Post Storm Hurricane Report
Issued by NWS Lake Charles, LA

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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE LAURA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAKE CHARLES LA
0320 PM CDT MON OCT 19 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 LAURA
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...ACADIA...ALLEN...AVOYELLES...BEAUREGARD...
CALCASIEU...CAMERON...EVANGELINE...HARDIN...IBERIA...JASPER...
JEFFERSON...JEFFERSON DAVIS...LAFAYETTE...NEWTON...ORANGE...
RAPIDES...ST. LANDRY...ST. MARTIN...ST. MARY...TYLER...VERMILION...
VERNON...

SEP 04...UPDATED FOR...STORM IMPACT INFORMATION FOR COUNTIES

SEP 14...UPDATED FOR...ADDED MORE THAN FIFTY NON-METAR LOCATIONS
FROM THE TEXAS TECH HURRICANE RESEARCH TEAM. ADDED VERBIAGE FOR
FLOOD TYPE ON SEVERAL INLAND FLOOD REPORTS SOUTH OF INTERSTATE 10.
ADDED TWO MORE INDIRECT HEAT RELATED FATALITIES.

OCT 02...WFO BROWNSVILLE TX RESENT POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT FOR
HURRICANE LAURA TO IMPORT DATA INTO WFO LAKE CHARLES LA DATABASE.
CORRECTION MADE TO SOME MARINE OBSERVATIONS PRESSURES, WINDSPEEDS.
UPDATED WATER LEVELS WITH VERIFIED NOS DATA.

OCT 16...CORRECTED MINIMUM PRESSURES FOR KLCH, KPOE, KDRI. CORRECTED
WINDS FOR KLCH, KLFT, KARA, KAEX, KBPT.

OCT 19...ADDED SOME WATER LEVEL 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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KLCH-LAKE CHARLES MUN LA
30.12 -93.22  955.98  27/0720   110/085  27/0654 I 110/116 27/0642 I

