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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE IRMA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE - TALLAHASSEE FL
611 PM EDT TUE SEP 26 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.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BAKER...BAY...BEN HILL...BERRIEN...BROOKS...
CLAY...COFFEE...COLQUITT...COOK...DALE...DECATUR...DIXIE...
DOUGHERTY...EARLY...FRANKLIN...GADSDEN...GENEVA...GRADY...GULF...
HENRY...HOLMES...HOUSTON...IRWIN...JACKSON...JEFFERSON...
LAFAYETTE...LANIER...LEE...LEON...LIBERTY...LOWNDES...MADISON...
MILLER...MITCHELL...QUITMAN...RANDOLPH...SEMINOLE...TAYLOR...
TERRELL...THOMAS...TIFT...TURNER...WAKULLA...WALTON...WASHINGTON...
WORTH...CALHOUN, FL...CALHOUN, GA






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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KCTY-CROSS CITY, FL
29.62 -83.10   9999.0 /         360/036  11/0655 I 010/053 11/0735 I

KAAF-APALACHICOLA MUNI, FL
29.72 -85.03    996.6 11/1153   320/028  11/1953   360/042 11/0953

K40J-PERRY-FOLEY, FL
30.07 -83.57   9999.0 /         020/020  11/0235 I 020/032 11/0335 I

KPAM-TYNDALL AFB, FL
30.07 -85.59    999.3 11/1446   320/029  11/1446   320/038 11/1527

KECP-PANAMA CITY NW, FL
30.35 -85.80    999.9 11/1953   300/024  11/1653   310/035 11/1706

KTLH-TALLAHASSEE RGNL, FL
30.40 -84.35    990.8 11/1553   350/030  11/1223   350/048 11/1208

KDTS-DESTIN/FT WALTON BEACH ARPT, FL
30.40 -86.47   1001.0 11/2053   330/024  11/1853   360/034 11/1125

KVLD-VALDOSTA, GA
30.79 -83.28    996.5 11/0953 I 020/036  11/1005 I 010/049 11/0939 I

KMAI-MARIANA, FL
30.80 -85.21    995.1 11/1953   340/027  11/1445   340/040 11/1453

KVAD-VLDOSTA/MODY AFB, GA
30.97 -83.20    984.8 11/1443   020/038  11/1214   010/054 11/1311

KBGE-BAINBRIDGE, GA
30.97 -84.63   9999.0 /         360/027  11/1255   350/040 11/1335

KMGR-MOULTRIE/THMSVIL, GA
31.08 -83.80   9999.0 /         010/032  11/1235   010/047 11/1235

KOZR-FT RUCKER/CAIRNS, AL
31.29 -85.72    997.4 11/1944   330/025  11/1613   320/042 11/1727

KDHN-DOTHAN, AL
31.32 -85.45    996.1 11/2053   330/030  11/1615   330/048 11/1607

KABY-ALBANY MUNICIPAL, GA
31.54 -84.18    988.9 11/1953   010/025  11/1500   010/043 11/1336

K1JO-HOLMES COUNTY, FL
30.85 -85.60    993.6 11/1958   030/020  11/1911   320/032 11/1641

KTMA-TIFTON, GA
31.43 -83.49   9999.0 /         030/027  11/1455   020/044 11/1315

REMARKS: CTY STOPPED REPORTING AT 11/0955Z, 40J STOPPED REPORTING AT
11/0315Z, VLD STOPPED REPORTING AT 11/1030Z


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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CONE FARM - GREENVILLE, FL
30.40 -83.54    984.1 99/9999   327/022  11/1030   355/038 11/1035
                                 99/99

MADISON HIGH SCHOOL - MADISON, FL
30.48 -83.45   1001.4 999/99    049/030  11/0306   027/034 11/0505
                                 99/99

TERRY FARM - MADISON, FL
30.35 -83.33   9999.9 99/9999   015/032  11/0120   029/043 11/0744
                                 99/99

AUCILLA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY - AUCILLA, GA
30.48 -83.76    990.9 99/9999   071/027  11/0847   052/034 11/0931
                                 99/99

UGA TIFTON - TIFTON, GA
31.47 -83.53    988.1 99/9999   049/023  11/1637   023/035 11/1318
                                 99/99

SUN BELT AG EXPO - MOULTRIE, GA
31.13 -83.71    992.2 99/9999   344/037  11/1214   360/041 11/1216
                                 9999

FSU COASTAL AND MARINE LAB - ST. TERESA, FL
29.91 -84.51   9999.9 99/9999   298/028  11/1158   319/034 11/1024
                                 9999

