CMORPH estimates of hourly (and daily) rainfall with Sally

September 16th, 2020 |

CMORPH hourly estimates of precipitation over Mississippi and surrounding states, 1300-2200 UTC 16 September 2020 (Click to enlarge)

Hurricane Sally weakened to a Tropical Storm at 1800 UTC on 16 September. Sally is a prodigious rainfall producer. CMORPH (CPC Morphing Technique) Precipitation estimates (blogged about earlier) are available at this Real Earth website. Hourly estimates from 1300 through 2200 UTC are shown above.  Many locations over southern Mississippi show hourly multi-inch accumulations for much of the day.

Daily precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 00 UTC on 17 September is shown below.  A large area of Mississippi shows values between exceeding 100-150 mm.  Click here to see a 24-h precipitation total image for the period ending 1200 UTC on 17 September (from this website) A series of daily images of 24-hour precipitation (at bottom) shows the evolution of the diagnosed precipitation from 09-16 September.

Daily CMORPH Precipitation Accumulation, valid 0000 UTC on 17 September 2020 (Click to enlarge)

Daily CMORPH estimates of precipitation, 09-16 September 2020 (Click to enlarge)

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