KCWF-CHENNAULT INTL, LAKE CHARLES LA
30.21 -93.14  965.01  27/0735 I 130/066  27/0735 I 130/081 27/0735 I

KAEX-ALEXANDRIA INTL LA
31.33 -92.55  986.33  27/1240   150/054  27/1220   160/078 27/1226

KDRI-BEAUREGARD RGNL AP, DE RIDDER LA
30.83 -93.34  958.94  27/1015   050/042  27/0940   050/071 27/0940

KSCF-GOMEX SOUTH MARSH 268, LA AWOS-3 TX
29.12 -91.87  990.93  27/0025   120/056  27/0025   140/070 27/0145

KARA-NEW IBERIA/ACADIANA REGNL LA
30.03 -91.88  1000.89 27/0555   160/046  27/0931   160/066 27/0931

KBPT-BEAUMONT/PORT AR TX
29.95 -94.03  988.03  27/0639   330/042  27/0639   330/063 27/0639

K3R7-JENNINGS AP, JENNINGS LA
30.24 -92.67  991.06  27/0755   090/041  27/0555   110/063 27/0615

KPOE-FORT POLK (ARMY) LA
31.05 -93.18  969.50  27/1113   060/039  27/1010 I 060/061 27/1010

K5R8-DE QUINCY INDUSTRIAL AIR PARK LA
30.44 -93.47  955.22  27/0815 I 010/033  27/0735 I 020/059 27/0815 I

KUXL-SOUTHLAND FLD AP, SULPHUR LA
30.13 -93.38  988.44  27/0515 I 030/038  27/0515 I 030/056 27/0515 I

KBMT-BEAUMONT MUNI, BEAUMONT TX
30.07 -94.22  992.05  27/0715   330/042  27/0715   340/064 27/0735

KOPL-ST LANDRY PARISH AP, OPELOUSAS LA
30.56 -92.10  996.96  27/0855   140/030  27/0815   140/049 27/0915

KP92-SALT POINT LA
29.56 -91.53  1003.29 27/0459 I 130/028  27/0559 I 120/049 27/0459 I

KORG-ORANGE CNTY AP, ORANGE TX
30.07 -93.80  984.98  27/0615 I 340/033  27/0615 I 350/047 27/0555 I

KLFT-LAFAYETTE REGNL LA
30.20 -91.99  998.60  27/0610   170/031  27/0953   170/050 27/0953

KPTN-PATTERSON LA
29.71 -91.34  1003.40 27/0520   190/031  27/1303   200/045 27/1236

KACP-ALLEN PARISH AP, OAKDALE LA
30.75 -92.69  996.45  27/0615 I 050/015  27/0535 I 050/036 27/0615 I

KESF-ALEXANDRIA/ESLER LA
31.40 -92.30  996.60  27/0910 I 070/018  27/0855 I 070/036 27/0910 I

KJAS-JASPER/JASPER CO-BELL FIELD TX
30.89 -94.03  992.00  27/0730 I 010/019  27/0715 I 010/030 27/0715 I

KIYA-ABBEVILLE CHRIS CRUSTA MEM AP LA
29.98 -92.08  1001.12 27/0355 I 060/017  27/0355 I 060/028 27/0335 I

KBKB-FULLERTON LAND STRIP, FT. POLK LA
31.00 -92.97  992.27  27/0622 I 050/007  27/0431 I 060/021 27/0622 I

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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UF1T-FCMP T1 - WXFLOW LA
30.20 -93.15                    137/090  27/0700   137/115 27/0700
                                  10 M

XCAM-CAMERON - WXFLOW LA
29.78 -93.29                    077/088  27/0519   081/101 27/0522
                                  10 M

UF5T-FCMP T3 - WXFLOW LA
30.20 -93.37                    100/069  27/0702   100/096 27/0702
                                  10 M

LACL1-LACASSINE RAWS LA
30.00 -92.89                    135/054  27/0646   134/083 27/0646
                                 6.1 M

KRBT2-KIRBYVILLE RAWS TX
30.63 -93.83  978.67  27/0905   325/027  27/0905   317/069 27/1005
                                 6.1 M

LEVL1-VERNON RAWS LA
31.02 -93.19                    074/024  27/0959   058/064 27/1059
                                 6.1 M

HAKL1-HACKBERRY RAWS LA
29.89 -93.40                    042/038  27/0449 I 053/063 27/0449 I
                                 6.1 M

GARL1-EVANGELINE/GARDNER RAWS LA
31.19 -92.63                    178/024  27/1343   097/063 27/1143
                                 6.1 M

VRNL1-DOVE FIELD RAWS LA
31.03 -92.98                    123/022  27/1134   126/052 27/1134
                                 6.1 M

WVLT2-WOODVILLE RAWS TX
30.74 -94.43  985.78  27/1004   007/025  27/0904   008/044 27/1004
                                 6.1 M

FADT2-MCFADDIN RAWS TX
29.71 -94.12                    333/027  27/0535   307/041 27/0635
                                 6.1 M

WRRT2-SOUTHERN ROUGH RAWS TX
30.54 -94.35                    340/011  27/0838   309/035 27/1038
                                 6.1 M

TTU101-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 101 TX
29.95 -94.55  996.7             999/019            999/029
                                 2.25M

TTU102-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 102 LA
30.14 -93.59  952.2           I 999/071          I 999/089         I
                                 2.25M

TTU103-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 103 TX
29.72 -94.50  996.8             999/023            999/031
                                 2.25M

TTU104-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 104 TX
29.71 -94.38  994.5           I 999/027          I 999/042         I
                                 2.25M

TTU105-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 105 TX
29.83 -94.31  993.8             999/026            999/038
                                 2.25M

TTU106-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 106 TX
29.95 -94.25  993.6             999/031            999/042
                                 2.25M

TTU107-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 107 LA
30.16 -93.56  954.9             999/064            999/083
                                 2.25M

TTU108-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 108 TX
29.75 -94.23  993.9             999/023            999/032
                                 2.25M

TTU109-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 109 TX
29.77 -94.66  998.5             999/021            999/028
                                 2.25M

TTU110-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 110 TX
29.36 -94.76  1000.6            999/023            999/028
                                 2.25M

TTU111-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 111 TX
29.84 -94.17  991.6             999/032            999/040
                                 2.25M

TTU112-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 112 TX
30.14 -93.75  953.1             999/060            999/081
                                 2.25M

TTU213-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 213 TX
29.88 -94.01  986.0             999/041            999/051
                                 2.25M

TTU214-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 214 TX
30.06 -93.75  972.7           I 999/046          I 999/063         I
                                 2.25M

