Post Storm Hurricane Report
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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE BARRY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAKE CHARLES LA
323 PM CDT THU JUL 18 2019


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 BARRY
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

UPDATE 7/18...UPDATED TO INCLUDE SOME RAINFALL REPORTS FROM DD6.
UPDATED WATER LEVELS FROM USACOE GAGES. UPDATED STORM IMPACTS FOR
AREAS SURVEYED.




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 REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.13 -93.23  1001.7  13/1153   060/023  13/0220   210/033 14/1753

KAEX-ALEXANDRIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LA
31.33 -92.56  1003.0  14/0007   130/024  14/0455   080/034 13/2321

KLFT-LAFAYETTE REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.21 -91.98  998.3   13/0953   180/031  14/0045   180/045 14/0229

KPOE-FORT POLK LA
31.04 -93.19  1001.7  13/2358   040/017  13/1828   030/028 13/1958

KARA-NEW IBERIA/ACADIANA REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.03 -91.88  996.9   13/1212   160/043  13/1930   180/057 13/2244

KP92-SALT POINT LA
29.56 -91.53  994.6   13/1053   999/999  12/1200   999/999 12/1200

KESF-ESLER REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
31.40 -92.28  1005.3  13/1030   160/017  14/1940   160/027 14/1940

KDRI-DE RIDDER/BEAUREGARD PARISH AIRPORT LA
30.83 -93.34  1002.5  13/2335   360/013  13/1215   010/026 13/2015

KPTN-PATTERSON MEMORIAL AIRPORT LA
29.71 -91.34  996.3   13/0845   160/035  13/1225   150/048 13/1156

KUXL-SULPHUR/SOUTHLAND FIELD AIRPORT LA
30.13 -93.38  1002.4  13/2015   190/026  14/2055   190/036 14/2055

KCWF-CHENNAULT AIR PARK LA
30.21 -93.14  1001.7  13/1035   200/021  14/2055   190/031 14/1955

K3R7-JENNINGS AIRPORT LA
30.24 -92.67  999.6   13/2015   180/025  14/0855   190/035 14/1355

KIYA-ABBEVILLE/CHRIS CRUSTA MEMORIAL AIRPORT LA
29.98 -92.08  996.3   13/1255   150/035  14/0255   150/047 14/0255

KOPL-OPELOUSAS/ST. LANDRY PARISH AIRPORT & AHART FIELD LA
30.56 -92.10  1000.9  13/2235   150/025  14/0235   170/038 14/0635

KACP-OAKDALE/ALLEN PARISH AIRPORT LA
30.75 -92.68  99999   12/1200   020/014  13/1755   030/024 13/1715

K5R8-DE QUINCY INDUSTRIAL AIR PARK LA
30.44 -93.47  1002.3  13/2255   340/013  13/1455   330/024 13/2115

KBKB-FT POLK/FULLERTON LANDING STRIP LA
31.02 -92.91  1001.4  13/2350   030/010  13/1554   030/022 13/1854

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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HAKL1-HACKBERRY RAWS LA
29.89 -93.40  99999   12/1200   207/016  14/1749   225/033 15/1549
                                 6.1 M

VRNL1-DOVE FIELD RAWS LA
31.03 -92.98  99999   12/1200   049/013  13/1634   046/028 13/1834
                                 6.1 M

GARL1-EVANGELINE/GARDNER RAWS LA
31.19 -92.63  99999   12/1200   072/011  13/2246   077/027 13/2146
                                 6.1 M

LACL1-LACASSINE RAWS LA
30.00 -92.89  99999   12/1200   117/011  12/1546   116/022 12/1646
                                 6.1 M

LEVL1-VERNON RAWS LA
31.02 -93.19  99999   12/1200   030/012  13/1959   030/030 13/1959
                                 6.1 M



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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TXPT2-TEXAS POINT
29.69 -93.84  1002.3  13/0848   200/036  14/1648   200/049 14/1624
                                  12.5

SBPT2-SABINE PASS NORTH
29.73 -93.87  1004.9  13/0854   200/026  14/2142   200/038 14/2030
                                   5.8

