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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC
930 PM EDT JULY 2 2013

...WETTEST JUNE ON RECORD AT AUGUSTA...
...ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE AREA...
...TROPICAL STORM ANDREA MOVES ACROSS THE STATE...
...SIGNIFICANT FLOODING IN THE CITY OF NORTH AUGUSTA AND THE TOWN OF
NORTH...
...FOUR MINOR RIVER FLOOD EVENTS DURING THE MONTH...
...MULTIPLE SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS DURING THE MONTH...
...ONE EF1 TORNADO NEAR THE TOWN OF BOWMAN...


THE PERIOD OF ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL THAT BEGAN IN DECEMBER 2012 HAS
CONTINUED INTO THE EARLY SUMMER MONTHS OF THE MIDLANDS AND CENTRAL
SAVANNAH RIVER AREA. JUNE 2013 WILL GO DOWN IN THE RECORD BOOKS AS
THE WETTEST ON RECORD AT AUGUSTA. MANY OF OUR COCORAHS OBSERVERS AND
NWS COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS REPORTED RAINFALL AMOUNTS MUCH ABOVE
NORMAL. THERE WERE SEVERAL REPORTS OF 10 TO 15 INCHES ACROSS
PORTIONS OF THE AREA...ESPECIALLY ALONG THE SAVANNAH RIVER. THE
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE CLIMATE OFFICE REPORTED THAT AT LEAST A TRACE
OR MORE OF RAIN WAS REPORTED AT SOME LOCATION ACROSS THE STATE FOR
EACH DAY OF THE MONTH. BECAUSE OF THE HEAVY RAINFALL DURING THE
MONTH...THERE WERE TWO NOTABLE FLOODING EVENTS THAT OCCURRED. DURING
THE EVENING OF THE 3RD...HEAVY RAIN WASHED OUT ROADS...FLOODED
APARTMENTS AND CLOSED ROADWAYS ACROSS THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER
AREA. ONE COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTED 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN
APPROXIMATELY 40 MINUTES. THE SECOND EVENT OCCURRED IN ORANGEBURG
AND AIKEN COUNTIES ON THE AFTERNOON OF THE 9TH. RAINFALL AMOUNTS
FROM 3 TO 5 INCHES FELL ACROSS THE AREA DURING THE AFTERNOON HOURS.
THE COCORAHS OBSERVER IN THE TOWN OF NORTH REPORTED 5.35 INCHES OF
RAIN IN JUST ONE HOUR. THIS PRODUCED WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN THE
TOWN. ANOTHER COCORAHS OBSERVER IN AIKEN COUNTY REPORTED 2 INCHES OF
RAIN IN 30 MINUTES. THE HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS ORANGEBURG AND AIKEN
COUNTIES PRODUCED THE FIRST RIVER FLOODING ALONG THE NORTH FORK OF
THE EDISTO RIVER IN ORANGEBURG IN OVER 10 YEARS. BETWEEN 3 AND 5
INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS THE UPPER PORTION OF THE RIVER BASIN...2
DAYS LATER THE RIVER CRESTED AT ORANGEBURG. THE FLOODING WAS ONLY
MINOR BUT THE RIVER CRESTED AT 8.16 FEET ON THE 11TH AND FLOOD STAGE
IS 8.0 FEET. ANOTHER INTERESESTING EVENT FOR THE MONTH WAS THE TRACK
OF TROPICAL STORM ANDREA ACROSS THE EASTERN PORTION OF THE STATE. 
ANDREA MOVED ACROSS THE PALMETTO STATE ON THE MORNING OF THE 7TH. 
THE MAIN EFFECTS WERE LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN AND A FEW STRONG WIND GUSTS
ALONG THE COAST. 

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 77.8
DEGREES OR 0.8 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL OF 78.6 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT WAS 79.1 DEGREES...WHICH IS
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.

PRECIPITATION WAS ABOVE NORMAL AT BOTH AUGUSTA AND COLUMBIA FOR THE
MONTH. RAINFALL ACROSS THE AREA AVERAGED BETWEEN 3 AND 4 INCHES
ACROSS SALUDA AND NEWBERRY COUNTIES...WHICH IS NEAR OR JUST BELOW
NORMAL...OR GREATER THAN 10 INCHES ACROSS THE CENTRAL SAVANNAH RIVER
AREA...CALHOUN COUNTY...KERSHAW COUNTY AND CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
THESE AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 200 TO 400 PERCENT ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE
MONTH. THE TOTAL RAINFALL AT AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD WAS 10.83
INCHES OR 6.11 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 4.72 INCHES. THE TOTAL
RAINFALL AT COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT WAS 6.17 INCHES OR 1.48 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 4.69 INCHES.

