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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM CINDY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
348 PM CDT MON JUN 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 CINDY
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

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






A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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KMOB-MOBILE REGIONAL
30.67 -88.24   1009.7 21/2156   200/027  22/1600   200/038 22/1559

KBFM-MOBILE BROOKLEY
30.64 -88.07   1010.1 21/2153   140/028  22/0006   140/035 22/0005

KJKA-GULF SHORES
30.29 -87.67                  I 120/021  21/2235   140/033 21/2315

KCQF-FAIRHOPE
30.46 -87.88                  I 160/024  22/1735   180/030 22/1755

KPNS-PENSACOLA REGIONAL
30.47 -87.20   1010.9 21/0953   160/026  21/2355   160/036 22/0008

KNPA-PENSACOLA NAS
30.36 -87.32   1010.6 21/0856   160/028  21/2330   160/041 21/2330

KDTS-DESTIN
30.40 -86.47   1011.1 21/0853   130/022  21/1410   130/032 21/1416

KCEW-CRESTVIEW
30.79 -86.52   1012.1 21/0953   190/017  22/1715   190/027 22/1715

K79J-ANDALUSIA
31.32 -86.41   1012.7 22/0856   070/013  21/0856   170/023 22/1720

KGZH-EVERGREEN
31.41 -87.04   1012.4 22/0953   170/018  22/1953   210/031 22/1753

REMARKS:


NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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XBUC-WEATHERFLOW BUCCANEER YC
30.58 -88.07   1008.1 21/2217   120/027  22/0007 I 180/038 22/1642
                                 10/

XGLF-WEATHERFLOW GULF SHORES
30.36 -87.65   1007.6 21/2225   160/023  22/1610   170/038 22/0655
                                 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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MBLA1-MIDDLE BAY LIGHTHOUSE
30.43  -88.01  1008.1 21/2212   140/035  22/0000   130/045 21/2214
                                   14/

DPIA1-DAUPHIN ISLAND
30.25  -88.08  1008.5 21/0900   060/031  21/0400   060/037 21/0400
                                   13.5/

KATA1-KATRINA CUT
30.25  -88.21  1007.5 21/2214   070/034  21/0300   210/039 22/1643
                                   15.7/

CRTA1
30.30  -88.14  1009.4 21/0645   150/028  21/2200   140/034 21/2153
                                   12

XMLP-WEATHERFLOW PERDIDO BAY
30.27  -87.56  1009.0 21/0807   030/023  21/0037   140/038 22/1517
                                   05/

XFPL-WEATHERFLOW PENSACOLA BAY
30.36  -87.21  1010.1 21-0732   080/031  21/2342   070/042 21/2337
                                   05/

XOFP-OKALOOSA PIER
30.39  -86.59  1009.8 21/0825   120/030  21/1210   160/039 22/0800
                                   14/

XFWB-WEATHERFLOW FT WALTON BEACH
30.40  -86.56                 I 070/028  21/1120   150/040 22/0810
                                   07/

BUOY 42012 - 12 S ORANGE BEACH
30.06  -87.55  1009.1 21/2150   080/030  21/0150   080/039 21/0450
                                   4.5/

REMARKS:



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC JUN 20 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUN 23
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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WHITING FIELD                SANTA ROSA          KNSE          9.58
30.72  -87.02

