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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE SALLY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
1233 PM EDT THU OCT 1 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 SALLY
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

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

OCT 1...UPDATED FOR...ADDITIONAL DATA






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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KTLH-TALLAHASSEE RGNL FL
30.40 -84.35  1006.9  16/2153   160/023  16/1926   160/035 16/1926

KAAF-APALACHICOLA MUNI FL
29.73 -85.02  1006.1  16/2153   180/027  16/1620   180/047 16/1456

KPAM-TYNDALL AFB FL
30.07 -85.59  1004.0  16/2140   200/033  16/1609   999/047 16/1811

KECP-PANAMA CITY NW FL
30.36 -85.79  1003.8  16/2253   150/029  16/1420   140/044 16/1343

K1JO-HOLMES COUNTY FL
30.85 -85.60  998.1   16/2158   060/016  16/0919   100/029 16/0927

KMAI-MARIANA FL
30.80 -85.21  1003.2  16/2353   080/020  16/1335   090/030 16/1335

KDHN-DOTHAN AL
31.32 -85.45  1002.3  16/2353   080/025  16/1645   070/034 16/1321

KOZR-FT RUCKER/CAIRNS AL
31.29 -85.72  1000.6  16/2231   080/022  16/1344   999/039 16/1628

K54J-DEFUNIAK SPRINGS FL
30.73 -86.15                    090/021  16/0135   999/031 16/0515

KEDN-ENTERPRISE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AL
31.30 -85.90                    090/021  16/1615   999/037 16/1615

KHEY-HANCHEY AHP, FORT RUCKER AL
31.35 -85.65  1000.6  16/2227   100/025  16/1742   999/038 16/1718

KLOR-LOWE ARMY HELIPORT (FT. RUCKER) AL
31.36 -85.75  998.8   16/2233   050/016  16/1603   999/028 16/2118

KSXS-SHELL ARMY HELIPORT, FORT RUCKER AL
31.36 -85.85  999.8   16/2255   100/026  16/1423   999/035 16/1423

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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FSWNIVP-ISLAND VIEW PARK FL
29.85 -84.64                    215/043  16/1606   999/054 16/1619

SGIBR-SAINT GEORGE ISLAND BRIDGE FL
29.66 -84.88                    165/047  16/1505   999/050 16/1506

EDWA-ED WALLINE BEACH FL
30.35 -86.23                    170/045  16/1710   999/050 16/1134

FAMU-FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY FL
30.43 -84.29                    096/039  16/1712   999/049 16/1713

GCSC-GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE FL
30.19 -85.73                    165/043  16/1542   999/048 16/1635

SHLPT-SHELL POINT FL
30.06 -84.29                    114/042  16/1530   999/047 16/1705

FSUPC-FSU - PANAMA CITY CAMPUS FL
30.19 -85.72                    999/043  16/1604   999/047 16/1436

FSWNFCEOC-FRANKLIN COUNTY EOC FL
29.72 -85.03                    169/038  16/1643   999/044 16/1459

FSWNMB-MIRAMAR BEACH FL
30.38 -86.36                    207/036  16/2052   999/043 16/1058

FSUCML-FSU COASTAL AND MARINE LAB FL
29.92 -84.51                    163/040  16/1644   999/043 16/1630

FSWMSML-ST. MARKS LIGHTHOUSE FL
30.07 -84.18                    203/034  16/1707   999/043 16/1707

CHOC-CHOCTAW BEACH FL
30.48 -86.33                    135/039  16/1041   999/043 16/0937

FSWNMB-MEXICO BEACH FL
29.95 -85.43                    150/032  16/1547   999/037 16/1619

FSWNIB-INLET BEACH FL
30.28 -86.01                    111/032  16/1139   999/038 16/2208

WSLAHS-LAFAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL FL
30.05 -83.17                    247/030  16/1611   999/036 16/2003

