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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM  IRMA...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
1155 AM EDT MON SEP 25 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

COUNTIES INCLUDED...CHARLESTON...BERKELEY...DORCHESTER...COLLETON...
BEAUFORT...JASPER...HAMPTON...ALLENDALE...CHATHAM...EFFINGHAM...
SCREVEN...JENKINS...BULLOCH...BRYAN...LIBERTY...EVANS...CANDLER...
TATTNALL...LONG...MCINTOSH

SEP 18...UPDATED FOR...ADDITIONAL WIND REPORTS AND COUNTY IMPACTS.

SEP 25...UPDATED FOR...ADDITIONAL INFORMATION







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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KCHS-CHARLESTON INTL AIRPORT-SC
32.90 -80.04   1000.6 11/1846   070/037  11/1609   080/052 11/1705

KSAV-SAVANNAH INTL AIRPORT-GA
32.13 -81.20    997.6 11/1956   040/038  11/1152   040/052 11/1152

KNBC-BEAUFORT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION-SC
32.49 -80.70   1000.7 11/1401 I 050/026  11/1308 I 100/053 11/1609 I

KARW-BEAUFORT COUNTY AIRPORT-SC
32.41 -80.63   1001.4 11/1355   040/035  11/1235   080/051 11/1415

KRBW-LOWCOUNTRY REGIONAL AIRPORT-WALTERBORO-SC
32.93 -80.64   1002.7 11/2135   040/028  11/1455   060/042 11/1555

KHXD-HILTON HEAD AIRPORT-SC
32.23 -80.69    999.7 11/1650   030/027  11/1050   060/042 11/1250

KJZI-CHARLESTON EXECUTIVE AIRPORT-JOHNS ISLAND-SC
32.70 -80.01   1003.4 11/2035   070/035  11/1615   080/051 11/1755

KDYB-SUMMERVILLE-SC
33.06 -80.28   1003.7 11/2055   040/018  11/1435   060/030 11/1815

KLRO-MOUNT PLEASANT REGIONAL AIRPORT-SC
32.90 -79.78   1004.4 11/2155   070/015  11/1455   070/037 11/1615

KMKS-MONCKS CORNER-SC
33.19 -80.04   1004.1 11/2015   060/024  11/1715   070/036 11/1735

KJYL-PLANTATION AIRPARK-SYLVANIA-GA
32.66 -81.60   1006.4 11/1155 I 060/023  11/1255   060/036 11/1255

KTBR-STATESBORO-GA
32.49 -81.74   1002.4 11/1335   040/021  11/1255   040/034 11/1255

KLHW-FORT STEWART-GA
31.89 -81.56   1001.4 11/1008 I 030/028  11/1008 I 030/040 11/1008 I

KCWV-CLAXTON-GA
32.20 -81.88    994.9 11/1535   020/025  11/1435   020/042 11/1435

KSVN-HUNTER ARMY AIR FIELD-GA
32.01 -81.13    997.5 11/1613   090/033  11/1458   090/051 11/1333

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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XFOL-FOLLY BEACH PIER-SC
32.65 -79.94   1001.0 11/2144   060/051  11/1604   050/063 11/1344
                                 13.1

XIOP-ISLE OF PALMS-SC
32.78 -79.79   1002.0 11/1830   080/049  11/1645   080/059 11/1645
                                 9.4

XSUL-SULLIVANS ISLAND-SC
32.77 -79.82   1001.0 11/1645   080/046  11/1655   090/059 11/1845
                                 12.8

XCHA-CHARLESTON/BATTERY POINT-SC
32.76 -79.95    998.0 11/1700   070/042  11/1620   090/057 11/1700
                                 10
XBUF-BEAUFORT-SC
32.34 -80.59    995.0 11/1351   090/049  11/1356   090/066 11/1356
                                 10
XTYB-TYBEE ISLAND NORTH-GA
32.02 -80.84    997.0 11/1729   060/043  11/1219   060/056 11/1214
                                 10
XTYE-TYBEE ISLAND SOUTH-GA
31.99 80.85     997.0 11/1702   090/043  11/1447   070/055 11/1242
                                 9.1

