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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE IRMA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MELBOURNE FL
545 PM EDT FRI SEP 29 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 IRMA
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

UPDATED (SEPT 29): ADDED PATRICK AFB TORNADO AND UPDATED COUNTY
SPECIFIC DAMAGE AND INDIRECT FATALITY INFORMATION.

UPDATED (SEPT 25): NEW INFORMATION: RAIN TOTALS FROM USGUS AND COOP
WERE ADDED, UPDATED DAMAGE TOTALS FROM BREVARD, LAKE, SEMINOLE, AND
VOLUSIA COUNTIES, AND STORM SURGE AT TRIDENT PIER.

UPDATE (SEPT 23): ADDED INFORMATION REGARDING NORTH MERRITT ISLAND
TORNADO, BREVARD COUNTY DAMAGE ESTIMATES, AND PEAK WIND GUSTS, AND
NEW RAINFALL TOTALS.

MAX WINDS UPDATED (SEPT 20): ADDED ONE ADDITIONAL MAX SUSTAINED AND
PEAK WIND.

MAX WINDS UPDATE (SEPT 19): ADDITIONAL MAX SUSTAINED AND PEAK WIND
GUSTS ADDED.

RAINFALL UPDATE (SEPT 19): ADDITIONAL RAINFALL REPORTS ADDED.

TORNADO UPDATE (SEPT 19): NINE TORNADOES CONFIRMED IN BREVARD,
VOLUSIA, AND LAKE COUNTIES...ROCKLEDGE TORNADO UPDATED TO EF-1.

PRELIMINARY REPORTS OF DAMAGE ESTIMATES FOR SOME COUNTIES HAS BEEN
ADDED.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...VOLUSIA...LAKE...SEMINOLE...ORANGE...BREVARD...
OSCEOLA...INDIAN RIVER...SAINT LUCIE...MARTIN...OKEECHOBEE

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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KDAB-DAYTONA BEACH INTL, FL
29.18 -81.05   984.8  11/0937   060/047  11/0246   050/068 11/0202

KFPR-FORT PIERCE/ST LUCIE CO INTL, FL
27.49 -80.36   987.8  11/0238   130/062  10/2306   130/077 10/2309

KLEE-LEESBURG INTL, FL
28.82 -81.80   977.0  11/0820   120/042  11/0735   120/060 11/0746

KMLB-MELBOURNE INTL, FL
28.10 -80.64   988.1  11/0532   999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999

KMCO-ORLANDO INTERNATIONAL, FL
28.42 -81.31   980.4  11/0720   110/051  11/0519   050/069 10/2244

KORL-ORLANDO EXECUTIVE, FL
28.54 -81.33   981.4  11/0804   110/049  11/0504   120/068 11/0530

KSFB-ORLANDO/SANFORD, FL
28.77 -81.24   982.1  11/0746   130/048  11/0651   130/065 11/0731

KVRB-VERO BEACH, FL
27.65 -80.41   9999.0 /         999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999

KOBE-OKEECHOBEE COUNTY AP, FL
27.26 -80.85   9999.0 /         150/040  11/0315   130/062 11/0135

KCOF-PATRICK AFB/COCOA, FL
28.23 -80.60   9999.0           999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999

KSUA-WITHAM FIELD/STUART,FL
27.18 -80.22   9999.0 /         999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999

KTIX-SPACE COAST REGIONAL/TITUSVILLE, FL
28.51 -80.79   9999.0 /         999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999

KISM-KISSIMMEE GATEWAY AP
28.29 -81.43   990.4  11/0051   060/038  10/2349   080/058 11/0009

KXMR-CAPE CANAVERAL AFS SKID STRIP
28.46 -80.56   990.1  11/0441   110/051  11/0207   100/070 11/0214

KDED-DELAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT
29.06 -81.28   9999.0 /         070/035  11/0215   070/055 11/0315

KTTS-SHUTTLE LANDING FACILITY
28.61 -80.69   9999.0 /         999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999

REMARKS: DATA FROM THE MELBOURNE (KMLB) ASOS, VERO BEACH (KVRB) ASOS,
SPACE COAST REGIONAL AIRPORT (KTIX), PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE (KCOF),
WITHAM FIELD AIRPORT IN STUART (KSUA), AND THE SHUTTLE LANDING
FACILITY (KTTS) WERE UNAVAILABLE.


NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...US AIR FORCE WIND TOWERS...
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NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN FEET 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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KSC0001 - USAF TOWER 1
28.43 -80.57                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   108/045  11/0220
                                12 FEET
KSC0003 - USAF TOWER 3
28.46 -80.53                    102/049  11/0202   MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM
                                12 FEET
KSC BALLOON LAUNCH FACILITY
28.47 -80.56                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/102  MM/MMMM
                                30 FEET
KSC0001 - USAF TOWER 1
28.43 -80.57                    090/068  11/0220   100/082  11/0220
                                54 FEET
KSC0003 - USAF TOWER 3
28.46 -80.53                    110/058  11/0205   100/074  11/0205
                                54 FEET
KSC0019 - USAF TOWER 19
28.74 -80.70                    130/054  11/0315   130/070  11/0315
                                54 FEET
KSC0108 - USAF TOWER 108
28.54 -80.57                    090/049  11/0205   110/081  11/0205
                                54 FEET
KSC0211 - USAF TOWER 211
28.61 -80.62                    110/040  11/0220   090/073  11/0235
                                54 FEET
KSC0300 - USAF TOWER 300
28.40 -80.65                    140/056  11/0230   100/079  11/0135
                                54 FEET
KSC0303 - USAF TOWER 303
28.46 -80.57                    100/039  11/0220   110/071  11/0220
                                54 FEET
KSC0311 - USAF TOWER 311
28.60 -80.57                    100/048  11/0220   080/072  11/0210
                                54 FEET
KSC0403 - USAF TOWER 403
28.46 -80.59                    100/044  11/0220   090/072  11/0150
                                54 FEET
KSC0412 - USAF TOWER 412
28.61 -80.67                    103/039  11/0219   099/065  11/0218
                                12 FEET
KSC0412 - USAF TOWER 412
28.61 -80.67                    092/056  11/0219   092/076  11/0218
                                54 FEET
KSC0415 - USAF TOWER 415
28.66 -80.70                    090/037  11/0220   090/064  11/0215
                                54 FEET
KSC0418 - USAF TOWER 418
28.71 -80.73                    130/042  11/0145   160/069  11/0455
                                54 FEET
KSC0506 - USAF TOWER 506
28.52 -80.64                    080/042  11/0130   100/072  11/0230
                                54 FEET
KSC0509 - USAF TOWER 509
28.57 -80.66                    100/037  11/0220   100/065  11/0230
                                54 FEET
KSC1102 - USAF TOWER 1102
28.57 -80.59                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   103/092  11/0210
                                162 FEET
KSC0021 - USAF TOWER 21
28.44 -80.56                    106/073  11/0218   MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM
                                204 FEET
KSC1102 - USAF TOWER 1102
28.57 -80.59                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   087/092  11/0210
                                204 FEET
KSC0397 - USAF TOWER 397
28.63 -80.62                    076/081  11/0015   077/094  11/0015
                                259 FEET
KSC0397 - USAF TOWER 397
28.63 -80.62                    111/090  11/0239   104/101  11/0239
                                458 FEET

REMARKS: UNITED STATES AIR FORCE (USAF) HAVE A 1-MINUTE AVERAGING
PERIOD FOR SUSTAINED WINDS.

NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...OTHER STATIONS...
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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KFLDAYTO14 - WEATHERSTEM DAYTONA BEACH (EMBRY RIDDLE)
29.19 -81.05                    140/061  11/0324   100/070  11/0205

EW9392 - DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY TOWER ROOF (175 FEET)
29.19 -81.07                    045/039  11/0315   030/068  11/0315

EW5900 - DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY INFIELD (30 FEET)
29.18 -81.07                    023/036  11/0331   110/068  11/0301

XNSB - WEATHERFLOW NEW SMYRNA BEACH
29.04 -80.90                    090/053  11/0309   090/071  11/0324

XCCB - WEATHERFLOW MERRITT ISLAND (BANANA RIVER AT SR520)
28.36 -80.65                    080/049  11/0107   080/063  11/0037

XPAR - WEATHERFLOW TITUSVILLE (PARRISH PARK NORTH)
28.63 -80.81                    110/049  11/0220   110/065  11/0215

XJEN - WEATHERFLOW JENSEN BEACH
27.22 -80.20                    140/048  10/2345   140/061  10/2345

XDAI - WEATHERFLOW MELBOURNE (DAIRY ROAD)
28.04 -80.64                    120/037  11/0232   130/066  11/0417

XMER - WEATHERFLOW MERRITT ISLAND (BANANA RIVER AT SR528)
28.40 -80.66                    100/051  11/0120   120/082  11/0140

XSTL - WEATHERFLOW ST. LUCIE (ST. LUCIE POWER PLANT)
27.35 -80.24                    130/062  10/2304   130/087  11/2304

XCOA - WEATHERFLOW COCOA BEACH CLUB
28.31 -80.63                    080/047  11/0022   080/072  11/0102

XVER - WEATHERFLOW VERO BEACH (CITY HALL)
27.63 -80.39                    140/032  11/0219   140/054  11/0219

XAQU - WEATHERFLOW MELBOURNE BEACH (AQUARINA R&D LAB)
27.94 -80.49                    090/048  10/2302   100/065  10/2327

