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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE HANNA...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
926 PM CDT WED AUG 12 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 HANNA
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BROOKS...CAMERON...COASTAL CAMERON...
COASTAL KENEDY...COASTAL WILLACY...JIM HOGG...KENEDY...
NORTHERN HIDALGO...SOUTHERN HIDALGO...STARR...WILLACY...ZAPATA

JUL 31...UPDATED FOR...TORNADO INFORMATION

AUG 6...UPDATED FOR...STORM IMPACT INFORMATION FOR COUNTIES

AUG 12...UPDATED FOR...ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OBSERVATIONS AND
ADDITIONAL STORM IMPACT INFORMATION FOR COUNTIES AS WELL AS REMARKS
FOR OBSERVED WATER LEVELS






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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KBRO-BROWNSVILLE INTL TX
25.91 -97.42  999.7   26/0031   140/032  26/1012   190/042 26/0847

KHRL-HARLINGEN TX
26.23 -97.66  992.0   26/0052 I 240/038  26/0023 I 250/055 25/2312 I

KMFE-MCALLEN/MILLER INTL TX
26.18 -98.24  993.2   26/0428   140/034  26/0845   260/052 26/0328

KPIL-PORT ISABEL/CAMERON CO TX
26.16 -97.34  995.9   26/0004   130/040  26/0852   130/048 26/0853

KTXW-MID VALLEY AIRPORT, WESLACO TX
26.18 -97.97  993.8   26/0235   250/037  26/0215   250/051 26/0235

KEBG-EDINBURG INTL TX
26.44 -98.13  992.8   26/0035 I 290/039  26/0035 I 290/047 26/0015 I

KBKS-FALFURRIAS/BROOKS CO TX
27.21 -98.12  997.9   26/0115 I 020/030  26/0015 I 030/046 26/0115 I

KHBV-JIM HOGG CNTY AP, HEBBRONVILLE TX
27.35 -98.74  1002.5  26/0555   110/028  26/1055   100/038 26/0815

KAPY-ZAPATA CNTY AP, ZAPATA TX
26.97 -99.25  1002.5  26/0555   090/028  26/1315   090/036 26/1315

REMARKS: SENSOR STOPPED REPORTING AT KHRL AT 26/0052Z. WIND AND
PRESSURE DATA MISSING UNTIL 27/1607Z.


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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ATRT2-LAGUNA ATASCOSA NWR
26.23 -97.35                    245/023  25/2322   284/048 25/2022
                                 6.1 M

LSRT2-LINN SAN MANUEL NWR
26.54 -98.09                    301/024  26/0046   296/053 26/0246
                                 6.1 M

LWRT2-SANTA ANA NWR
26.08 -98.16                    252/017  26/0345   240/033 26/0345
                                 6.1 M

FART2-FALCON LAKE RAWS
26.55 -99.14                    291/023  26/0611   291/045 26/0711
                                 6.1 M

DW1996-LAGUNA VISTA CWOP
26.10 -97.29  996.40  25/2300   175/017  26/0801

CW8690-LOS FRESNOS CWOP
26.12 -97.49  995.00  26/0036   268/019  25/1956

EW6141-MISSION CWOP
26.23 -98.30  991.20  26/0400   336/011  26/0245

DW1157-LA JOYA CWOP
26.25 -98.49  987.20  26/0544   310/013  26/0244

TWB26-TWDB - RANCHO LOS COMITAS
26.77 -98.62  992.72  26/0555   078/030  26/0855   091/056 26/0815
                                   3 M

TWB67-TWDB - TEXAS AGRISCIENCE
26.35 -97.90  986.02  26/0250   188/047  26/0420   186/069 26/0405
                                   3 M

N5CEY-LOS FRESNOS CWOP
26.09 -97.43  999.20  25/2315   201/017  25/2315

CW9478-LAGUNA VISTA CWOP
26.11 -97.31  997.40  25/2101   252/025  25/2101

EW9532-MISSION CWOP
26.21 -98.30  993.00  26/0416   271/013  26/0631

FW6820-MISSION CWOP
26.25 -98.41  993.90  26/0225   278/017  26/0225

EW5801-LA FERIA CWOP
26.14 -97.82  992.50  26/0159   281/011  25/1944 I

EW9626-BROWNSVILLE CWOP
25.92 -97.52  999.90  25/2347 I 250/009  25/2230 I

HVLT2-HEBBRONVILLE RAWS
27.35 -98.74                    090/024  26/0146 I 095/042 26/0046 I
                                 6.1 M