ABRS1-ACE BASIN RAWS-SC
32.66 -80.40                    060/020  11/1455   080/046 11/1555
                                 10
ACXS1-ACE BASIN RESERVE-SC
32.56 -80.45   1002.1 11/2115   060/016  11/1515   060/033 11/1515
                                 10
SAXG1-SAPELO ISLAND RESERVE-GA
31.42 -81.30    994.0 11/1415   050/035  11/1000   050/052 11/0945
                                 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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41004-NDBC EDISTO BUOY
32.50  -79.10  1003.1 11/1850   080/039  11/1540   100/058 11/1510
                                   4

41008-NDBC GRAYS REEF BUOY
31.40  -80.87   995.1 11/0910   060/044  11/1150   070/060 11/0936
                                   5

FBIS1-FOLLY BEACH C-MAN-SC
32.69  -79.89  1004.3 11/2200   074/044  11/1620   070/056 11/1611
                                   10

41033-CARO COOPS FRIPP NEARSHORE BUOY-FRP2
32.28  -80.41   999.3 11/1730   110/031  11/1708   090/047 11/1408
                                   2.95

41029-CARO COOPS CAPERS NEARSHORE BUOY-CAP2
32.81  -79.63  1000.6 11/2308   090/033  11/1708   090/049 11/1708
                                   2.95

FPKG1-FORT PULASKI NOS TIDE GAGE-GA
32.03  -80.90   999.7 11/2000   070/042  11/1236   070/061 11/1236
                                   6.5

CHTS1-CHARLESTON NOS TIDE GAGE-SC
32.78  -79.93  1002.8 11/1654   050/042  11/1654   060/053 11/1700
                                   8.8

XSUM-FT. SUMTER/CHARLESTON HARBOR
32.75  -79.87  1001.0 11/1651   070/043  11/1656   070/056 11/1656
                                   12.1

REMARKS:



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0000 UTC SEP 10 UNTIL 0600 UTC SEP 13
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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4 NNE BEAUFORT               BEAUFORT            SC-BF-35      9.07
32.47  -80.67

