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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE ISAIAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WILMINGTON NC
651 AM EDT SUN AUG 9 2020


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 ISAIAS
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BLADEN...BRUNSWICK...COLUMBUS...DARLINGTON...
DILLON...FLORENCE...GEORGETOWN...HORRY...MARION...MARLBORO...
NEW HANOVER...PENDER...ROBESON...WILLIAMSBURG






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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KCRE-NORTH MYRTLE BEACH/GRAND STRAND SC
33.81 -78.72  993.2   04/0220   350/029  04/0217   360/046 04/0216

KILM-WILMINGTON NC
34.28 -77.92  992.6   04/0410   140/041  04/0343   140/064 04/0343

KMYR-MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC
33.69 -78.93  997.2   04/0156   300/037  04/0245   300/046 04/0244

KGGE-GEORGETOWN SC
33.31 -79.32  1001.0  04/0035   340/027  04/0035   340/043 04/0135

KCPC-WHITEVILLE/COLUMBUS CO MUNI NC
34.28 -78.71  996.9   04/0355   310/024  04/0335   300/037 04/0355

KEYF-ELIZABETHTOWN/C L BROWN JR FLD NC
34.60 -78.58  998.2   04/0415   310/029  04/0455   310/044 04/0455

KSUT-SOUTHPORT/BRUNSWICK CO NC
33.93 -78.07  991.5   04/0315   110/039  04/0235   110/057 04/0235

KHYW-CONWAY SC
33.83 -79.12  1003.0  04/0215   010/021  04/0055   010/030 04/0115

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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BALD HEAD ISLAND-NC ECONET NC
33.85 -77.97  995.1   04/0214   240/052  04/0221   240/060 04/0223
                                 10/02

CASTLE HAYNE-NC ECONET NC
34.32 -77.92  992.4   04/0315   100/035  04/0226   100/051 04/0227
                                 10/02

NBAC-HOLLY SHELTER-BACK ISLAND RAWS NC
34.53 -77.72                    140/022  04/0400   140/057 04/0400
                                 06/10

NSUN-SUNNY POINT RAWS NC
34.00 -77.96                    250/028  04/0300   250/055 04/0300
                                 06/10

NNAC-GREEN SWAMP-NATURE CONSERVANCY RAWS NC
34.05 -78.29                    260/013  04/0400   010/049 04/0300
                                 06/10

NWHI-WHITEVILLE RAWS NC
34.34 -78.73                    320/017  04/0300   320/043 04/0300
                                 06/10

SHOR-HORRY COUNTY RAWS SC
33.94 -79.08                    360/010  04/0100   360/036 04/0100
                                 06/10

WINYAH BAY RANGE A REAR LIGHT (WEATHERFLOW) SC
33.19 -79.18  995.0   04/0033   999/047  03/2308   999/060 03/2308
                                 15/02

GEORGETOWN (WEATHERFLOW) SC
33.37 -79.27  998.0   04/0043   360/028  04/0108   360/041 04/0043
                                 10/02

MURRELLS INLET (WEATHERFLOW) SC
33.52 -79.03  996.0   04/0110   010/034  03/2340   010/044 03/2340
                                 07/02

LAKE ARROWHEAD SC
33.78 -78.77  991.0   04/0222   300/018  04/0212   300/043 04/0302
                                 10/02

LOCKWOODS FOLLY INLET (WEATHERFLOW) NC
33.92 -78.23  989.0   04/0307   150/044  04/0217   150/067 04/0217
                                 06/02

OAK ISLAND (WEATHERFLOW) NC
33.91 -78.12  989.0   04/0321   140/054  04/0241   140/076 04/0236
                                 10/02

KNCSUPPL23-HOLDEN BEACH NC
33.91 -78.28                    999/999            110/063 04/0224

KNCOAKIS30-OAK ISLAND-SW YACHT DR. NC
33.92 -78.19  989.2   04/0309   999/999            130/072 04/0234

KSCNORTH95-CRESCENT BEACH-TILGHMAN ESTATES SC
33.83 -78.66  992.6   04/0224   999/999            999/061 04/0314

KSCGEORG29-GEORGETOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SC
33.38 -79.29  1001.0  04/0041   999/999            110/040 03/2236