DT058-ARMSTRONG RANCH
26.92 -97.79                    112/035  26/0245   112/056 26/0300

DT013-CALOSA 1
27.05 -98.25                    315/020  26/0215   315/036 26/0300

DT059-LA RUCIA
26.83 -98.28                    112/023  26/0530 I 112/043 26/0530 I

REMARKS: CWOP OBSERVATION SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS LIKELY
UNDERESTIMATING. TWB67 (TWDB) TEXAS AGRISCIENCE WIND SPEEDS COULD BE
FURTHER ADJUSTED


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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42020-BUOY 35NM NE PT MANSFIELD TX
26.96 -96.70  977.4   25/1730   130/058  25/1930   140/076 25/1920
                                 4.1 M

42045-TABS K 40NM E SPI TX
26.22 -96.49  998.8   25/2100   190/031  25/1530   180/041 25/1630
                                   4 M

RSJT2-RINCON DEL SAN JOSE TX
26.80 -97.48  976.1   25/2254 I 320/061  25/2006 I 320/090 25/1906
                                  10 M

PTIT2-PORT ISABEL TX
26.06 -97.21  1000.1  25/2312 I 140/033  26/0942   140/041 26/0942
                                 8.4 M

REAPN-REALITOS PENISULA TX
26.27 -97.28  991.9   25/2236 I 220/044  25/2206 I 230/055 25/2106

BABT2-BAFFIN BAY TX
27.31 -97.41  992.4   25/2136 I 030/056  25/2136 I 030/070 25/2118
                                  10 M

PCGT2-SOUTH PADRE ISLAND CGS, TX
26.08 -97.18  997.2   25/2312   240/038  25/2118   240/046 25/2130

BZST2-SPI BRAZOS SANTIAGO, TX (CMAN)
26.07 -97.15  996.8   25/2254   140/040  26/0830   240/051 25/2124
                                4.25 M

PMNT2-PORT MANSFIELD, TX TCOON
26.56 -97.42  980.6   25/2230 I 999/999          I

REMARKS: SUSTAINED WIND DATA FOR PORT MANFIELD TCOON (PMNT2) IS
MISSING.


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC JUL 23 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUL 29
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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3 WNW SANTA ROSA             HIDALGO             SNRT2        15.49 I
26.27  -97.87