FSWNPCBSC-PANAMA CITY BEACH SPORTS COMPLEX FL
30.20 -85.77                    112/030  16/1139   999/036 16/1516

WSWHS-WALTON HIGH SCHOOL FL
30.74 -86.12                    217/029  16/2015   999/036 16/2028

FSWNBCWTP-BAY COUNTY WATER TREATMENT PLANT FL
30.21 -85.61                    167/029  16/2154   999/035 16/1318

WSGCEOC-GULF COUNTY EOC FL
29.81 -85.29                    130/031  16/0625   999/035 16/1024

WSWHS-WALTON HIGH SCHOOL FL
30.74 -86.12                    117/029  16/1251   999/034 16/1225

WSNETLH-NORTHEAST TALLAHASSEE FL
30.49 -84.25                    136/029  16/1717   999/034 16/1717

WSCLS-CHALLENGER LEARNING CENTER FL
30.44 -84.28                    160/021  16/2103   999/034 16/1939

FSWNBCSO-BAY COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE FL
30.21 -85.65                    215/034  16/2056   999/034 16/1657

FW6414-PANACEA FL
29.97 -84.36                    999/999            999/037 16/1646

PRWF1-ST. MARKS RAWS FL
30.01 -84.42                    280/015  16/1646   196/034 16/1746

XSTG-ST. GEORGE ISLAND - WEATHERFLOW FL
29.67 -84.86                    173/039  16/1611   209/047 16/1519

XPAN-PANAMA CITY BEACH - WEATHERFLOW FL
30.23 -85.88                    121/031  16/1154   209/047 16/1519

REMARKS: MOSTLY WEATHERSTEM STATIONS. XSTG - WEATHERFLOW XPAN -
WEATHERFLOW FW6414 - CWOP PRWF1 - RAWS


B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)     (KT)     (UTC)     (KT)    (UTC)
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42036-3D32 /D W. TAMPA
28.51 -84.51  1005.9  13/2210   999/035  13/1542   080/041 13/1400
                                   4.1

42039-3D20 /D PENSACOLA
28.79 -86.03  1003.7  14/0050   999/043  14/0857   120/051 14/0900
                                   4.1

SGOF1-TYNDALL AFB TOWER C, FL
29.41 -84.86  1006.6  16/2100   190/042  16/1600   180/053 16/1545
                                  35.1

PCBF1-PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL NOS
30.21 -85.88  1003.4  16/2142   124/046  16/1130   124/052 16/1130
                                   8.6

APCF1-APALACHICOLA, FL NOS
29.73 -84.98  1006.6  16/2106   160/033  16/1224   189/040 16/1406
                                   7.0

SHPF1-SHELL POINT, FL
30.06 -84.29  1005.7  17/0930   210/033  16/1712   160/049 16/1906
                                   5.0

KTNF1-KEATON BEACH, FL/M
29.82 -83.59  1007.6  17/1000   180/026  17/0700   160/040 16/2200
                                  10.0

XSTA-ST ANDREW BAY
30.13 -85.72                    158/041  16/1257   108/049 15/1831
                                   9.4

PACF1-PANAMA CITY, FL NOS
30.15 -85.67                    164/028  16/1524   176/047 16/1718
                                   8.2

REMARKS: XSTA - WEATHERFLOW STATION


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC SEP 13 UNTIL 1200 UTC SEP 17
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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TYNDALL AFB                  BAY                 PAM          13.55
30.07  -85.58