KNCWILMI201-SCOTTS HILL-INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY NC
34.31 -77.73                    999/999            110/047 04/0308

SURF CITY BRIDGE NC
34.43 -77.55                    999/042  04/0405   999/072 04/0505
                                 20/02



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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41013-FRYING PAN SHOALS NC BUOY
33.44 -77.73  998.8   04/0210   140/043  04/0130   170/056 04/0230
                                 04/08

JMPN7-JOHNNY MERCER PIER WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH NC
34.21 -77.79  993.5   04/0400   170/060  04/0406   170/074 04/0406
                                 08/02

41038-BUOY 5 MILES SOUTHEAST OF WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH
34.10 -77.70  995.0   04/0408   180/045  04/0408   170/066 04/0353
                                 03/08

41037-BUOY 27 MILES SOUTHEAST OF WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH NC
33.99 -77.36  1004.5  04/0308   220/039  04/0408   220/056 04/0408
                                 03/08

NIWS1-NORTH INLET WINYAH BAY
33.35 -79.19  999.0   04/0100   320/026  04/0145   999/999
                                 05/02

FRYING PAN SHOALS TOWER (PRIVATELY OWNED)
33.49 -77.59                    999/999            140/090 04/0310
                                 41/02

41024-SUNSET NEARSHORE BUOY
33.85 -78.48  988.3   04/0223   290/043  04/0338   290/066 04/0338
                                 03/08

REMARKS:


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0600 UTC AUG 03 UNTIL 0600 UTC AUG 04
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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PAWLEYS ISLAND 2.4 NW        GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-42      6.80
33.44  -79.16

GEORGETOWN 6.0 S             GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-4       6.54
33.28  -79.29

GEORGETOWN                   GEORGETOWN          GEOS1         5.80
33.32  -79.32

WINYAH BAY NORTH INLET       GEORGETOWN          NIWS1         5.79
33.35  -79.19

PAWLEY`S ISLAND 0.8 WNW      GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-26      5.53
33.43  -79.14

GEORGETOWN 11.2 SW           GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-38      5.32
33.23  -79.41

GEORGETOWN 1.0 E             GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-27      5.31
33.37  -79.28

PAWLEYS ISLAND 2.6 N         GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-24      5.08
33.46  -79.12

LELAND 5.7 WSW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-2       5.05
33.91  -78.59

PAWLEYS ISLAND 3.0 WNW       GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-36      4.96
33.44  -79.17

LELAND 4.2 WNW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-95      4.89
34.27  -78.07

MYRTLE BEACH 8.9 WSW         HORRY               SC-HR-119     4.85
33.64  -79.03

MURRELLS INLET 0.3 SSW       GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-2       4.50
33.55  -79.05

MURRELLS INLET 4.0 NE        HORRY               SC-HR-14      4.49
33.60  -79.01

PAWLEYS ISLAND 5.6 NNE       GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-9       4.31
33.49  -79.08

CALABASH 1.9 NNE             BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-1       4.26
33.92  -78.57

MURRELLS INLET 1.9 NNE       HORRY               SC-HR-122     4.15
33.58  -79.04

MURRELLS INLET 0.9 NNE       GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-19      4.06
33.57  -79.05

MURRELLS INLET 1.7 N         HORRY               SC-HR-63      4.00
33.58  -79.05

MYRTLE BEACH 9.2 WSW         HORRY               SC-HR-66      3.95
33.62  -79.03

MYRTLE BEACH 8.4 WNW         HORRY               SC-HR-67      3.95
33.74  -79.02

PAWLEY`S ISLAND 1.8 W        GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-33      3.91
33.42  -79.16

