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TROPICAL DEPRESSION ANA LOCAL STATEMENT
INTERMEDIATE ADVISORY NUMBER 11A
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC  AL012015
237 PM EDT SUN MAY 10 2015

THIS PRODUCT COVERS SOUTHEAST NORTH CAROLINA AND NORTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA

**ALL TROPICAL STORM WARNINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED**
**ANA WEAKENS TO A DEPRESSION**

NEW INFORMATION
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* CHANGES TO WATCHES AND WARNINGS:
    - ALL WATCHES AND WARNINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELED

* CURRENT WATCHES AND WARNINGS:
    - NONE

* STORM INFORMATION:
    - ABOUT 45 MILES WEST OF WILMINGTON NC OR NEAR
      NAKINA NC
    - 34.1N 78.9W
    - STORM INTENSITY 35 MPH
    - MOVING DRIFTING NORTH

SITUATION OVERVIEW
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ANA HAS WEAKEN TO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION AND IS NOW CENTERED NEAR NAKINA
NC. AS THE STORM HAS SLOWED DOWN THERE IS STILL A THREAT OF HEAVY
RAIN MAINLY EAST OF A ELIZABETHTOWN TO NORTH MYRTLE BEACH LINE. ALSO...
GUSTY WINDS ARE STILL POSSIBLE ALONG THE COAST FROM LITTLE RIVER
TO SURF CITY. 

POTENTIAL IMPACTS
-----------------

* FLOODING RAIN:
A FLOOD WATCH IS STILL IN EFFECT THROUGH 8 AM SATURDAY FOR HORRY...
BRUNSWICK...NEW HANOVER...COLUMBUS...PENDER AND BLADEN COUNTIES.
POTENTIAL IMPACTS INCLUDE:
    - FLOODING IS POSSIBLE ACROSS SOME ROADWAYS AS WELL...INCLUDING
      LOW LYING INTERSECTIONS AND OTHER POOR DRAINAGE SPOTS ALONG
      SECONDARY ROADS. DRAINAGE DITCHES MAY BECOME FULL AND SPREAD
      ONTO ROADWAYS.

LITTLE TO NO IMPACTS ARE ANTICIPATED AT THIS TIME 
ACROSS THE REMAINDER SOUTHEAST NORTH CAROLINA AND NORTHEAST SOUTH CAROLINA.

* WIND:
STRONG GUSTY WINDS ARE STILL EXPECTED THROUGH THE EVENING ALONG
THE COAST FROM LITTLE RIVER SC TO SURF CITY NORTH CAROLINA.

ELSEWHERE ACROSS SOUTHEAST NORTH CAROLINA AND NORTHEAST SOUTH 
CAROLINA, LITTLE TO NO IMPACT IS ANTICIPATED.

* OTHER COASTAL HAZARDS:
MINOR TO MODERATE BEACH EROSION CAN STILL BE EXPECTED MAINLY ALONG EAST
AND SOUTHEAST FACING BEACHES MAINLY NORTH OF LITTLE RIVER. STRONG RIP
CURRENTS...BREAKING WAVES UP TO 6 FT...AND STRONG LONGSHORE CURRENTS
WILL CREATE DANGEROUS SURF CONDITIONS.

NEXT UPDATE
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AS IT PERTAINS TO THIS EVENT...THIS WILL BE THE LAST LOCAL STATEMENT 
ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN WILMINGTON NC REGARDING THE 
EFFECTS OF TROPICAL STORM ANA.

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