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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE NATE...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
240 PM CDT TUE OCT 24 2017

NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY....AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES
AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE.

THIS REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS OCCURRING WHEN WATCHES AND/OR WARNINGS
WERE IN EFFECT...OR WHEN SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH NATE
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BALDWIN...BUTLER...CHOCTAW...CLARKE...CONECUH...
COVINGTON...CRENSHAW...ESCAMBIA AL...ESCAMBIA FL...GEORGE...
GREENE...MOBILE...MONROE...OKALOOSA...PERRY...SANTA ROSA...STONE...
WASHINGTON...WAYNE...WILCOX

OCT 20...UPDATED FOR...COUNTY IMPACTS AND ADDITIONAL WIND
AND TORNADO INFORMATION.

OCT 24...UPDATED FOR...ADDITIONAL COUNTY IMPACTS.

A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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KMOB-MOBILE REGIONAL
30.67 -88.24    996.0 08/0756   160/040  08/0711   140/057 08/0711

KBFM-MOBILE BROOKLEY
30.64 -88.07    998.0 08/0753   150/031  08/0611   190/047 08/0748

KPNS-PENSACOLA REGIONAL
30.47 -87.20   1001.5 08/0853   160/033  08/0605   160/046 08/0501

KDTS-DESTIN
30.40 -86.47   1003.7 08/0853   180/027  08/1031   190/050 08/1031

KCEW-CRESTVIEW
30.79 -86.52   1003.6 08/0753   200/022  08/1353   220/036 08/0727

KGZH-EVERGREEN
31.41 -87.04   1001.3 08/0753   190/023  08/1335   190/031 08/1153

KPRN-GREENVILLE
31.84 -86.61   1001.9 08/0856   110/024  08/0856   160/034 08/1112

KJKA-GULF SHORES
30.29 -87.67   1001.0 08/0815   140/024  08/0335   160/039 08/0455

KNPA-PENSACOLA NAS
30.36 -87.32   1001.6 08/0856   150/035  08/0422   140/046 08/0422

KCQF-FAIRHOPE
30.46 -87.88    999.9 08/0755   160/023  08/0615   150/036 08/0415

KHRT-HURLBURT FIELD
30.43 -86.69   1002.8 08/0940   160/034  08/0747   190/045 08/1201

KVPS-EGLIN AFB
30.48 -86.53   1003.9 08/0855   170/029  08/0955   170/042 08/0955

REMARKS:


NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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XBUC-BUCCANEER YACHT CLUB (WEATHERFLOW)
30.58 -88.07    997.5 08/0742   150/038  08/0647   150/049 08/0657
                                 10/

XGLF-FOLEY (WEATHERFLOW)
30.36 -87.65                    160/025  08/0455   170/041 08/0500
                                 10/

XGBZ-GULF BREEZE (WEATHERFLOW)
30.36 -87.16    999.8 08/0813   120/024  08/0418   120/039 08/0418
                                 15/

FAIRHOPE (USA CHILI)
30.54 -87.90                    175/033  08/0702   195/038 08/0804
                                 10/

DOG RIVER (USA CHILI)
30.56 -88.10                    999/034  08/0633   999/040 08/0748
                                 10/

LOXLEY (USA CHILI)
30.64 -87.70                    130/037  08/0616   115/044 08/0330
                                 10/

ATMORE (USA CHILI)
31.02 -87.40                    135/029  08/0703   150/036 08/0704
                                 10/

ELBERTA (USA CHILI)
30.41 -87.60                    125/028  08/0310   115/037 08/0305
                                 10/

REMARKS:



B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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DPIA1-DAUPHIN ISLAND AL
30.25  -88.08   998.7 08/0600   140/037  08/0400   160/050 08/0526
                                   14/10

42012--12NM SOUTH ORANGE BEACH AL
30.06  -87.55  1000.7 08/0650   150/039  08/0421   160/047 08/0421
                                   05/01

MLBA1-MIDDLE BAY LIGHT
30.43  -88.01   999.7 08/0812   200/047  08/0826
                                   14/01

CRTA1-CEDAR POINT
30.30  -88.14   996.3 08/0617   160/044  08/0540
                                   12/01

KATA1-KATRINA CUT
30.25  -88.21   996.6 08/0520   180/047  08/0521


MHPA1-MEAHER PARK
30.67  -87.94   997.6 08/0715   180/040  08/0826


XMLP-PERDIDO BAY (WEATHERFLOW)
30.27  -87.56  1000.0 08/0752   140/030  08/0607   140/042 08/0612
                                   05/

XFPL-PENSACOLA BAY (WEATHERFLOW)
30.36  -87.21  1001.5 08/0807   070/035  08/0432   070/049 08/0432
                                   05/