TTU215-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 215 TX
29.59 -94.39  997.1             999/021            999/031
                                 2.25M

TTU216-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 216 TX
30.11 -94.21  991.1             999/029            999/037
                                 2.25M

TTU217-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 217 LA
30.14 -93.13  961.7           I 999/073          I 999/091         I
                                 2.25M

TTU218-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 218 TX
29.68 -94.67  999.6             999/018            999/026
                                 2.25M

TTU219-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 219 LA
30.02 -92.00  999.4             999/035            999/044
                                 2.25M

TTU220-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 220 LA
30.21 -92.82  987.0             999/050            999/062
                                 2.25M

TTU221-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 221 LA
30.17 -93.03  974.0           I 999/068          I 999/078         I
                                 2.25M

TTU222-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 222 TX
29.55 -94.73  1001.0            999/022            999/028
                                 2.25M

TTU223-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 223 TX
29.66 -94.57  997.4             999/021            999/028
                                 2.25M

TTU224-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 224 TX
30.08 -93.90  983.8             999/042            999/059
                                 2.25M

TTU325-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 325 LA
30.22 -93.54  954.9             999/060            999/082
                                 2.25M

TTU326-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 326 LA
30.18 -93.47  949.7             999/063            999/084
                                 2.25M

TTU327-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 327 LA
30.14 -93.45  947.9             999/057            999/098
                                 2.25M

TTU328-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 328 LA
30.15 -93.64  964.6             999/060            999/080
                                 2.25M

TTU329-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 329 LA
30.15 -93.56  953.0             999/072            999/093
                                 2.25M

TTU330-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 330 TX
29.89 -94.04  988.8             999/037            999/060
                                 2.25M

TTU331-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 331 LA
30.13 -93.52  950.4           I 999/067          I 999/087         I
                                 2.25M

TTU332-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 332 LA
30.11 -93.35  945.9           I 999/071          I 999/092         I
                                 2.25M

TTU333-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 333 TX
30.08 -93.80  978.1             999/045            999/068
                                 2.25M

TTU334-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 334 LA
30.28 -93.56  956.3             999/053            999/086
                                 2.25M

TTU335-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 335 LA
30.23 -93.64  963.5             999/055            999/084
                                 2.25M

TTU336-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 336 TX
29.86 -93.94  984.7             999/041            999/070
                                 2.25M

TTU437-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 437 LA
29.82 -90.87  1005.5            999/021            999/032
                                 2.25M

TTU438-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 438 LA
30.00 -92.34  996.8             999/047            999/059
                                 2.25M

TTU439-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 439 LA
30.02 -92.43  996.2             999/046            999/055
                                 2.25M

TTU440-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 440 LA
30.10 -93.18  954.7             999/083            999/108
                                 2.25M

TTU442-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 442 LA
30.04 -92.77  967.4             999/036            999/054
                                 2.25M

TTU443-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 443 LA
30.10 -92.92  980.9             999/056            999/070
                                 2.25M

TTU444-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 444 LA
29.69 -91.21  1004.5            999/025            999/035
                                 2.25M

TTU445-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 445 LA
30.08 -92.71  990.5             999/049            999/065
                                 2.25M

TTU446-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 446 TX
29.95 -93.88  983.5             999/045            999/065
                                 2.25M

TTU447-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 447 LA
30.13 -93.22  954.2           I 999/066          I 999/087         I
                                 2.25M

TTU448-TEXAS TECH HRT STICKNET 448 LA
30.07 -93.09  963.7           I 999/074          I 999/099         I
                                 2.25M



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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AMRL1-AMERADA PASS, LA NOS 8764227
29.45 -91.34  1004.9  27/0512   140/024  27/0954   130/042 27/0700
                                  11 M

EINL1-N OF EUGENE ISLAND, LA NOS 8764314
29.37 -91.38  1004.3  27/0512   160/044  27/0448   160/055 26/1512
                                   4 M

TESL1-TESORO MARINE TERMINAL, BERWICK, LA
29.67 -91.24                  I 210/029  27/1342   130/045 27/0642
                                12.5 M

FRWL1-FRESH WATER CANAL LOCKS, LA 8766072
29.56 -92.31  1002.0  27/0006 I 080/032  27/0006 I 070/044 27/0006 I
                                17.4 M

