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NWUS52 KCHS 180247
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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHARLESTON SC
1044 PM EDT TUE MAY 17 2022

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1006 PM     HIGH ASTR TIDES  1 E CHARLESTON          32.78N  79.93W
05/17/2022                   CHARLESTON         SC   TIDE GAGE

            CHTS1 MODERATE COASTAL FLOODING: A MAXIMUM TIDE LEVEL
            OF 7.86 FT MLLW (2.09 FT MHHW) WAS OBSERVED AT THE
            CHARLESTON HARBOR TIDE GAGE. MODERATE COASTAL FLOODING
            TYPICALLY BEGINS ALONG THE COASTS OF CHARLESTON AND
            COLLETON COUNTIES WHEN TIDE LEVELS REACH 7.5 FT MLLW
            (1.74 FT MHHW) IN THE CHARLESTON HARBOR.

1006 PM     HIGH ASTR TIDES  3 WNW FORT SCREVEN      32.03N  80.90W
05/17/2022                   CHATHAM            GA   TIDE GAGE

            FPKG1 MINOR COASTAL FLOODING: A MAXIMUM TIDE LEVEL OF
            9.76 FT MLLW (2.25 FT MHHW) WAS OBSERVED AT THE FORT
            PULASKI TIDE GAGE LOCATED NEAR THE SAVANNAH RIVER
            ENTRANCE. SHALLOW COASTAL FLOODING TYPICALLY BEGINS
            ALONG MUCH OF THE GEORGIA AND FAR SOUTHERN SOUTH
            CAROLINA COASTS WHEN TIDE LEVELS REACH 9.5 FT MLLW (2.0
            FT MHHW) AT FORT PULASKI.


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EVENT NUMBER CHS2200514
EVENT NUMBER CHS2200515

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