XFWB-CHOCTAWHATCHEE BAY (WEATHERFLOW)
30.40  -86.56                   140/034  08/0728   160/045 08/0758
                                   07/

REMARKS:



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC OCT 07 UNTIL 1200 UTC OCT 08
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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7.2 ENE GULF BREEZE          SANTA ROSA          FL-SR-19      9.93
30.39  -87.08

1.9 SE CRESTVIEW             OKALOOSA            FL-OK-23      8.15
30.74  -86.55

4.5 SE FOLEY                 BALDWIN             AL-BW-74      7.71
30.35  -87.63

4.3 WNW TILLMANS CORNER      BALDWIN             AL-MB-1       7.37
30.61  -88.24

10.2 WSW MOBILE              MOBILE              AL-MB-60      7.20
30.44  -88.71

2.1 NE ORANGE BEACH          BALDWIN             AL-BW-27      7.06
30.32  -87.55

3.1 SSW ELBERTA              BALDWIN             AL-BW-53      6.96
30.37  -87.61

2.3 NE PENSACOLA             ESCAMBIA            FL-ES-37      6.80
30.44  -87.17

6.2 E NAVARRE                SANTA ROSA          FL-SR-21      6.75
30.40  -86.76

7.4 W MOBILE                 MOBILE              AL-MB-35      6.63
30.65  -89.07

SILVERHILL                   BALDWIN             AL-BW-65      6.52
30.54  -87.75

FAIRHOPE                     BALDWIN             AL-BW-82      6.32
30.52  -87.90

2.6 WNW MOBILE               MOBILE              AL-MB-4       6.30
30.72  -88.23

MARY ESTHER                  OKALOOSA            FL-OK-29      6.17
30.42  -86.64

3.8 ENE PENSACOLA BEACH      ESCAMBIA            FL-ES-49      5.94
30.35  -87.08

4.2 NE DAPHNE                BALDWIN             AL-BW-36      5.81
30.64  -87.85

GASQUE                       BALDWIN             BONA1         5.70
30.25  -87.81

LOXLEY                       BALDWIN             AL-BW-26      5.34
30.61  -87.75

DOWNTOWN MOBILE AIRPORT      MOBILE              KBFM          4.91
30.69  -88.04

5.6 NE EGLIN AFB             OKALOOSA            FL-OK-2       4.89
30.51  -86.48

1.2 NE SPANISH FORT          BALDWIN             AL-BW-58      4.73
30.68  -87.86

6.8 NNW SARALAND             MOBILE              AL-MB-14      4.72
30.91  -88.12

4.3 WSW JACKSON              WASHINGTON          AL-WS-1       4.70
31.48  -87.96

2.4 N PACE                   SANTA ROSA          FL-SR-4       4.64
30.63  -87.16

2.1 SE NICEVILLE             OKALOOSA            FL-OK-37      4.53
30.47  -86.44

13 SE LUCEDALE               GEORGE              MS-GG-2       4.50
30.79  -88.44

MOBILE AIRPORT               MOBILE              KMOB          4.36
30.68  -88.24

5.40 WNW WAYNESBORO          WAYNE               MS-WY-2       4.19
31.70  -88.73

5.6 NW MILTON                SANTA ROSA          FL-SR-18      4.05
30.67  -87.09

3.6 WSW PINE HILL            WILCOX              AL-WX-1       4.02
31.96  -87.64

8 W URIAH                    MONROE              AL-MN-3       3.84
31.30  -87.64

10.9 N BAY MINETTE           BALDWIN             AL-BW-59      3.83
31.03  -87.77

6 SW GROVE HILL              CLARKE              AL-CK-3       3.72
31.64  -87.85

2.5 NNW GONZALEZ             ESCAMBIA            FL-ES-4       3.40
30.60  -87.31

PENSACOLA AIRPORT            ESCAMBIA            KPNS          3.28
30.42  -87.19

12.1 W CENTURY               ESCAMBIA            FL-ES-39      3.04
30.97  -87.47

DESTIN                       OKALOOSA            KDTS          2.90
30.40  -86.50

2.5 ESE EXCEL                MONROE              AL-MN-4       2.60
31.41  -87.31

ANDALUSIA                    COVINGTON           K79J          2.56
31.30  -86.48

1 NNE CAMDEN                 WILCOX              AL-WX-2       2.56
32.00  -87.28

5.7 S REPTON                 CONECUH             AL-CC-2       2.30
31.32  -87.24

2.40 N POLLARD               ESCAMBIA            AL-ES-1       2.27
31.05  -87.17

EVERGREEN                    CONECUH             KGZH          2.14
31.43  -86.96

60 N TOXEY                   CHOCTAW             AL-CW-1       2.03
32.78  -88.31

1.7 NE PERKINSTON            STONE               MS-ST-4       1.92
30.79  -89.12

REMARKS:



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G
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COUNTY           CITY/TOWN        SURGE   TIDE   DATE/   BEACH
                 OR LOCATION      (FT)    (FT)   TIME    EROSION
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MOBILE         G BAYOU LA BATRE    4.61   5.85  08/0742

MOBILE         G W FOWL RIVER BR   4.12   5.56  08/0806

MOBILE         G CHICKASAW CREEK   4.62   4.91  08/0954

MOBILE         G MOBILE ST DOCKS   5.14   5.12  08/0848

MOBILE         G USCG SECTOR MOB   5.36   5.73  08/0842

MOBILE         G E FOWL RIVER BR   3.74   3.91  08/0624

MOBILE         G DOG RIVER BRIDG   4.04   4.59  08/0754

MOBILE         G DAUPHIN ISLAND    3.09   3.26  08/0442    MAJOR

BALDWIN        G WEEKS BAY         4.61   4.44  08/0842

ESCAMBIA       G PENSACOLA BAY     3.22   3.07  08/0736


REMARKS: STORM TIDE READINGS ARE IN REFERENCE TO MEAN HIGHER HIGH
WATER (MHHW) WHICH IS USED AS AN APPROXIMATION FOR INUNDATION ABOVE
NORMALLY DRY GROUND..



F. TORNADOES...
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL                          TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
DESCRIPTION
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2 SE WAYNESBORO              WAYNE            08/0228          0
31.65  -88.62

A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO INITIALLY TOUCHED DOWN ON JO LAND DRIVE, MOVED
WEST NORTHWEST, AND LIFTED JUST NORTH OF COUNTY FARM ROAD AND OLD
HIGHWAY 145. THREE HOMES EXPERIENCED ROOF DAMAGE. SOME TREES WERE
ALSO UPROOTED.

11 NE GREENVILLE             BUTLER           07/2326          0
31.94  -86.48

A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN FAR NORTHEAST BUTLER COUNTY ON
COUNTY ROAD 75. THE TORNADO MOVED NORTHWEST AND LIFTED JUST EAST OF
HIGHWAY 31. THE TORNADO PRODUCED SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE ALONG ITS
PATH ALONG WITH MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO ONE HOME AND MINOR SIDING DAMAGE
TO ANOTHER HOME.

2 ENE MOBILE AIRPORT         MOBILE           07/2147          0
30.68  -88.21

A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ON PORTSIDE COURT AND TRAVELED
NORTHWEST, LIFTING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF AIRPORT BLVD AND BORDER
CIRCLE WEST. THE TORNADO DOWNED SEVERAL LARGE OAK TREE LIMBS. A
LARGE BILLBOARD WAS DOWNED AND TWISTED NEAR AIRPORT BLVD. A SMALL
PROFESSIONAL BUILDING EXPERIENCED SHINGLE DAMAGE, DAMAGE TO THE
FACADE, AND BROKEN WINDOWS. JUST NORTH OF AIRPORT BLVD, WINDOWS WERE
BLOWN OUT OF VEHICLES AT A CAR DEALERSHIP. THE DEALERSHIP ALSO
SUFFERED SOME WINDOW DAMAGE.

1 W ORANGE BEACH             BALDWIN          07/2334          0
30.30  -87.60

BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN WATERFRONT PARK. APPROXIMATELY 20
TREES WERE DOWNED ACROSS A 200 YARD WIDE PATH IN THE PARK.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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MOBILE               0                 0

PEAK SURGE INUNDATION WAS GENERALLY 4 TO 6 FEET ACROSS MOBILE
COUNTY. HOWEVER, SURVEYS OF THE BAYOU LA BATRE AND CODEN AREAS
INDICATE PEAK SURGE OF 6 TO 8 FEET ALONG THE IMMEDIATE COASTAL AREAS
OF SHELL BELT ROAD AND CODEN BELT ROAD. SEVERAL HOMES IN THIS AREA
AND A FEW IN THE DOG RIVER AREA EXPERIENCED 2 TO 3 FEET OF FLOODING
INSIDE THE STRUCTURES. THE WEST END OF DAUPHIN ISLAND WAS
PARTICULARLY HARD HIT WITH 6 FEET OF SAND DEPOSITED ON A 3 MILE
STRETCH OF BIENVILLE BLVD. APPROXIMATELY 25 HOMES EXPERIENCED SURGE
FLOODING ON THE WEST END OF DAUPHIN ISLAND WITH SEVERAL OTHER HOMES
EXPERIENCING MINOR DAMAGE FROM WIND OR THE SURGE. NUMEROUS PIERS
WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. WATER STREET IN DOWNTOWN MOBILE WAS
FLOODED AT THE PEAK OF THE EVENT. SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES AND DOWNED
TREES WERE REPORTED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY WITH A GREATER COVERAGE
OCCURRING ON DAUPHIN ISLAND. WIND DAMAGE OCCURRED AT A FACTORY IN
CALVERT. A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN WEST MOBILE.