WHITEVILLE RAWS              COLUMBUS            NHWI          3.91
34.34  -78.73

ELIZABETHTOWN 6.2 NW         BLADEN              NC-BD-2       3.88
34.69  -78.69

BURGAW 0.3 NE                PENDER              NC-PD-22      3.85
34.55  -77.93

SOCASTEE 3.3 SW              HORRY               SC-HR-111     3.84
33.65  -79.05

WHITEVILLE (NC ECONET)       COLUMBUS            WHIT          3.77
34.41  -78.79

MYRTLE BEACH 8.4 WNW         HORRY               SC-HR-27      3.76
33.72  -79.03

BOLIVIA 6.2 SSW              BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-96      3.73
33.99  -78.20

WHITEVILLE 6.1 NW            COLUMBUS            NC-CL-25      3.68
34.38  -78.79

OAK ISLAND 0.9 ENE           BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-56      3.66
33.92  -78.15

MYRTLE BEACH 5.0 WNW         HORRY               SC-HR-46      3.64
33.73  -78.97

MYRTLE BEACH 5.2 SW          HORRY               SC-HR-73      3.56
33.65  -78.96

MYRTLE BEACH 4.8 NNW         HORRY               SC-HR-106     3.55
33.76  -78.92

LONG BEACH 2.0 NE            BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-93      3.53
33.94  -78.13

BOLIVIA 8.0 SW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-73      3.52
33.99  -78.24

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH 3.5 E     HORRY               SC-HR-109     3.50
33.86  -78.62

LELAND 1.4 WNW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-98      3.45
34.25  -78.03

LONGS                        HORRY               BCLS1         3.42
33.95  -78.72

BOLIVIA 7.8 SW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-71      3.38
34.00  -78.25

MYRTLE BEACH 4.5 NNW         HORRY               SC-HR-123     3.38
33.76  -78.93

GEORGETOWN 13.3 NW           GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-44      3.35
33.52  -79.43

LONGS 2.6 NNW                HORRY               SC-HR-116     3.33
33.97  -78.74

NATURE CONSERVANCY RAWS      BRUNSWICK           NNAC          3.32
34.05  -78.29

MYRTLE BEACH                 HORRY               MYBS1         3.31
33.75  -78.82

HEMINGWAY 6.3 SE             GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-15      3.22
33.68  -79.38

TABOR CITY 3.5 NE            COLUMBUS            NC-CL-26      3.20
34.19  -78.84

BLADENBORO 2.0 NNW           BLADEN              NC-BD-1       3.18
34.57  -78.81

BOLIVIA 7.6 SW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-45      3.18
33.99  -78.23

MYRTLE BEACH 2.4 ENE         HORRY               SC-HR-64      3.15
33.72  -78.86

SUNSET BEACH 1.7 WNW         BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-6       3.14
33.88  -78.54

SURFSIDE BEACH 1.0 NE        HORRY               SC-HR-39      3.05
33.62  -78.97

GEORGETOWN 5.3 NNE           GEORGETOWN          SC-GT-1       3.04
33.43  -79.25

MYRTLE BEACH AIRPORT         HORRY               KMYR          2.97
33.69  -78.93

HORRY RAWS                   HORRY               SHOR          2.94
33.94  -79.08

MYRTLE BEACH 7.4 NNW         HORRY               SC-HR-75      2.92
33.79  -78.96

OAK ISLAND 2.3 E             BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-35      2.90
33.92  -78.12

HOLDEN BEACH 1.7 ENE         BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-83      2.85
33.91  -78.28

NICHOLS 2.5 ESE              MARION              SC-MN-9       2.85
34.22  -79.11

LELAND 3.5 SSW               BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-76      2.83
34.19  -78.03

CRABTREE SWAMP               HORRY               CSCS1         2.81
33.86  -79.04

WHITEVILLE                   COLUMBUS            KCPC          2.78
34.28  -78.71

SOUTHPORT 5.8 W              BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-85      2.75
33.93  -78.12

CAPE FEAR RIVER LOCK AND     BLADEN              CFPN7         2.75
34.40  -78.29

WILMINGTON 3.7 S             NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-66      2.74
34.16  -77.92