ST. GEORGE ISLAND BRIDGE - EASTPOINT, FL
29.69 -84.89   9999.9 99/9999   350/047  11/1210   350/047 11/1210
                                 9999

GULF COUNTY EOC - PORT ST. JOE, FL
29.81 -85.29   9999.9 99/9999   050/032  11/0447   014/035 11/1025
                                 9999

FSU PANAMA CITY - PANAMA CITY, FL
30.19 -85.72   9999.9 99/9999   024/037  11/1213   024/041 11/1213
                                 99/99

DOTHAN TECHNOLOGY CENTER - DOTHAN, AL
31.26 -85.38   9999.9 99/9999   335/023  11/1418   360/035 11/1609
                                 9999

CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.44 -84.28   9999.9 99/9999   024/035  11/1145   016/035 11/1206
                                 99/99

TLLAS-CHILES HS TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.57 -84.21   9999.9 99/9999   344/027  11/1121   360/037 11/1135
                                 9999

CONLEY ELEMENTARY - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.41 -84.22   9999.9 99/9999   019/030  11/1127   011/036 11/1148
                                 99/99

FSU SCHOOLS - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.38 -84.22   9999.9 99/9999   050/030  11/0720   323/037 11/1136
                                 99/99

FSU REC SPORTSPLEX - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.42 -84.34   9999.9 99/9999   360/034  11/1133   040/036 11/1131
                                 99/99

FSU RESERVATION - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.40 -84.34   9999.9 99/9999   338/027  11/1219   348/036 11/1121
                                 99/99

FSU WEATHERSTEM - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.43 -84.30   9999.9 99/9999   014/037  11/0937   043/047 11/1109
                                 9999

HOLY COMFORTER EPISCOPAL SCHOOL - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.48 -84.22   9999.9 99/9999   355/030  11/1145   030/040 11/1207
                                 99/99

SEALEY ELEMENTARY - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.48 -84.29   9999.9 99/9999   350/027  11/1135   340/035 11/1012
                                 99/99

TALLAHASSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.44 -84.34   9999.9 99/9999   318/025  11/1327   282/035 11/1213
                                 99/99

THE EDISON RESTAURANT - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.43 -84.28   9999.9 99/9999   016/030  11/1048   044/037 11/1201
                                 99/99

WT MOORE ELEMENTARY - TALLAHASSEE, FL
30.47 -84.21   9999.9 99/9999   266/031  11/1417   273/037 11/1201
                                 99/99

AELG1 - ADEL GA RAWS
31.10 -83.43   9999.9 99/9999   170/027  11/1200   999/046 11/1200
                                 99/99

PRWF1 - ST. MARKS RAWS
30.01 -84.42   9999.9 99/9999   360/011  11/1100   999/038 11/1300
                                 99/99

REMARKS: WEATHERSTEM STATION UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.



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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42036-3D32 /D W. TAMPA
28.50  -84.51   990.9 11/0850   020/043  11/0250   999/056 11/0650


42039-3D20 /D PENSACOLA
28.78  -86.04  1000.9 11/1050   350/033  11/1150   999/039 11/0250


SGOF1-TYNDALL AFB TOWER C, FL
29.41  -84.86   992.4 11/1200   999/999  99/9999   999/999 99/9999


APCF1-APALACHICOLA, FL NOS
29.73  -84.98   995.6 11/1206   020/034  11/0918   999/044 11/0942


APXF1-APALACHICOLA NERR, FL
29.79  -84.88  9999.9 99/9999   340/025  11/1115   999/999 99/9999


KTNF1-KEATON BEACH, FL/M
29.82  -83.59   984.7 11/1300   360/026  11/0700   999/042 11/1100


SHPF1-SHELL POINT, FL
30.06  -84.29   990.3 11/1506   340/030  11/1112   999/049 11/1112


PCBF1-PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL NOS
30.21  -85.88   999.4 11/2206   360/026  11/0942   999/038 11/2218


REMARKS:


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC SEP 01 UNTIL 1200 UTC SEP 02
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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1 SE MORGAN                  CALHOUN             MGNG1         4.91
31.53  -84.58