PORT2-PORT ARTHUR
29.87 -93.93  1003.4  13/2112   200/023  14/2230   200/031 14/2236
                                  10.7

CAPL1-CALCASIEU PASS
29.77 -93.34  1000.4  13/1024   220/040  14/1500   220/048 14/1500
                                  12.3

FRWL1-FRESHWATER CANAL LOCKS
29.55 -92.31  996.5   13/1042   160/040  14/0506   160/052 14/0154
                                  17.4

KEIR-EUGENE ISLAND 215
28.63 -91.49  994.4   13/2024   200/062  13/1054   210/074 13/1112
                                     4

AMRL1-AMERADA PASS
29.45 -91.34  995.3   13/0818   150/031  13/1024   150/053 13/1048
                                    11

TESL1-BERWICK
29.67 -91.24  996.7   13/0836   170/040  13/1712   170/055 13/1448
                                  12.5

VCPL1-CYPREMORT POINT
29.71 -91.88                    999/999            150/064 13/2330

REMARKS:


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC JUL 12 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUL 16
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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4 S RAGLEY                   BEAUREGARD                       23.58
30.46  -93.23

2 SSW RAGLEY                 BEAUREGARD                       18.78
30.49  -93.24

1 SSW OBERLIN                ALLEN               OBEL1        18.16
30.60  -92.77

1 ESE COTTONPORT             AVOYELLES                        17.12
30.98  -92.03

4 SSW MARKSVILLE             AVOYELLES                        16.08
31.07  -92.08

2 W MANSURA                  AVOYELLES                        16.08
31.06  -92.08

5 SE RAGLEY                  BEAUREGUARD         LA-BG-2      15.74
30.46  -93.17

3 WNW GILLIS                 CALCASIEU           CIHL1        14.96
30.39  -93.25

1 NW OBERLIN                 ALLEN               LA-AL-3      14.70
30.62  -92.77

5 WNW MOSS BLUFF             CALCASIEU           CWFL1        13.72
30.34  -93.28

2 E BUHLER                   CALCASIEU           CLBL1        13.40
30.33  -93.33

1 NE BORDELONVILLE           AVOYELLES                        12.98
31.11  -91.90

DE QUINCY                    CALCASIEU                        12.86
30.45  -93.44

DEQUINCY                     CALCASIEU                        12.85
30.45  -93.44

BUNKIE                       RAPIDES             LA-AV-1      12.44
30.95  -92.19

1 WSW BUNKIE                 RAPIDES                          12.29
30.95  -92.20

4 WSW GILLIS                 CALCASIEU           D3319        12.19
30.36  -93.27

4 NW MOSS BLUFF              CALCASIEU                        11.94
30.34  -93.26

1 NE BUNKIE                  AVOYELLES           BNKL1        11.80
30.96  -92.18

1 NW DUPONT                  AVOYELLES                        11.72
30.94  -91.96

5 SSW DE QUINCY              CALCASIEU           CGEL1        11.64
30.38  -93.46

2 WSW TOPSY                  CALCASIEU           CMBL1        11.51
30.40  -93.15

1 E SIMMESPORT               AVOYELLES           SMAL1        11.12
30.98  -91.80

2 SSE DE QUINCY              CALCASIEU           CBUL1        10.92
30.42  -93.42

1 S GILLIS                   CALCASIEU           CSGL1        10.88
30.35  -93.20

4 NW MOSS BLUFF              CALCASIEU           CIBL1        10.76
30.34  -93.25

3 NW GRAND PRAIRIE           EVANGELINE                       10.60
30.71  -92.18

6 ENE VILLE PLATTE           EVANGELINE                       10.60
30.71  -92.19

1 E MORGAN CITY              ST. MARY                         10.60
29.70  -91.18

2 ESE DEQUINCY               CALCASIEU           CRGL1        10.20
30.44  -93.42