LORIS 1.4 ENE                HORRY               SC-HR-19      2.74
34.07  -78.87

TURNBULL CREEK RAWS          BLADEN              NTUR          2.74
34.68  -78.58

LUMBERTON 8.6 SSE            ROBESON             NC-RB-17      2.73
34.51  -78.97

SUNSET BEACH 2.5 NE          BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-90      2.72
33.90  -78.48

LONGS 1.3 NW                 HORRY               SC-HR-65      2.72
33.95  -78.75

3 ENE WILMINGTON             NEW HANOVER                       2.69
34.24  -77.91

ELIZABETHTOWN 66. NW         BLADEN              NC-BD-15      2.67
34.69  -78.70

WILMINGTON 2.8 SE            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-82      2.67
34.18  -77.88

CONWAY 9.2 NNE               HORRY               SC-HR-71      2.58
33.97  -79.02

LUMBERTON 2.3 NE             ROBESON             NC-RB-9       2.54
34.66  -78.99

BACK ISLAND RAWS             PENDER              NBAC          2.52
34.53  -77.72

SOUTHPORT 5.9 W              BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-13      2.47
33.94  -78.12

CASTLE HAYNE 1.6 NNW         PENDER              NC-PD-13      2.45
34.38  -77.91

BALD HEAD ISLAND (NC ECO     BRUNSWICK           BALD          2.45
33.85  -77.97

GALIVANTS FERRY              HORRY               GALS1         2.45
34.06   79.25

SOUTHPORT 2.7 NNW            BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-61      2.44
33.96  -78.04

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH           HORRY               KCRE          2.38
33.81  -78.72

ELIZABETHTOWN                BLADEN              KEYF          2.34
34.60  -78.58

MYRTLE BEACH 5.0 NNW         HORRY               SC-HR-20      2.28
33.77  -78.91

WILMINGTON 6.2 SSE           NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-46      2.25
34.13  -77.87

HAMPSTEAD 4.1 WNW            PENDER              NC-PD-31      2.23
34.39  -77.78

WILLIAM O. HUSKE LOCK AN     BLADEN              DRTN7         2.20
34.83  -78.82

CASTLE HAYNE (NC ECONET)     NEW HANOVER         CAST          2.17
34.32  -77.92

LUMBER RIVER STATE PARK      ROBESON             LRPN7         2.14
34.63  -79.03

REAVES FERRY                 HORRY               ACWS1         2.14
33.85  -78.90

CONWAY                       HORRY               KHYW          2.13
33.83  -79.12

SOUTHPORT 1.0 NE             BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-14      2.10
33.93  -78.01

WRIGHTSBORO 2.9 ENE          NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-88      2.10
34.30  -77.88

MULLINS                      MARION              MULS1         2.10
34.19  -79.25

WHITEVILLE SOULES SWAMP      COLUMBUS            WHSN7         2.08
34.32  -78.71

CAROLINA BEACH 1.0 N         NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-62      2.03
34.05  -77.90

LONG BEACH 2.9 NE            BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-7       2.01
33.94  -78.11

LUMBERTON                    ROBESON             LBRN7         2.00
34.63  -79.03

CAROLINA BEACH 0.4 WSW       NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-73      1.97
34.04  -77.90

WILMINGTON 3.0 SE            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-58      1.95
34.18  -77.87

WILMINGTON                   NEW HANOVER         KILM          1.95
34.28  -77.92

SUNNY POINT RAWS             BRUNSWICK           NSUN          1.94
34.00  -77.96

WILMINGTON 10.0 NE           NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-77      1.90
34.29  -77.77

WILMINGTON 6.7 NE            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-81      1.88
34.27  -77.81

FAIR BLUFF                   ROBESON             FBLN7         1.87
34.31  -79.04

TOPSAIL BEACH 2.1 W          PENDER              NC-PD-28      1.85
34.38  -77.67

PEMBROKE                     ROBESON             PMBN7         1.85
34.68  -79.24

WILMINGTON 7.3 NE            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-68      1.82
34.28  -77.81