6 NW CHARLESTON              CHARLESTON          BEES1         8.97
32.83  -80.07

5 WNW CHARLESTON             CHARLESTON          SC-CR-97      8.86
32.80  -80.07

6 NW CHARLESTON              CHARLESTON          SC-CR-45      8.53
32.83  -80.07

1 SW FURMAN                  HAMPTON             YMFS1         8.22
32.66  -81.20

2 SE CHARLESTON              CHARLESTON          SC-CR-89      7.95
32.76  -79.98

5 NNE RINCON                 EFFINGHAM           GA-EF-18      7.86
32.36  -81.21

5 SSE CHARLESTON             CHARLESTON          SC-CR-13      7.82
32.72  -79.96

SAPELO ISLAND                MCINTOSH            SPIG1         7.53
31.39  -81.28

2 N SUMMERVILLE              DORCHESTER          SC-DC-41      7.51
33.03  -80.17

6 WNW BLUFFTON               BEAUFORT            SC-BF-10      7.44
32.26  -80.96

CANADYS                      COLLETON            SC-CL-6       7.33
33.05  -80.63

1 SE DANIEL ISLAND           BERKELEY            SC-BK-48      7.29
32.84  -79.90

4 E MONCKS CORNER            BERKELEY            SC-BK-38      7.28
33.19  -79.94

2 SSE SUMMERVILLE            DORCHESTER          SC-DC-52      7.28
32.97  -80.17

2 W MEGGETT                  CHARLESTON          SC-CR-32      7.27
32.70  -80.29

2 S CHARLESTON               CHARLESTON          SC-CR-88      7.26
32.75  -80.00

SAPELO ISLAND                MCINTOSH            SAXG1         7.20
31.41  -81.30

1 SSW SUMMERVILLE            DORCHESTER          SC-DC-36      7.02
32.98  -80.18

1 N YEMASSEE                 HAMPTON             YEMS1         7.00
32.70  -80.85

3 SW LODGE                   COLLETON            SC-CL-9       6.97
33.02  -80.99

2 W CHARLESTON               CHARLESTON          SC-CR-12      6.90
32.78  -80.03

3 WNW NORTH CHARLESTON       DORCHESTER          SC-DC-3       6.87
32.92  -80.08

3 NW NORTH CHARLESTON        CHARLESTON          SC-CR-34      6.82
32.93  -80.07

7 ESE RICHMOND HILL          BRYAN               GA-BR-5       6.67
31.88  -81.20

1 NE RICHMOND HILL           BRYAN               GA-BR-2       6.66
31.94  -81.30

FORT STEWART                 BRYAN               FSBG1         6.63
31.96  -81.46

2 WNW RAVENEL                CHARLESTON          SC-CR-92      6.48
32.78  -80.26

HUNTER ARMY AIRFIELD         CHATHAM             SVN           6.47
32.01  -81.16

5 WNW GOOSE CREEK            BERKELEY            SC-BK-17      6.45
33.00  -80.08

MOUNT PLEASANT               CHARLESTON          MWPS1         6.44
32.80  -79.90

6 NNW SUMMERVILLE            BERKELEY            SC-BK-46      6.43
33.07  -80.22

2 S HOLLYWOOD                CHARLESTON          SC-CR-10      6.38
32.75  -80.24

4 W SUMMERVILLE              DORCHESTER          SMVS1         6.35
33.03  -80.23

7 SW MONCKS CORNER           BERKELEY            SC-BK-25      6.33
33.11  -80.07

3 W CHARLESTON               CHARLESTON          SC-CR-11      6.30
32.78  -80.05

NWS CHARLESTON               CHARLESTON          SC-CR-49      6.30
32.89  -80.03

SULLIVANS ISLAND             CHARLESTON          SULS1         6.26
32.76  -79.85

10 NNE SUMMERVILLE           BERKELEY            SC-BK-43      6.24
33.12  -80.09

7 W BLUFFTON                 BEAUFORT            SC-BF-50      6.13
32.21  -80.98

3 NE RICHMOND HILL           BRYAN               RICG1         6.12
31.97  -81.29

EDISTO ISLAND MIDDLETON      CHARLESTON          EDSS1         6.10
32.60  -80.33

PINEVILLE                    BERKELEY            SC-BK-29      6.10
33.42  -80.03

BENNETTS POINT               COLLETON            ACXS1         6.06
32.55  -80.45

6 WSW COTTAGEVILLE           COLLETON            SC-CL-16      6.01
32.89  -80.57

3 NNW COTTAGEVILLE           COLLETON            SC-CL-17      6.01
32.97  -80.49

1 SSE REEVESVILLE            DORCHESTER          SC-DC-18      6.00
33.18  -80.64

7 NNE DARIEN                 MCINTOSH            MERG1         6.00
31.45  -81.36

3 ENE BLUFFTON               BEAUFORT            SC-BF-22      5.99
32.24  -80.81

6 ESE RIDGELAND              JASPER              SC-JS-3       5.89
32.44  -80.89

SMOAKS                       COLLETON            SC-CL-5       5.86
33.08  -80.81

4 N HILLTONIA                SCREVEN             BRIG1         5.82
32.93  -81.65