2 SW GILLIS                  CALCASIEU           CIPL1        10.16
30.35  -93.23

4 WNW KINDER                 ALLEN               KDRL1         9.80
30.50  -92.92

4 NW JEANERETTE              ST. MARTIN          JENL1         9.66
29.95  -91.72

2 NE MARKSVILLE              AVOYELLES           MKVL1         9.25
31.15  -92.04

3 ESE VILLE PLATTE           EVANGELINE                        9.05
30.68  -92.23

3 NW FRANKLIN                ST. MARY            FRAL1         8.70
29.83  -91.55

1 N RAGLEY                   BEAUREGARD                        8.50
30.53  -93.23

2 SSW GILLIS                 CALCASIEU           CJML1         8.36
30.34  -93.21

3 SSW GILLIS                 CALCASIEU           MBLL1         8.31
30.34  -93.22

2 NE STARKS                  NEWTON              CBHL1         8.16
30.33  -93.63

6 S DEQUINCY                 CALCASIEU           CAFL1         7.88
30.36  -93.45

STARKS                       NEWTON              CSTL1         7.56
30.32  -93.66

2 NNW DEQUINCY               CALCASIEU           CDQL1         7.48
30.48  -93.46

7 WNW SULPHUR                CALCASIEU           CLPL1         7.44
30.28  -93.47

2 E CADE                     ST. MARTIN          CADL1         7.37
30.09  -91.87

2 WSW DEQUINCY               CALCASIEU           K5R8          7.20
30.44  -93.47

1 W INTRACOASTAL CITY        VERMILION           VLKL1         6.84
29.78  -92.17

ST. MARTINVILLE              ST. MARTIN          LA-SM-2       6.78
30.12  -91.83

1 E ABBEVILLE                VERMILION           LA-VM-4       6.63
29.98  -92.11

ERATH                        VERMILION           LA-VM-7       6.42
29.96  -92.03

2 N MOSS BLUFF               CALCASIEU                         6.40
30.33  -93.20

2 SW NEW IBERIA              IBERIA                            6.32
29.98  -91.84

1 NNW ST. MARTINVILLE        ST. MARTIN                        6.30
30.14  -91.84

6 NE FORKED ISLAND           VERMILION           D4071         6.28
29.88  -92.22

1 W ERATH                    VERMILION                         6.19
29.96  -92.05

4 SE TOPSY                   CALCASIEU           LA-CC-9       6.09
30.37  -93.07

1 N SCOTT                    LAFAYETTE           LA-LY-6       6.07
30.25  -92.09

1 NW MOSS BLUFF              CALCASIEU           CPRL1         6.04
30.32  -93.22

4 E LAFAYETTE                LAFAYETTE           VRLL1         5.93
30.22  -91.96

3 NE MOSS BLUFF              CALCASIEU           CGGL1         5.84
30.33  -93.17

3 E GRAND COTEAU             ST. LANDRY          LA-SL-1       5.70
30.42  -92.00

1 WNW CARENCRO               LAFAYETTE           CRCL1         5.66
30.32  -92.05

2 NNW MOSS BLUFF             CALCASIEU           CBRL1         5.54
30.33  -93.21

1 NNW BERWICK                ST. MARY            LA-MY-2       5.51
29.71  -91.25

3 NW STARKS                  NEWTON              CSOL1         5.44
30.35  -93.69

4 ENE CARENCRO               LAFAYETTE           LA-LY-7       5.22
30.34  -91.98

2 ESE LAFAYETTE              LAFAYETTE           KLFT          5.16
30.20  -92.00

5 W BUNDICK LAKE             BEAUREGARD          LA-BG-3       5.02
30.75  -93.18

1 N SULPHUR                  CALCASIEU           CBBL1         5.00
30.24  -93.35

1 N BERWICK                  ST. MARY                          4.95
29.72  -91.24

2 SSW JENNINGS               JEFFERSON DAVIS     JNNL1         4.91
30.20  -92.67

1 NE CARENCRO                LAFAYETTE           F5486         4.88
30.32  -92.02

2 SSE KAPLAN                 VERMILION           LA-VM-2       4.85
29.98  -92.27

3 NNW OPELOUSAS              ST. LANDRY          KOPL          4.84