CONWAY 6.2 E                 HORRY               SC-HR-61      1.81
33.83  -78.95

SMITH CREEK 0.8 E            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-63      1.75
34.26  -77.85

WILMINGTON 7.3 NE            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-83      1.66
34.29  -77.83

SOUTHPORT 0.9 NE             BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-53      1.61
33.93  -78.01

HOLDEN BEACH 1.8 ENE         BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-92      1.59
33.92  -78.28

FLORENCE                     FLORENCE            KFLO          1.58
34.19  -79.72

ANDREWS                      GEORGETOWN          ADWS1         1.58
33.44  -79.57

QUINBY                       FLORENCE            BCRS1         1.54
34.24  -79.75

WILMINGTON 8.0 ENE           NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-10      1.52
34.25  -77.81

MASONBORO 0.5 SSE            NEW HANOVER         NC-NH-85      1.47
34.16  -77.86

LUMBERTON RAWS               ROBESON             NLUM          1.38
34.60  -79.08

MASONBORO ISLAND             NEW HANOVER         NOXN7         1.38
34.16  -77.85

LELAND 4.1 S                 BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-78      1.35
34.18  -78.02

MARION 01 RAWS               MARION              SMAR          1.21
34.19  -79.34

MARION 2.2 S                 MARION              SC-MN-7       1.18
34.14  -79.40

DARLINGTON                   DARLINGTON          DLGS1         1.15
34.29  -79.88

FLORENCE 1.2 NNE             FLORENCE            SC-FL-25      1.12
34.20  -79.77

CLIO 1.6 WNW                 MARLBORO            SC-MB-11      0.89
34.59  -79.57

DARLINGTON 0.3 ENE           DARLINGTON          SC-DR-33      0.78
34.30  -79.86

FLORENCE 2.1 SW              FLORENCE            SC-FL-13      0.78
34.16  -79.81

BENNETTSVILLE 1.2 SE         MARLBORO            SC-MB-2       0.68
34.62  -79.67

DILLON 3.8 NW                DILLON              SC-DL-4       0.65
34.46  -79.41

FLORENCE 5.1 W               FLORENCE            SC-FL-6       0.64
34.19  -79.86

HARTSVILLE 1.7 NW            DARLINGTON          SC-DR-7       0.59
34.39  -80.11

EFFINGHAM 3.3 W              FLORENCE            SC-FL-28      0.55
34.06  -79.81

HARTSVILLE 3.6 WSW           DARLINGTON          SC-DR-38      0.51
34.35  -80.14

KINGSTREE                    WILLIAMSBURG        KCKI          0.50
33.72  -79.86

BENNETTSVILLE                MARLBORO            KBBP          0.47
34.60  -79.70

LELAND 1.4 SW                BRUNSWICK           NC-BR-89      0.43
34.23  -78.03

HARTSVILLE 5.4 WSW           DARLINGTON          SC-DR-20      0.41
34.35  -80.17

HARTSVILLE 0.9 W             DARLINGTON          SC-DR-43      0.38
34.37  -80.10

FLORENCE 6.1 W               FLORENCE            SC-FL-24      0.35
34.17  -79.89

HARTSVILLE 1.8 W             DARLINGTON          SC-DR-10      0.29
34.37  -80.12

DARLINGTON 7.3 SSW           DARLINGTON          SC-DR-4       0.28
34.20  -79.91



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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E. MAXIMUM OBSERVED WATER LEVEL (WL)...
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ID     CITY/TOWN       COUNTY     STATE  WL  DATUM  DATE/   SOURCE
       OR LOCATION                      (FT)        TIME
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MROS1  SPRINGMAID PIER HORRY        SC  4.58 MHHW   04/0106 NOS
33.6550  -78.9183