4 SSW SAVANNAH               CHATHAM             GA-CT-3       5.78
31.96  -81.15

6 ESE SAVANNAH               CHATHAM             GA-CT-52      5.77
32.00  -81.03

MARLOW                       EFFINGHAM           GA-EF-13      5.74
32.27  -81.39

9 NNE SUMMERVILLE            BERKELEY            SC-BK-30      5.73
33.11  -80.10

3 SE SAVANNAH                CHATHAM             GA-CT-74      5.72
31.98  -81.09

4 N NORTH CHARLESTON         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-30      5.68
32.95  -80.06

3 ESE NORTH CHARLESTON       CHARLESTON          SC-CR-78      5.66
32.89  -79.99

5 WSW SUMMERVILLE            DORCHESTER          SC-DC-42      5.65
32.98  -80.26

1 W BROOKLET                 BULLOCH             BRKG1         5.65
32.37  -81.67

1 NNE GARDEN CITY            CHATHAM             GA-CT-28      5.59
32.11  -81.15

1 NNE POOLER                 CHATHAM             GA-CT-1       5.58
32.12  -81.25

2 SW DAUFUSKIE ISLAND        BEAUFORT            SC-BF-23      5.56
32.10  -80.88

9 S MONCKS CORNER            BERKELEY            SC-BK-55      5.56
33.06  -79.97

5 SSW SAVANNAH               CHATHAM             GA-CT-38      5.55
31.96  -81.15

4 N HILTON HEAD ISLAND       BEAUFORT            SC-BF-2       5.55
32.25  -80.73

1 SW HAMPTON                 HAMPTON             SC-HM-7       5.55
32.85  -81.12

JAMESTOWN                    BERKELEY            JAMS1         5.50
33.28  -79.70

BEAUFORT MCAS                BEAUFORT            NBC           5.50
32.49  -80.70

1 S GREEN POND               COLLETON            SC-CL-14      5.49
32.71  -80.61

CHARLESTON ASOS              CHARLESTON          CHS           5.47
32.89  -80.04

2 NE JOHNS ISLAND            CHARLESTON          SC-CR-74      5.46
32.72  -80.01

3 NE CHARLESTON              CHARLESTON          SC-CR-42      5.43
32.81  -79.96

2 E SPRINGFIELD              EFFINGHAM           GA-EF-17      5.33
32.36  -81.27

5 ESE CHARLESTON             CHARLESTON          SC-CR-96      5.33
32.74  -79.92

2 W EDEN                     EFFINGHAM           EDEG1         5.31
32.19  -81.42

7 SSE MONCKS CORNER          BERKELEY            SC-BK-47      5.27
33.10  -79.96

1 SW WALTERBORO              COLLETON            WTRS1         5.27
32.88  -80.68

3 NE SUMMERVILLE             BERKELEY            SC-BK-16      5.23
33.03  -80.14

6 N PORT WENTWORTH           EFFINGHAM           PTWG1         5.20
32.23  -81.15

2 SE ALLENDALE               ALLENDALE           SC-AL-2       5.19
32.98  -81.29

WALTERBORO                   COLLETON            WTBS1         5.14
32.92  -80.63

HUTCHINSON ISLAND            CHATHAM             SVDG1         5.13
32.08  -81.08

WITHERBEE                    BERKELEY            WTHS1         5.10
33.16  -79.83

1 SW OLIVER                  SCREVEN             OLVG1         5.07
32.49  -81.56

ELBA ISLAND                  JASPER              ELBS1         5.05
32.10  -81.01

3 NNW WALTERBORO             COLLETON            SC-CL-3       4.96
32.94  -80.68

3 NNE HUGER                  BERKELEY            HUGS1         4.96
33.13  -79.78

5 SE RINCON                  EFFINGHAM           ACRG1         4.94
32.25  -81.18

7 NNE MOUNT PLEASANT         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-10      4.91
32.91  -79.82

4 SE RINCON                  EFFINGHAM           ACMG1         4.91
32.24  -81.15

3 E MOUNT PLEASANT           CHARLESTON          SC-CR-77      4.90
32.81  -79.81

7 NE MCCLELLANVILLE          CHARLESTON          SRES1         4.87
33.15  -79.36

7 SE ELLABELL                BRYAN               ELLG1         4.83
32.08  -81.39

1 ENE SKIDAWAY ISLAND        CHATHAM             GA-CT-17      4.80
31.94  -81.03

4 SW LIMEHOUSE               JASPER              FWDS1         4.78
32.17  -81.12

PORT WENTWORTH               CHATHAM             PWMG1         4.78
32.14  -81.14

ACE BASIN                    CHARLESTON          ABRS1         4.71
32.65  -80.40

SAVANNAH ASOS                CHATHAM             SAV           4.61
32.13  -81.20

4 SE ROCKY FORD              SCREVEN             RCFG1         4.60
32.63  -81.77

DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON          CHARLESTON          CHLS1         4.56
32.77  -79.92