30.56  -92.10

2 W SULPHUR                  CALCASIEU           CDSL1         4.84
30.23  -93.38

3 E ABBEVILLE                VERMILION           KIYA          4.83
29.98  -92.08

9 NNE VINTON                 CALCASIEU           CEDL1         4.76
30.31  -93.50

4 N SULPHUR                  CALCASIEU           CHSL1         4.75
30.29  -93.36

1 WSW MOSS BLUFF             CALCASIEU           MBFL1         4.68
30.30  -93.22

2 SW NEDERLAND               JEFFERSON           KBPT          4.60
29.95  -94.02

1 NE GRAND COTEAU            ST. LANDRY          GRCL1         4.60 I
30.43  -92.03

MOSS BLUFF                   CALCASIEU           CMOL1         4.60
30.30  -93.21

5 SW ARNAUDVILLE             ST. MARTIN          BVCL1         4.45
30.37  -91.99

7 SSE GARDNER                RAPIDES             GARL1         4.40
31.18  -92.63

2 SSE KAPLAN                 VERMILION           C2220         4.38
29.98  -92.27

7 SW CENTRAL GARDENS         JEFFERSON           JYIT2         4.33
29.93  -94.11

1 E MOSS BLUFF               CALCASIEU           CFDO1         4.24
30.30  -93.18

2 ENE BATSON                 HARDIN              JYKT2         4.21
30.26  -94.57

4 N LEBLEU SETTLEMENT        CALCASIEU           CACL1         4.20
30.33  -93.07

2 N SULPHUR                  CALCASIEU           CFBL1         4.16
30.25  -93.35

5 N REEVES                   BEAUREGARD          CBOL1         4.12
30.59  -93.06

1 WSW CHURCH POINT           ACADIA              LA-AC-2       4.07
30.40  -92.22

4 NW WESTLAKE                CALCASIEU           CHAL1         4.04
30.29  -93.32

3 WNW LEBLEU SETTLEMENT      CALCASIEU           CWOL1         3.96
30.30  -93.12

7 ESE BALL                   RAPIDES             KESF          3.94 I
31.39  -92.30

SULPHUR                      CALCASIEU           SULL1         3.86
30.23  -93.35

1 NNE WESTLAKE               CALCASIEU           CWRL1         3.76
30.26  -93.25

2 N NEW IBERIA               IBERIA                            3.74
30.03  -91.82

3 WSW LEBLEU SETTLEMENT      CALCASIEU           CKGL1         3.64
30.26  -93.12

2 ENE SULPHUR                CALCASIEU           CMFL1         3.64
30.25  -93.32

2 NNE LEBLEU SETTLEMENT      CALCASIEU           CAHL1         3.56
30.31  -93.07

LEBLEU SETTLEMENT            CALCASIEU           CKHL1         3.48
30.28  -93.08

2 NE LAKE CHARLES            CALCASIEU           CKAL1         3.48
30.23  -93.17

1 NW LEBLEU SETTLEMENT       CALCASIEU           CCHL1         3.36
30.29  -93.10

3 E MOSS BLUFF               CALCASIEU                         3.29
30.31  -93.15

1 ESE SULPHUR                CALCASIEU           CDML1         3.20
30.23  -93.35

3 SW ALEXANDRIA              RAPIDES             LA-RP-7       3.13
31.26  -92.49

3 SE MOSS BLUFF              CALCASIEU           CKPL1         3.08
30.26  -93.17

4 ESE DERIDDER               BEAUREGARD          BUNL1         3.06
30.82  -93.23

3 SW LEBLEU SETTLEMENT       CALCASIEU           CEPL1         3.04
30.25  -93.13

2 NNE HAYES                  CALCASIEU           CLHL1         3.04
30.13  -92.91

2 WNW BULK TERMINAL          CALCASIEU           CAAL1         3.04
30.20  -93.33

3 W CARLYSS                  CALCASIEU           CCDL1         2.96
30.17  -93.43

1 W WELSH                    JEFFERSON DAVIS     LA-JD-2       2.89
30.24  -92.82

2 SSW LAKE CHARLES           CALCASIEU           CCAL1         2.88
30.18  -93.21

3 WNW CARLYSS                CALCASIEU           CSRL1         2.88
30.19  -93.42

2 E SULPHUR                  CALCASIEU           LA-CC-6       2.87
30.23  -93.32