4 E EDISON                   CALHOUN             PCHG1         4.15
31.55  -84.68

WSW SASSER                   TERRELL                           3.93
31.72  -84.35

5 WNW LEESBURG               LEE                 DSNG1         3.88
31.76  -84.25

4 NW VALDOSTA                LOWNDES             VDRG1         3.85
30.89  -83.32

4 E MARIANNA                 JACKSON                           3.66
30.77  -85.17

1 SW MOODY AFB               LOWNDES                           3.53
30.97  -83.20

5 WSW MOODY AFB              LOWNDES             VDSG1         3.53
30.95  -83.27

5 W MYSTIC                   IRWIN               IVLG1         3.42
31.63  -83.42

2 S ADEL                     COOK                ADLG1         3.33
31.11  -83.43

2 NW EAST ALBANY             DOUGHERTY           ABNG1         3.28
31.59  -84.14

1 SE CROSSROADS              QUITMAN             MRSG1         3.23
31.82  -84.97

WNW MILFORD                  BAKER               MLFG1         3.21
31.38  -84.55

5 S MIDLAND CITY             HOUSTON             LCHA1         3.16
31.25  -85.48

3 NNE LEESBURG               LEE                 MCKG1         3.13
31.78  -84.14

3 W CAPPS                    HENRY               EFKA1         3.04
31.50  -85.37

4 WNW TIFTON                 TIFT                TWCG1         3.03
31.48  -83.56

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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FRANKLIN       G APALACHICOLA      0.93   1.68  12/1124     NONE

WAKULLA          SHELL POINT      -9999.00   2.34  12/0748     NONE

JEFFERSON        NUTALL RISE      -9999.00   2.28  12/0748     NONE

WAKULLA          CURTIS MILL      -9999.00   2.63  12/1030     NONE

TAYLOR           STEINHATCHEE     -9999.00   2.71  12/0800     NONE


REMARKS: APPROXIMATE INUNDATION (HEIGHT ABOVE MEAN HIGHER HIGH
WATER):
APALACHICOLA......0.82 FT
SHELL POINT.......0.71 FT
NUTALLRISE.......0.39 FT
CURTIS MILL.......1.28 FT
STEINHATCHEE......1.07 FT

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

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. ROUGHLY 40 TO 50 HOMES
SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE WITH 55 SUFFERING MINOR DAMAGE.

SEMINOLE             0                 0                     116

150000 DOLLARS IN DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES...TREES AND POWER LINES.
EVACUATED 42 LOCALS AND 74 EVACUEES FROM FLORIDA.

LEON                 0                 0                     3000

EXPERIENCED TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS FOR APPROXIMATELY 8
HOURS. THE HIGHEST WIND GUST RECORDED WAS 55 MPH AT TALLAHASSEE
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE HIGHEST RECORDED SUSTAINED WIND WAS 43
MPH AT THE FSU WEATHERSTEM SITE. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE
DOWNED ACROSS THE COUNTY. AT THE PEAK...APPROXIMATELY 70000
CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER. 200 OBSTRUCTIONS WERE CLEARED FROM
ROADWAYS. 88 HOMES SUSTAINED SOME LEVEL OF DAMAGE WITH ONE HOUSE
DESTROYED...4 SUSTAINING MAJOR DAMAGE AND 29 OTHERS MINOR DAMAGE. 11
SHELTERS HOSTED 3000 PEOPLE INCLUDING LOCAL RESIDENTS AND EVACUEES
FROM OTHER PARTS OF THE STATE. FSU...FAMU AND TCC WERE CLOSED FOR 6
DAYS. COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS WERE CLOSED FOR 4 DAYS.

TAYLOR               0                 0                     400

DAMAGE WAS PRIMARILY TO TREES AND POWER LINES WITH A FEW ON HOUSES
CAUSING DAMAGE. THREE HOMES SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE AND TWO MINOR
DAMAGE. THERE WERE 10941 POWER OUTAGES...SOME NOT RESTORED FOR 6
DAYS. THERE WERE BLOW OUT TIDES BUT NO SURGE FLOODING. TWO INDIRECT
FATAILITIES WERE CAUSED DUE TO CARBON MONOXIDE FROM A GENERATOR.

WASHINGTON           0                 0                     0

A FEW DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES. ONE TREE BLOCKED TRAFFIC ON I-10
AT MILE MARKER 124.

MITCHELL             0                 0                     0

200 TREES DOWNED ONTO ROADWAYS AND POWER LINES. LITTLE KNOWN
PROPERTY DAMAGE. AGRICULTURAL IMPACT MAY BE LARGE TO PECANS AND
COTTON...BUT STILL BEING ASSESSED.

LIBERTY              1                 0                     250

DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES...BUT MINIMAL TO NO DAMAGE TO
STRUCTURES. 250 RESIDENTS WERE HOUSED IN SHELTERS. FIVE CAR CRASHES
DURING THE EVENT RESULTING IN ONE FATALITY.

COLQUITT             0                 0                     0

ABOUT 200 TREES AND MANY POWER LINES DOWNED RESULTING IN ROAD
CLOSURES. SOME TREES FELL ON HOMES AND ONE FELL ON A CAR. HALF THE
CITY OF MOULTRIE LOST POWER.