1 NNE POOLER                 CHATHAM             GA-CT-9       4.54
32.11  -81.25

5 WNW SAVANNAH               CHATHAM             GA-CT-39      4.53
32.06  -81.21

REIDSVILLE                   TATTNALL            REDG1         4.48
32.07  -82.18

5 NNE MOUNT PLEASANT         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-11      4.44
32.88  -79.83

6 NE MOUNT PLEASANT          CHARLESTON          SC-CR-69      4.42
32.89  -79.80

3 N SAVANNAH                 JASPER              SVNS1         4.42
32.10  -81.08

MCINTOSH                     LIBERTY             MTHG1         4.32
31.82  -81.54

4 WSW BLITCHTON              BRYAN               BLIG1         4.19
32.16  -81.49

WAMBAW                       CHARLESTON          WMBS1         4.17
32.97  -79.67

1 ESE MCCLELLANVILLE         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-33      4.13
33.08  -79.46

1 WSW MOUNT PLEASANT         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-99      4.08
32.81  -79.88

MCCLELLANVILLE               CHARLESTON          SC-CR-10      4.05
33.08  -79.46

2 SSW MIDWAY                 LIBERTY             MDWG1         3.98
31.78  -81.44

6 ENE MOUNT PLEASANT         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-10      3.97
32.87  -79.77

1 ESE METTER                 CANDLER             MTFG1         3.92
32.39  -82.04

6 ENE MOUNT PLEASANT         CHARLESTON          SC-CR-11      3.34
32.85  -79.77

2 SSE RINCON                 EFFINGHAM           GA-EF-1       3.31
32.27  -81.23

REMARKS:



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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MCINTOSH...11/1257...SEVERAL STRUCTURES SUBMERGED IN FLOOD WATERS
WITH WATER UP TO WINDOWS.

CHATHAM...11/1930...11 PEOPLE AND 2 DOGS WERE RESCUED FROM A HOME OF
BEAULIE FARM BEND. AN SUV RESCUE WAS ALSO UNDERWAY IN NEARBY
SKIDAWAY.

JASPER...11/1915...JASPER COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTED HOMES
FLOODED AND INACCESSIBLE ON CHERRY HILL ROAD NEAR THE INTERSECTION
WITH HIGHWAY 462. AT LEAST ONE PERSON WAS STRANDED AND IN NEED OF
RESCUE.

DORCHESTER...11/2100...EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTED WATER IN SOME
HOMES ON TRANQUIL LAND AND HARRISON ROAD BESIDE EAGLE CREEK.
ALSO...47 STRUCTURES IN TRANQUIL ACRES/ESATES...SUMMERWOOD PATIO
HOMES AND SPRUCEWOOD WERE DAMAGED TO SOME DEGREE BY FLOODING. 1 TO 3
FEET OF WATER ENTERED 31 OF THESE STRUCTURES.

CHARLESTON...11/1840...CROSSTOWN CHRISTIAN CHURCH FLOODED WITH ONE
FOOT OF WATER REPORTED INSIDE. FLOODING OCCURRED WHEN CHURCH CREEK
OVERFLOWED ITS BANKS MONDAY AFTERNOON. A NEARBY RAIN GUAGE RECORDED
8.97 INCHES OF STORM TOTAL RAINFALL. WINNERS CIRCLE WAS ALSO FLOODED
AND IMPASSABLE ALONG CHURCH CREEK ON THE OTHER SIDE OF BEES FERRY
ROAD.

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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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CHARLESTON     G CHARLESTON        4.87   4.15  11/1900 MODERATE

CHATHAM        G FORT PULASKI      5.63   4.73  11/0942 MODERATE


REMARKS: THE PEAK STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE ARE LISTED BUT THEY DID
NOT OCCUR AT THE SAME TIME. THE TIMES LISTED CORRESPOND TO THE PEAK
STORM SURGES. THE PEAK STORM TIDE AT CHARLESTON WAS 4.15 FEET MEAN
HIGHER HIGH WATER /MHHW/...OR 9.92 FEET MEAN LOWER LOW WATER
/MLLW/...WHICH OCCURRED AT 1718 UTC ON SEP 11. THIS IS THE 3RD
HIGHEST STORM TIDE ON RECORD. THE HIGHEST STORM TIDE AT FORT PULASKI
WAS 4.73 FEET MHHW...OR 12.24 FEET MLLW AT 1742 UTC ON SEP 11. THIS
IS THE 2ND HIGHEST STORM TIDE ON RECORD.