3 WNW BOYCE                  RAPIDES             BYCL1         2.86
31.41  -92.72

1 NNW JENNINGS               JEFFERSON DAVIS     K3R7          2.85
30.24  -92.67

1 N VINTON                   CALCASIEU           CBWL1         2.80
30.21  -93.58

1 WSW RAYNE                  LAFAYETTE           LA-AC-3       2.78
30.24  -92.28

2 SSW SULPHUR                CALCASIEU           CBIL1         2.76
30.21  -93.37

3 SW LAKE CHARLES            CALCASIEU           CMCL1         2.72
30.18  -93.24

2 NNW ALEXANDRIA             RAPIDES             ALXL1         2.70
31.32  -92.47

2 S SULPHUR                  CALCASIEU           LA-CC-20      2.70
30.20  -93.36

2 NE CROWLEY                 ACADIA              CRRL1         2.63
30.23  -92.35

4 S LAKE CHARLES             CALCASIEU           CCML1         2.60
30.16  -93.21

3 SE BULK TERMINAL           CALCASIEU           D6036         2.56
30.15  -93.27

2 S LEBLEU SETTLEMENT        CALCASIEU           CBVL1         2.56
30.24  -93.08

3 SW ALEXANDRIA              RAPIDES             E6201         2.49
31.27  -92.50

2 ESE LAKE CHARLES           CALCASIEU           CKCL1         2.40
30.20  -93.17

4 SSE BULK TERMINAL          CALCASIEU           CBGL1         2.40
30.13  -93.28

2 SSE FORT POLK              VERNON              LEVL1         2.35
31.02  -93.19

2 SW LAKE CHARLES            CALCASIEU           CCBL1         2.28
30.21  -93.24

6 SSE DEWEYVILLE             ORANGE              ORET2         2.26
30.23  -93.71

4 SW CARLYSS                 CALCASIEU           CBQL1         2.24
30.14  -93.42

5 WNW ALEXANDRIA             RAPIDES             KAEX          2.20
31.32  -92.54

3 SE LAKE CHARLES            CALCASIEU           CKML1         2.20
30.18  -93.17

1 ENE FORT POLK              VERNON              KPOE          2.17
31.05  -93.19

2 N LAKE CHARLES             CALCASIEU           LCHL1         2.15
30.25  -93.22

3 WSW DERIDDER               BEAUREGARD          KDRI          1.91
30.83  -93.34

6 NNE PITKIN                 VERNON              KBKB          1.90
31.02  -92.91

5 NW ROCKEFELLER WILDLIF     CAMERON             GCHL1         1.83
29.73  -92.82

7 NNW PITKIN                 VERNON              VRNL1         1.81
31.03  -92.98

5 SSE LAKE CHARLES           CALCASIEU           LA-CC-14      1.80
30.15  -93.18

1 ESE IOWA                   CALCASIEU           LA-CC-3       1.78
30.23  -93.00

1 NW PICKERING               VERNON              LSVL1         1.76
31.04  -93.28

5 E LAKE CHARLES             CALCASIEU           CJSL1         1.75
30.20  -93.12

2 SW IOWA                    CALCASIEU           CEBL1         1.40
30.22  -93.04

6 SE LAKE CHARLES            CALCASIEU           CWLL1         1.40
30.15  -93.13

6 SSW LAKE CHARLES           CALCASIEU           KLCH          1.22
30.13  -93.24

3 ENE BEAUMONT               JEFFERSON           BEAT2         1.18
30.10  -94.10

8 SSW HACKBERRY              CAMERON             HCKL1         1.11
29.86  -93.49

3 E BON WEIR                 NEWTON              BWRT2         1.11
30.74  -93.61

2 NE GRAND LAKE              CAMERON             LA-CM-3       1.11
30.05  -93.24

TOWN BLUFF                   TYLER               TBLT2         0.60
30.80  -94.18

1 E LEESVILLE                VERNON              LEEL1         0.59
31.14  -93.26

3 ENE CHINA                  JEFFERSON           BAGT2         0.44
30.07  -94.29



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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TXPT2  TEXAS POINT     JEFFERSON    TX  1.55 MHHW   15/0906 NOS
29.6894  -93.8419

