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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM CINDY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
1230 PM CDT FRI JUN 30 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 CINDY
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

LOUISIANA PARISHES INCLUDED...ASSUMPTION...TERREBONNE...LAFOURCHE...
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST...ST. CHARLES...TANGIPAHOA...JEFFERSON...
PLAQUEMINES...ORLEANS...ST. TAMMANY...ST. BERNARD

MISSISSIPPI COUNTIES INCLUDED...HANCOCK...HARRISON...JACKSON

CHANGES MADE ON JUNE 26
1. SECTION A - ADDED WIND AVERAGING PERIOD FOR WEATHERFLOW SITES AND
   CORRECTED NAME OF SITE KVOA IN MARINE OBSERVATIONS.
2. SECTION C - ADDED RAINFALL TOTALS FROM ASOS SITES...OTHER OFFICIAL
   GAUGES...AND COCORAHS SITES
3. SECTION D - ADDED INLAND FLOODING INFORMATION
4. SECTION F - ADDED INFORMATION ABOUT BILOXI TORNADO
5. SECTION G - ADDED PARISH SPECIFIC IMPACTS FOR TERREBONNE PARISH
   TO DETAIL 2 INJURIES

CHANGES MADE ON JUNE 30
1. SECTION A - CORRECTED WIND DIRECTION AT ALL WEATHERFLOW STATIONS
2. SECTION B - CORRECTED WIND DIRECTION AT ALL WEATHERFLOW STATIONS
   AND ADDED PRESSURE DATA AT SELECT WEATHERFLOW STATIONS
3. SECTION E - ADDED TIDE GAUGE AT OCEAN SPRINGS. ADDED INFORMATION
   ABOUT BEACH EROSION WHERE APPLICABLE. ADDED A CLARIFYING REMARK
   REGARDING MEASUREMENTS AT NOS GAUGES.
4. SECTION G - ADDED PARISH/COUNTY SPECIFIC 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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KNEW-NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT
30.04 -90.03   1004.4 21/2231   050/038  21/0507   050/043 21/0508

KGPT-GULFPORT AIRPORT
30.40 -89.07   1007.1 21/2231   130/033  21/2026   130/043 21/2025

KBVE-BOOTHVILLE
29.33 -89.40   1005.4 20/2310   080/031  20/1932   080/042 20/1928

KMSY-NEW ORLEANS ARMSTRONG INTL AIRPORT
29.98 -90.25   1005.1 21/2329   140/027  22/0438   050/039 21/0617

KBIX-BILOXI AIR FORCE BASE
30.43 -88.92   1007.4 21/0833   120/026  21/2045   120/035 21/2050

KNBG-BELLE CHASSE NAVAL AIR STATION
29.82 -90.03   1004.9 21/2155   050/026  21/0155   040/037 21/0243

KPQL-PASCAGOULA AIRPORT
30.46 -88.53   1008.8 22/0035   090/025  21/0631   110/033 21/0630

KGAO-GALLIANO
29.44 -90.26                    040/023  21/0055   040/036 20/2355

KASD-SLIDELL AIRPORT
30.35 -89.82   1005.8 21/2251   040/019  21/0443   130/029 21/2133

REMARKS: NONE


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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XLKF-WEATHERFLOW NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT
30.04 -90.02                    060/035  21/0612   060/041 21/0612
                                10.4M/1MIN

KXPY-FOURCHON HELIPORT
29.12 -90.20                    040/030  21/0015   060/045 20/2215
                                30.0M/8MIN

XDUL-WEATHERFLOW DULAC
29.35 -90.73                    040/027  21/0254   050/040 21/0429
                                10.4M/1MIN

XBYU-WEATHERFLOW BAYOU BIENVENUE
30.00 -89.90                    100/038  21/1838   100/046 21/1838
                                27.4M/1MIN

REMARKS: NONE

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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KVOA-VIOSCA KNOLL 786
29.23  -87.78                   110/048  20/2155   100/053 20/2015
                                   160M/8MIN

