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Satellite movie shows Tropical Depression Bill's remnants exit US

NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

The remnants of Tropical Depression Bill soaked a large part of the U.S. from Texas to Washington, D.C. before moving into the Atlantic Ocean. NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured the movement over several days.

An animation of images captured June 20 to 22 from NOAA's GOES-East satellite was created by the NASA/NOAA GOES Project at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. The animation shows Tropical Depression Bill's remnants moving through the Ohio Valley and moving off the northeastern U.S. The animation includes visible and infrared imagery taken from the GOES-East satellite.

The National Weather Service Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland provided the following list of total rainfall in selected cities as of 2 a.m. EDT on Sunday, June 21.

...ARKANSAS...

4.42 ROGERS 2.1 SE

4.27 BENTONVILLE

4.03 FAYETTEVILLE/SPRINGDALE

...WASHINGTON DC...

2.37 WASHINGTON/NATIONAL ARPT

...ILLINOIS...

5.14 COOKS MILL

5.01 SCOTT AFB/BELLEVILLE

4.89 SULLIVAN 3 S

4.83 CARBONDALE/MURPHYSBORO

...INDIANA...

6.72 GRISSOM AFB/PERU

5.27 EVANSVILLE RGNL ARPT

4.96 SANDBORN

4.87 BLOOMINGTON/MONROE CO. ARPT

2.57 INDIANAPOLIS INTL ARPT

...KANSAS...

3.64 COFFEYVILLE MUNI ARPT

1.79 OLATHE/JOHNSON

...KENTUCKY...

3.54 HENDERSON CITY

2.12 FRANKFORT/CAPITAL CITY ARPT

1.90 PADUCAH/BARKLEY

1.14 LEXINGTON/BLUE GRASS FIELD

...LOUISIANA...

4.79 SHREVEPORT RGNL ARPT

3.84 BOSSIER CITY 6.7 NNW

...MARYLAND...

2.50 CHELTENHAM 1 NNE

2.14 SALISBURY RGNL ARPT

1.92 BALTIMORE/WASH INTL ARPT

1.81 ANDREWS AFB/CAMP SPRINGS

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