PANAMA CITY ECP              BAY                 ECP          12.52
30.36  -85.80

DEFUNIAK                     WALTON              54J          10.63
30.73  -86.15

SHELL AHP                    COFFEE              SXS           9.75
31.36  -85.85

OZARK                        DALE                OZR           9.74
31.28  -85.71

APALACHICOLA                 FRANKLIN            AAF           9.28
29.73  -85.03

ENTERPRISE                   COFFEE              EDN           8.97
31.30  -85.90

FORT RUCKER                  DALE                HEY           7.34
31.35  -85.65

LOWE AHP                     DALE                LOR           7.32
31.36  -85.75

DOTHAN                       DALE                DHN           6.58
31.32  -85.45

TALLAHASSEE                  LEON                TLH           5.72
30.39  -84.35

ALBANY                       DOUGHERTY           ABY           5.65
31.54  -84.19

DONALSONVILLE                SEMINOLE            17J           5.28
31.01  -84.88

BAINBRIDGE                   DECATUR             BGE           5.00
30.97  -84.64

TRI COUNTY                   HOLMES              1J0           4.80
30.85  -85.60

MARIANA                      JACKSON             MAI           4.60
30.84  -85.18

MOODY AFB                    LOWNDES             VAD           2.69
30.97  -83.19

CROSS CITY                   DIXIE               CTY           1.88
29.64  -83.10

VALDOSTA                     LOWNDES             VLD           1.88
30.78  -83.28

FSWN MOSSY HEAD              WALTON                           17.84
30.74  -86.33

FSWN INLET BEACH             WALTON                           17.55
30.28  -86.01

FSWN PANAMA CITY BEACH W     BAY                              17.36
30.25  -85.94

FSWN MIRAMAR BEACH           WALTON                           16.62
30.38  -86.36

WALTON COUNTY EMERGENCY      WALTON                           15.62
30.72  -86.09

FSWN BAY COUNTY WATER TR     BAY                              15.49
30.21  -85.61

FSWN WASHINGTON COUNTY E     WASHINGTON                       14.48
30.63  -85.60

ED WALLINE BEACH ACCESS      WALTON                           14.44
30.35  -86.23

GULF COUNTY EMERGENCY OP     GULF                             14.21
29.81  -85.29

SOUTH WALTON HIGH SCHOOL     WALTON                           13.96
30.38  -86.18

FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL         WALTON                           13.78
30.54  -86.12

GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE     BAY                              13.51
30.30  -85.66

FLORIDA PANHANDLE TECHNI     WASHINGTON                       13.46
30.77  -85.55

WALTON HIGH SCHOOL           WALTON                           12.80
30.74  -86.12

GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE     GULF                             12.54
29.78  -85.28

FSWN YOUNGSTOWN              BAY                              12.49
30.36  -85.44

FSWN PANAMA CITY BEACH S     BAY                              12.05
30.20  -85.77

FSWN MEXICO BEACH            BAY                              11.85
29.95  -85.43

FSWN OCHLOCKONEE BOAT RA     FRANKLIN                         11.38
29.96  -84.39

GULF COAST STATE COLLEGE     BAY                              11.33
30.19  -85.73

W.R. TOLAR K-8 SCHOOL        LIBERTY                          11.02
30.40  -84.98

HOLMES COUNTY HIGH SCHOO     HOLMES                           10.77
30.79  -85.69

FSWN CHOCTAW BEACH           WALTON                           10.35
30.48  -86.33

PAXTON SCHOOL                WALTON                           10.07
30.97  -86.31

FSWN MARIANNA                JACKSON                           9.78
30.77  -85.22

FSWN ISLAND VIEW PARK        FRANKLIN                          9.41
29.85  -84.64

MALONE SCHOOL                JACKSON                           8.24
30.95  -85.17

JEFFERSON COUNTY MIDDLE/     JEFFERSON                         8.22
30.49  -83.88

BLOUNTSTOWN ELEMENTARY S     CALHOUN                           7.98
30.45  -85.05

PORT ST JOE ELEMENTARY S     GULF                              7.90
29.79  -85.29

SNEADS HIGH SCHOOL           JACKSON                           7.60
30.71  -84.92

CHAIRES ELEMENTARY           LEON                              7.11
30.44  -84.12

LEE COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL     LEE                               6.53
31.74  -84.15

SHELL POINT BEACH            WAKULLA                           6.37
30.06  -84.29

HOLY COMFORTER EPISCOPAL     LEON                              6.20
30.48  -84.22

BALLARD PARTNERS             LEON                              5.81
30.44  -84.28

FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY       LEON                              5.65
30.43  -84.29