LOPL1-LA OFFSHORE OIL PORT
28.89  -90.03  1002.1 20/2334   030/046  20/2234   040/057 20/2134
                                   57.9M/8MIN

KVKY-MAIN PASS 289C
29.25  -88.44                   100/046  20/2115   100/055 20/2115
                                   115M/8MIN

KIKT-MISSISSIPPI CANYON 474
28.52  -88.29                   080/046  20/1735   080/053 20/1755
                                   124M/8MIN

GRBL1-GRAND ISLE BLOCKS
29.10  -89.98  1003.4 21/0000   040/043  21/0000   040/055 21/0000
                                   10M/2MIN

KMDJ-MISSISSIPPI CANYON 311A
28.64  -89.79                   070/043  20/1855   070/052 20/1855
                                   90M/8MIN

BURL1-SOUTHWEST PASS
28.91  -89.43  1003.7 20/2200   070/041  20/1800   070/047 20/1800
                                   38M/2MIN

42364-VIOSCA KNOLL 956
29.06  -88.09  1006.8 20/2030   080/041  20/2030
                                   122M/8MIN

KDLP-WEST DELTA 27A
29.12  -89.55                   080/040  20/1900   070/047 20/2100
                                   34.7M/8MIN

SHBL1-SHELL BEACH
29.87  -89.67  1005.3 21/2224   050/040  21/0012   050/046 21/0012
                                   15.6M/2MIN

KMIS-MP 104B AWOS
29.30  -88.84                   110/038  20/2235   080/050 20/2035
                                   85M/8MIN

PTBM6-PETIT BOIS ISLAND
30.21  -88.51  1008.9 21/0600   060/038  21/0254   060/048 21/0254
                                   4.6M/2MIN

NWCL1-NEW CANAL
30.03  -90.11  1005.0 21/2224   070/038  21/0500   070/045 21/0500
                                   9.9M/2MIN

42365-MISSISSIPPI CANYON 809
28.20  -89.12                   170/037  21/0030
                                   122M/8MIN

XEBT-WEATHERFLOW EAST BAY TOWER
29.06  -89.30                   070/036  20/2132   070/048 20/2127
                                   15.2M/

WYCM6-BAY WAVELAND YACHT CLUB
30.33  -89.33  1006.6 21/2300   140/036  21/2018   140/046 21/2018
                                   9.9M/2MIN

42040-LUKE OFFSHORE TEST PLATFORM
29.21  -88.23  1006.8 20/2300   080/035  20/2040   080/045 20/2340
                                   4M/8MIN

GISL1-GRAND ISLE C-MAN
29.27  -89.96  1004.6 21/0912   060/034  20/2342   050/043 21/0000
                                   6.6M/2MIN

PILL1-PILOTTOWN
29.18  -89.26  1005.0 20/2254   190/034  22/1324   180/042 22/1330
                                   9.5M/2MIN

XSHI-WEATHERFLOW SHIP ISLAND
30.23  -88.98  1005.2 21/0829   040/034  21/0239   040/042 21/0239
                                   11.0M/1MIN

XPTN-WEATHERFLOW LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN CAUSEWAY
30.20  -90.12  1004.1 21/2203   060/034  21/0618   060/044  21/0518
                                   12.5M/1MIN

42067-USM BUOY USM3M01
30.04  -88.65  1008.1 21/0840   090/033  20/2340   090/037 20/2340
                                   4M/8MIN

FREL1-FRENIER
30.11  -90.42  1004.0 21/2224   060/032  21/0536   060/039 21/0536
                                   10M/2MIN

DKCM6-DOCK C, PORT OF PASCAGOULA
30.36  -88.57  1008.4 21/2330   130/027  21/2124   140/037 21/2300
                                   8.4M/2MIN

REMARKS: NONE


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC JUN 19 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUN 23
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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ASOS OBSERVATIONS
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GULFPORT AIRPORT             HARRISON            KGPT          8.01
30.40  -89.07

KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE       HARRISON            KBIX          7.98
30.43  -89.92