WLON7  WILMINGTON      NEW HANOVER  NC  4.19 MHHW   04/0500 NOS
34.2275  -77.9536

JMPN7  WRIGHTSVILLE BE NEW HANOVER  NC  2.64 MHHW   04/0042 NOS
34.2133  -77.7867

NITS1  OYSTER LANDING  GEORGETOWN   SC  3.52 MHHW   04/0112 NOS
33.3517  -79.1867

       UNCW CENTER FOR NEW HANOVER  NC  3.70 MHHW   04/0115 OTHER
34.1401  -77.8625

REMARKS:


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 BELVILLE               BRUNSWICK        4/0200           EF1  -
34.21  -77.99

A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST SOUTHWEST OF HIGHLAND SHORES SUBDIVISION
NEAR THE BRUNSWICK RIVER BEFORE TRACKING NORTHWEST ACROSS RIVER ROAD
AND ACROSS JACKEY`S CREEK LANE, PRODUCING MOSTLY SCATTERED TREE
DAMAGE. MORE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED AS THE TORNADO MOVED
THROUGH THE OLDE TOWNE SUBDIVISION, INCLUDING ROOF DAMAGE, A
PARTIALLY COLLAPSED GARAGE DOOR, AND CHIMNEY DAMAGE. A CONSIDERABLE
NUMBER OF TREES WERE ALSO SNAPPED AND UPROOTED ALONG BOTH SOUTH OLDE
TOWNE WYND SE AND NORTH OLDE TOWNE WYND SE. THIS INCLUDED MULTIPLE
LARGE PINE TREES UP TO TWO FEET IN DIAMETER. THE TORNADO THEN
APPEARED TO PRODUCE SPOTTY TREE AND ROOF DAMAGE AS IT CROSSED
KINGSWORTH LANE, BEFORE ULTIMATELY LIFTING JUST NORTH OF CHAPPELL
LOOP ROAD SE.

SOUTHPORT                    BRUNSWICK        4/0000           EF2  -
33.92  -78.02

SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO SWATHS OF VEGETATION WHICH STARTED NEAR THE
EAST BEACH AREA OF BALD HEAD ISLAND WHERE A STRONG WATERSPOUT MOVED
ONSHORE. THE TORNADO ALSO CAUSED DAMAGE TO HOMES INCLUDING ROOF LOSS
AND BLOWN IN WINDOWS AS IT MOVED TOWARD THE NORTHWEST. THE TORNADO
MOVED ACROSS BALD HEAD CREEK INTO THE DOGWOOD RIDGE TRAIL AREA WHERE
SOME OF THE MOST EXTENSIVE DAMAGE WAS FOUND. THE TORNADO THEN
CROSSED PORTIONS OF CAPE CREEK AND ACROSS THE CAPE FEAR RIVER COMING
ONSHORE AGAIN NEAR WEST BAY ST. THE TORNADO CAUSED DAMAGE TO HOMES
AND ESPECIALLY TREES FROM W. WEST ST. TO W. 9TH ST., ROBET RUAK DR.,
BONNER BUSSELLS DR. SE, PRIOR TO LIFTING NEAR DUTCHMAN CREEK OUTLET
CHANNEL.

BOLIVIA                      BRUNSWICK        4/0017           EF0  -
34.07  -78.15

THE TORNADO IMPACTED A SMALL AREA NEAR LAW ROAD SE AND OLD OCEAN
HIGHWAY EAST NEAR THE BRUNSWICK COUNTY GOVERNMENT COMPLEX. THE
TORNADO MAINLY CAUSED DAMAGE TO TREES AND LIFTED AFTER CROSSING
OCEAN HIGHWAY EAST/HIGHWAY 17.

2 SE LELAND                  BRUNSWICK        04/0045          EF1  -
34.24  -78.02

A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ANDREW JACKSON
HIGHWAY (HIGHWAY 74) AND OCEAN HIGHWAY EAST (HIGHWAY 17). THIS WAS
CHARACTERIZED BY A FEW SNAPPED PINE TREES. ADDITIONAL TREES WERE
SNAPPED ALONG THE PATH NEAR OLD FAYETTEVILLE ROAD, WAYNE STREET NE,
VILLAGE ROAD NE, AND OLD MILL ROAD NE, ALTHOUGH TREE DAMAGE WAS
SPOTTY IN NATURE.