XHOB - WEATHERFLOW HOBE SOUND
27.05 -80.17                    110/040  10/2144   120/062  10/2309

KFLSTUAR26 - WEATHERSTEM STUART (SOUTH FORK HIGH)
27.08 -80.25                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/065  10/2155

XSPR - WEATHERFLOW ALTAMONTE SPRINGS (SPRING LAKE)
28.66 -81.41                    120/029  11/0631   100/050  11/0456

XRDY - WEATHERFLOW HORIZON WEST (REEDY LAKE)
28.44 -81.63                    170/039  11/0821   130/060  11/0606

XIND - WEATHERFLOW NEAR GRANT-VALKARIA (INDIAN RIVER)
27.96 -80.53                    090/044  10/2306   090/058  10/2306

KFLORLAN212 - WEATHERSTEM ORANGE COUNTY (LAKE NONA MIDDLE SCHOOL)
28.37 -81.25                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   071/066  11/0011

KFLORLAN179 - WEATHERSTEM ORANGE COUNTY (UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL
FLORIDA) 28.59 -81.20                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   170/053
11/0445

KFLKISSI30 - WEATHERSTEM OSCEOLA COUNTY (POINCIANA HIGH SCHOOL)
28.23 -81.49                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   220/063  11/0113

WDW03 - WALT DISNEY WORLD ANIMAL KINGDOM (102 FEET)
28.42 -81.58                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/056  11/0700

WDW08 - WALT DISNEY WORLD EPCOT
28.37 -81.55                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/053  11/0450

WDW09 - WALT DISNEY WORLD MAGIC KINGDOM (98 FEET)
28.42 -81.58                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/062  11/0605

LKBDC - WALT DISNEY WORLD CONTEMPORARY RESORT (106 FEET)
28.42 -81.57                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/079  11/0050

LKBNT - WALT DISNEY WORLD TOWER OF TERROR (131 FEET)
28.36 -81.56                    MMM/MMM  MM/MMMM   MMM/063  11/0430

KFLMELBO72 - MELBOURNE SHORES (34 FT)
27.96 -80.51                    135/056  11/0325   135/075  11/0350

REMARKS: WEATHERFLOW SITE XIND STOPPED REPORTING AT 10/2316.
WEATHERFLOW SITE XSPR STOPPED REPORTING AT 11/1111.


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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BUOY 41009
28.52 -80.19   992.2  11/0830   090/049  11/0250   090/066  11/0250

TRDF1 - PORT CANAVERAL (TRIDENT PIER)
28.42 -80.59   990.2  11/0700   153/046  11/0942   142/059  11/0742

REMARKS: TRIDENT PIER TRDF1 STOPPED REPORTING AT 11/0441Z.

C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC SEP 09 UNTIL 1200 UTC SEP 12
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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FT. PIERCE WP (COOP)        ST. LUCIE           FPCF1        21.66
27.44 -80.35