CAPL1-NOS 8768094, CALCASIEU PASS, LA
29.77 -93.34  940.0   27/0554   070/081  27/0518   070/110 27/0518
                                12.3 M

LCLL1-8767816 NOS LAKE CHARLES, LA
30.22 -93.22  954.8   27/0736 I 999/999          I                 I


TXPT2-TEXAS POINT, TX NOS
29.69 -93.84  980.2   27/0554   330/065  27/0530 I 330/078 27/0536 I
                                12.5 M

SBPT2-SABINE PASS NORTH, TX NOS
29.73 -93.87  987.8   27/0630   360/045  27/0430 I 360/058 27/0430 I
                                 5.8 M

PORT2-PORT ARTHUR, TX NOS 8770475
29.87 -93.93  985.4   27/0642   310/038  27/0642   310/064 27/0624
                                10.7 M

REMARKS:


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC AUG 26 UNTIL 1200 UTC AUG 28
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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LACASSINE                    CAMERON             LACL1        10.39
30.00  -92.89

SABINE RIVER AT NAVAL PI     ORANGE              ORNT2         8.40
30.10  -93.72

1 WSW CHURCH POINT           ACADIA              LA-AC-2       8.14
30.40  -92.22

4 ENE CARENCRO               LAFAYETTE           LA-LY-7       7.76
30.34  -91.98

3 E GRAND COTEAU             ST. LANDRY          LA-SL-1       7.69
30.42  -92.00

LAFAYETTE REGIONAL AIRPO     LAFAYETTE           KLFT          7.65
30.20  -91.99

9 SE DERIDDER                BEAUREGARD          LA-BG-3       7.45
30.75  -93.18

BON WIER                     BEAUREGARD          BWRT2         7.33
30.75  -93.61

BAYOU VERMILION NEAR CAR     LAFAYETTE           BVCL1         7.22
30.37  -91.99

1 ESE OPELOUSAS              ST. LANDRY          LA-SL-6       7.02
30.52  -92.07

ALEXANDRIA INTERNATIONAL     RAPIDES             KAEX          6.50 I
31.33  -92.56

1 N SCOTT                    LAFAYETTE           LA-LY-6       6.47
30.25  -92.09

DOVE FIELD                   VERNON              VRNL1         6.23
31.03  -92.98

BUNDICK CREEK NEAR DE RI     BEAUREGARD          BUNL1         6.21
30.82  -93.23

7 SSW LEESVILLE              VERNON              LA-VN-4       6.07
31.04  -93.31

1 W RAYNE                    ACADIA              LA-AC-3       5.99
30.24  -92.28

EVANGELINE/GARDNER           RAPIDES             GARL1         5.75
31.18  -92.63

3 SW ALEXANDRIA              RAPIDES             LA-RP-7       5.69
31.26  -92.49

FORT POLK, POLK AAF          VERNON              KPOE          5.64 I
31.05  -93.19

OPELPUSAS ST LANDRY PARI     ST. LANDRY          KOPL          5.58
30.56  -92.10

VERNON                       VERNON              LEVL1         5.58
31.02  -93.19

2 SSE KAPLAN                 VERMILION           LA-VM-2       5.30
29.98  -92.27

1 NNW BREAUX BRIDGE          ST. MARTIN          LA-SM-3       5.26
30.29  -91.90

CW2220 KAPLAN                VERMILION           C2220         5.13
29.98  -92.27

KIRBYVILLE                   NEWTON              KRBT2         5.06
30.63  -93.83

FW5486 CARENCRO              LAFAYETTE           F5486         5.04
30.32  -92.02

7 ENE WOODVILLE              TYLER               TX-TR-21      4.77
30.81  -94.29

CHENAULT AIRPARK             CALCASIEU           KCWF          4.71 I
30.22  -93.15

CALCASIEU RIVER NEAR KIN     ALLEN               KDRL1         4.66
30.50  -92.92

ACADIANA REGIONAL AIRPOR     IBERIA              KARA          4.54
30.03  -91.88

FW5779 CARENCRO              LAFAYETTE           F5779         4.51
30.32  -92.06

3 SSW GILLIS                 CALCASIEU           MBLL1         4.50
30.34  -93.22

2 SW ABBEVILLE               VERMILION           LA-VM-8       4.46
29.96  -92.16

0 WSW BUNKIE                 AVOYELLES           LA-AV-1       4.45
30.95  -92.19

EW6201 ALEXANDRIA            RAPIDES             E6201         4.37
31.27  -92.50