WAKULLA HIGH SCHOOL          WAKULLA                           5.51
30.11  -84.38

FSU RESERVATION              LEON                              5.34
30.40  -84.34

CHALLENGER LEARNING CENT     LEON                              4.85
30.44  -84.28

WHITETAIL HOLLOW FARMS       GADSDEN                           4.74
30.68  -84.45

HARTSFIELD ELEMENTARY SC     LEON                              4.68
30.43  -84.26

CANOPY OAKS ELEMENTARY       LEON                              4.65
30.51  -84.35

FSWN STATE EMERGENCY OPE     LEON                              4.62
30.39  -84.23

RUEDIGER ELEMENTARY SCHO     LEON                              4.38
30.46  -84.29

DOTHAN TECHNOLOGY CENTER     HOUSTON                           4.33
31.27  -85.38

WT MOORE ELEMENTARY SCHO     LEON                              4.31
30.48  -84.21

CONLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL     LEON                              4.28
30.41  -84.22

MACLAY SCHOOL                LEON                              4.25
30.52  -84.28

FSU WEATHERSTEM              LEON                              4.07
30.44  -84.30

FAMU DEVELOPMENTAL RESEA     LEON                              4.02
30.41  -84.29

NORTHEAST TALLAHASSEE        LEON                              3.77
30.49  -84.25

UGA TIFTON                   TIFT                              3.22
31.48  -83.53

COX ELEMENTARY SCHOOL        COLQUITT                          3.16
31.17  -83.77

GREENVILLE ELEMENTARY        MADISON                           3.14
30.46  -83.64

CITY OF CAIRO FIRE DEPAR     GRADY                             3.05
30.88  -84.20

BEN HILL COUNTY EMERGENC     BEN HILL                          3.00
31.69  -83.26



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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WALTON...THERE WERE NUMEROUS INSTANCES OF FLASH FLOODING ACROSS
WALTON COUNTY WITH WATER ENTERING MANY RESIDENCES. ONE PARTICULAR
AREA OF SIGNIFICANT IMPACT WAS ALONG ALAQUA CREEK. THIS CREEK ROSE
RAPIDLY, EXCEEDING THE RECORD STAGE AND ULTIMATELY CAUSING MAJOR
FLOOD DAMAGE WELL DOWNSTREAM ALONG SR-20 WEST OF FREEPORT. HOMES IN
THESE AREA HAD WATER BETWEEN 1-4 FEET AROUND/INSIDE THEM AT PEAK
FLOODING. ANOTHER NOTABLE FLOOD IMPACT WAS AN EARTHEN DAM UPSTREAM
OF JUNIPER LAKE IN DEFUNIAK SPRINGS. THIS SMALL DAM RUPTURED AND
RESULTED IN A TRAILER AND STORAGE SHED BEING WASHED AWAY. NUMEROUS
ROADS AND BRIDGES WERE DAMAGED ACROSS THE COUNTY. IN ADDITION TO THE
FLASH FLOODING, RECORD RIVERINE FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE SHOAL
RIVER. THE GAUGE NEAR MOSSY HEAD RECORDED A NEW RECORD OF 25.65 FT.
FLOODING WAS EXTENSIVE ALONG THE RIVER, WITH MANY HOMES ISOLATED OR
FLOODED.

BAY...NUMEROUS INSTANCES OF FLASH FLOODING WERE REPORTED ACROSS BAY
COUNTY, BOTH IN THE URBAN AREAS AROUND PANAMA CITY AS WELL AS IN
MORE RURAL AREAS ALONG US-231. SEVERAL REPORTS IN BOTH PANAMA CITY
BEACH AND AROUND PANAMA CITY OF WATER FLOODING INTO RESIDENCES,
GENERALLY LESS THAN 2 FT IN DEPTH. OF PARTICULAR NOTE IN THE COUNTY,
TWO MAJOR CREEKS THAT FEED DEER POINT LAKE PRODUCED ROAD CLOSURES.
ECONFINA CREEK ROSE TO NEAR RECORD STAGE, FORCING THE CLOSURE OF
SR-20 NORTHEAST OF SOUTHPORT. BEAR CREEK SET A NEW RECORD OF 29.54
FT AND RESULTED IN THE CLOSURE OF THE US-231 BRIDGE OVER THE CREEK.
ADDITIONALLY, A NEIGHBORHOOD ROAD, NORTH BEAR CREEK DRIVE WAS
COMPLETELY SUBMERGED DURING THE PEAK OF THE STORM. SOME HOMES ALONG
THIS PORTION OF THE CREEK HAD 2-3 FEET OF WATER INSIDE.

