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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE HERMINE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE - TALLAHASSEE FL
500 AM EDT THU SEP 15 2016


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 HEMRINE
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

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






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   1001.0 02/0455   190/027  02/0600   160/042 02/0335

KAAF-APALACHICOLA MUNI, FL
29.72 -85.03    994.8 02/0205   360/033  02/0213   020/046 02/0122

K40J-PERRY-FOLEY, FL
30.07 -83.57    995.3 02/0450   150/031  02/0415 I 150/048 02/0415

KVLD-VALDOSTA, GA
30.79 -83.28    989.2 02/0907   160/036  02/0829 I 140/049 02/0805 I

KVAD-VLDOSTA/MODY AFB, GA
30.97 -83.20    987.8 02/1014   120/029  02/0850   120/043 02/0930

KMGR-MOULTRIE/THMSVIL, GA
31.08 -83.80    992.2 02/0911   340/026  02/0951   340/041 02/0951

KTMA-TIFTON, GA
31.43 -83.49    993.6 02/1115   350/026  02/1155   350/037 02/1155

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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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   989.4 01/2150   180/051  01/2150   180/068 01/2150
                                   5

42039-3D20 /D PENSACOLA
28.78  -86.04   998.2 01/2150   100/034  01/1950   100/043 01/1939
                                   05

KTNF1-KEATON BEACH, FL/M
29.82  -83.59   998.9 02/0506   210/043  02/0600   190/058 02/0524
                                   10

SGOF1-TYNDALL AFB TOWER C, FL
29.41  -84.86   987.1 02/0100   060/053  02/0000   010/069 02/0139
                                   35

APCF1-APALACHICOLA, FL NOS
29.73  -84.98   994.1 02/0154   030/034  02/0024   020/043 02/0124
                                   07

REMARKS: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 35 METERS.



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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CROSS CITY AIRPORT           DIXIE               KCTY          8.76
29.63  -83.10

MOLLY HILL                   DIXIE                             6.89
29.72  -83.07

1 WNW SHIVER                 BROOKS              OKAG1         6.09
30.83  -83.56

2 NW BEMISS                  LOWNDES             VDSG1         5.72
30.95  -83.27

2 S ADEL                     COOK                AELG1         5.71
31.11  -83.43

3 E BARNEY                   BROOKS              HRAG1         5.63
31.00  -83.46

REED BINGHAM STATE PARK      COLQUITT            ADLG1         5.19
31.16  -83.54

TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL AIR     LEON                TASF1         5.07
30.40  -84.36

COOKS HAMMOCK                LAFAYETTE                         5.04
29.92  -83.28

VALDOSTA REGIONAL AIRPOR     LOWNDES                           4.98
30.78  -83.28

1 ENE MOODY AFB              LOWNDES                           4.83
30.98  -83.19

3 NNE BLUE SPRINGS           TAYLOR              MOUG1         4.81
30.18  -83.75

MOULTRIE                     COLQUITT            MOUG1         4.81
31.17  -83.79

1 ESE BLUE SPRINGS           LOWNDES             QUTG1         4.69
30.78  -83.44

4 ENE PINE PARK              THOMAS              TMLG1         4.57
30.88  -84.05

4 NW VALDOSTA                LOWNDES             VDRG1         4.07
30.88  -83.33

PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT          TAYLOR              PERF1         4.00
30.07  -83.58

1 SE PERRY                   TAYLOR              PERF1         4.00
30.10  -83.57

2 SSE HILLSDALE              TIFT                TIGAX         3.80
31.44  -83.59

4 NNE LAKE RIVERSIDE         THOMAS              CLDG1         3.45
31.00  -83.94

3 WSW IRWINVILLE             IRWIN               IVLG1         3.42
31.63  -83.42

1 S THOMASVILLE              THOMAS              DW2427        3.23
30.83  -83.98

APALACHICLA MUNI AIRPORT     FRANKLIN                          3.00
29.73  -85.03

3 SE CAMILLA                 MITCHELL            CAMG1         2.84
31.20  -84.17

REMARKS: COOP.



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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WORTH...WATER COVERING ROAD IN 3 SPOTS ON OUTLAW RD EAST OF BURDETTE
RD WHICH IS 5 MILES SSW OF TY TY.