PORT MANSFIELD               WILLACY             PSFT2        14.80 I
26.55  -97.43

1 SE PORT MANSFIELD          WILLACY             TX-WC-8      14.76
26.54  -97.42

3 S SULLIVAN CITY            HIDALGO             RGLT2        14.59
26.24  -98.56

4 NW MISSION                 HIDALGO             TX-HDL-55    14.40
26.25  -98.36

1 W LA JOYA                  HIDALGO             TX-HDL-14    13.92
26.25  -98.49

2 NE MCALLEN                 HIDALGO             TX-HDL-21    12.66
26.24  -98.22

6 WSW HARLINGEN              CAMERON             TX-CMR-100   12.37
26.16  -97.78

1 NNW MISSION                HIDALGO             E6141        12.25 I
26.23  -98.32

4 N MCALLEN                  HIDALGO             TX-HDL-50    12.03
26.27  -98.24

2 ENE MISSION                HIDALGO             TX-HDL-9     12.00
26.22  -98.29

LA JOYA                      HIDALGO             LJAT2        11.85
26.32  -98.37

HARLINGEN                    CAMERON             HGNT2        11.72
26.20  -97.67

4 W HARLINGEN                CAMERON             TX-CMR-93    11.61
26.20  -97.76

4 W HARLINGEN                CAMERON             TX-CMR-121   11.09
26.20  -97.75

2 SSE MCALLEN                HIDALGO             TX-HDL-18    10.66
26.19  -98.23

10 N MISSION                 HIDALGO             TX-HDL-40    10.65 I
26.35  -98.31

3 NNE MCALLEN                HIDALGO             TX-HDL-46    10.55
26.25  -98.23

FALCON LAKE                  STARR               FART2         9.84
26.55  -99.14

2 N EDINBURG                 HIDALGO             TX-HDL-41     9.78
26.33  -98.17

0 N HARLINGEN                CAMERON             TX-CMR-85     9.70
26.20  -97.69

4 WSW MISSION                HIDALGO             TX-HDL-19     9.50 I
26.19  -98.38

2 SW MERCEDES                HIDALGO             TX-HDL-54     9.34
26.13  -97.94

18 NE RIO GRANDE CITY        STARR               TX-ST-2       9.30
26.54  -98.60

2 NNE LOS FRESNOS            CAMERON             TX-CMR-105    9.09
26.10  -97.46

6 ENE SAN BENITO             CAMERON             TX-CMR-96     8.74
26.17  -97.54

SANTA ANA                    HIDALGO             LWRT2         8.68
26.08  -98.16

13 E BROWNSVILLE             CAMERON             TX-CMR-94     8.65
25.95  -97.28

1 NE HARLINGEN               CAMERON             TX-CMR-120    8.52
26.20  -97.67

MCALLEN                      HIDALGO             KMFE          8.30
26.18  -98.24

2 SW MCALLEN                 HIDALGO             MCAT2         8.23
26.19  -98.25

11 N LA JOYA                 HIDALGO             TX-HRL-5      8.17
26.41  -98.46

0 NE LOS FRESNOS             CAMERON             TX-CMR-21     7.90
26.08  -97.48

4 N BROWNSVILLE              CAMERON             TX-CMR-16     7.49
25.98  -97.49

32 SSW HEBBRONVILLE          JIM HOGG            TX-JH-10      7.48
26.90  -98.92

4 ENE RIO GRANDE CITY        STARR               TX-ST-8       7.37
26.41  -98.78

2 WNW BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-90     7.25
25.93  -97.51

2 W BROWNSVILLE              CAMERON             TX-CMR-13     7.16
25.92  -97.52

4 SE ARMSTRONG               KENEDY              ARMT2         7.03 I
26.84  -97.71

0 N LAGUNA VISTA             CAMERON             TX-CMR-58     6.81
26.10  -97.29

LINN-SAN MANUEL              HIDALGO             LSRT2         6.78
26.54  -98.09

1 E RANCHO VIEJO             CAMERON             TX-CMR-1      6.54
26.03  -97.55

WESLACO                      HIDALGO             KTXW          6.53 I
26.18  -97.97

3 N BROWNSVILLE              CAMERON             TX-CMR-28     6.46
25.97  -97.48

SARITA                       KENEDY                            6.20
27.22  -97.79

32 S HEBBRONVILLE            JIM HOGG            TX-JH-9       5.84 I
26.85  -98.70

21 SSE HEBBRONVILLE          JIM HOGG            TX-JH-8       5.85 I
27.04  -98.53

0 SSE BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-51     5.69
25.92  -97.48

7 NW BROWNSVILLE             CAMERON             TX-CMR-31     5.68
26.00  -97.57

6 SE BROWNSVILLE             CAMERON             TX-CMR-8      5.30
25.85  -97.42

0 WSW BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-22     5.25
25.92  -97.49

SAN MANUEL                   HIDALGO             SMLT2         5.19