HERE ARE THE TOP 10 WETTEST JUNE MONTHS ON RECORD AT AUGUSTA:

1. 10.83 INCHES IN 2013
2. 10.59 INCHES IN 2004
3. 10.05 INCHES IN 1941
4.  9.99 INCHES IN 2003
5.  9.65 INCHES IN 1886
6.  9.12 INCHES IN 1894
7.  8.84 INCHES IN 1989
8.  8.43 INCHES IN 1912
9.  8.25 INCHES IN 1900
10. 7.96 INCHES IN 1876 AND 1906


HERE ARE SOME OF RAINFALL TOTALS FROM OUR COCORAHS AND NWS COOP
OBSERVERS:

COCORAHS:

GA-CU-6  MARTINEZ 0.9 NW......16.02 INCHES
SC-AK-10 N. AUGUSTA 1.7 NNW...15.61 INCHES
SC-ED-2  TRENTON 6.3 SSW......15.42 INCHES
SC-AK-35 N. AUGUSTA 3.3 N.....15.35 INCHES
SC-BM-1  DENMARK 2.8 WNW......14.31 INCHES
SC-AK-26 AIKEN 2.3 S..........13.65 INCHES
SC-AK-42 AIKEN 8.7 E..........13.44 INCHES
SC-AK-15 AIKEN 2.7 W..........13.42 INCHES
SC-AK-34 AIKEN 2.4 SSW........13.39 INCHES
SC-LX-39 GILBERT 1.2 SSW......13.15 INCHES

NWS COOPERATIVE OBSERVERS:

MIDVILLE (MIDG1)..............14.83 INCHES
AIKEN 2E (AIKS1)..............12.29 INCHES
CHERAW WATER PLANT (CEWS1)....12.07 INCHES
SPRINGFIELD (SPRS1)...........11.03 INCHES
HOLLY HILL (HHLS1).............9.57 INCHES
CHESTERFIELD (CTFS1)...........9.51 INCHES
WAYNESBORO (WYNG1).............8.92 INCHES
SANDHILLS RESEARCH CTR (SAHS1).8.74 INCHES
MCCORMICK (MCCS1)..............8.50 INCHES
BISHOPVILLE WAGS 1ENE (BSPS1)..8.17 INCHES



EVENTS DURING JUNE:

ON THE 2ND...TRAINING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LOCALLY
HEAVY RAIN ACROSS EDGEFIELD...AIKEN AND COLUMBIA COUNTIES. ONE
COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTED 4 INCHES OF RAIN IN APPROXIMATELY 40
MINUTES. THE HEAVY RAIN WASHED OUT ROADWAYS AND CLOSED ROADS DUE TO
HIGH WATER IN SOUTHERN EDGEFIELD...SOUTHERN AIKEN AND NORTHERN
COLUMBIA COUNTIES. AREAS THAT WERE ESPECIALLY HARD HIT WERE THE CITY
OF NORTH AUGUSTA AND THE MARTINEZ/EVANS AREA. THE HEAVY RAINFALL
ALSO CAUSED THE EVACUATION OF THE LOWEST FLOOR OF TWO APARTMENT
COMPLEXES WITH WATER RISING AS HIGH AS 4 FEET.

ON THE 4TH...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM IN EASTERN ORANGEBURG COUNTY
PRODUCED AN INTENSE MACROBURST ALONG WITH AN EF1 TORNADO. THE
MACROBURST DOWNED NUMEROUS TREES AND POWERLINES ALONG AND SOUTH OF
INTERSTATE 20 NEAR THE TOWN OF BOWMAN. A FIELD IRRIGATION SYSTEM WAS
ROLLED OVER...A CHICKEN BARN WAS DAMAGED AND SEVERAL HOMES WERE
DAMAGED NEAR THE TOWN OF BOWMAN.