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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MOUNT PLEASANT               CHARLESTON       11/2313          EF0
32.80  -79.84

A WEAK AND SHORT-LIVED TORNADO ASSOCIATED WITH AN OUTER RAINBAND
FROM IRMA FORMED OVER THE MARSHY AREA BETWEEN MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN`S ISLAND. THE WEAK TORNADO FIRST MOVED INTO THE SOUTH END
OF PINE ISLAND VIEW ROAD THEN MOVED QUICKLY NORTH-NORTHWEST OVER OK
LANDING ROAD AND GREEN PATH LANE BEFORE DISSIPATING BACK ON PINE
ISLAND ROAD. ALTHOUGH THERE WAS NO STRUCTURAL DAMAGE THERE WERE MANY
LARGE LIMBS DOWN, SOME UPROOTED TREES AND ONE WOODEN FENCE
COMPLETELY BLOWN DOWN. THE TORNADO WAS ESTIMATED TO HAVE LASTED TWO
MINUTES BEFORE DISSIPATING. PATH WIDTH WAS 90 YARDS AND THE PATH
LENGTH WAS 0.57 MILES.

JOHNS ISLAND                 CHARLESTON       11/2145          EF1
32.68  -80.01

THE TORNADO, SPAWNED BY AN OUTER RAINBAND OF IRMA, TOUCHED DOWN
ALONG THE WEST BANK OF THE STONO RIVER NEAR THE JUNCTION OF
ABBAPOOLA CREEK. THE TORNADO INITIALLY TRAVELED NORTH-NORTHWEST
ALONG THE STONO RIVER, DESTROYING A SHED, SNAPPING A LARGE LIVE OAK
TREE AT THE TRUNK AND DAMAGING SEVERAL OTHER TREES. IN THIS AREA,
THE TORNADO ALSO PULLED FROM THE GROUND A WELL PUMP AND CEMENT
ANCHORS FOR A CHAIN LINK FENCE. THE TORNADO THEN KNOCKED A HOME OFF
PILINGS. THE DISPLANCED RESIDENCE INCURRED SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE
AND CRUSHED A PICKUP TRUCK WHICH WAS PARKED UNDER THE DAMAGED HOUSE.
THE TORNADO THEN TURNED TOWARD THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST, DAMAGING
MULTIPLE TREES BEFORE LIFTING ALONG THE WEST BANK OF THE STONO
RIVER. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR LESS THAN 2 MINUTES ALONG A
PATH ABOUT 0.45 MILES LONG AND 30 YARDS WIDE.

JAMES ISLAND                 CHARLESTON       11/1819          EF0
32.73  -79.91

A WEAK, SHORT-LIVED TORNADO, ASSOCIATED WITH AN OUTER RAINBAND OF
IRMA, TOUCHED DOWN IN A MARSH NORTH OF SCHOONER CREEK AND TRACKED
NORTH-NORTHWEST. THE TORNADO UPROOTED A LARGE LIVE OAK TREE AND
DAMAGED ANOTHER TREE AT THE EDGE OF TH MARSH. THE TORNADO THEN
DAMAGED A RESIDENCE ON THE SOUTHEAST SIDE OF SEAWARD DRIVE, BLOWING
OFF PART OF OF THE SOUTHEAST AND NORTHWEST FACING ROOF. THE TORNADO
THEN CROSSED SEAWARD DRIVE, DAMAGING ANOTHER TREE AND BLOWING 4
SHUTTERS OFF THE SOUTHEAST FACING SIDE OF A RESIDENCE ON LYNNE
AVENUE. DEBRIS CARRIED FROM THE SEAWARD DRIVE RESIDENCE ALSO DAMAGED
A SOFFIT ON THE LYNNE AVENUE HOME. THE TORNADO THEN LIFTED SOUTH OF
PARROT CREEK. THE TORNADO WAS ON THE GROUND FOR LESS THAN 2 MINUTES
ALONG A PATH ABOUT 0.12 MILES LONG AND 55 YARDS WIDE.