TIFT...3RD ST IS CLOSED BETWEEN MAGNOLIA DR AND COMMERCE WAY IN
TIFTON DUE TO 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      4.17   3.89  02/0348  UNKNOWN

TAYLOR           STEINHATCHEE     -9999.00   8.70  02/0115     NONE

WAKULLA          SAINT MARKS      -9999.00   6.91  02/0332     NONE

BAY              PANAMA CITY BEA  -9999.00   2.43  01/0700    MINOR

BAY              PANAMA CITY MAR  -9999.00   2.38  01/1200     NONE

WAKULLA          CURTIS MILL      -9999.00   6.68  02/0000  UNKNOWN

WAKULLA          SPRING CREEK     -9999.00   7.54  02/0000  UNKNOWN

JEFFERSON        NUTALL RISE      -9999.00   7.97  02/0300  UNKNOWN

DIXIE            GOPHER RIVER     -9999.00   7.79  02/0400  UNKNOWN

WAKULLA          ST MARKS LIGHTH  -9999.00   7.92  02/0200  UNKNOWN

TAYLOR           ECONFINA RIVER   9999.00   9.08  02/0300  UNKNOWN

TAYLOR           SPRING WARRIOR   -9999.00  10.33  02/0400  UNKNOWN

TAYLOR           JABO ROAD        -9999.00   9.69  02/0300  UNKNOWN

TAYLOR           KEATON BEACH     -9999.00   9.31  02/0400  UNKNOWN

DIXIE            SHIRED CREEK     -9999.00   8.74  02/0400  UNKNOWN


REMARKS: APPROXIMATE INUNDATION (HEIGHT ABOVE MEAN HIGHER HIGH
WATER):
 PANAMA CITY BEACH.......1.71 FT
 PANAMA CITY MARINA......1.60 FT
 APALACHICOLA............3.04 FT
 CURTIS MILL (US-319)....5.29 FT
 SPRING CREEK ENTRANCE...5.91 FT
 TOWN OF SAINT MARKS.....5.08 FT
 SAINT MARKS LIGHTHOUSE..6.28 FT
 NUTALL RISE (AUCILLA R).6.07 FT
 ECONFINA RIVER SP.......7.17 FT
 SPRING WARRIOR CREEK....8.57 FT
 JABO ROAD (TAYLOR CTY)..7.94 FT (ESTIMATED)
 KEATON BEACH............7.57 FT
 STEINHATCHEE (ENTRANCE).7.30 FT
 STEINHATCHEE RIVER......7.05 FT
 SHIRED CREEK (DIXIE)....7.24 FT
 GOPHER RIVER (DIXIE)....6.19 FT

 INLAND NOTABLES...SUWANNEE RIVER AT FOWLERS BLUFF (FWBF1)...6.54 FT
NGVD29 (MINOR FLOOD)

 STORM SURGE WAS NOTED UP THE SUWANNEE RIVER PAST THE US-19 GAGE AT
WILCOX (WCXF1)...WHICH IS MORE THAN 20 RIVER MILES FROM THE MOUTH OF
THE RIVER.

 WAKULLA RIVER AT WAKULLA SPRINGS SP (WKRF1)...7.49 FT NGVD29. 2ND
HIGHEST CREST ON RECORD AND 1.5 FEET LOWER THAN DENNIS (2005).



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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6 WNW STEINHATCHEE           TAYLOR           02/0007          EF0
29.67  -83.40

NO DAMAGE. REPORT RELAYED VIA BROADCAST MEDIA FROM LAW ENFORCEMENT.

5 ENE ADAMS BEACH            TAYLOR           02/0036          EF0
29.90  -83.55

MEDIA REPORT ON TWITTER THAT A TAYLOR COUNTY DEPUTY REPORTED A
TORNADO NEAR KEATON BEACH WITH NO DAMAGE.

1 SSW SALEM                  TAYLOR           02/0239          EF0
29.87  -83.42

A STORM CHASER REPORTED A TORNADO ON THE GROUND WITH POWER FLASHES
VISIBLE IN RURAL TAYLOR COUNTY.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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TAYLOR               0                 0                     11

SIX RESCUED FROM HIGH WATER RELATED TO SURGE IN STEINHATCHEE. THERE
WERE FIVE OTHER RESCUES IN THE COUNTY. 75 HOMES OR BUSINESSES
SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE...60 MINOR DAMAGE AND 140 OTHERWISE AFFECTED.

COOK                 0                 1                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. TREE ACROSS HWY 41 AT DARDEN RD CAUSED A
TRAFFIC CRASH WHICH RESULTED IN AN INJURY.

GRADY                0                 0                     0

55 TO 60 TREES DOWN ACROSS ROADWAYS. 2800 LOST POWER. MAIN DAMAGE
WAS ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST PART OF THE COUNTY FROM THE SPENCE AREA TO
WHIGHAM.

THOMAS               0                 0                     0

70 TREES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

COLQUITT             0                 0                     0

125 TREES DOWN OVER ROADS. ONE HOME SUSTAINED TREE DAMAGE. POWER
OUTAGES ACROSS MUCH OF THE COUNTY.

LIBERTY              0                 0                     0

SPORADIC POWER OUTAGES.