CHRISTMAS (SPOTTER)         ORANGE              ORA-048      17.44
28.57 -81.02

FT. PIERCE (COCORAHS)       ST. LUCIE           FL-SL-41     17.25
27.56 -80.40

FT. PIERCE (AIRPORT ASOS)   ST. LUCIE           KFPR         15.88
27.49 -80.37

FT. PIERCE (SFWMD)          ST. LUCIE           NCSF1        15.18
27.47 -80.47

INDIAN RIVER (FAWN)         INDIAN RIVER        IRVF1        14.15
27.62 -80.57

UNION PARK (COCORAHS)       ORANGE              FL-OR-10     13.79
28.56 -81.17

PALM SHORES (COCORAHS)      BREVARD             FL-BV-20     13.74
28.24 -80.68

PALM BAY (COCORAHS)         BREVARD             FL-BV-59     13.23
27.95 -80.64

MIMS (COCORAHS)             VOLUSIA             FL-VL-49     12.87
28.69 -80.99

LAKE MARY (USGS)            LAKE                LSPF1        12.46
28.79 -81.41

UNION PARK (COCORAHS)       ORANGE              FL-OR-19     12.36
28.59 -81.22

OVIEDO (COCORAHS)           SEMINOLE            FL-SM-12     12.14
28.66 -81.25

VERO BEACH (COCORAHS)       INDIAN RIVER        FL-IR-36     12.10
27.64 -80.48

CAPE CANAVERAL* (ASOS)      BREVARD             KXMR         12.08  I
28.48 -80.57

OVIEDO (COCORAHS)           SEMINOLE            FL-SM-20     12.06
28.64 -81.17

ORANGE (COCORAHS)           ORANGE              FL-OR-23     12.05
28.59 -81.11

YEEHAW JUNCTION (SJRWMD)    OSCEOLA             M            12.00
27.70 -80.90

SANFORD (COOP)              SEMINOLE            SFNF1        11.95
28.81 -81.28

MELBOURNE (ASOS)            BREVARD             KMLB         11.84
28.10 -80.65

DE LAND (COCORAHS)          VOLUSIA             FL-VL-9      11.82
29.10 -81.36

10 MILE CREEK (SFWMD)       ST. LUCIE           TMWF1        11.82
27.40 -80.43

MELBOURNE WFO (COOP)        BREVARD             MLBF1        11.82
28.11 -80.65

APOPKA (COCORAHS)           ORANGE              FL-OR-43     11.80
28.67 -81.46

GENEVA (USGS)               SEMINOLE            GNEF1        11.74
28.71 -81.04

MT. PLYMOUTH (COOP)         LAKE                PLTF1        11.59
28.79 -81.53

APOPKA (COCORAHS)           ORANGE              FL-OR-16     11.58
28.68 -81.47

PORT ST. LUCIE (COCORAHS)   ST. LUCIE           FL-SL-46     11.55
27.30 -80.36

DE LAND (COCORAHS)          VOLUSIA             FL-VL-21     11.53
29.04 -81.33

TITUSVILLE (COCORAHS)       BREVARD             FL-BV-74     11.38
28.63 -80.86

RANSOM RD - NASA (SJRWMD)   BREVARD             M            11.34
28.51 -80.68

TITUSVILLE (COCORAHS)       BREVARD             FL-BV-38     11.33
28.63 -80.86

LADY LAKE (COCORAHS)        LAKE                FL-LK-22     11.26
28.95 -81.94

CHULUOTA (COCORAHS)         SEMINOLE            FL-SM-8      11.22
28.65 -81.12

ROCK SPRINGS WELL (SJRWMD)  ORANGE              M            11.16
28.77 -81.44

PALM BAY (COCORAHS)         BREVARD             FL-BV-1      11.10
27.95 -80.64

VERO BEACH (COCORAHS)       INDIAN RIVER        FL-IR-27     11.04
27.61 -80.39

LADY LAKE (COCORAHS)        LAKE                FL-LK-16     11.03
28.89 -81.94

APOPKA (FAWN)               ORANGE              POPF1        11.01
28.64 -81.55

LADY LAKE (COCORAHS)        LAKE                FL-LK-21     10.80
28.92 -81.91

PALM BAY STP (SJRWMD)       BREVARD             M            10.67
28.02 -80.60

L. BUENA VISTA (REEDY CREEK)ORANGE              M            10.65
28.39 -81.52

LAKE APOPKA NSRA (SJRWMD)   ORANGE              M            10.65
28.65 -81.57

YEEHAW JUNCTION (SFWMD)     OSCEOLA             YEHF1        10.61
27.68 -81.02

VERO BEACH (COCORAHS)       INDIAN RIVER        FL-VL-24     10.61
27.64 -80.45

BAY LAKE (COCORAHS)         ORANGE              FL-OR-35     10.59
28.36 -81.63

BITHLO (USGS)               ORANGE              WELF1        10.54
28.44 -81.17

STUART (COOP)               MARTIN              STRF1        10.53
27.19 -80.24

PALM BAY PUB WRK (SJRWMD)   BREVARD             M            10.52
27.99 -80.70

ORLANDO (COCORAHS)          ORANGE              FL-OR-27     10.51
28.57 -81.39

UMATILLA (FAWN)             LAKE                UMLF1        10.49
28.93 -81.65

PORT ST. LUCIE (COCORAHS)   ST. LUCIE           FL-SL-19     10.36
27.32 -80.31

MAGIC KINGDOM (REEDY CREEK) ORANGE              M            10.29
28.43 -81.58

FT. WILDERNESS (REEDY CREEK)ORANGE              M            10.21
28.41 -81.56

WDW SERVICE AR (REEDY CREEK)ORANGE              M            10.21
28.38 -81.59

LEESBURG (COCORAHS)         LAKE                FL-LK-30     10.13
28.84 -81.91

VERO BEACH (COCORAHS)       INDIAN RIVER        FL-IR-26     10.11
27.60 -80.42

PARRISH PARK (SJRWMD)       BREVARD             M            10.07
28.76 -80.88

PINE MEADOWS C A (SJRWMD)   LAKE                M            10.05
28.88 -81.66

PIERSON (USGS)              VOLUSIA             LGRF1        10.03
29.23 -81.49

PALM SHORES (COCORAHS)      BREVARD             FL-BV-2      10.01
28.19 -80.68

VERO BEACH (COCORAHS)       INDIAN RIVER        FL-IR-15     10.00
27.64 -80.42

REMARKS:
*THE LAST OBSERVATION FROM THE CAPE CANAVERAL ASOS (KXMR) OCCURRED
AT 0441 UTC SEP 11.