26.57  -98.12

2 NNE BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-89     5.15
25.95  -97.47

2 ESE BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-23     5.02
25.92  -97.45

4 ENE BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-43     5.00
25.95  -97.43

2 SE SAN YGNACIO             ZAPATA              TX-ZP-2       4.96
27.02  -99.41

4 W FALFURRIAS               BROOKS              FAFT2         4.84 I
27.23  -98.20

1 SSE SAN BENITO             CAMERON             TX-CMR-101    4.83
26.12  -97.63

SARITA                       KENEDY              SRTT2         4.77
27.22  -97.70

1 WNW LAGUNA VISTA           CAMERON             TX-CMR-124    4.74
26.11  -97.31

BROWNSVILLE                  CAMERON             BWNT2         4.57
25.92  -97.42

6 WNW BROWNSVILLE            CAMERON             TX-CMR-61     4.56
25.96  -97.58

9 SSWS FALFURRIAS            BROOKS              TX-BRK-3      4.47
27.11  -98.21

22 SSW HEBBRONVILLE          JIM HOGG            TX-JH-7       4.41
27.04  -98.87

ZAPATA                       ZAPATA              KAPY          4.38 I
26.97  -99.25

2 W FALCON DAM               STARR               FALT2         4.37 I
26.56  -99.16

BROWNSVILLE                  CAMERON             KBRO          4.33
25.91  -97.42

15 SSE HEBBRONVILLE          JIM HOGG            TX-JH-12      4.27 I
27.11  -98.61

1 ENE HEBBRONVILLE           JIM HOGG            TX-JH-3       3.36 I
27.32  -98.68

4 SSE HEBBRONVILLE           JIM HOGG            TX-JH-4       3.21
27.26  -98.66

FALFURRIAS                   BROOKS              KBKS          3.21 I
27.21  -98.12

4 NW BROWNSVILLE             CAMERON             TX-CMR-98     2.71
25.97  -97.53

PORT ISABEL                  CAMERON             PIST2         2.67 I
26.09  -97.31

RIO GRANDE CITY              STARR               RGDT2         2.65 I
26.38  -98.81

HEBBRONVILLE                 JIM HOGG            HVLT2         1.82
27.35  -98.74

HEBBRONVILLE                 JIM HOGG            KHBV          1.18 I
27.33  -98.73



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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CAMERON...ONGOING WATER RESCUES IN THE CITY OF LA FERIA WITH RENEWED
RISING FLOOD WATERS FROM RECENT RAINFALL OVER THE LAST HOUR OR TWO.

CAMERON...FLOOD WATER LEVELS HAVE RISEN TO THE DOORSTEPS OF HOMES;
ANY FURTHER INCREASE IN WATER LEVELS MAY LEAD TO WATER ENTERING THE
HOMES.

HIDALGO...WATER ENTERING HOMES ON THE SOUTHEAST SIDE OF EDINBURG.
EVENT TIME BASED ON TIME THE REPORT WAS RECEIVED.

HIDALGO...REPORT OF 12 INCHES OF WATER FLOWING ACROSS SHARY ROAD
NEAR GRIFFIN PARK BLVD IN MISSION

HIDALGO...NUMEROUS WATER RESCUES IN SEVERAL AREAS WITHIN THE CITY OF
MISSION.

HIDALGO...MULTIPLE STREETS FLOODED IN THE CITY OF MISSION.

HIDALGO...CITY OF MISSION FD REPORTS OF WATER ON HIGHWAY 83 BETWEEN
CONWAY AVE AND HOLLAND AVE.

HIDALGO...FLOODED PARKING LOT RELAYED VIA BROADCAST MEDIA.

CAMERON...CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLASH FLOOD REPORT FROM HARLINGEN.
PUBLIC REPORTED FLOODING IN THE AREA WITH WATER UP TO KNEES. WATER
IS NOW ENTERING HOMES. RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.

CAMERON...PUBLIC REPORTED FLOODING IN THE AREA AND WATER IS NOW
ENTERING HOMES. RELAYED VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.

CAMERON...AMATEUR RADIO OPERATOR REPORTED WATER UP TO THE CURB ON
STREETS IN LA FERIA.

WILLACY...HIGHWAY 186 FLOODED OUTSIDE OF PORT MANSFIELD; POSSIBLY
CUTTING OFF THE CITY.

CAMERON...2 ONGOING WATER RESCUES IN LA FERIA.

CAMERON...FOUR INCHES OF WATER ON ROAD AT INTERSECTION OF MILITARY
HIGHWAY AND WEST ALTON GLOOR BOULEVARD IN BROWNSVILLE BETWEEN 1209
PM AND 1250 PM.

ZAPATA...ONGOING MINOR STREET FLOODING WITH AT LEAST ONE FOOT OF
WATER DEPTH AT THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 16 AND ALAMO ST.

CAMERON...CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLOOD REPORT FROM 1 SE SAN BENITO. MINOR
STREET FLOODING ON HEYWOOD STREET IN SAN BENITO.

CAMERON...MINOR STREET FLOODING ON HEYWOOD STREET IN SAN BENITO.

HIDALGO...REPORT OF 12 INCHES OF WATER FLOWING ACROSS SHARY ROAD
NEAR GRIFFIN PARK BLVD IN MISSION.