BOOTHVILLE-VENICE            PLAQUEMINES         KBVE          4.84
29.33  -89.40

PASCAGOULA AIRPORT           JACKSON             KPQL          4.64
30.46  -88.53

NEW ORLEANS INT`L AIRPORT    JEFFERSON           KMSY          3.56
29.98  -90.25

SLIDELL AIRPORT              ST. TAMMANY         KASD          2.61
30.35  -89.82

NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT        ORLEANS             KNEW          2.50
30.04  -90.03


OTHER OFFICIAL GAUGES
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OCEAN SPRINGS COOP           JACKSON             OCSM6        11.08
30.41  -88.79

BILOXI RVR AT WORTHAM USGS   HARRISON            BLWM6         9.90
30.56  -89.12

LONG BEACH COOP              HARRISON            LNGM6         9.14
30.35  -89.16

3 NE PASCAGOULA COOP         JACKSON             PGLM6         7.90I
30.40  -88.48

SAUCIER EXP FOREST COOP      JACKSON             SCRM6         7.69
30.63  -89.05

PONCHATOULA COOP             TANGIPAHOA          PONL1         6.09
30.46  -90.45

JOURDAN RVR AT KILN USGS     HANCOCK             KLNM6         5.80
30.39  -89.44

GRAND BAY/ORANGE GROVE RAWS  JACKSON             GRBM6         5.44
30.44  -88.43

EAST PEARL NR STENNIS USGS   HANCOCK             NAPM6         5.19
30.34  -89.64

SLIDELL COOP                 ST. TAMMANY         SISL1         4.47
30.27  -89.77

RIGOLETS USCOE GAUGE         ORLEANS             RIGL1         4.41
30.16  -89.74

BOGUE FALAYA RVR COVINGTON   ST. TAMMANY         CVEL1         4.30
30.48  -90.09

MERAUX COOP                  ST. BERNARD         MERL1         4.05
29.93  -89.93

6 N COCODRIE COOP            TERREBONNE          CODL1         4.02
29.34  -90.64

3 N DULAC COOP               TERREBONNE          DLCL1         3.70
29.43  -90.70

MANDEVILLE USCOE GAUGE       ST. TAMMANY         MDVL1         2.95
30.636  -90.09

4 SE THIBODAUX COOP          LAFOURCHE           THIL1         1.78
29.75  -90.77


COCORAHS OBSERVATIONS
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OCEAN SPRINGS 3.6 ESE        JACKSON             MS-JC-12     18.74
30.38/-88.75

OCEAN SPRINGS 3.3 E          JACKSON             MS-JC-2      18.24
30.41/-88.75

OCEAN SPRINGS 3.2 SE         JACKSON             MS-JC-8      17.47
30.37/-88.77

GULFPORT 2.0 NE              HARRISON            MS-HR-13     15.28
30.41/-89.04

VANCLEAVE 9.5 WSW            JACKSON             MS-JC-23     11.34
30.50/-88.82

BILOXI 13.1 NNW              HARRISON            MS-HR-34     10.02
30.50/-89.05

PASS CHRISTIAN 5.0 N         HARRISON            MS-HR-19      9.84
30.39/-89.25

GAUTIER 4.9 N                JACKSON             MS-JC-22      9.78
30.46/-88.67

PASS CHRISTIAN 3.5 NE        HARRISON            MS-HR-10      9.64
30.36/-89.21

LONG BEACH 0.8 SSE           HARRISON            MS-HR-12      9.59
30.35/-89.16

LONG BEACH 0.7 S             HARRISON            MS-HR-27      9.15
30.35/-89.17

GULFPORT 4.3 NNW             HARRISON            MS-HR-7       8.75
30.45/-89.08

PASS CHRISTIAN 8.9 NNW       HARRISON            MS-HR-15      8.75
30.44/-89.28

KILN 3.3 N                   HANCOCK             MS-HC-9       8.70
30.47/-89.43

PASS CHRISTIAN 9.8 NNW       HARRISON            MS-HR-37      8.33
30.46/-89.24

DIAMONDHEAD 0.9 NNW          HANCOCK             MS-HC-5       8.08
30.40/-89.38

WAVELAND 1.0 NW              HANCOCK             MS-HC-18      7.15
30.30/-89.40

KILN 6.6 N                   HANCOCK             MS-HC-13      7.13
30.52/-89.43

ST. BERNARD 2.7 E            ST. BERNARD         LA-SB-2       6.52
29.87/-89.81

SLIDELL 4.4 E                ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-17      6.38
29.87/-89.70