THIS REPORT ONLY INCLUDES VALUES OF 10 INCHES OR GREATER. A PUBLIC
INFORMATION STATEMENT (PNS) WILL BE ISSUED WITH ALL THE RAINFALL
TOTALS GATHERED ACROSS EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA. THIS INFORMATION IS
PRELIMINARY AND MAY CHANGE AS MORE INFORMATION IS RECEIVED.

D. INLAND FLOODING...
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ST. LUCIE...REPORTS THAT US 1 AT ORANGE AVE IS IMPASSABLE DUE TO
FLOODING

ST. LUCIE...REPORTS OF FLOODING IN A HOME ON EL RANCHO DR IN FORT
PIERCE

ST. LUCIE......UPDATED...A 1 MILE STRETCH OF US 1 FROM ORANGE AVE TO
VIRGINIA AVE IS IMPASSABLE DUE TO FLOODING

ST. LUCIE...PHOTO AND REPORT RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF WATER
INSIDE A HOME NEAR 25TH ST AND VIRGINIA AVE

ST. LUCIE...PHOTO RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF HOME AND PARKED CARS
FLOODED

INDIAN RIVER...INDIAN RIVER COUNTY SHERIFF AND FELLSMERE POLICE
RESCUED 12 PEOPLE FROM FLOOD WATERS.

BREVARD...REPORTS OF FLOOD WATER UP TO MAILBOXES

BREVARD...PHOTOS RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ON
DESOTO PARKWAY IN SATELLITE BEACH

BREVARD...VIDEO RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF ANKLE DEEP FLOODING
ALONG EBER BLVD IN WEST MELBOURNE

BREVARD...VIDEO RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF FLOODING AT US 1 AND FAY
BLVD

BREVARD...REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF WAIST DEEP FLOODING AND DEEP
WATER IN HOMES ON 12TH AVE NEAR S RAMONA IN INDIALANTIC.

VOLUSIA...PHOTO RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA OF SEVERE FLOODING ALONG
BEACH STREET IN DAYTONA BEACH

VOLUSIA...DAYTONA BEACH POLICE REPORT SIGNIFICANT FLOODING EAST OF
US 1

VOLUSIA...DAYTONA BEACH POLICE REPORT SIGNIFICANT FLOODING EAST OF
US 1

ORANGE...FIRE DEPT AND NATIONAL GUARD RESCUING RESIDENTS FROM
FLOODED HOMES

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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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BREVARD       G TRIDENT PIER      4.20    4.18  11/0318  MODERATE

REMARKS: STORM TIDE DATUM REFERENCED TO MHHW.

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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MELBOURNE BEACH TORNADO      BREVARD          10/1319           EF-0
28.07  -80.56

BASED ON A NWS STORM SURVEY, A WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE MELBOURNE
BEACH NEAR AVENUE B, CAUSING MINOR DAMAGE TO THE SECOND FLOOR OF TWO
HOMES. THE BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO WITH WINDS ESTIMATED AT 70 TO 80 MPH
CONTINUED INLAND AND DISSIPATED JUST WEST OF HIGHWAY A1A.

TURKEY CREEK TORNADO         BREVARD          10/1500           EF-1
28.03  -80.58

BASED ON A NWS STORM SURVEY, A WATERSPOUT THAT DEVELOPED ON THE
INDIAN RIVER MOVED ONSHORE AND DAMAGED SEVERAL RESIDENCES ON WORTH
COURT, INCLUDING A WATERFRONT HOME WHOSE SECOND FLOOR WAS REMOVED
AND CARRIED DOWNWIND. THE EF-1 TORNADO (ESTIMATED 100 TO 110 MPH)
CONTINUED ACROSS US-1, CAUSING MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO A UNIVERSITY
BUILDING. THE TORNADO THEN IMPACTED OVER A DOZEN MOBILE HOMES WITHIN
PALM BAY ESTATES, SEVERAL OF WHICH WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED OR
DESTROYED. THE TORNADO CONTINUED WEST, JUST TO THE NORTH OF TURKEY
CREEK, DAMAGING MANY TREES AND SEVERAL ADDITIONAL HOMES BEFORE
MOVING THROUGH A SCHOOL CAMPUS BEFORE DISSIPATING NEAR THE HARRIS
CORPORATION.