DOUGHERTY            0                 0                     0

TWO ROOFS DAMAGED BY FALLEN LIMBS. ONE TREE DOWN THAT DID NOT CAUSE
DAMAGE. SPOTTY POWER OUTAGES. ABOUT 200 LOST POWER AT ONE TIME OR
ANOTHER.

LANIER               0                 0                     0

DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES. MANY TREES DOWNED IN PECAN ORCHARDS.

BAY                  0                 0                     0

BEACH EROSION AND RIP CURRENTS.

MITCHELL             0                 0                     0

26 TREES DOWN IN ROADWAYS INCLUDING 7 IN THE CITY OF PELHAM...5 IN
THE CITY OF CAMILLA AND 14 ELSEWHERE IN THE COUNTY. MINIMAL POWER
INTERRUPTIONS.

FRANKLIN             0                 0                     0

MANDATORY EVACUATION OF RESIDENTS ON SAINT GEORGE ISLAND AND
CAUSEWAY CLOSED. SURGE FLOODING REPORTED IN APALACHICOLA...CARRABLLE
BEACH AND ALLIGATOR POINT. WIND GUST AT CARRABELLE BEACH OF 50 MPH
WITH SUSTAINED 33 TO 39 MPH. 27 HOMES OR BUSINESSES WERE
DESTROYED...43 SUFFERED MAJOR DAMAGE...102 MINOR DAMAGE AND 100
OTHERS AFFECTED IN SOME WAY.

DIXIE                0                 0                     0

MANDATORY EVACUATIONS ORDERED. 61 HOMES OR BUSINESSES WERE
DESTROYED. 540 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE...322 MINOR DAMAGE AND 660
OTHER AFFECTED IN SOME WAY.

WAKULLA              0                 0                     0

MANDATORY EVACUATIONS ORDERED FOR SPECIAL NEEDS AND ZONE A
RESIDENTS. 133 TREES DOWN ON ROADWAYS ACROSS THE COUNTY. 115 POWER
LINES DOWN. ONE HOME OR BUSINESS DESTROYED. FOUR SUSTAINED MAJOR
DAMAGE...43 MINOR DAMAGE AND 11 OTHER AFFECTED IN SOME WAY. 14759
CUSTOMERS LOST POWER ACROSS THE COUNTY.

LEON                 0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED ACROSS THE CITY OF
TALLAHASSEE AND COUNTYWIDE. 26 HOMES WERE DESTROYED WITH 162
SUFFERING MAJOR DAMAGE...238 MINOR DAMAGE AND 214 OTHERWISE
IMPACTED. AN ESTIMATED 80 PERCENT OF CITY RESIDENTS LOST POWER WITH
ROUGHLY 145000 BUSINESSES AND RESIDENCES WITHOUT POWER COUNTYWIDE AT
THE PEAK OF THE OUTAGE. ON DAY SIX OF THE OUTAGE...THERE ARE STILL
3685 CITY RESIDENTS WITHOUT POWER. THE PEAK WIND GUST WE HAVE BEEN
ABLE TO FIND THUS FAR WAS 64 MPH ON THE FSU CAMPUS AT THE DOAK
CAMPBELL STADIUM WEATHERSTEM SITE.

MADISON              0                 0                     0

MULTIPLE TREES DOWN.

WORTH                0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. TREES FELL ACROSS WYNN DRIVE
AND WA PATTERSON RD. BRANCHES FELL ON A VEHICLE ON HIGHWAY 256 WEST
OF DEERLAND ROAD.

TIFT                 0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ON ROADWAYS...MAINLY ON THE
SOUTH AND WEST SIDE OF THE COUNTY. HIGHWAY 41S CLOSED AT ADCOCK RD
DUE TO A DOWNED TREE. US 125N ALSO CLOSED DUE TO A TREE.

LOWNDES              0                 0                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY INCLUDING HUNDREDS IN
THE CITY OF VALDOSTA AND ABOUT 1000 PECAN TREES. ESTIMATED DAMAGE TO
THE PECAN CROP WAS AROUND $3 MILLION. APPROXIMATELY 90 ROADS WERE
CLOSED MAINLY DUE TO DOWNED POWER LINES. PROPERTY DAMAGE ESTIMATES
ARE AROUND $1 MILLION. ABOUT 31000 COUNTY CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. UP
TO 117000 GALLONS OF SEWAGE SPILLS OCCURRED DUE TO SEWER SYSTEM
BEING OVERWHELMED BY HEAVY RAIN.

JEFFERSON            0                 0                     0

TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN COUNTYWIDE.

BERRIEN              0                 0                     0

SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN.

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Legend:
I-Incomplete Data
E-Estimated

GODSEY





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