SLIDELL 2.2 NE               ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-6       4.82
30.30/-89.75

LACOMBE 1.4 N                ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-8       4.63
30.30/-89.75

METAIRIE 1.6 ESE             JEFFERSON           LA-JF-13      4.46
29.99/-90.16

ABITA SPRINGS 1.9 NE         ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-9       4.44
30.50/-90.01

CHAUVIN 1.0 SSW              TERREBONNE          LA-TR-10      4.42
29.43/-90.60

COVINGTON 4.0 NNE            ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-11      4.41
30.32/-90.09

PONCHATOULA 1.6 NNW          TANGIPAHOA          LA-TG-11      4.29
30.46/-90.45

PONCHATOULA 0.7 SW           TANGIPAHOA          LA-TG-12      3.83
30.43/-90.42

ABITA SPRINGS 2.2 SSW        ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-7       3.82
30.45/-90.05

PONCHATOULA 4.9 E            TANGIPAHOA          LA-TG-10      3.24
30.43/-90.36

HAMMOND 2.3 WSW              TANGIPAHOA          LA-TG-1       3.18
30.44/-90.51

MADISONVILLE 3.2 NNW         ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-13      2.65
30.44/-90.19

GRAY 0.5 ENE                 TERREBONNE          LA-TR-5       2.48
29.68/-90.77

REMARKS: COCORAHS REPORTING TIMES MAY VARY BY A FEW HOURS BUT
REPRESENT THE PERIOD FROM APPROXIMATELY 12Z MONDAY JUNE 19 THROUGH
12Z FRIDAY JUNE 23.



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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LOCATION                         FLOOD      CREST     CREST    FLOOD
                                 CATEGORY   HEIGHT    DATE     STAGE

BILOXI RIVER NEAR WORTHAM        MODERATE   22.25     JUN 22   16.0
BILOXI RIVER NERR LYMAN          MODERATE   16.42     JUN 22   12.0
W HOBOLOCHITTO CREEK NR MCNEIL   MODERATE   19.57     JUN 22   15.0
E HOBOLOCHITTO CREEK NR CAESAR   MODERATE   17.99     JUN 22   15.0
PEARL RIVER AT PEARL RIVER       MODERATE   17.00F    JUN 27F  14.0
PASCAGOULA RVR NR GRAHAM FERRY   MINOR      17.78     JUN 25   16.0
ESCATAWPA RVR ABV ORANGE GROVE   MINOR       9.51     JUN 25    8.0
TCHOUTACABOUFFA NR D IBERVILLE   MINOR      12.88     JUN 22    8.0
WOLF RIVER ABOVE GULFPORT        MINOR      11.05     JUN 22    8.0
JOURDAN RIVER AT KILN            MINOR       6.29     JUN 22    6.0
BOGUE CHITTO RIVER NEAR BUSH     MINOR      11.19     JUN 25   11.0
BOGUE FALAYA RVR AT BOSTON ST    MINOR       7.38     JUN 21    6.0
PEARL RIVER AT BOGALUSA          MINOR      20.70F    JUN 27F  18.0

REMARKS: CRESTS ON THE PEARL RIVER HAVE NOT OCCURRED YET. THE
FORECAST CREST AND CREST DATE IS INCLUDED AND DENOTED WITH AN F.
THE HOBOLOCHITTO CREEK IS LOCATED IN PEARL RIVER COUNTY WHICH WAS
NOT INCLUDED IN THE TROPICAL STORM WARNING...BUT SAW SIGNIFICANT
RISES DUE TO THE HEAVY RAINFALL FROM CINDY.