LOWNDES              0                 0                     1500

PEAK GUST OF 50 KNOTS OR 58 MPH AT WUNDERGROUND SITE KGAVALDO8 WITH
A 52 MPH GUST AT VLD AIRPORT. OVER 500 TREES WERE DOWNED, 34 HOMES
WERE DAMAGED AND 60,000 CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER. MORE THAN
5,000 PECAN TREES WERE DESTROYED. THERE WAS APPROXIMATELY 25,000 CY
OF VEGETATIVE DEBRIS ON PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERY. TOTAL ESTIMATED
LOSSES WERE AROUND $9 MILLION.

TIFT                 0                 0                     0

MANY TREES AND POWER LINES DOWNED BLOCKING ROADS INCLUDING U.S. 19.

WAKULLA              0                 0                     317

US 98 BLOCKED FROM SR 267 TO SR 363 BECAUSE OF TREES DOWN. A TOTAL
OF 98 TREES WERE FELLED WITH 50 OF THOSE WITH LINES ENTANGLED. ALL
98 FELLED TREES WERE BLOCKING ROADWAYS OR PRESENTED A DANGER TO
TRAFFIC ON ROADWAYS. THREE TREES FELL ON STRUCTURES AND TWO ON
VEHICLES. THERE WERE 8700 POWER OUTAGES AND 317 EVACUATED TO
SHELTERS. 10 HOMES WERE DAMAGED IN TOTAL, 6 MAJOR DAMAGE AND 1
DESTROYED.

EARLY                0                 0                     0

WEATHER SENTRY STATION AT EARLY COUNTY EMA REPORTED GUST TO 63 MPH.

DOUGHERTY            0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD TREES DOWN AND POWER LINES DOWN REPORTED IN ALBANY AREA
WITH MANY POWER OUTAGES AND BLOCKED ROADS. ONE TREE FELL ON A CAR IN
THE SHOREHAM APARTMENT COMPLEX.

HOUSTON              0                 0                     0

A FEW TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN.

WORTH                1                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN WITH DAMAGE TO ROOFS AND
VEHICLES REPORTED. SOME LARGE OAKS WERE AMONG THE TREES TOPPLED BY
THE STORM. A MAN DIED OF A HEART ATTACK WHILE SHELTERING IN A HOME
MADE SHELTER. SUSTAINED WINDS OF 42 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 70 MPH
MEASURED AT EMA OFFICE.

LAFAYETTE            0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH EXTENSIVE
DAMAGE TO TRANSMISSION AND FEEDER LINES RESULTING IN POWER LOSS TO
100 PERCENT OF COUNTY RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES. TWO RESIDENTIAL
STRUCTURES WERE DESTROYED WITH THREE OTHERS SUSTAINING MAJOR DAMAGE
AND NINE MINOR DAMAGE.

MADISON              0                 0                     0

TREES DOWN AND POWER OUTAGES ACROSS MADISON COUNTY...TWO OF WHICH
BLOCKED TRAFFIC ON I-10 AT MILE MARKERS 253 AND 246. TWO ROOFS
DAMAGED DUE TO TREES. A TOTAL OF 12 HOMES WERE DAMAGED...3 OF WHICH
SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE.

LANIER               0                 0                     97

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS LANIER COUNTY INCLUDING A FEW
LARGE OAKS. FIVE TREES DOWN ON HOMES. SHELTERED 97.

BERRIEN              0                 0                     0

TREES DOWN ACROSS COUNTY. POWER OUTAGES. AT LEAST ONE REPORT OF
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. WITHIN THE CITY OF NASHVILLE, TREES FELL ONTO TWO
RESIDENCES CASUING SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE.

TURNER               0                 0                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. ROOFS BLOWN OFF
SEVERAL HOMES. SEVERAL BARNS BLOWN DOWN.

COFFEE               0                 0                     0

SEVERAL POWER LINES AND LARGE TREES WERE DOWN ACROSS MAJOR HIGHWAYS
INCLUDING HWY 135 SOUTH...441 SOUTH AND 151 SOUTH. SOME TREES FELL
ON STRUCTURES AND ONE FARM STRUCTURE COLLAPSED.

DECATUR              0                 0                     UNKNOWN

SOME TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. FACEVILLE HIGHWAY WAS BLOCKED.

LEE                  0                 0                     UNKNOWN

MANY TREES DOWNED ACROSS THE COUNTY. TREES FELL ONTO OR INTO SEVERAL
MOBILE HOMES. DOWNED POWER LINES BLOCKED U.S. 19. CITY OF SMITHVILLE
HAD NO POTABLE WATER FOR A PERIOD OF TIME FROM MONDAY INTO TUESDAY.