2.5 NNW GONZALEZ             ESCAMBIA            FL-ES-4       9.46
30.60  -87.31

7 NNW SARALAND               MOBILE              AL-MB-14      8.97
30.91  -88.12

7.2 ENE GULF BREEZE          SANTA ROSA          FL-SR-19      8.55
30.39  -87.08

2.4 N POLLARD                ESCAMBIA AL         AL-ES-1       8.55
31.05  -87.17

PENSACOLA AIRPORT            ESCAMBIA            KPNS          8.28
30.46  -87.18

4.5 WSW MOBILE               MOBILE              AL-MB-73      8.21
30.66  -88.16

PENSACOLA NAS                ESCAMBIA            KNPA          7.94
30.36  -87.32

10.9 N BAY MINETTE           BALDWIN             AL-BW-59      7.85
31.03  -87.74

4.5 SE FOLEY                 BALDWIN             AL-BW-74      7.76
30.40  -87.63

3.6 WSW PINE HILL            WILCOX              AL-WX-1       7.73
31.96  -87.64

6.1 SW GROVE HILL            CLARKE              AL-CK-3       7.58
31.64  -87.85

2 NE PERKINSTON              STONE               MS-ST-4       7.57
30.79  -89.11

LOXLEY                       BALDWIN             AL-BW-26      7.03
30.62  -87.76

4.3 WSW JACKSON              WASHINGTON          AL-WS-1       6.99
31.50  -87.96

1.5 WSW GREENVILLE           BUTLER              AL-BT-2       6.99
31.82  -86.65

12 W CENTURY                 ESCAMBIA            FL-ES-39      6.96
30.96  -87.47

MOBILE AIRPORT               MOBILE              KMOB          6.81
30.68  -88.24

MCLAIN                       GREENE                            6.57
31.10  -88.83

EVERGREEN                    CONECUH             EVRA1         6.38
31.43  -86.96

ATMORE                       ESCAMBIA            ATMA1         6.31
31.02  -87.49

FAIRHOPE                     BALDWIN             FHPA1         6.24
30.52  -87.90

5.4 WNW WAYNESBORO           WAYNE               MS-WY-2       6.14
31.69  -88.73

DAUPHIN ISLAND               MOBILE              DAUA1         5.92
30.25  -88.11

NICEVILLE                    OKALOOSA            NCVF1         5.80
30.50  -86.46

NEW AUGUSTA                  PERRY               NAGM6         5.28
31.20  -89.03

CRESTVIEW                    OKALOOSA            KCEW          5.08
30.76  -86.57

DESTIN                       OKALOOSA            KDTS          4.95
30.40  -86.50

REMARKS: WHILE WIDESPREAD HEAVY RAINFALL ENDED BY FRIDAY
MORNING...JUNE 23RD...LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL CONTINUED INTO FRIDAY
EVENING RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL SIGNIFICANT RAIN TOTALS ACROSS FAR
INLAND SOUTHEAST MISSISSIPPI AND SOUTHWEST ALABAMA. A FEW NOTABLE
TOTALS THROUGH FRIDAY NIGHT INCLUDE THOMASVILLE WITH 11.37" AND
GROVE HILL WITH 9.43".



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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NUMEROUS COUNTIES ACROSS THE NORTH CENTRAL GULF COAST EXPERIENCED
FLASH FLOODING AND MINOR TO MODERATE RIVER FLOODING DUE TO 5-10
INCHES OF RAIN WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS.

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E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G
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COUNTY           CITY/TOWN        SURGE   TIDE   DATE/   BEACH
                 OR LOCATION      (FT)    (FT)   TIME    EROSION
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MOBILE         G CHICKASAW CREEK   3.69   3.07  22/1724     NONE

MOBILE         G COAST GUARD SEC   3.16   2.99  22/1406     NONE

MOBILE         G MOBILE STATE DO   2.84   2.89  22/1612     NONE

MOBILE         G BAYOU LA BATRE    2.83   2.67  22/1630     NONE

MOBILE         G W FOWL RIVER BR   2.84   2.65  22/1718     NONE

MOBILE         G DOG RIVER BRIDG   2.97   2.57  22/1554     NONE

ESCAMBIA       G PENSACOLA         2.21   2.20  21/1442     NONE

BALDWIN        G WEEKS BAY         2.32   2.17  22/1348     NONE

MOBILE         G DAUPHIN ISLAND    2.31   1.99  22/1348 MODERATE


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



F. TORNADOES...
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL                          TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
DESCRIPTION
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1 SSW FORT WALTON BEACH      OKALOOSA         21/1118          0
30.41  -86.59

2.5 MILE TRACK. PRODUCED MINOR DAMAGE TO A FEW STURCTURES ALONG WITH
TREE AND POWER LINE DAMAGE.

2 WNW ONYCHA                 COVINGTON        21/2357          1
31.22  -86.31

5 MILE TRACK THAT PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT TREE DAMAGE IN SPOTS. A ROOF
WAS BLOWN OFF OF A OPEN DOOR GARAGE. MINOR SIDING AND ROOF DAMAGE TO
A FEW OTHER STRUCTURES.

PARKER SPRINGS               ESCAMBIA AL      21/2008          0
31.05  -86.81

BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN WITH A 1 MILE TRACK THAT PRODUCED TREE
DAMAGE IN THE CONECUH NATIONAL FOREST.

2 SE SUMMERDALE              BALDWIN          21/2002          0
30.47  -87.67

VIDEO TAKEN FROM THE BEACH EXPRESS AND ENGEL ROAD SHOW A BRIEF
TORNADO TOUCH DOWN IN AN OPEN FIELD JUST WEST OF THE BEACH EXPRESS
ROAD. THERE WAS NO REPORTED DAMAGE.

3 E WHATELY                  CLARKE           22/0135          0
31.65  -87.66

CLARKE COUNTY EMA SURVEY INDICATES A BRIEF EF-0 TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN
IN A RURAL AREA EAST OF WHATLEY. THE TORNADO DAMAGED 100-150 PINE
TREES.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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BALDWIN              2                 0                     0

TWO FATALITIES AS THE RESULT OF THE STORM. ON THE MORNING OF JUNE
21ST, A 10 YEAR OLD WAS KILLED IN FORT MORGAN WHEN A LARGE WAVE HIT
A LARGE LOG AND CAUSED IT TO IMPACT THE BOY IN THE HEAD, RESULTING
IN THE FATALITY. ON JUNE 23RD, A 57 YEAR OLD MAN DROWNED DUE TO
STRONG RIP CURRENTS WHILE ATTEMPTING TO RESCUE TWO CHILDREN IN
DISTRESS NEAR FORT MORGAN.

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Legend:
I-Incomplete Data
E-Estimated

JASON BEAMAN





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