SBPT2  SABINE PASS NOR JEFFERSON    TX  1.44 MHHW   15/0912 NOS
29.7284  -93.8701

PORT2  PORT ARTHUR     JEFFERSON    TX  1.54 MHHW   14/2130 NOS
29.8671  -93.9310

CAPL1  CALCASIEU PASS  CAMERON      LA  1.87 MHHW   14/1518 NOS
29.7682  -93.3429

BKTL1  BULK TERMINAL   CALCASIEU    LA  2.42 MHHW   14/2019 NOS
30.1902  -93.3008

LCLL1  LAKE CHARLES    CALCASIEU    LA  2.43 MHHW   14/2136 NOS
30.2236  -93.2217

FRWL1  FRESHWATER LOCK VERMILION    LA  3.64 MHHW   14/1106 NOS
29.5517  -92.3052

EINL1  EUGENE ISLAND   ST. MARY     LA  5.38 MHHW   13/1830 NOS
29.3675  -91.3839

AMRL1  AMERADA PASS    ST. MARY     LA  6.61 MHHW   13/1842 NOS
29.4496  -91.3381

TESL1  BERWICK         ST. MARY     LA  6.64 MHHW   13/2148 NOS
29.6675  -91.2376

FKNL1  FRANKLIN        ST. MARY     LA  7.20 NAVD88 14/0115 USGS
29.6800  -94.4700

VCPL1  CYPREMORT POINT ST. MARY     LA  7.79 NAVD88 14/0000 USGS
29.7100  -91.8800

ICCL1  INTRACOASTAL CI VERMILION    LA  6.84 NAVD88 14/0200 USGS
29.6700  -92.1400

VRPL1  VERMILION RIVER VERMILION    LA  7.36 NAVD88 14/1900 USGS
29.9500  -92.1600

ESTL1  IWW @ LELAND BO VERMILION    LA  6.98 NAVD88 14/0300 USCOE
29.7852  -92.2041

SCBL1  SCHOONER BAYOU  VERMILION    LA  3.57 NAVD88 14/0400 USCOE
29.7578  -92.2637

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

VOLUNTARY EVACUATIONS WERE CALLED FOR SOUTH OF THE INTRACOASTAL
WATERWAY. ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED DUE TO THE TROPICAL
STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY(JULY 13-14). WHEN THE
WINDS SHIFTED TO THE SOUTH ON SUNDAY JULY 14TH, TIDES ROSE AND
REACHED THE EDGE OF HIGHWAY 82 FROM JOHNSON BAYOU TO HOLLY BEACH AND
NEAR ROCKEFELLER REFUGE. ONE TO FIVE INCHES OF RAIN FELL IN CAMERON
PARISH.

CALCASIEU            0                 0                     0

DUE TO ALMOST 20 INCHES OF RAIN THAT FELL BETWEEN SUNDAY NIGHT JULY
14TH AND MONDAY MORNING JULY 15TH IN THE NORTHEASTERN SECTION OF THE
PARISH, WIDESPREAD FLOODING OCCURRED. EXACT NUMBER OF HOMES FLOODED
IS STILL BEING DETERMINED, BUT THE PRELIMINARY NUMBERS SHOW 55 HOMES
AND MOBILE HOMES WITH MAJOR FLOODING, 105 WITH MINOR DAMAGE, AND
ANOTHER 40 AFFECTED. IN ADDITION, 5 BUSINESSES RECEIVED MINOR
FLOODING. THE WORST HIT AREAS WERE THE NORTH SIDE OF MOSS BLUFF,
INTO THE GILLIS TO TOPSY AREA. AT LEAST 20 WATER RESCUES WERE
CONDUCTED, PRIMARILY FOR PEOPLE WHO DROVE VEHICLES INTO WATER THAT
WAS TOO DEEP. US HIGHWAY 171 WAS CLOSED FROM MOSS BLUFF NORTH INTO
BEAUREGARD PARISH. DUE TO OCCASIONAL WIND GUSTS TO NEAR TROPICAL
STORM-FORCE, ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES WERE NOTED ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY (JULY 13-14).