INDIALANTIC TORNADO          BREVARD          10/1524           EF-1
28.09  -80.57

A NWS STORM SURVEY REVEALED THAT A WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE THE
BARRIER ISLAND IN INDIALANTIC NEAR HIGHWAY A1A AND 1ST AVENUE. THE
EF-1 TORNADO (WINDS ESTIMATED 90-100 MPH) REMOVED PART OF THE ROOF
OF A BEACHFRONT CONDO AND CARRIED IT ACROSS THE HIGHWAY, WHERE IT
LANDED ON A BANK. THE TORNADO THEN WEAKENED AS IT TRAVELED WEST-
NORTHWEST, PRODUCING DAMAGE TO TREES AND ROOF SHINGLES AND SOFFITS
OF SEVERAL HOMES ALONG A NARROW PATH ACROSS THE BARRIER ISLAND,
EXITING TO THE INDIAN RIVER NEAR CEDAR LANE AND WEST RIVERIA
BOULEVARD.

MIMS KILBEE STREET TORNADO   BREVARD          10/2149           EF-2
28.69  -80.85

BASED ON A NWS STORM SURVEY, A TORNADO DEVELOPED NEAR THE NORTH END
OF NAB STREET AND THE EAST END OF BENSON COURT IN MIMS. A PICKUP
TRUCK NEAR THE CORNER OF BENSON COURT AND LISA DRIVE ROLLED ABOUT 30
FEET WEST INTO THE FENCE OF AN ADJACENT YARD. THE TORNADO
STRENGTHENED TO EF-2 INTENSITY WITH ESTIMATED WIND SPEEDS OF 115 TO
125 MPH AS IT AFFECTED HOMES ON KILBEE STREET, TURNBULL ROAD, AND
BREVARD ROAD. NUMEROUS HOMES WERE IMPACTED AND SEVERAL WERE LEFT
UNINHABITABLE DUE TO SEVERE ROOF DAMAGE. A NUMBER OF TREES WERE
SNAPPED AND UPROOTED AS THE TORNADO CONTINUED WEST NORTHWEST ACROSS
OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY. THE TORNADO DISSIPATED SHORTLY AFTER CROSSING US
HIGHWAY 1.

MIMS NORTHGATE TORNADO       BREVARD          10/2201           EF-1
28.69  -80.86

BASED ON A NWS STORM SURVEY, AN EF-1 TORNADO, WITH ESTIMATED WIND
SPEEDS BETWEEN 90 TO 95 MPH, SNAPPED AND UPROOTED SEVERAL TREES AS
IT DEVELOPED NEAR OLD DIXIE HIGHWAY. THE TORNADO CONTINUED ACROSS US
HIGHWAY 1 AND THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE NORTHGATE MOBILE HOME AND
RV PARK, DAMAGING OVER A DOZEN HOMES, SEVERAL OF WHICH EXPERIENCED
PARTIAL ROOF REMOVAL. IN ADDITION, SEVERAL POWER POLES SNAPPED IN
THE DEVELOPMENT AND ONE LANDED ON A HOME. THE TORNADO ALSO ROLLED
SEVERAL UNOCCUPIED RV`S ONTO TO THEIR SIDES, WHICH WERE BEING STORED
IN A PARKING LOT BETWEEN US HIGHWAY 1 AND THE MOBILE HOME PARK.

UMATILLA TORNADO             LAKE             10/2226           EF-1
28.94  -81.62

A NWS STORM SURVEY REVEALED AN EF-1 TORNADO WITH ESTIMATED WIND
SPEEDS BETWEEN 95 AND 100 MPH DEVELOPED NEAR EAST 8TH AVENUE IN
UMATILLA, UPROOTING AND SNAPPING SEVERAL TREES IN AN OPEN FIELD. THE
TORNADO MOVED TOWARD A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD BETWEEN EAST 8TH
AVENUE AND EAST COLLINS STREET AND PEELED BACK THE ROOFS FROM
SEVERAL HOMES AND UPROOTED NUMEROUS TREES. DAMAGE CONTINUED INTO
NORTH LAKE COMMUNITY PARK WHERE A SCOREBOARD WAS TOPPLED AND THREE
POWER LINES WERE SNAPPED. THE TORNADO MOVED ACROSS LAKE PEARL AND
INTO THE OLDE MILL RV RESORT WHERE IT DESTROYED APPROXIMATELY TEN
RECREATIONAL VEHICLES AND DAMAGED AT LEAST 25 OTHERS. THE TORNADO
CONTINUED WEST TOWARD DOWNTOWN UMATILLA AND DAMAGED THE ROOFS OF THE
UMATILLA INN, AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, AND A HOME ON BABB ROAD.