3 W GREEN SWAMP              BRUNSWICK        04/0015          EF1  -
34.12  -78.32

A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG GREEN SWAMP ROAD AND SNAPPED
APPROXIMATELY 20 LARGE PINE TREES ON THE WEST SIDE, UP TO 20 INCHES
IN DIAMETER. A LOWER DEGREE OF TREE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED ON THE EAST
SIDE OF THE ROAD. IT IS SUSPECTED THAT ADDITIONAL DAMAGE EXTENDED
FURTHER INTO THE GREEN SWAMP, HOWEVER THE AREA WAS INACCESSIBLE.

GARDEN CITY BEACH            HORRY            04/0020          EF0  -
33.57  -79.00

WATERSPOUT MOVED ONSHORE NEAR 813 SOUTH WACCAMAW DR IN GARDEN CITY.
IT CAUSED DAMAGE TO A FEW HOMES AS IT QUICKLY MOVED ACROSS THE
ISLAND. IT DISSIPATED OVER THE ADJACENT MARSHES WEST OF THE ISLAND.
ONE INJURY OCCURRED AT ONE OF THE HOMES ALONG THE BEACH FRONT.



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

WATERFRONT SHOPS IN SOUTHPORT SUFFERED THREE FEET OF WATER
INUNDATION DURING THE STORM SURGE. BULKHEADS WERE ERODED ALONG EAST
BAY STREET AND THE SIDEWALK COLLAPSED. DAMAGE WAS SEVERE AT THE
SOUTHPORT MARINA WHERE DOZENS OF BOATS WERE LIFTED BY THE TIDE AND
PILED TOGETHER. APPROXIMATELY 20 BOATS FROM THE MARINA, INCLUDING
ONE 36 FEET IN LENGTH, WERE PUSHED OVER A QUARTER OF A MILE THROUGH
THE MARSH TO LAND AT THE INDIGO PLANTATION NEIGHBORHOOD. THE STATE
FERRY DOCK AT SOUTHPORT WAS ALSO DAMAGED. THE MANAGER OF THE FORT
ANDERSON STATE HISTORIC SITE SAID JUST AS MANY TREES WERE LOST IN
ISAIAS AS DURING HURRICANE FLORENCE TWO YEARS AGO. AT LEAST ONE
AIRPLANE WAS DAMAGED AFTER BEING TORN FROM ITS TIE-DOWN STRAPS BY
THE WIND AT THE CAPE FEAR JETPORT IN SOUTHPORT. ON OAK ISLAND, STORM
SURGE FLOODING DAMAGED OR DESTROYED AN ESTIMATED 75-100 VEHICLES.
SAND DUNES WERE WASHED ONTO STREETS UP TO THREE BLOCKS INLAND. AT
LEAST 60 HOMES WERE SERIOUSLY DAMAGED. NEWSPAPER PHOTOS SHOWED AT
LEAST ONE HOME MISSING HALF OF ITS ROOF. AT HOLDEN BEACH 42 OF THE
45 MONITORED SEA TURTLE NESTS ON THE ISLAND WERE DESTROYED BY STORM
SURGE. TOWN OFFICIALS ESTIMATE DAMAGE TO HOLDEN BEACH NEAR $40
MILLION. OCEAN ISLE BEACH SUFFERED SIGNIFICANT BEACH EROSION. THE
TOWN`S SAND DUNES WERE COMPLETELY FLATTENED BY STORM SURGE. SAND
BURIED MANY RESIDENTIAL STREETS AND YARDS. THE TOWN PIER WAS HEAVILY
DAMAGED. IN CASWELL BEACH, DAMAGE WAS WIDESPREAD TO TREES AND POWER
LINES, BUT BUILDINGS WERE LARGELY SPARED. BEACH EROSION WAS "SEVERE"
AND ABOUT HALF OF THIS SEASON`S SEA TURTLE NESTS WERE DESTROYED.
BALD HEAD ISLAND REPORTED TREE LIMBS DOWN, BUT WITH LITTLE
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. ACROSS BRUNSWICK COUNTY, 53000 CUSTOMERS WERE
WITHOUT ELECTRICITY AT THE HEIGHT OF THE STORM.