BEAUREGARD           0                 0                     0

SOUTHEASTERN BEAUREGARD PARISH RECEIVED 20 TO 25 INCHES OF RAIN
BETWEEN SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY MORNING (JULY 14-15). THIS WAS
PRIMARILY IN THE RAGLEY REGION. WIDESPREAD FLOODING OCCURRED. US HWY
171 WAS CLOSED SOUTH OF RAGLEY DOWN THROUGH PARTS OF CALCASIEU
PARISH. SURVEYING IS INCOMPLETE, BUT SO FAR 15 HOMES ARE KNOWN TO
HAVE BEEN FLOODED. IN ADDITION, THERE WERE 10 WATER RESCUES FOR
PEOPLE WHO DROVE INTO DEEP WATER. DUE TO WINDS GUSTING TO NEAR
TROPICAL-STORM FORCE ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (JULY 13-14), ISOLATED
POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED.

VERNON               0                 0                     0

VERNON PARISH SAW 1-6 INCHES OF RAIN, CAUSING ISOLATED FLASH
FLOODING IN THE SOUTHEASTERN PART OF THE PARISH. WIND GUSTS NEAR
TROPICAL STORM-FORCE ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (JULY 13-14) CAUSED
ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES.

JEFFERSON DAVIS      0                 0                     0

JEFF DAVIS SAW 3 TO 7 INCHES OF RAIN, CAUSING MINOR FLOODING FROM
JENNINGS SOUTH TO LAKE ARTHUR. ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (JULY 13-14) DUE TO TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WIND
GUSTS.

ALLEN                0                 0                     0

TORRENTIAL RAINS SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING PRODUCED OVER 20
INCHES OF RAIN IN PARTS OF WESTERN ALLEN PARISH. WIDESPREAD FLOODING
WAS REPORTED ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE PARISH. THE NUMBER OF
HOMES FLOODED IS STILL BEING INVESTIGATED. IN ADDITION, ISOLATED
POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (JULY 13-14) DUE TO
TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS.

RAPIDES              0                 0                     0

ONE TO EIGHT INCHES OF RAIN FELL, CAUSING ISOLATED AREAS IN THE
SOUTHEASTERN PART OF THE PARISH TO FLOOD SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY
(JULY 14-15). ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES WERE REPORTED DUE TO TROPICAL
STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (JULY 13-14).

VERMILION            0                 0                     0

A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION WAS CALLED FOR LOW-LYING AREAS IN VERMILION
PARISH. DUE TO STORM SURGE, INTRACOASTAL CITY, HENRY, ERATH, AND
DELCAMBRE FLOODED, WITH WATER DEPTHS VARYING FROM A FEW INCHES TO
SEVERAL FEET. LOCALS SAID THE STORM SURGE WAS COMPARABLE TO WHAT
HAPPENED IN 2002 HURRICANE LILI AND 2008 HURRICANE IKE. THE NUMBER
OF HOMES FLOODED IS STILL TO BE DETERMINED, ALTHOUGH 10 UNINSURED
HOMES WERE REPORTED TO FLOOD. RAINFALL TOTALS OF 3 TO 10 INCHES FELL
OVER THE WEEKEND, AND SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO THE TROPICAL
STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS OCCURRED AS WELL ON JULY 13-14. SCATTERED
TREES FELL DOWN ACROSS THE PARISH.

ACADIA               0                 0                     0

A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION WAS CALLED FOR SOUTH OF LA 92. THREE TO EIGHT
INCHES OF RAIN FELL, CAUSING ISOLATED POCKETS OF FLOODING. DUE TO
THE TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WINDS, SEVERAL TREES FELL DOWN. ONE TREE
HIT A HOME AND ANOTHER HIT A MOBILE HOME, CAUSING MAJOR DAMAGE.
SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED OVER THE WEEKEND (JULY 13-14).

EVANGELINE           0                 0                     0

SEVERAL ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO HEAVY RAINS OF 6 TO 20 INCHES THAT
FELL SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING (JULY 14-15). HOW MANY HOMES
FLOODED IS STILL BEING INVESTIGATED. IN ADDITION, TROPICAL
STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS TOPPLED SCATTERED TREES, AND SCATTERED POWER
OUTAGES WERE REPORTED OVER THE WEEKEND (JULY 13-14).