WASHINGTON...CONSIDERABLE FLOOD DAMAGE ACROSS THE ENTIRE COUNTY.
NUMEROUS ROADS WERE REPORTED WASHED OUT WITH BRIDGES DAMAGED. FLASH
FLOODING WAS EXTENSIVE IN CHIPLEY WITH MULTIPLE HOMES HAVING WATER
1-2 FT DEEP INSIDE. RECORD FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG HOLMES CREEK,
WITH A NEW RECORD OF 27.02 FT SET. MULTIPLE STRUCTURES FLOODED ALONG
THIS CREEK NEAR VERNON. SOME HOMES HAD 3-4 FEET OF WATER INSIDE.
ADDITIONALLY, SR-277 WAS FLOODED AND LARGELY IMPASSIBLE FOR 4 MILES
TO THE NORTHEAST OF VERNON DUE TO FLOODING FROM THE CREEK. EXTENSIVE
FLOODING OCCURRED IN THE SOUTHWESTERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY NEAR
MILLERS FERRY WHERE FLOODING FROM HOLMES CREEK AND THE
CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER CLOSED MANY ROADS AND AFFECTED SEVERAL
RESIDENCES.

HOLMES...CONSIDERABLE FLOOD DAMAGE THROUGHOUT HOLMES COUNTY,
ESPECIALLY FROM BONFIAY NORTHWARD TO WRIGHTS CREEK. SEVERAL
STRUCTURES IN BONIFAY SUFFERED FLASH FLOOD DAMAGE, SOME WITH UP TO 3
FT OF WATER INSIDE. FLOODING ALONG WRIGHTS CREEK EXCEEDED RECORD
LEVELS BY MORE THAN 3.5 FEET. THE NEW RECORD STAGE OF 20.7 FT
RESULTED IN THE CLOSURE OF CR177-A AND THE FLOODING OF NEARBY
RESIDENCES. SMALLER BRIDGES IN THE AREA WERE WASHED OUT. MODERATE
FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG THE CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER ON THE WEST END OF
THE COUNTY, AFFECTING CR-179 NORTH OF CARYVILLE.

JACKSON...SEVERAL INSTANCES OF FLASH FLOODING WERE REPORTED ACROSS
JACKSON COUNTY, PRIMARILY RESULTING IN ROAD OR SMALL BRIDGE
WASHOUTS. MOST SIGNIFICANT FLOODING WAS RIVERINE, ALONG THE CHIPOLA
RIVER. WHILE FLOODING IN MARIANNA ALONG THE CHIPOLA WAS MINOR,
DOWNSTREAM FLOODING DUE TO NEAR RECORD LEVELS ON MERRITTS MILL POND,
PUSHED THE CHIPOLA RIVER DOWNSTREAM AT TURTLE BEND TO LEVELS THAT
IMPACTED MANY RESIDENCES AND ISOLATED ACCESS INTO THE AREA FOR DAYS.

CALHOUN, FL...SEVERAL INSTANCES OF FLASH FLOODING REPORTED ACROSS
THE COUNTY WITH DAMAGE TO ROADS AND SMALL BRIDGES. MOST SIGNIFICANT
FLOODING WAS RIVERINE. JUNIPER CREEK FLOODED SR-20 WEST OF
CLARKSVILLE KEEPING THE ROAD CLOSED FOR ABOUT 24 HOURS. THE CHIPOLA
RIVER WENT WELL INTO MODERATE FLOOD STAGE, AFFECTING NUMEROUS
RESIDENCES DOWNSTREAM OF THE CR-274 BRIDGE, SOME WITH 2 OR MORE FEET
OF WATER INSIDE. FLOODING IN THE SOUTH END OF THE COUNTY WAS NOT AS
SEVERE, WITH ONLY MINOR IMPACTS REPORTED AROUND SCOTTS FERRY AT
SR-71.