HIDALGO...NUMEROUS WATER RESCUES IN SEVERAL AREAS WITHIN THE CITY OF
MISSION.

HIDALGO...MULTIPLE STREETS FLOODED IN THE CITY OF MISSION.

HIDALGO...FLOODED PARKING LOT RELAYED VIA BROADCAST MEDIA.

CAMERON...AMATEUR RADIO OPERATOR REPORTED WATER UP TO THE CURB ON
STREETS IN LA FERIA.

CAMERON...SEVERAL STREETS FLOODED IN HARLINGEN.

CAMERON...SEVERAL STREETS BECOMING FLOODED WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF
HARLINGEN.

CAMERON...NEIGHBORHOOD STREET REPORTING 1 TO 2 FEET OF WATER.

HIDALGO...REPORT OF 12 INCHES OF WATER FLOWING ACROSS SHARY ROAD
NEAR GRIFFIN PARK BLVD IN MISSION

HIDALGO...NEIGHBORHOOD STREET FLOODING WITH WATER RISING INTO YARDS
APPROACHING HOMES.

HIDALGO...NUMEROUS STREET AND ROADWAYS FLOODED WITH 1 TO 2 FEET OF
WATER.

CAMERON...SEVERAL STREET AND FIELD FLOODING. WATER ESTIMATES 1 TO 2
FEET

HIDALGO...CANAL ON S 23RD STREET RISING OUT OF ITS BANK, SEVERAL
ROADS FLOODED

HIDALGO...1 TO 3 FEET WATER IN NEIGHBORHOOD STREETS, WATER RISING
NEAR HOMES

HIDALGO...1 TO 2 FEET OF STREET FLOODING AT 14TH AND MAHL. WATER
NEARING SOME APARTMENTS AND HOMES. WATER UP TO VECHICLES TIRE WELL
AND BOTTOM OF DOORS SOME PARTIALLY SUBMERGED.

HIDALGO...SEVERAL REPORTS OF STREET FLOODING. ESTIMATES 1 TO 2 FEET
OF WATER COVERING THE ROADS

HIDALGO...STREET FLOODING AT 4 MILE AND INSPIRATION. 1 TO 2 FEET OF
WATER COVERING THE STREET

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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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BABT2  BAFFIN BAY      KLEBERG      TX  1.83 MSL    26/2354 NOS
27.2970  -97.4052

RSJT2  RINCON DEL SAN  KENNEDY      TX  3.43 MSL    26/1018 NOS
26.8012  -97.4706

PMNT2  PORT MANSFIELD  WILLACY      TX  2.62 MSL    26/1736 NOS
26.5576  -97.4257

RLIT2  REALITOS PENINS CAMERON      TX  2.51 MHHW   26/0936 NOS    I
26.2624  -97.2853

PCGT2  USCG SOUTH PADR CAMERON      TX  1.70 MHHW   25/1624 NOS
26.0731  -97.1675

BZST2  BRAZOS SANTIAGO CAMERON      TX  1.67 MHHW   25/1812 NOS    I
26.0674  -97.1548

PTIT2  PORT ISABEL     CAMERON      TX  1.56 MHHW   25/1548 NOS    I
26.0612  -97.2155

REMARKS: WEBCAMS FROM THE MANSFIELD CUT (JUST NORTH OF PORT
MANSFIELD) SHOWED ROUGH WAVES RUNNING WELL INTO THE DUNES DURING
LATE AFTERNOON ON JULY 25TH. MULTIPLE SURVEYS CONDUCTED ALONG PADRE
ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE (PINS) IN KENEDY COUNTY INDICATED THAT
EIGHT WASHOVER CHANNELS WERE REARRANGED BY THE COMBINATION OF STORM
SURGE AND WAVE ACTION ON THE 25TH. MANY DUNES WERE ERODED, OR
CALVED, ALONG PINS NORTH OF THE MANSFIELD CUT. FARTHER SOUTH, WATER
LEVELS REACHED THE DUNE LINE ON SATURDAY, THE 25TH, PRIOR TO HIGH
TIDE, ON SOUTH PADRE ISLAND. THESE LEVELS LASTED THROUGH EARLY
AFTERNOON BEFORE RECEDING.