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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PLAQUEMINES    G-BAY GARDENE       5.5E   6.18  21/0130  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

TERREBONNE     G-SW OF COCODRIE    4.0E   5.62  21/1045  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

PLAQUEMINES    G-BLACK BAY         4.4E   5.21  21/0200  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

ST. TAMMANY    G-BAYOU LIBERTY     3.4E   4.93  22/0245  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

ST. BERNARD    G-SHELL BEACH       6.07   4.80  21/0606  N/A
NOS GAUGE MHHW

TERREBONNE     G-SW OF DULAC       2.9E   4.58  22/1545  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

ST. TAMMANY    G-MANDEVILLE        3.4E   4.29  22/0000  N/A
USCOE GAUGE NAVD88

HANCOCK        G-BAY WAVELAND      3.28   4.06  21/0654  MODERATE
NOS GAUGE MHHW

JACKSON        G-OCEAN SPRINGS     3.2E   3.92  22/1345  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

ST. CHARLES    G-BONNET CARRE      4.37   3.91  21/0630  N/A
NOS GAUGE MHHW

ORLEANS        G-RIGOLETS          3.3E   3.67  21/2200  N/A
USCOE GAUGE NAVD88

LAFOURCHE      G-NEAR CUTOFF       2.4E   3.62  21/1915  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

LIVINGSTON     G-MAUREPAS          2.4E   3.56  22/1800  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

ORLEANS        G-NEW CANAL         3.53   3.47  22/0012  N/A
NOS GAUGE MHHW. MAX SURGE DID NOT COINCIDE WITH MAX TIDE. 3.59FT
SURGE RECORDED 21/0818.

JEFFERSON      G-LAFITTE           2.2E   3.15  22/1515  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

JACKSON        G-PASCAGOULA DK E   2.21   2.50  22/1230  N/A
NOS GAUGE MHHW. MAX SURGE DID NOT COINCIDE WITH MAX TIDE. 2.67FT
SURGE RECORDED 21/0536.

PLAQUEMINES    G-W OF PORT SULPHUR 1.0E   2.50  22/1700  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

TERREBONNE     G-GIWW AT HOUMA     1.1E   2.30  23/0015  N/A
USGS GAUGE NAVD88

ORLEANS        G-N.O. WEST END     1.5E   2.25  22/0000  N/A
USCOE GAUGE NAVD88

TANGIPAHOA     G-PONCHATOULA       1.5E   2.17  22/2200  N/A
USCOE GAUGE NAVD88

PLAQUEMINES    G-PILOTTOWN         2.04   2.14  21/0618  N/A
NOS GAUGE MHHW. MAX SURGE DID NOT COINCIDE WITH MAX TIDE. 2.94FT
SURGE RECORDED 21/0000.

JEFFERSON      G-GRAND ISLE        1.80   1.94  21/1312  MODERATE
NOS GAUGE MHHW. MAX SURGE DID NOT COINCIDE WITH MAX TIDE. 2.60FT
SURGE RECORDED 21/0054.

REMARKS: USCOE AND USGS GAUGES DO NOT HAVE PREDICTED TIDE LEVELS
THEREFORE SURGE IS ESTIMATED USING PRE-STORM BASELINE. ESTIMATED
SURGE VALUES ARE DENOTED WITH AN E. ALSO OF NOTE...NOS GAUGES ARE
REFERENCED TO MHHW. THIS RESULTS IN A MAXIMUM SURGE VALUE GREATER
THAN THE MAXIMUM TOTAL WATER LEVEL IF THE MAXIMUM SURGE OCCURRED
OUTSIDE OF ASTRONOMICAL HIGH TIDE. FOR INSTANCE...THE PEAK TOTAL
WATER LEVEL MHHW AT SHELL BEACH WAS MEASURED AT 4.80 FEET. HOWEVER
BECAUSE IT OCCURRED JUST AFTER LOW TIDE...THE PREDICTED WATER
LEVEL AT THE SAME TIME WAS -1.27 FEET SO THE SURGE WAS 6.07 FEET.