ORMOND BEACH TORNADO         VOLUSIA          11/0104           EF-1
29.29  -81.06

BASED ON A NWS STORM SURVEY, A WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE FROM THE
HALIFAX RIVER NEAR DIX AVENUE AND NORTH BEACH STREET IN ORMOND
BEACH, CAUSING TREE DAMAGE AND MINOR SIDING AND SHINGLE DAMAGE TO A
FEW TWO STORY HOMES. THE TORNADO CONTINUED INLAND AND PRODUCED
STRONG EF-1 DAMAGE (ESTIMATED 100 TO 110 MPH) TO SEVERAL HOMES AND
TREES NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HERNANDEZ AVENUE, NORTH RIDGEWOOD
AVENUE AND ROSEWOOD AVENUE. SEVERAL HOMES SUSTAINED MAJOR ROOF
DAMAGE. THE TORNADO THEN DOWNED TREES AND PRODUCED DEBRIS IMPACT AT
THE ORMOND BEACH FIRE STATION 93 AND DAMAGING THE ROOFS OF TWO
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS NEAR US HIGHWAY 1 AND WILMETTE AVENUE. THE
TORNADO DISSIPATED JUST WEST OF US HIGHWAY 1.

PATRICK AFB TORNADO          BREVARD          11/0104           EF-1
28.23 -80.60

BASED ON A NWS STORM SURVEY, A WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE FROM THE
ATLANTIC AND CAUSED TORNADO DAMAGE AS IT CONTINUED ACROSS THE
BARRIER ISLAND, AFFECTING PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE. THE EF-1 TORNADO
(ESTIMATED 85-95 MPH) REMOVED THE ROOF FROM A SMALL BUILDING EAST OF
HIGHWAY A1A, THEN PRODUCED MINOR TO MODERATE DAMAGE TO SEVERAL
STORAGE BUILDINGS, MAINLY IN THE FORM OF PARTIAL LOSS OF ROOF
COVERINGS AND BROKEN GLASS IN SOME EAST AND NORTH FACING WINDOWS.
SEVERAL LARGE, STEEL CONEX STORAGE CONTAINERS WITHIN THE TORNADO
PATH WERE ROLLED 100+ FEET DOWNWIND (NORTHWEST). DAMAGE ALSO
OCCURRED TO ANTENNAS MOUNTED ON FREE STANDING TOWERS AND TO SOME
SMALL TREES AND SHRUBS. THE TORNADO THEN WEAKENED AS IT APPROACHED
THE BANANA RIVER.

ROCKLEDGE TORNADO            BREVARD          11/0114           EF-1
28.28  -80.69

A NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED THAT A WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE ALONG
ROCKLEDGE DRIVE NEAR RIVER WOODS DRIVE AND PRODUCED EF-1 TORNADO
DAMAGE (WINDS ESTIMATED AT 95-105 MPH) ALONG A SHORT TRACK.
APPROXIMATELY SIX HOMES SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE AND
NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OR UPROOTED. A PORTION OF ONE ROOF WAS
REMOVED AND AT LEAST ONE OTHER HOME HAD A PORTION OF ITS METAL ROOF
PEELED BACK. SEVERAL HOMES ADJACENT TO THE AREA OF MOST SIGNIFICANT
DAMAGE ALSO EXPERIENCED A LESSER DEGREE OF SHINGLE DAMAGE. AT LEAST
ONE SCREEN PATIO WAS DESTROYED, SEVERAL OTHERS WERE DAMAGED AND SOME
FENCES WERE BLOWN OVER AND CARRIED DOWNWIND.

NORTH MERRITT ISLAND TORNADO BREVARD          11/0148           EF-1
28.42  -80.68

A NWS STORM SURVEY CONFIRMED THAT A TORNADO FORMED ON
NORTH MERRITT ISLAND WITHIN OR SOUTHEAST OF THE SAVANNAHS
SUBDIVISION, PRODUCING STRONG EF-1 DAMAGE (WINDS ESTIMATED 100-110
MPH) TO NUMEROUS HOMES ON SAVANNAHS TRAIL. OVER A DOZEN HOMES
SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT SHINGLE DAMAGE AND APPROXIMATELY SIX POOL
SCREEN ENCLOSURES WERE DESTROYED. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED. THE
TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHWEST AND CROSSED EAST HALL ROAD AND
LEILANI LANE, PRODUCING TREE AND MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO A FEW HOMES.
THE TORNADO THEN TRAVELED THROUGH THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE ISLAND
LAKES MOBILE HOME PARK AT EF-1 STRENGTH (ESTIMATED WINDS OF 95 TO
105 MPH) AND IMPACTED OVER 25 MOBILE HOMES. SEVERAL MOBILE HOMES
WERE DESTROYED AND MANY OTHERS SUSTAINED MODERATE TO MAJOR DAMAGE
(THE NEIGHBORHOOD WAS NEARLY COMPLETED EVACUATED FOR HURRICANE IRMA).
THE TORNADO THEN WEAKENED, BUT TOPPLED THE STEEPLE AT THE ORSINO
BAPTIST CHURCH, AFTER CROSSING NORTH COURTNEY BOULEVARD. TREE DAMAGE
AND MINOR ROOF DAMAGE OCCURRED ALONG THE REMAINDER OF THE PATH UNTIL
THE INDIAN RIVER WAS REACHED.


