4.5 
JUL       97.3/+3.9      71.8/+2.0     84.6       81.6    +3.0 
AUG       97.7/+5.9      71.0/+1.7     84.4       80.5    +3.9 
SEP       88.8/+2.1      62.7/+0.1     75.7       74.6    +1.1 
OCT       75.4/-2.3      46.4/-4.6     60.9       64.4    -3.5 
NOV       70.6/+1.5      39.9/-1.5     55.3       55.2    -0.1 
DEC       64.7/+4.7      36.8/+2.3     50.7       47.2    +3.5 
ANNUAL    79.3/+2.4      51.3/+0.3     65.3       63.9    +1.4

JAN 2012  63.4/+5.5      34.3/+1.5     48.8       45.4    +3.4 
FEB       65.6/+3.3      39.1/+3.2     52.4       49.1    +3.3 
MAR       77.0/+7.1      51.0/+9.0     64.0       55.9    +8.1  
APR       79.4/+2.0      51.3/+3.2     65.4       62.7    +2.7
MAY       86.0/+1.0      61.6/+4.3     73.8       71.1    +2.7
JUN       87.6/-3.4      61.8/-4.4     74.7       78.6    -3.9       

PRECIPITATION...

COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT PRECIPITATION...

                    TOTAL       NORMAL      DIFFERENCE
                  (INCHES)
JANUARY 2010        3.18         4.66         -1.48  
FEBRUARY            2.88         3.84         -0.96 
MARCH               2.34         4.59         -2.25     
APRIL               0.91         2.98         -2.07  
MAY                 2.10         3.17         -1.07 
JUNE                4.20         4.99         -0.79 
JULY                7.70         5.54         +2.16 
AUGUST              5.56         5.41         +0.15 
SEPTEMBER           1.94         3.94         -2.00 
OCTOBER             1.83         2.89         -1.06 
NOVEMBER            1.46         2.88         -1.42 
DECEMBER            1.40         3.38         -1.98 
ANNUAL             35.50        48.27        -12.77

JANUARY 2011        1.70         4.66         -2.96 
FEBRUARY            4.21         3.84         +0.37 
MARCH               4.00         4.59         -0.59
APRIL               2.76         2.98         -0.22 
MAY                 2.74         3.17         -0.43
JUNE                2.87         4.99         -2.12
JULY                6.17         5.46         +0.71
AUGUST              4.01         5.26         -1.25 
SEPTEMBER           3.36         3.54         -0.18
OCTOBER             2.01         3.17         -1.16
NOVEMBER            1.68         2.74         -1.06
DECEMBER            1.11         3.22         -2.11
ANNUAL             36.62        44.59         -7.97

JANUARY 2012        1.76         3.58         -1.82
FEBRUARY            2.46         3.61         -1.15
MARCH               2.21         3.73         -1.52
APRIL               2.28         2.62         -0.34
MAY                 4.71         2.97         +1.74
JUNE                4.18         4.69         -0.51

AUGUSTA BUSH FIELD PRECIPITATION...

                    TOTAL       NORMAL      DIFFERENCE  
                  (INCHES)  
JANUARY 2010        5.39         4.50         +0.89 
FEBRUARY            2.37         4.11         -1.74 
MARCH               3.20         4.61         -1.41 
APRIL               1.20         2.94         -1.74 
MAY                 1.36         3.07         -1.71 
JUNE                2.19         4.19         -2.00  
JULY                5.86         4.07         +1.79 
AUGUST              2.04         4.48         -2.44 
SEPTEMBER           1.89         3.59         -1.70 
OCTOBER             0.67         3.20         -2.53 
NOVEMBER            1.30         2.68         -1.38 
DECEMBER            1.17         3.14         -1.97 
ANNUAL             28.61        44.58        -15.97

JANUARY 2011        2.11         4.50         -2.39 
FEBRUARY            4.31         4.11         +0.20
MARCH               5.45         4.61         +0.84
APRIL               1.93         2.94         -1.01
MAY                 2.50         3.07         -0.57
JUNE                1.98         4.19         -2.21
JULY                4.05         4.33         -0.28
AUGUST              1.16         4.32         -3.16
SEPTEMBER           1.56         3.22         -1.66
OCTOBER             1.47         3.27         -1.80
NOVEMBER            1.63         2.82         -1.19
DECEMBER            1.28         3.39         -2.11
ANNUAL             29.43        43.57        -14.14 

JANUARY 2012        1.40         3.91         -2.51 
FEBRUARY            1.12         3.92         -2.80
MARCH               2.28         4.18         -1.90
APRIL               1.45         2.84         -1.39
MAY                 4.56         2.65         +1.91
JUNE                2.48         4.72         -2.24


.NOTE...
TEMPERATURE RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1887 AND FOR AUGUSTA  
BACK TO 1873. PRECIPITATION RECORDS FOR COLUMBIA GO BACK TO 1878 AND 
FOR AUGUSTA BACK TO 1871. 

ADDITIONAL CLIMATE INFORMATION...INCLUDING CURRENT AND
ARCHIVED DAILY AND MONTHLY SUMMARIES...CAN BE FOUND ON THE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC HOME PAGE AT 
HTTP://WWW.WEATHER.GOV/CAE .

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