1 E ABBEVILLE                VERMILION           LA-VM-4       4.36
29.98  -92.11

BAYOU NEZPIQUE NEAR BASI     ACADIA              BSLL1         4.16
30.48  -92.63

1 NW BRIDGE CITY             ORANGE              TX-OR-1       4.11
30.04  -93.87

0 S ST. MARTINVILLE          ST. MARTIN          LA-SM-2       3.66
30.12  -91.83

FW0620 VINTON                CALCASIEU           F0620         3.49
30.20  -93.58

CW1478 RAYNE                 ACADIA              C1478         3.48
30.27  -92.26

PATTERSON MEMORIAL           ST. MARY            KPTN          3.35
29.72  -91.33

FW5866 DUSON                 LAFAYETTE           F5866         3.26
30.16  -92.12

DW4071 ABBEVILLE             VERMILION           D4071         3.23
29.88  -92.22

DE QUINCY INDUSTRIAL AIR     CALCASIEU           K5R8          3.06 I
30.44  -93.47

2 SE KIRBYVILLE              JASPER              TX-JS-3       2.97
30.64  -93.86

CALCASIEU RIVER NEAR OBE     ALLEN               OBCL1         2.86
30.64  -92.81

WHISKEY CHITTO CREEK NEA     ALLEN               MTTL1         2.86
30.70  -92.89

LAKE CHARLES REGIONAL AI     CALCASIEU           KLCH          2.51 I
30.13  -93.23

1 N SPRUGER                  TYLER               TX-TR-20      2.40
30.70  -94.18

DW9101 SILSBEE               TYLER               D9101         2.31
30.65  -94.30

6 S SPRUGER                  TYLER               TX-TR-12      2.19
30.60  -94.17

0 S FRED                     TYLER               TX-TR-23      2.19
30.57  -94.18

WOODVILLE                    TYLER               WVLT2         2.17
30.74  -94.43

2 WSW WOODVILLE              TYLER               TX-TR-19      2.10
30.77  -94.45

FW0338 PLAUCHEVILLE          AVOYELLES           F0338         2.09
30.94  -91.97

6 S WOODVILLE                TYLER               TX-TR-25      2.07
30.69  -94.50

W5MLE CARENCRO               LAFAYETTE           AR587         2.01
30.20  -92.10

1 NNW BERWICK                ST. MARY            LA-MY-2       2.00
29.71  -91.25

JENNINGS AIRPORT             JEFFERSON DAVIS     K3R7          1.93
30.24  -92.67

2 W NEDERLAND                JEFFERSON           TX-JJ-15      1.82
29.97  -94.03

SABINE                       CAMERON             HAKL1         1.82
29.89  -93.40

7 S WOODVILLE                TYLER               TX-TR-3       1.81
30.67  -94.43

5 WSW WOODVILLE              TYLER               TX-TR-22      1.81
30.73  -94.50

SOUTHERN ROUGH               TYLER               WRRT2         1.72
30.54  -94.35

1 S KOUNTZE                  HARDIN              TX-HRN-6      1.65
30.36  -94.32

KOUNTZE                      HARDIN              TX-HRN-5      1.56
30.37  -94.32

VILLAGE CREEK NEAR KOUNT     HARDIN              KOUT2         1.46
30.40  -94.26

DW3319 LAKE CHARLES          CALCASIEU           D3319         1.44
30.36  -93.27

DERIDDLER                    BEAUREGARD          KDRI          1.44 I
30.83  -93.34

1 WNW LUMBERTON              HARDIN              TX-HRN-1      1.43
30.27  -94.22

PINE ISLAND BAYOU ABOVE      JEFFERSON           BIPT2         1.39
30.18  -94.19

FW6317 LUMBERTON             HARDIN              F6317         1.37
30.28  -94.16

FW7908 ELMER                 RAPIDES             F7908         1.35
31.12  -92.68

BEAUMONT/PORT ARTHUR SOU     JEFFERSON           KBPT          1.30
29.95  -94.03

PINE ISLAND BAYOU NEAR S     JEFFERSON           SOLT2         1.28
30.11  -94.33

7 N PORT ARTHUR              JEFFERSON           TX-JJ-14      1.26
29.93  -93.92

1 ENE BEAUMONT               JEFFERSON           TX-JJ-18      1.20
30.10  -94.14

NECHES RIVER NEAR EVADAL     HARDIN              EVDT2         1.17
30.36  -94.09

ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT        ORANGE              KORG          1.12
30.07  -93.80