THOMAS               0                 0                     UNKNOWN

NUMEROUS TRAFFIC SIGNALS WERE OUT. DOWNED TREES ON POWER LINES LEFT
750 RESIDENTS WITHOUT POWER.

TERRELL              0                 0                     UNKNOWN

SEVERAL POWER LINES AND LARGE TREES DOWNED...DAMAGING SEVERAL HOMES.
AT LEAST ONE HOME IN DAWSON WAS SEVERELY DAMAGED BY A LARGE PECAN
TREE.

JACKSON              0                 0                     UNKNOWN

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN BLOCKING ROADS. TWO HOMES
SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE FROM FALLING TREES.

BAY                  0                 0                     55

55 PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED IN THE COUNTY. SPORADIC POWER OUTAGES DUE
TO DOWNED TREES. MINOR DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO ONE COUNTY FIRE
STATION.

CALHOUN, FL          0                 0                     UNKNOWN

DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES WITH SPORADIC POWER OUTAGES...BUT NO
ROAD CLOSURES. NO MAJOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE REPORTED.

FRANKLIN             0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES DOWN...SOME DAMAGING HOMES. SEVERAL POWER OUTAGES.

JEFFERSON            0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES DOWN AROUND THE COUNTY...ONE FALLING ON A HOME AND
THREE ON CARS. BARNS AND FENCES DAMAGED. FARM DAMAGE. 388 POWER
OUTAGES.

WALTON               0                 0                     110

110 EVACUATED TO SHELTERS.

HOLMES               0                 0                     35

A FEW TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY.
THIRTY-FIVE EVACUEES FROM OUTSIDE THE COUNTY WERE HOUSED IN COUNTY
SHELTERS.

QUITMAN              0                 0                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED ACROSS THE COUNTY. ESTIMATED COST
OF DAMAGE TO THE COUNTY: $15,000.

RANDOLPH             0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. FORTY
PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER. A TWO-STORY HOUSE CAUGHT ON
FIRE FROM A DOWNED TREE ON A POWER LINE.

HENRY                0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. TWO
HOMES SUSTAINED STRUCTURAL DAMAGE DUE TO FALLING TREES. MULTIPLE
ROADS WERE BLOCKED BY FALLING TREES. APPROXIMATELY 1200 HOMES WERE
WITHOUT POWER.

DALE                 0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN IN THE COUNTY. TWO HOMES
SUFFERED MINOR DAMAGE DUE TO TREES FALLING ON THE ROOFS. POWER
OUTAGES WERE ALSO NOTED IN THE COUNTY.

MILLER               0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY. ONE
HOUSE AND ONE OUTBUILDING FIRE OCCURED DUE TO DOWNED POWER LINES.

BAKER                0                 0                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. APPROXIMATELY 2400
PEOPLE LOST POWER.

GULF                 0                 0                     2000

A FEW TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. AROUND 2000
PEOPLE WERE WITHOUT POWER.

GRADY                0                 0                     550

WIDESPREAD TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY (MORE THAN
225). SEVEN TO EIGHT HOMES SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE DUE TO FALLING
TREES. APPROXIMATELY 11,000 PEOPLE WERE WITHOUT POWER. A VOLUNTARY
EVACUATION WAS ORDERED FOR MOBILE HOMES AND APPROXIMATELY 550 PEOPLE
IN THE COUNTY EVACUATED.

IRWIN                0                 0                     70

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. EIGHT
HOMES SUSTAINED MINOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE DUE TO FALLEN TREES.
APPROXIMATELY 70 PEOPLE EVACUATED FROM THEIR MOBILE HOMES. THERE WAS
ONE INDIRECT INJURY FROM THE STORM AS ONE LINEMAN WAS ELECTROCUTED.

COOK                 0                 0                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY THAT RESULTED IN
26 ROAD CLOSURES. THESE IMPACTS LASTED 4 TO 5 DAYS. APPROXIMATELY 15
HOMES WERE DAMAGED DUE TO FALLEN TREES. SCHOOL IN THE COUNTY WAS
CLOSED FOR THE WHOLE WEEK.

BROOKS               0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD TREES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. SEVERAL HOMES WERE DAMAGED,
TWO MAJOR. SEVERAL ROADS WASHED OUT. POWER OUTAGES LASTED 4 TO 5
DAYS ACROSS THE COUNTY WITH SEVERAL THOUSAND POWER OUTAGES. 150
PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED IN THE COUNTY.

$$

LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

HOLLINGSWORTH/CAMP/WOOL/FIEUX/GODSEY



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