ON THE 7TH...TROPICAL STORM ANDREA MOVED ACROSS THE EASTERN PORTION
OF THE PALMETTO STATE. SHE PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS
THE EASTERN THIRD OF THE STATE ALONG WITH A FEW STRONG WIND GUSTS.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE HIGHEST RAINFALL AMOUNTS ASSOCIATED WITH 
ANDREA:

MYRTLE BEACH (COCORAHS)..........4.25 INCHES
N. MYRTLE BEACH AIRPORT (KCRE)...3.24 INCHES
WALTERBORO (WTRS1)...............3.05 INCHES
SURFSIDE BEACH (COCORAHS)........2.98 INCHES
SPRINGFIELD (SPRS1)..............2.90 INCHES

HERE ARE SOME OF THE STRONGEST WIND GUSTS REPORTED:

SPRINGMAID PIER..................51 MPH 
SULLIVANS ISLAND.................48 MPH
FORT SUMTER......................46 MPH
N. MYRTLE BEACH AIRPORT (KCRE)...45 MPH
JAMES ISLAND.....................44 MPH

FLORENCE REGIONAL AIRPORT RECORDED THE LOWEST BAROMETRIC PRESSURE
OF 29.44 INCHES OR 996.6 MB AS TS ANDREA MOVED ACROSS THE STATE ON 
THE MORNING OF THE 7TH. 


ON THE 9TH...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED WIND DAMAGE ACROSS THE
SOUTHERN AND EASTERN MIDLANDS. THE SLOW MOVING STORMS ALSO PRODUCED
WIDESPREAD FLOODING IN THE TOWN OF NORTH IN ORANGEBURG COUNTY. A
COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTED 5.35 INCHES OF RAIN IN JUST ONE HOUR.
MANY OF THE STREETS IN THE TOWN OF NORTH WERE FLOODED BY 1 TO 3 FEET
OF WATER. ANOTHER COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTED 2 INCHES OF RAIN IN 30
MINUTES IN AIKEN COUNTY.

HERE ARE SOME OF THE COCORAHS RAINFALL TOTALS FOR THE 9TH:

SC-OR-3  NORTH 0.3 W..........5.59 INCHES
SC-AK-42 AIKEN 8.7 E..........4.54 INCHES
SC-AK-14 AIKEN 7.8 SSE........3.38 INCHES
SC-AK-16 AIKEN 8.1 SSE........3.74 INCHES
SC-AK-27 WILLISTON 4.3 NNW....3.16 INCHES


ON THE 10TH...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN AND
DAMAGING WINDS ACROSS THE EASTERN AND SOUTHERN MIDLANDS. THE POLICE
DEPARTMENT REPORTED SOME MINOR FLOODING IN THE TOWN OF WILLISTON IN
BARNWELL COUNTY. WIDELY SCATTERED TREES AND POWERLINES WERE DOWNED
ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE AREA.

ON THE 13TH...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS ACROSS
THE NORTHERN AND EASTERN MIDLANDS. TREES AND POWERLINES WERE
REPORTED DOWNED BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS FAIRFIELD...KERSHAW AND
SUMTER COUNTIES.

ON THE 18TH...SEVERAL MULTICELL THUNDERSTORMS COMPLEXES MOVED ACROSS
THE SOUTHERN MIDLANDS AND CSRA. THESE STORMS PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS
THAT DOWNED TREES AND POWERLINES.

HERE ARE A FEW OF THE WIND GUSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE STORMS:

MCENTIRE ANG (RICHLAND CO.) (KMMT).......48 MPH
LAKE THURMOND DAM (CHDS1)................46 MPH
SHAW AFB (SUMTER CO.) (KSSC).............41 MPH
COLUMBIA HAMILTON OWENS AIRPORT (KCUB)..41 MPH


ON THE 25TH...SCATTERED STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCED WIND
DAMAGE ACROSS THE MIDLANDS. THERE WERE A FEW TREES AND POWERLINES
DOWNED ACROSS LEXINGTON...RICHLAND AND KERSHAW COUNTIES. A WIND GUST
OF 63 MPH WAS RECORDED AT THE SAVANNAH RIVER SITE IN BARNWELL COUNTY.