LIBERTY...FLASH FLOODING REPORTED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY,
ESPECIALLY IN BRISTOL WHERE WATER FLOODED INTO A ROOM OF A SCHOOL.
SEVERAL DIRT ROADS IN THE COUNTY WERE WASHED OUT, SOME ISOLATING
RESIDENCES. FLOODING AFFECTED THE EASTERN END OF THE COUNTY ALONG
TELOGIA CREEK WITH BENTLEY BLUFF PARK AFFECTED.

GENEVA...MINOR ISSUES REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY, GENERALLY LIMITED
TO LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING AFFECTING A FEW ROADS. NO FLOODING
OCCURRED ALONG THE PEA RIVER. MINOR FLOODING IN GENEVA ALONG THE
CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER WITH SOME FISH CAMPS IN THE FLOODPLAIN
AFFECTED. NO PERMANENT RESIDENCES WERE FLOODED.

DALE...NO SIGNIFICANT ISSUES REPORTED FROM FLASH FLOODING. HOWEVER,
FLOODING ALONG THE CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER RESULTED IN WATER ENTERING A
HOME 10 MILES NORTH OF NEWTON AND THE WEST FORK CHOCTAWHATCHEE RIVER
FLOODED HIGHWAY 105 IN SKIPPERVILLE. ALONG THE PEA RIVER, A HOME
DOWNSTREAM OF US-231 HAD WATER MORE THAN 1 FT DEEP IN THE BASEMENT.

COFFEE...DURING THE PEAK OF THE EVENT, COFFEE COUNTY DECLARED ALL
ROADS IN THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE COUNTY IMPASSIBLE DUE TO FLASH
FLOODING. THIS DESIGNATION LASTED APPROXIMATELY 16 HOURS UNTIL WATER
RECEDED. MODERATE FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG PORTIONS OF THE PEA RIVER
BETWEEN THE COUNTY LINE AT US-231 DOWN TO ELBA. A PORTION OF SR-87
NORTH OF ELBA ALONG WHITEWATER CREEK AND BIG CREEK FLOODED
EXTENSIVELY. FLOODING IN ELBA WAS LIMITED TO AREAS OUTSIDE THE LEVEE
AND GENERALLY MINOR DUE TO MITIGATION EFFORTS.

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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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APCF1  APALACHICOLA    FRANKLIN     FL  3.11 MHHW   16/1730 NOS
29.7267  -84.9817

PACF1  PANAMA CITY MAR BAY          FL  3.35 MHHW   16/1654 NOS
30.1523  -85.6669

PCBF1  PANAMA CITY BEA BAY          FL  3.80 MHHW   16/1348 NOS
30.2133  -85.8783

SBIF1  SPRING CREEK    WAKULLA      FL  3.40 MHHW   16/1830 USGS
30.0800  -84.3298

MRKF1  ST. MARKS       WAKULLA      FL  2.02 MHHW   16/2015 OTHER
30.1568  -84.2070

NUTF1  NUTALL RISE     TAYLOR       FL  6.18 MHHW   16/1830 USGS
30.1497  -83.9642

STIF1  STEINHATCHEE    TAYLOR       FL  2.20 MHHW   16/1800 OTHER
29.6761  -83.3962

SUWF1  SUWANNEE        DIXIE        FL  1.96 MHHW   17/1945 USGS
29.3281  -83.1440

SEWF1  WHITE CITY      GULF         FL  3.42 MHHW   16/1845 OTHER
29.8849  -85.2197

REMARKS: MRKF1 AND SEWF1 DATA COURTESY OF NWFWMD. STIF1 DATA
COURTESY OF SRWMD.


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 WSW CECIL                  COOK             16/2026          EF0  -
31.03  -83.44



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

COASTAL FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG CHOCTAWHATCHEE BAY WITH WATER 1-2
FEET IMPACTING STRUCTURES IN FREEPORT NEAR THE US-331 BRIDGE.

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I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

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