SALT POINT                   ST. MARY            KP92          1.10 I
29.56  -91.52

CW4340 SILSBEE               HARDIN              C4340         1.08
30.38  -94.17

ALEXANDRIA ESLER REGIONA     RAPIDES             KESF          1.06 I
31.40  -92.28

3 SW BEAUMONT                JEFFERSON           TX-JJ-9       1.00
30.05  -94.18

4 S WARREN                   TYLER               TX-TR-17      0.98
30.56  -94.40

9 WNW WOODVILLE              TYLER               TX-TR-24      0.84
30.80  -94.57

MCFADDIN                     JEFFERSON           FADT2         0.84
29.71  -94.12

1 ESE CHESTER                TYLER               TX-TR-18      0.80
30.91  -94.59

DW3611 BEAUMONT              JEFFERSON           D3611         0.80
30.16  -94.20

FORT POLK - FULLERTON LA     VERNON              KBKB          0.71 I
31.02  -92.91

0 E BEAUMONT                 JEFFERSON           TX-JJ-8       0.69
30.09  -94.14

JASPER COUNTY - BELL FIE     JASPER              KJAS          0.42 I
30.89  -94.03

ABBEVILLE CHRIS CRUSTA M     VERMILION           KIYA          0.06 I
29.98  -92.08

OAKDALE                      ALLEN               KACP          0.01 I
30.75  -92.69



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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VERMILION...MUCH OF TOWN FLOODED. FEET OF WATER IN SOME AREAS
REPORTED BY BROADCAST MEDIA. MOST WAS FROM STORM SURGE THAT
PENETRATED WELL INLAND.

LAFAYETTE...FLASH FLOODING VIA BROADCAST MEDIA AT UNIVERSITY
UNDERPASS IN LAFAYETTE.

LAFAYETTE...FLASH FLOODING IN NEIGHBORHOOD. WATER COVERING STREET
AND MOST YARDS. REPORT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA. TIME ESTIMATED.

VERMILION...WATER SURROUNDING HOMES IN ABBEVILLE. MOST WAS FROM
STORM SURGE PENETRATING WELL INLAND.

ORANGE...FLOOD WATERS ENTERING MATTRESS HEADQUARTERS STORE IN
ORANGE.

IBERIA...AT LEAST ONE FOOT OF WATER ON ROADWAY AND NEAR HOMES. MOST
OF THIS WAS FROM STORM SURGE PENETRATION WELL INLAND.

ORANGE...CAR SUBMERGED IN FLOOD WATERS NEAR WEST PORT ORANGE
SHIPYARD. EXACT TIMING UNKNOWN.

ST. MARTIN...PUBLIC CALLED TO REPORT WATER FLOODING THE STREET AND
UP INTO FRONT YARDS WHILE HEAVY RAIN FROM THUNDERSTORMS IMPACTED THE
AREA.

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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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AMRL1  AMERADA PASS    ST. MARY     LA  4.76 MHHW   27/0800 NOS
29.4496  -91.3381