NORTH CHARLESTON             CHARLESTON       22/1828          EF0
32.89  -80.04

A WEAK AND SHORT-LIVED TORNADO ASSOCIATED WITH AN OUTER RAINBAND
FROM IRMA TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE JOINT BASE CHARLESTON FLIGHT LINE
AND TRAVELED ALONG A DISCONTINUOUS PATH TOWARD THE
NORTH-NORTHWEST.THE TORNADO PUSHED BACK THE EDGE OF THE ROOF ON THE
CONTROL TOWER, DAMAGED THE FACIA OF A NEARBY BUILDING NEAR THE
FLIGHT LINE AND DAMAGED THE ROOF OF ANOTHER METAL BUILDING ON THE
BASE. FARTHER NORTHWEST ON THE WRENWOODS GOLF COURSE, THE TORNADO
BLEW DOWN TWO LARGE LIVE OAK TREES AND SNAPPED LARGE BRANCHES OFF
OTHER TREES. THE TORNADO THEN DISSIPATED JUST BEYOND THE NORTH SIDE
OF THE GOLF COURSE ABOUT 2 MINUTES AFTER TOUCHDOWN. THE TORNADO
FOLLOWED A PATH ABOUT 1.47 MILES LONG AND 60 YARDS WIDE.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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HAMPTON

NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS.

DORCHESTER                             1

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY AND
SEVERAL STRUCTURES RECEIVED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE FROM TREES FALLING ON
THEM. ONE PERSON WAS INJURED IN LADSON WHEN A LARGE TREE FELL ON A
RESIDENCE. MULTIPLE ROADS WERE ALSO BLOCKED BY DOWNED TREES.
NUMEROUS ROADS WERE CLOSED BY HIGH WATER PRODUCED BY HEAVY RAIN. 31
STRUCTURES OBSERVED VARIOUS DEGREES OF FLOODING, BUT 3 STRUCTURES
HAD BETWEEN 25 AND 35 INCHES OF WATER IN THEM. MOST OF THE FLOOD
DAMAGE WAS CONFINGED TO THE TRANSQUIL ACRES/ESTATES AREA WITH SOME
FLOODED STRUCTURES OBSERVED IN THE SUMMERWOOD AND SPRUCEWOOD AREAS.

BULLOCH

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY
WITH 35 ROADS BLOCKED BY THE FALLEN TREES. AT LEAST 3 TREES FELL ON
RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES NEAR STATESBORO. APPROXIMATELY 10,000 POWER
OUTAGES WERE REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY

TATTNALL

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.
ONE TREE FELL ON A RESIDENCE IN REIDSVILLE AND ANOTHER TREE FELL ON
A RESIDENCE IN COLLINS.

BRYAN

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.

CANDLER

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.

JENKINS

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.

ALLENDALE

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.
ONE LANE OF U.S. ROUTE 321 WAS CLOSED DUE TO HIGH WATER NEAR
FAIRFAX.

LONG

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.
ONE TREE FELL ON POWER LINES NEAR A RUPTURED GAS LINE IN LUDOWICI.

JASPER

MULTIPLE TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.
FLASH FLOODING RENDERED HOMES FLOODED AND INACCESSIBLE IN OLD HOUSE.
ONE RESIDENT WAS STRANDED THEN RESCUED. STORM SURGE INUNDATION FROM
THE POCOTALIGO RIVER CLOSED TWO SOUTHBOUND LANES OF U.S. ROUTE 17 IN
POCOTALIGO.

COLLETON

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS
ACROSS THE COUNTY. TREES AND POWER LINES RENDERED ROADS IMPASSABLE
IN THE EDISTO BEACH AREA. STORM SURGE INUNDATION DESTROYED OR
BREACHED DUNES IN EDISTO BEACH, WHERE SEVERAL PEOPLE WERE RESCUED.
HEAVY RAIN CREATED HIGH WATER ON SEVERAL ROADS IN THE WALTERBORO
AREA.