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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BREVARD             0                 0                   3667
PRELIMINARY REPORT: OVER 7,132 HOMES SUSTAINED DAMAGE, INCLUDING 400
WITH MAJOR DAMAGE AND 45 DESTROYED. INITIAL PROPERTY DAMAGE ESTIMATE
OF $30.0 MILLION. FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT REPORTS 100% OF CUSTOMERS
IN BREVARD COUNTY LOST POWER DURING THE HURRICANE. MODERATE TO
LOCALLY SEVERE BEACH EROSION WAS OBSERVED.

INDIAN RIVER        0                 0                   MMMM
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF 72 STRUCTURES WITH MINOR DAMAGE, AND 6 WITH
MAJOR DAMAGE. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE COST OF $1.5 MILLION.

LAKE                0                 0                   4413
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF 110 COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS: 92 WERE AFFECTED, 16
SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE, AND 2 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE. TOTAL DAMAGE
TO COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS IS APPROXIMATELY $3.5 MILLION. PRELIMINARY
REPORT OF 2,615 RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS: 1,895 WERE AFFECTED, 632
SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE, 80 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE, 7 WERE DESTROYED.
TOTAL DAMAGE TO RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IS APPROXIMATELY $33 MILLION.
OUT OF 160,707 CUSTOMERS IN MARTIN COUNTY, 123,467 OR 77% LOST POWER
DURING THE HURRICANE.

MARTIN              0                 0                   MMMM
PRELIMINARY REPORT: 180 AFFECTED STRUCTURES, 192 WITH MINOR DAMAGE,
8 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE, 1 DESTROYED. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE COST OF
$4.3 MILLION.

OKEECHOBEE          0                 0                   MMMM
PRELIMINARY REPORT: 585 AFFECTED RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES, 239 WITH
MINOR DAMAGE, 99 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE, AND 8 DESTROYED. TOTAL ESTIMATED
DAMAGE COST OF $157 MILLION.

ORANGE              1                 0                   MMMM
ONE DIRECT FATALITY; VEHICLE ACCIDENT DURING HURRICANE AND 5 INDIRECT
FATALITIES (3 CARBON MONOXIDE AND 2 ELECTROCUTION).

OSCEOLA             0                 0                   MMMM
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS STRUCTURES: 183 WERE
AFFECTED, 3,934 WITH MINOR DAMAGE, 95 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE, 23
DESTROYED. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE COST OF $100 MILLION.

ST. LUCIE           0                 0                   2365
TOTAL OF 150,000 HOMES/BUSINESSES LOST POWER. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE
TO BUSINESS STRUCTURES IS APPROXIMATELY $25 MILLION.

SEMINOLE            0                 0                   MMMM
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF 7,125 RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES: 4,939 WERE
AFFECTED, 698 WITH MINOR DAMAGE, 162 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE, 24 WERE
DESTROYED, AND 1,302 WERE INACCESSIBLE. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE TO
RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES IS APPROXIMATELY $393 MILLION. PRELIMINARY
REPORT OF 305 BUSINESS STRUCTURES: 191 WERE AFFECTED, 64 WITH MINOR
DAMAGE, 18 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE, 1 WAS DESTROYED, AND 31 WERE
INACCESSIBLE. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE TO BUSINESS STRUCTURES IS
APPROXIMATELY $150.2 MILLION.

VOLUSIA             0                 0                   MMMM
PRELIMINARY REPORT OF 4,811 RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS STRUCTURES:
3,457 WERE AFFECTED, 1,003 WITH MINOR DAMAGE, 329 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE,
21 DESTROYED. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE COST OF $332 MILLION. MODERATE
TO LOCALLY SEVERE BEACH EROSION WAS OBSERVED. ONE INDIRECT FATALITY
(CARBON MONOXIDE).

$$

LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED
9999 OR MMMM - DENOTES MISSING DATA.

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