HORRY                0                 1                     0

THE MIDDLE OF PORTION OF SEA CABIN PIER IN CHERRY GROVE WAS
DESTROYED. EMERGENCY PERSONNEL PERFORMED RESCUES FROM FLOODED HOMES
IN CHERRY GROVE. VEHICLES WERE ALSO FLOODED AND DUNE EROSION WAS
SEVERE. MAIN STREET BETWEEN OCEAN BLVD AND HILLSIDE DRIVE WAS CLOSED
DUE TO FLOODING. STORM CHASER VIDEO SHOWED 12 TO 18 INCHES OF STORM
SURGE COVERING SEA MOUNTAIN HIGHWAY (SC ROUTE 9) FOUR BLOCKS IN FROM
THE BEACH. SAND DUNES IN NORTH MYRTLE BEACH WERE ERODED, AND ONE
FOOT OF WATER REACHED ABOUT A BLOCK INLAND. CITY OFFICIALS ESTIMATED
DAMAGE OF AT LEAST $2.4 MILLION. IN MYRTLE BEACH FLOODING CLOSED
OCEAN BLVD DURING HIGH TIDE. NORTH WACCAMAW DRIVE IN GARDEN CITY WAS
FLOODED BY STORM SURGE AND CLOSED FOR A TIME. ROAD GRADERS WERE USED
TO REMOVE SAND THE NEXT DAY. THERE WAS ONE INJURY DURING A TORNADO
ON GARDEN CITY BEACH.

GEORGETOWN           0                 0                     0

SAND AND STORM DEBRIS COVERED SOME ROADS ON PAWLEYS ISLAND, BUT
IMPACTS WERE LESS THAN THAT OBSERVED DURING HURRICANE DORIAN LAST
YEAR. SOUTH WACCAMAW DRIVE NEAR THE HORRY COUNTY LINE WAS COVERED IN
SAND BROUGHT IN BY THE TIDE. FRONT STREET IN GEORGETOWN WAS COVERED
IN ANKLE-DEEP WATER DURING HIGH TIDE. AROUND 1200 CUSTOMERS WERE
WITHOUT POWER IN GEORGETOWN COUNTY.

NEW HANOVER          0                 0                     0

WIND DAMAGE TO TREES AND POWER LINES WAS WIDESPREAD ACROSS NEW
HANOVER COUNTY. MOST TRAFFIC LIGHTS WERE OUT OF SERVICE DURING AND
IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM. A FEW BUSINESS SIGNS WERE BLOWN DOWN OR
SMASHED OUT BY THE FORCE OF THE WIND. SEVENTY PERCENT OF THE COUNTY,
OR ABOUT 85000 RESIDENTS, LOST ELECTRICAL SERVICE. STORM SURGE
FLOODING ALONG THE CAPE FEAR RIVER RESULTED IN THE HIGHEST STAGE
EVER OBSERVED AT DOWNTOWN WILMINGTON. NINE INCHES OF WATER FLOODED
MULTIPLE GROUND FLOOR SHOPS AND BUSINESSES ALONG NORTH WATER STREET.

PENDER               0                 0                     0

GENERALLY MINOR DAMAGE OCCURRED TO TREES AND POWER LINES DUE TO
WINDS, ESPECIALLY OVER THE COASTAL SECTION OF THE COUNTY. AT THE
HEIGHT OF THE STORM 27500 PEOPLE LOST ELECTRIC POWER. OVERALL DAMAGE
WAS LIGHT ENOUGH THAT THE COUNTY DID NOT PLAN TO OFFER STORM DEBRIS
PICKUP.

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E-ESTIMATED

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