BALDWIN              2                 0

3 TO 6 FEET OF STORM SURGE INUNDATION OCCURRED ACROSS COASTAL AREAS
OF BALDWIN COUNTY, WITH THE HIGHEST VALUES ALONG THE IMMEDIATE
EASTERN SHORE OF MOBILE BAY AND NORTH INTO THE MOBILE RIVER DELTA.
THE US HIGHWAY 90 CAUSEWAY WAS CLOSED DUE TO SIGNIFICANT FLOODING.
THE SURGE MOSTLY RESULTED IN THE DAMAGE OF JUST UNDER 200 PIERS, 62
OF WHICH WERE MAJORLY DAMAGED AND 2 THAT WERE COMPLETELY DESTROYED.
22 HOMES AND 2 MOBILE HOMES EXPERIENCED MINOR DAMAGE FROM EITHER
STRONG WIND GUSTS OR SURGE. MODERATE TO MAJOR BEACH EROSION OCCURRED
IN GULF SHORES AND ORANGE BEACH. SCATTERED DOWNED TREES AND POWER
OUTAGES WERE REPORTED. A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO IN FAR ORANGE BEACH
PRODUCED MINOR TREE DAMAGE AT WATERFRONT PARK.

ESCAMBIA FL          0                 0

TIDE GAUGE INFORMATION FROM PENSACOLA BAY INDICATE PEAK INUNDATION
OF AROUND 3 FEET OCCURRED ALONG IMMEDIATE COASTAL AREAS OF THE
PENSACOLA BAY SYSTEM. DATA FROM USGS INDICATES THAT A PEAK OF 3 TO 5
FEET INUNDATION LIKELY OCCURRED AT THE IMMEDIATE SHORE OF THE
BARRIER ISLANDS. THE GREATEST IMPACT WAS TO THE FORT PICKENS AREA
WHERE PART OF THE FORT PICKENS ROADWAY WAS DAMAGED. THE ROAD HAD 3
FEET OF SAND COVERING IT WITH 4 FEET OF SAND DEPOSITED ON SOME OF
THE PARKING LOTS. IN ADDITION, A PORTION OF HIGHWAY 399 BETWEEN
NAVARRE BEACH AND PENSACOLA BEACH WAS DAMAGED AND WILL LIKELY BE
CLOSED THROUGH EARLY DECEMBER.

SANTA ROSA           0                 0

PEAK SURGE INUNDATION OF UP TO 3 FEET LIKELY IMPACTED AREAS ALONG
THE COAST OF ESCAMBIA AND EAST BAYS. PEAK SURGE OF 3 TO 5 FEET
IMPACTED AREAS ALONG THE IMMEDIATE SHORE OF SANTA ROSA ISLAND AS
WELL AS ALONG THE SHORELINE OF SANTA ROSA SOUND. NUMEROUS PIERS
WERE DAMAGED.

OKALOOSA             0                 0

PEAK SURGE OF AROUND 3 FEET WAS REPORTED BASED OFF OF USGS DATA.
NO SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS REPORTED. A FEW ROADS WERE IMPASSABLE
DUE TO FLASH FLOODING.

GEORGE               0                 0

NUMEROUS TREES WERE DOWNED THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY. SEVERAL HOMES
REPORTED MINOR ROOF AND SHINGLE DAMAGE. ONE MOBILE HOME WAS
DESTROYED DUE A TREE FALLING ON IT. A TOTAL OF 7,000 POWER OUTAGES
WERE REPORTED.

GREENE               0                 0

SCATTERED DOWNED TREES AND POWER OUTAGES REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY.

WAYNE                0                 0

SCATTERED DOWNED TREES AND POWER OUTAGES REPORTED. AN EF-0 TORNADO
PRODUCED ROOF DAMAGE TO A FEW BUILDINGS SOUTHEAST OF WAYNESBORO.

WASHINGTON           0                 0

NUMEROUS DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY.
THREE HOMES WERE DAMAGED BY TREES. ESTIMATED 4500 HOMES WERE
WITHOUT POWER.

CHOCTAW              0                 0

SCATTERED DOWN TREES AND POWER OUTAGES REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY.

CLARKE               0                 0

NUMEROUS DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY.
DOWNED TREES DAMAGED ONE HOME AND TWO VEHICLES. ESTIMATED 4200 HOMES
WERE WITHOUT POWER.

BUTLER               0                 0

ONE TREE FELL ONTO A MOBILE HOME IN GREENVILLE CAUSING MAJOR DAMAGE.
A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO IN FAR NORTHEAST BUTLER COUNTY PRODUCED MINOR
DAMAGE.

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LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

JASON BEAMAN



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