EINL1  EUGENE ISLAND   ST. MARY     LA  4.72 MHHW   27/0712 NOS
29.3675  -91.3839

TESL1  BERWICK         ST. MARY     LA  3.16 MHHW   27/1724 NOS
29.6675  -91.2376

FRWL1  FRESHWATER LOCK VERMILION    LA  3.98 MHHW   26/1554 NOS    I
29.5517  -92.3052

CAPL1  CALCASIEU PASS  CAMERON      LA  9.19 MHHW   27/0600 NOS
29.7682  -93.3429

BKTL1  BULK TERMINAL   CALCASIEU    LA  4.50 MHHW   27/1100 NOS
30.1902  -93.3008

LCLL1  LAKE CHARLES    CALCASIEU    LA  4.65 MHHW   27/1054 NOS
30.2236  -93.2217

SBPT2  SABINE PASS NOR JEFFERSON    TX  3.60 MHHW   27/0406 NOS
29.7284  -93.8701

TXPT2  TEXAS POINT     JEFFERSON    TX  3.97 MHHW   27/0824 NOS
29.6894  -93.8419

PORT2  PORT ARTHUR     JEFFERSON    TX  2.52 MHHW   27/1018 NOS
29.8671  -93.9310

RBBT2  RAINBOW BRIDGE  JEFFERSON    TX  2.08 MHHW   27/1312 NOS
29.9812  -93.8847

VCPL1  CYPREMORT POINT ST. MARY     LA  9.45 NAVD88 27/1045 USGS
29.7100  -91.8800

FKNL1  FRANKLIN        ST. MARY     LA  5.90 NAVD88 27/1400 USGS
29.6800  -94.4700

       MUD ISLAND      VERMILION    LA  2.69 NAVD88 01/1800 USGS
29.7881  -92.4167

VRPL1  VERMILION RIVER VERMILION    LA  8.10 NAVD88 27/1900 USGS
29.9500  -92.1600

REMARKS: A PRELIMINARY REPORT...OR HINDCAST...CREATED BY THE
NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER INDICATED THAT PEAK STORM SURGE BASED ON
MEAN SEA LEVEL RANGED FROM 12 TO 21 FEET. FINAL VALUES BASED ON
DATUMS SUCH AS MEAN HIGHER HIGH WATER (MHHW) AND ABOVE GROUND LEVEL
(AGL) WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER FULL SURVEYS ARE CONDUCTED.


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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3 SSW LAKE ARTHUR            VERMILION        27/0300               -
30.05  -92.69

TORNADO DEBRIS SIGNATURE DETECTED ON TORNADIC CELL NEAR PECAN
ISLAND, LA. ADDITIONAL TORNADOES COULD BE FOUND AND CONFIRMED ONCE
DAMAGE SURVEYS ARE CONDUCTED.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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JEFFERSON            0                 0                     1

MANDATORY EVACUATION. STORM SURGE FLOODED SABINE PASS AND BACKED UP
AREA WATERWAYS INCLUDING THE NECHES RIVER, HILLEBRANDT BAYOU, AND
TAYLOR BAYOU. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES BLOWN DOWN ACROSS PORT
ARTHUR, PORT NECHES, BEAUMONT, NEDERLAND, AND GROVES. HOMES AND
BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FALLEN TREES, LINES, AND POLES. OVER
60 PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER DURING THE PEAK OF THE
STORM. FIVE PEOPLE DIED (INDIRECT DEATHS) FROM CARBON MONOXIDE
POISONING INCLUDING THREE IN PORT ARTHUR FROM A GENERATOR RUNNING IN
AN ENCLOSED AREA. ANOTHER 18 PERSONS WERE INJURED AND TREATED FOR
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING (INDIRECT INJURIES).

ORANGE               0                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR ORANGE COUNTY, TEXAS. STORM
SURGE BACKED UP THE SABINE AND NECHES WATERWAYS, AS WELL AS ADAMS
AND COW BAYOU. NUMEROUS TREES, POWER LINES, AND POLES WERE BLOWN
DOWN ACROSS THE ENTIRE COUNTY. HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED
FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM OR DIRECTLY FROM THE WINDS. OVER 90
PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.
ONE PERSON DIED FROM CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING (INDIRECT DEATH).

HARDIN               0                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR THE COUNTY. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM OR FROM THE WINDS. OVER 40
PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

TYLER                0                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR THE COUNTY. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. HOMES AND BUSINESS
WERE DAMAGED FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM, OR FROM THE WINDS. OVER 40
PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

JASPER               0                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR THE COUNTY. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM OR FROM THE WINDS. OVER 40
PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

NEWTON               0                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR THE COUNTY. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINE WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM, OR FROM THE WINDS. OVER 60
PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

CAMERON              0                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM, OR FROM THE WINDS. PROPERTY
SOUTH OF THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY WAS FLOODED BY STORM SURGE. ALL
OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.
**FURTHER DETAILS WILL BE PROVIDED PENDING SURVEY RESULTS**.