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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5 SE BROWNSVILLE             CAMERON          26/0832          EF0  -
25.87  -97.44

AN INITIAL TOUCHDOWN WAS DISCOVERED ABOUT 2.3 MILES SOUTH OF
BROWNSVILLE/SOUTH PADRE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. HERE, AN EMPTY
TRACTOR-TRAILER WAS MOVED ON AN ANGLE INTO A STAND OF TREES, AN
UNANCHORED TRAVEL TRAILER WAS FLIPPED, A STORAGE SHED WAS FLATTENED,
AND SEVERAL MESQUITE TREES LOST LARGE LIMBS. A FEW MINUTES LATER,
SEVERAL AREAS OF DAMAGE OCCURRED ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE BROWNSVILLE
AIRPORT. A DOZEN WINDOWS WERE BLOWN OUT OF AN AIRPLANE HANGAR
BUILDING, AN UNANCHORED OLD JET STAIRCASE WAS FLIPPED AND A GARAGE
DOOR COLLAPSED INWARD. IN ADDITION, A 737 AIRPLANE WAS MOVED INTO A
HANGAR, CAUSING DAMAGE TO THE HANGAR WALL. NO DAMAGE WAS NOTED TO
THE PLANE ITSELF. AS THE TORNADO MOVED TO THE NORTH NORTHWEST,
SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS WERE SNAPPED, IN ADDITION TO A WEAK
UPROOTED TREE. FINALLY FURTHER NORTH, TWO HOMES LOST LARGE SECTIONS
OF THEIR ROOFS WITH MOST WALLS STILL STANDING. THE BRIEF TORNADO
THEN LIFTED WITH NO OTHER TORNADO DAMAGE FOUND.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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COASTAL KENEDY       0                 0                     0



KENEDY               0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE TO TREES IN MOST OF THE COUNTY ESPECIALLY
ALONG AND NEAR U.S. I-69E. DOZENS OF TREES HAD SMALL TO MEDIUM TREE
LIMBS BROKEN OR SNAPPED OFF. AT LEAST A DOZEN TREES HAD MEDIUM TO
LARGE TREE LIMBS BROKEN OR SNAPPED OFF. SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED
IN HALF. A COUPLE OF TREES WERE UPROOTED FROM THE GROUND. IN
ADDITION, A COUPLE OF TRACTOR TRAILERS TURNED OVER WHILE DRIVING
THROUGH THE EYEWALL AT LANDFALL ON I-69E NEAR ARMSTRONG WHICH CLOSED
THE INTERSTATE UNTIL THE TRAILERS COULD BE MOVED.

COASTAL WILLACY      0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE ACROSS PORT MANSFIELD FROM HURRICANE FORCE
WINDS. THIS INCLUDING SEVERAL ROLLED OVER MOBILES HOMES THAT WERE
DAMAGED OR DESTROYED, NUMEROUS SOCIAL MEDIA REPORTS OF HOMES LOSING
ASPHALT SHINGLES, AND NUMEROUS ELECTRICAL POWER POLES DOWN. IN
ADDITION, FLASH FLOODING WAS REPORTED OUTSIDE OF PORT MANSFIELD ON
HIGHWAY 186 BLOCKING OFF TRAFFIC IN AND OUT OF PORT MANSFIELD.
WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES IMPACTED PORT MANSFIELD DURING AND AFTER
LANDFALL OF THE STORM.

WILLACY              0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE FROM PORT MANSFIELD TO RAYMONDVILLE FROM
HURRICANE-FORCE WIND GUSTS. DOZENS OF POORLY BUILT STRUCTURES HAD
ROOFS PARTIALLY BLOW OFF AND DOZENS OF FENCES WERE BLOWN DOWN. A
STADIUM LIGHT TOWER AT RAYMONDVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WAS TORN FROM ITS
MOORINGS. A FEW METAL BARNS WERE BLOWN DOWN EAST OF RAYMONDVILLE.
HUNDREDS OF ELECTRIC UTILITY POLES WERE BLOWN DOWN, SNAPPED OR
LEANING. THOUSANDS OF TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN AND DOZENS OF TREES
WERE UPROOTED. ADDITIONAL ROOF DAMAGE TO POORLY BUILT STRUCTURES IN
LYFORD. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES IMPACTED MOST OF THE COUNTY DURING
THE PEAK OF THE STORM. AREAL FLOODING WAS REPORTED ACROSS WESTERN
PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY WHICH LASTED SEVERAL DAYS AFTER LANDFALL.
COTTON CROPS IN THE FIELD WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. CITRUS
AND SUGARCANE CROPS WERE ALSO HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.