AVOYELLES            0                 0                     0

THREE TO 15 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS AVOYELLES PARISH, CAUSING
NUMEROUS ROADS TO FLOOD. WATER WAS OVER A FOOT DEEP IN PLACES.
PRELIMINARY NUMBERS SHOW 5 HOMES RECEIVING MAJOR DAMAGE, 10 WITH
MINOR DAMAGE, AND ANOTHER 15 AFFECTED. WIND GUSTS OF TROPICAL
STORM-FORCE ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (JULY 13-14) CAUSED SEVERAL TREES
TO FALL DOWN, AND SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED.

ST. LANDRY           0                 0                     0

THREE TO FIFTEEN INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS ST. LANDRY PARISH,
CAUSING FLOODED STREETS LATE SUNDAY INTO MONDAY (JULY 14-15). IN
ADDITION, TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS CAUSED SCATTERED POWER
OUTAGES AND BLEW DOWN SOME TREES.

LAFAYETTE            0                 0                     0

THREE TO SEVEN INCHES OF RAIN FELL ACROSS LAFAYETTE PARISH, CAUSING
STREET FLOODING. IN ADDITION, TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS CAUSED
SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES AND SCATTERED TREES TO BLOW DOWN.

ST. MARTIN           0                 0                     0

A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION WAS CALLED FOR LOWER ST. MARTIN PARISH,
INCLUDING THE STEPHENSVILLE AREA. THREE TO SEVEN INCHES OF RAIN
FELL, CAUSING SCATTERED FLOODED ROADS ON THE WEEKEND (JULY 13-14).
IN ADDITION, TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS CAUSED SCATTERED TO
NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES AND MANY TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN.

IBERIA               0                 0                     0

A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION WAS CALLED FOR PEOPLE LIVING SOUTH OF US HWY
90 AND OTHER LOW-LYING AREAS. SIX TO TEN INCHES OF RAIN FELL OVER
THE WEEKEND, CAUSING WIDESPREAD STREET FLOODING. IN ADDITION, STORM
SURGE CAUSED PARTS OF THE PORT OF IBERIA TO FLOOD. OTHER AREAS THAT
SAW STORM SURGE FLOODING INCLUDED THE DELCAMBRE AREA AND AREAS
NORTHEAST OF LAKE PEIGNEUR. LOCALS COMPARED THE STORM SURGE SIMILAR
TO WHAT THEY SAW IN 2002 WITH HURRICANE LILI. DUE TO THE STRONG
TROPICAL STORM-FORCE WIND GUSTS, NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES AND NUMEROUS
TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN. THE HOSPITAL IN NEW IBERIA LOST POWER AND
IT`S TWO GENERATORS WENT OUT, SO THEY HAD TO EVACUATED 60 PATIENTS
IN THE MIDDLE OF THE STORM.

ST. MARY             0                 0                     0

VOLUNTARY EVACUATIONS SOUTH OF THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY WERE
UPGRADED TO MANDATORY DUE TO STORM SURGE IMPACTS INCREASING.
CYPREMORT POINT, BURNS POINT, AND AREAS OUTSIDE OF THE LEVEE IN THE
MORGAN CITY SAW STORM SURGE FLOODING. LEVELS VARIED FROM A FEW
INCHES TO 6 FEET DEEP. STORM SURGE OVERTOPPED SEVERAL LEVEES,
INCLUDING THE ONE ON HWY 317. LOCALS COMPARED THE STORM SURGE HEIGHT
COMPARABLE TO A LITTLE HIGHER THAN 2002 HURRICANE LILI. ST. MARY
PARISH SAW 4 TO 8 INCHES OF RAIN, BUT SAW WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE DUE
TO HURRICANE-FORCE WIND GUSTS. POWER OUTAGES WERE WIDESPREAD, AND
LASTED FOR SEVERAL DAYS. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE DOWNED.
MANY HOMES AND BUSINESSES SAW WIND DAMAGE.

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