ON THE 26TH...SCATTERED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN THE WESTERN HALF OF
THE COUNTY WARNING INCLUDING BURKE COUNTY IN THE CSRA PRODUCED
DAMAGING WINDS AND LARGE HAIL. THERE WERE SEVERAL REPORTS OF DOWNED
TREES AND POWERLINES. A REPORT OF QUARTER SIZE HAIL OBSERVED IN
NEWBERRY COUNTY.

ON THE 27TH...A FEW STRONG TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS THE PEE
DEE REGION AND SOUTHERN MIDLANDS PRODUCED DAMAGING WINDS. THERE WERE
SEVERAL REPORTS OF TREE AND POWERLINES DOWN IN
CHESTERFIELD...BARNWELL AND BAMBERG COUNTIES.


THERE WAS ALSO SOME MINOR RIVER FLOODING THAT OCCURRED DURING THE
MONTH OF JUNE. HERE ARE THE RIVERS...WHEN THEY CRESTED AND THE
HEIGHT OF THE CREST.

JUNE 9TH...THE PEE DEE RIVER AT CHERAW CRESTED AT 35.39 FEET. FLOOD
STAGE IS 30.0 FEET.

JUNE 11TH...THE NORTH FORK OF THE EDISTO RIVER AT ORANGEBURG CRESTED
AT 8.16 FEET. FLOOD STAGE IS 8.0 FEET. ALTHOUGH THE FLOODING WAS
MINOR...FLOODING PORTIONS OF THE EDISTO GARDENS RIVERWALK AND SOME
ROADS DOWNSTREAM...IT WAS THE FIRST TIME THE RIVER HAD GONE ABOVE
FLOOD STAGE IN OVER 10 YEARS.

JUNE 12TH...THE CONGAREE RIVER AT CAROLINA EASTMAN CRESTED AT 115.0
FEET. FLOOD STAGE IS 115.0 FEET.

JUNE 13TH...THE CONGAREE RIVER AT GADSDEN CRESTED AT 15.12 FEET.
FLOOD STAGE IS 15.0 FEET.



BELOW ARE THE HIGHEST RECORDED WIND GUSTS DURING THE MONTH:

COLUMBIA HAMILTON-OWENS AIRPORT (CUB)...41 MPH ON THE 18TH
AUGUSTA REGIONAL BUSH FIELD (AGS).......40 MPH ON THE 28TH
AUGUSTA DANIEL FIELD (DNL)..............40 MPH ON THE 25TH
COLUMBIA METRO AIRPORT (CAE)............39 MPH ON THE 18TH
ORANGEBURG COUNTY AIRPORT (OGB).........32 MPH ON THE 17TH


RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN DURING THE MONTH AT COLUMBIA:
NONE...

RECORDS TIED OR BROKEN DURING THE MONTH AT AUGUSTA:
WETTEST JUNE ON RECORD AS 10.83 INCHES OF RAIN FELL. PREVIOUS RECORD
WAS 10.59 INCHES OF RAIN IN 2004.


.YEAR TO DATE MONTHLY TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION STATISTICS...

COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2012 MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES
AND DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP   AVG TEMP   NORM  DEPARTURE
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
JUL       95.8/+3.1      74.2/+2.6      85.0      82.2    +2.8
AUG       89.5/-1.2      71.3/+0.3      80.4      80.8    -0.4
SEP       85.9/+0.7      65.1/+0.9      75.5      74.7    +0.8
OCT       76.6/+0.5      53.4/+1.3      65.0      64.1    +0.9
NOV       65.5/-1.8      42.3/-3.9      52.0      54.8    -2.8
DEC       63.2/+5.0      41.9/+6.6      52.5      46.7    +5.8

2012 AVERAGE TEMPERATURE                66.5      63.9    +2.4

JAN 2013  64.0/+8.0      41.1/+7.4      52.5      44.8    +7.7
FEB       59.2/-1.1      36.2/-0.6      47.7      48.5    -0.8
MAR       63.5/-4.7      38.5/-4.5      51.0      55.6    -4.6
APR       76.7/+0.4      53.4/+3.0      65.0      63.4    +1.6
MAY       81.4/-2.4      59.2/-0.3      70.3      71.7    -1.4
JUN       88.1/-1.9      70.1/+1.9      79.1      79.1     0.0

AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2012 MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURES AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL...