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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BILOXI                      HARRISON          21/1320      EF-0 (EST)
WATERSPOUT CAME ON SHORE AT BEAUVOIR CAUSING DAMAGE TO TREE LIMBS AND
FENCING AND BREAKING A SINGLE WINDOW. IT MOVED ALMOST DUE NORTH
CONTINUING TO CAUSE DAMAGE MAINLY TO TREES. IT DOWNED A FEW TREES AND
A POWERLINE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF RICH AVE AND POPPS FERRY RD. THE
TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHWARD CAUSING MINOR DAMAGE ALONG ITS PATH AND
LIFTED NEAR WOOLMARKET RD. INTENSITY IS ESTIMATED.


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY STATE
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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LOUISIANA
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ASSUMPTION           0                 0                      0
NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS.

JEFFERSON            0                 0                   UNKNOWN
MODERATE IMPACTS MAINLY TO THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE PARISH
OUTSIDE OF THE FEDERAL HURRICANE RISK REDUCTION SYSTEM. STORM
SURGE OF AROUND 2 FEET AFFECTED GRAND ISLE AND ALSO MOVED THROUGH
BARATARIA BAY AND LITTLE LAKE TO LAFITTE. AT GRAND ISLE...MDERATE
BEACH EROSION OCCURRED DUE TO STORM SURGE AND WAVE RUNUP. FLOODING
IN THE LAFITTE AREA WAS LIMITED TO ROADS AND LOW LYING PROPERTY.
INUNDATION DEPTH WAS GENERALLY ONE TO TWO FEET. NO HOMES OR
BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FLOODING.

LAFOURCHE            0                 0                      0
MODERATE IMPACTS TO AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE FEDERAL HURRICANE RISK
REDUCTION SYSTEM. LOW LYING ROADS IN THE LOWER PORTION OF THE
PARISH INCLUDING OLD HIGHWAY 1 THROUGH LEEVILLE AND NEAR PORT
FOURCHON WERE INUNDATED WITH UP TO TWO FEET OF WATER. NO HOMES OR
BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FLOODING.

ORLEANS
MODERATE IMPACTS TO AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE FEDREAL HURRICANE RISK
REDUCTION SYSTEM. LOW LYING ROADS INCLUDING LAKESHORE DRIVE ALONG
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN AND HIGHWAY 90 THROUGH THE VENETIAN ISLES AREA
WERE INUNDATED WITH UP TO 2 FEET OF WATER. NO HOMES OR BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED BY THE FLOODING.

PLAQUEMINES          0                 0                      0
MODERATE IMPACTS TO AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE FEDERAL HURRICANE RISK
REDUCTION SYSTEM. STORM SURGE OF TWO TO FOUR FEET WAS MEASURED ON
THE EAST SIDE OF THE PARISH. ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE PARISH...A
LOCAL LEVEE WAS OVERTOPPED NEAR MYRTLE GROVE RESULTING IN MINOR
FLOODING OF LOW LAND PROPERTY. INUNDATION WAS GENERALLY ONE TO TWO
FEET BUT NO HOMES OR BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FLOODING.

ST. BERNARD          0                 0                      0
MODERATE IMPACTS TO AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE FEDERAL HURRICANE RISK
REDUCTION SYSTEM. STORM SURGE OF FOUR TO 6 FEET WAS MEASURED IN
COASTAL PORTIONS OF THE PARISH...RESULTING IN TWO TO THREE FEET
OF INUNDATION ON SOME LOW LYING ROADWAYS AND PROPERTIES. NO HOMES
OR BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED.

ST. CHARLES          0                 0                      0
MINOR IMPACTS DUE TO STORM SURGE OUTSIDE OF THE FEDERAL HURRICANE
RISK REDUCTION SYSTEM.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST 0                 0                      0
MINOR IMPACTS DUE TO STORM SURGE. LOW LYING ROADWAYS NEAR FRENIER
INCLUDING OLD US HWY 51 WERE FLOODED WITH UP TO A FOOT OF WATER.
NO HOMES OR BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED.