BEAUFORT

MANY TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. STORM SURGE
INUNDATION OCCURRED IN MANY AREAS...IN SOME LOCATIONS AT LEAST 4
FEET DEEP. EXTENSIVE DAMAGE OCCURRED ACROSS HUNTING ISLAND STATE
PARK. ON FRIPP ISLAND AT OCEAN POINT...THE SEA WALL WAS
BREACHED...BEACH FRONT HOMES WERE INUNDATED AND EXTENSIVE SALT AND
FRESH WATER FLOODING WAS OBSERVED ON THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE
ISLAND. ON LADYS ISLAND...STRONG WINDS DAMAGED HANGERS AND OTHER
AIRPORT INFRASTRUCTURE...AND RUNWAYS WERE INUNDATED AS WELL. HOMES
WERE FLOODED ALONG HIGHWAY 21. HOMES WERE FLOODED IN THE CAROLINA
SHORES NEIGHBORHOOD...ACROSS THE NORTHEAST END OF PORT ROYAL ISLAND
AND NEAR THE MARINE CORPS AIR STATION. HIGHWAY 17 NEAR THE
POCATALIGO RIVER FLOODED AND CLOSED FOR SEVERAL HOURS. STATE ROUTE
170 WAS FLOODED NEAR CALLAWASSIE ISLAND.

CHATHAM

MAJORITY OF DAMAGE TO HOMES WAS DUE TO STORM SURGE. ACROSS THE
COUNTY...7 HOMES DESTROYED...369 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE AND 445
SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE. THE SAVANNAH RIVER DID BREACH ONTO RIVER
STREET...BUT WATER REMAINED OUT OF BUSINESSES. SURGE DAMAGE WAS THE
GREATEST ON TYBEE ISLAND...SPECIFICALLY ON LEWIS AVE AND THE
SOUTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE ISLAND. HOMES ON PELICAN DRIVE WERE ALSO
DAMAGED BY SURGE. SOME SURGE DAMAGE TO HOMES ALSO OCCURRED ON DUTCH
ISLAND. ON BURNSIDE ISLAND. SEVERAL WATER RESCUES WERE PERFORMED AS
SURGE TRAPPED PEOPLE IN THEIR HOMES.

MCINTOSH

TREES DOWNED BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY. AT LEAST 5 HOMES
DESTROYED. EXTENSIVE STORM SURGE INUNDATION OCCURRED ACROSS COASTAL
AREAS AND ISLANDS.

BERKELEY             0                 0

SCATTERED TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY.
MULTIPLE DOCKS WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED ALONG THE WANDO RIVER.
BUSHY PARK ROAD AT BUSHY PARK BOAT LANDING WERE IMPASSABLE DUE TO
STORM SURGE INUNDATION.

CHARLESTON           0                 0

4 TORNADOES WERE CONFIRMED BY NWS STORM SURVEYS ON JAMES
ISLAND...JOHNS ISLAND...IN MT. PLEASANT AND ON JOINT BASE
CHARLESTON. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY STRONG
WINDS ACROSS THE COUNTY. A LARGE LIVE OAK TREE FELL ON A HOUSE AND A
TRUCK ON GULF DRIVE IN MT. PLEASANT. STRONG WINDS ALSO DAMAGED THE
ROOF OF A HOME ON SULLIVANS ISLAND. STORM SURGE INUNDATION IMPACTED
DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON AND SURROUNDING AREAS WITHIN THE TIDAL ZONE.
STORM SURGE INUNDATION ALSO PUSHED WATER INTO HOMES ON JAMES ISLAND
ALONG SCOONER DRIVE...GALLEON ROAD AND SEAWARD DRIVE. EXTENSIVE DOCK
DAMAGE OCCURRED ALONG SEAWARD DRIVE. NWS STORM SURVEY ESTIMATED 4 TO
5 FEET OF SALT WATER INUNDATION ALONG THE WEST BANK OF THE STONO
RIVER NEAR ABBAPOOLA CREEK WHERE EXTENSIVE DOCK DAMAGE OCCURRED.
SEVERE BEACH EROSION OCCURRED ON FOLLY AND ISLE OF PALMS BEACHES
WHERE NUMEROUS BEACH ACCESS PLATFORMS WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.
SEVERAL ROADS WERE FLOODED BY A COMBINATION OF RAINFALL AND SALT
WATER ON ISLE OF PALMS AND ON SULLIVANS ISLAND.

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I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

NWS CHARLESTON



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