          AVG HIGH/DEP   AVG LOW/DEP  AVG TEMP    NORM  DEPARTURE
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
JUL       96.0/+2.6      71.5/+1.7     83.7       81.6    +2.1
AUG       88.6/-3.2      69.0/-0.3     78.8       80.5    -1.7
SEP       85.4/-1.3      62.2/-0.4     73.8       74.9    -0.8
OCT       77.4/-0.3      52.0/+1.0     64.7       64.4    +0.3
NOV       65.7/-3.4      41.4/-5.3     50.9       55.2    -4.3
DEC       62.7/+2.7      39.3/+4.8     51.0       47.2    +3.8

2012 AVERAGE TEMPERATURE               65.2       63.9    +1.3

JAN 2013 65.4/+7.5       39.4/+6.6     52.4       45.4    +7.0
FEB      59.8/-2.5       35.5/-0.4     47.6       49.1    -1.5
MAR      63.8/-6.1       37.9/-4.1     50.8       55.9    -5.1
APR      76.2/-1.1       48.5/+0.4     62.4       62.7    -0.3
MAY      81.0/-4.0       55.8/-1.5     68.4       71.1    -2.7
JUN      88.2/-2.8       67.4/+1.2     77.8       78.6    -0.8


COLUMBIA SC METROPOLITAN AIRPORT 2012 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL  DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2012       1.76     3.58    -1.82
FEB            2.46     3.61    -1.15
MAR            2.21     3.73    -1.52
APR            2.28     2.62    -0.34
MAY            4.71     2.97    +1.74
JUN            4.18     4.69    -0.51
JUL            6.96     5.46    +1.50
AUG            9.81     5.26    +4.55
SEP            1.84     3.54    -1.70
OCT            1.42     3.17    -1.75
NOV            1.62     2.74    -1.12
DEC            3.51     3.22    +0.29

2012 TOTAL    42.76    44.59    -1.83

JAN 2013       1.21     3.58    -2.37
FEB            5.51     3.61    +1.90
MAR            3.65     3.73    -0.08
APR            4.63     2.62    +2.01
MAY            3.62     2.97    +0.65
JUN            6.17     4.69    +1.48


AUGUSTA GA BUSH FIELD 2012 MONTHLY PRECIPITATION...

               TOTAL   NORMAL   DEPARTURE
              (INCHES)
JAN 2012       1.40     3.91     -2.51
FEB            1.12     3.92     -2.80
MAR            2.28     4.18     -1.90
APR            1.45     2.84     -1.39
MAY            4.56     2.65     +1.91
JUN            2.48     4.72     -2.24
JUL            1.54     4.33     -2.79
AUG           12.28     4.32     +7.96
SEP            1.84     3.22     -1.38
OCT            1.36     3.27     -1.91
NOV            1.10     2.82     -1.72
DEC            4.67     3.39     +1.28

2012 TOTAL    36.08    43.57     -7.49

JAN 2013       0.60     3.91     -3.31
FEB            9.40     3.92     +5.48
MAR            3.11     4.18     -1.07
APR            4.23     2.84     +1.39
MAY            2.26     2.65     -0.39
JUN           10.83     4.72     +6.11


THE OUTLOOK FOR JULY...

THE FORECAST CALLS FOR EQUAL CHANCES OF ABOVE...BELOW OR NORMAL
TEMPERATURES FOR JULY. THIS MEANS THERE IS NO CLEAR CLIMATE SIGNAL
THAT TEMPERATURES WILL BE ABOVE...BELOW OR NEAR NORMAL. THERE IS A
40 PERCENT CHANCE OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR JULY. THIS MEANS
THAT THERE IS A CLIMATE SIGNAL...SUCH AS THE PERSISTENT ABOVE NORMAL
RECENT RAINFALL...THAT PRECIPITATION MAY BE ABOVE NORMAL.


.NOTE...
MUCH APPRECIATION GOES OUT TO OUR NWS COOPERATIVE WEATHER
OBSERVERS...COCORAHS (COMMUNITY...COLLABORATIVE...RAIN...HAIL AND
SNOW NETWORK) OBSERVERS...SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTER...SOUTH
CAROLINA STATE CLIMATE OFFICE AND LOCAL WEATHER PARTNERS FOR THE
DATA THEY PROVIDE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. THEIR HARD WORK AND
DEDICATION IS INVALUABLE. BECOME A COCORAHS OBSERVER TODAY AND SIGN
UP AT WWW.COCORAHS.ORG

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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