ST. TAMMANY          0                 0                      0
MINOR IMPACTS DUE TO STORM SURGE AND HEAVY RAINFALL. PERSISTENT
AND STRONG ONSHORE FLOW RESULTED IN WATER RISING TO APPROXIMATELY
TWO TO THREE FEET ABOVE NORMAL FROM SLIDELL TO MADISONVILLE.
NUMEROUS ROADS BECAME IMPASSIBLE DUE TO HIGH WATER AND WATER WAS
PUSHED INTO A FEW BUSINESSES ALONG THE MANDEVILLE LAKEFRONT.
HEAVY RAIN ALSO FELL ACROSS MAINLY THE SOUTHEAST REACH OF THE
PARISH. REPORTS FROM AROUND SLIDELL INDICATE FOUR TO SIX INCHES
OF RAIN FELL DURING THE STORM...MOSTLY DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS
OF JUNE 20 INTO JUNE 21.

TANGIPAHOA           0                 0                      0
NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT.

TERREBONNE           0                 2                      0
MINOR IMPACTS DUE TO STORM SURGE. LOW LYING ROADWAYS SOUTH OF
HOUMA WERE INUNDATED WITH UP TO ONE FOOT OF WATER. STRONG
SOUTHEAST WINDS BLEW OVER A HOLLOWED OUT TREE LATE MORNING ON JUNE
22. THE TREE FELL ON A MOBILE HOME INJURING TWO CHILDREN WHO WERE
INSIDE.


MISSISSIPPI
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HANCOCK              0                 0                      0
MODERATE IMPACTS MAINLY TO THE COASTAL PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY
AROUND BAY ST. LOUIS. STORM SURGE LED TO FLOODING OF HUNDREDS OF
STREETS NEAR THE COAST...ESPECIALLY IN THE SHORELINE PARK AREA.
MAXIMUM FLOOD DEPTH WAS AROUND THREE FEET ON SOME LOW LYING ROADS.
NO HOMES OR BUSINESSES WERE FLOODED.

HARRISON             0                 0                      0
MODERATE IMPACTS MAINLY DUE TO STORM SURGE AND HEAVY RAINFALL.
STORM SURGE OF APPROXIMATELY 3 FEET LED TO BEACH EROSION ALONG
BOTH THE BARRIER ISLANDS AND THE ACTUAL COASTLINE. NEAR GULFPORT
THE BEACH WAS ERODED ALL THE WAY TO THE SEAWALL IN SOME PLACES.
THE STORM ALSO DUMPED EIGHT TO TWELVE INCHES OF RAIN ACROSS MUCH
OF THE COUNTY LEADING TO FLASH FLOODING. THE HEAVY RAIN ALSO
CAUSED THE BILOXI RIVER TO RISE ABOVE MODERATE FLOOD STAGE. ON
THE MORNING OF JUNE 21 A WATERSPOUT MOVED ON SHORE NEAR BILOXI
CAUSING MINOR DAMAGE TO TREES...POWERLINES AND ROOFS.


JACKSON              0                 0                      0
SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS MAINLY DUE TO HEAVY RAINFALL. A PERSISTENT
BAND OF HEAVY RAINFALL SET UP JUST EAST OF THE JACKSON AND
HARRISON COUNTY LINE OVERNIGHT WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY
MORNING. SEVERAL OBSERVERS IN THE OCEAN SPRINGS AREA RECORDED SIX
TO TEN INCHES OF RAIN FROM THE BAND. HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE COUNTY
AND IN THE COUNTIES JUST NORTH LED TO BOTH FLASH FLOODING AND
RIVER FLOODING. THE ESCATAWPA RIVER NEAR GRAHAM FERRY CRESTED
JUST BELOW MODERATE FLOOD STAGE...AND AT LEAST TWO PEOPLE HAD TO
BE RESCUED WHEN THEY DROVE THEIR TRUCK AROUND A BARRICADE
THROUGH A FLOODED ROADWAY. A FEW HOMES SUFFERED MINOR DAMAGE DUE
TO THE FLOODING.

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