VERMILION            0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED BY TREES FALLING ON THEM, OR THE WINDS. PROPERTY SOUTH
OF THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY WAS FLOODED BY THE STORM SURGE. OVER 60
PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

IBERIA               0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM THE FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE WINDS. PROPERTY
SOUTH OF THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY WAS FLOODED BY THE STORM SURGE.
OVER 50 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER
THE STORM.

ST. MARY             0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. MANY TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM, OR THE WINDS. PROPERTY
SOUTH OF THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY WAS FLOODED BY THE STORM SURGE.
OVER 50 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER
THE STORM.

CALCASIEU            1                 0                     1

THERE WAS A MANDATORY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. NUMEROUS TREES,
POWER LINES, AND POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND
BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGE FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM, OR FROM THE
WINDS. LOW-LYING AREAS NEAR DOWNTOWN LAKE CHARLES FLOODED FROM HIGH
WATER LEVELS IN LAKE CHARLES AND FROM THE RAINFALL. ALL OF THE
PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM. A MALE OF
UNKNOWN AGE DROWNED IN A SINKING SHIP. SEVEN PERSONS DIED IN
RECOVERY (INDIRECT DEATHS) FROM CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING, INCLUDING
FIVE IN ONE FAMILY IN THE CITY OF LAKE CHARLES. ONE PERSON DIED
(INDIRECT DEATH) FROM HEAD INJURY AFTER FALLING OFF A ROOF.

JEFFERSON DAVIS      0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FROM THE PARISH. NUMEROUS TREES AND
POWER LINES AND POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND
BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE WINDS. ALL OF
THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

ACADIA               1                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. NUMEROUS TREES
POWER LINES AND POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH, WITH THE
WESTERN SIDE SEEING MORE AND THE EASTERN SIDE SEEING LESS. HOMES AND
BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE WINDS.
LOW-LYING AREAS AROUND CHURCH POINT FLOODED FROM THE HEAVY RAINS.
OVER 60 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER
THE STORM. A 68 YEAR OLD MALE DIED FROM A FALLEN TREE.

LAFAYETTE            0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. SCATTERED TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE WINDS. THERE WAS SOME
MINOR FLOODING FROM THE VERMILION RIVER. OVER 40 PERCENT OF THE
PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

ST. MARTIN           0                 0                     0

SCATTERED TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH.
HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE
WINDS. THERE WAS SOME MINOR FLOODING FROM THE VERMILION RIVER. OVER
40 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE
STORM.

BEAUREGARD           0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR THE PARISH. NUMEROUS TREES
POWER LINES AND POWER POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES
AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE WINDS.
ALL OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM. TWO
INDIRECT DEATHS DUE TO HEAT RELATED STRESS.

ALLEN                1                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FROM THE PARISH. NUMEROUS TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR THE WINDS. ALL OF THE PARISH WAS
WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM. A 64 YEAR OLD FEMALE DIED
FROM A FALLEN TREE. TWO PERSONS DIED FROM CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING
(INDIRECT DEATHS).

EVANGELINE           0                 0                     0

THERE WAS A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FROM THE PARISH. NUMEROUS TREES AND
POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES
WERE DAMAGED BY FALLEN TREES, OR THE WINDS. OVER 60 PERCENT OF THE
PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE STORM.

ST. LANDRY           0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH.
HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE
WINDS. OVER 40 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY
AFTER THE STORM.

VERNON               1                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES POWER LINES AND POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE
PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM
THE WINDS. ALL OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE
STORM. A 14 YEAR OLD FEMALE DIED FROM A FALLEN TREE.

RAPIDES              0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES POWER LINES AND POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE
PARISH. HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM
THE WINDS. ALL OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE
STORM. ONE INDIRECT DEATH DUE TO CLEANUP AFTER THE STORM AND TWO
INDIRECT DEATHS DUE TO HEAT RELATED STRESS.

AVOYELLES            0                 0                     0

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH.
HOMES AND BUSINESSES WERE DAMAGED FROM FALLEN TREES, OR FROM THE
WINDS. OVER 60 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER IMMEDIATELY
AFTER THE STORM.

$$

LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

GOLDSMITH (WFO BRO)/LANDRENEAU


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