COASTAL CAMERON      0                 0                     0

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND ON THE MORNING OF JULY 25TH PRIOR TO HANNA`S
LANDFALL ENCOUNTERED A LITTLE MORE THAN A SIX HOUR PERIOD OF TIDAL
RUN-UP AND MINOR OVERWASH INTO THE DUNES, ESPECIALLY ALONG NARROW
BEACHES, CENTERED AROUND HIGH TIDE. OFFSHORE WESTERLY FLOW AS HANNA
ADVANCED INLAND, RESULTED IN THE PILING OF AN ESTIMATED 1 TO 2 FEET
OF BAY WATERS ONTO THE LAGUNA MADRE SIDE OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, WITH
HIGH WATER INTO DOCKS AND LOW-LYING AREAS THAT DON`T NORMALLY SEE
WATER.

CAMERON              0                 0                     0

DOZENS OF POORLY BUILT STRUCTURES ALONG AND NORTH OF INTERSTATE 2
FROM HARLINGEN TO SANTA ROSA SUSTAINED MINOR ROOF DAMAGE WITH A
NUMBER OF FENCES BLOWN DOWN. HUNDREDS OF LARGE TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN
DOWN WITH A DOZEN ELECTRIC UTILITY POLES LEANING OR SNAPPED. A ROOF
WAS BLOWN OFF A SHED IN THE LA FERIA AREA. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES
IMPACTED MORE THAN 50 THOUSAND RESIDENCES DURING AND AFTER THE PEAK
OF THE STORM. WIDESPREAD AREAL FLOODING DEVELOPED WELL AFTER THE
STORM MADE LANDFALL IN THE NORTHWEST PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY. POOR
DRAINAGE OF INTERCONNECTED IRRIGATION CANALS ALLOWED SEVERAL FEET OF
WATER TO MOVE INTO NEIGHBORHOODS, ROADWAYS AND FIELDS BETWEEN LA
FERIA AND SANTA ROSA. SEVERAL SECONDARY ROADS AND FARM TO MARKET
ROADS WERE CLOSED FOR SEVERAL DAYS AFTER THE RAINFALL INCLUDING
STATE HIGHWAY 107 WEST OF SANTA ROSA AND FM 506 BETWEEN LA FERIA AND
SANTA ROSA. DOZENS OF LOW-LYING BUILDINGS WERE FLOODED BY SEVERAL
INCHES TO A FOOT OR TWO OF WATER. WATER DEPTHS RANGED FROM 18 INCHES
TO 4 FEET IN THE AREAS WITH THE HIGHEST RAINFALL. COTTON CROPS IN
THE FIELD WERE HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. CITRUS AND SUGARCANE
CROPS WERE ALSO HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.

BROOKS               0                 0                     0

MINOR ROOF DAMAGE WAS FOUND AT SEVERAL BUILDINGS ALONG BUSINESS U.S.
HIGHWAY 281 IN ENCINO. DOZENS OF LARGE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN.

NORTHERN HIDALGO     0                 0                     0



SOUTHERN HIDALGO     0                 0                     0

WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS, WALLS, AND SHINGLES IN EASTERN
PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY ESPECIALLY IN THE COLONIAS WHERE A LARGE
PERCENTAGE OF POORLY BUILT STRUCTURES EXIST. SEVERAL HUNDRED OF
THESE STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED TO VARYING DEGREES. THE HIGHEST
CONCENTRATION OF WIND DAMAGE STRETCHED FROM NORTH OF WESLACO THROUGH
NORTH OF THE CITIES OF DONNA, ALAMO, SAN JUAN, AND THE SAN CARLOS
AND DOOLITTLE NEIGHBORHOODS EAST OF EDINBURG. A DOZEN OF THE
POOREST-BUILT AND UNANCHORED STRUCTURES WERE DEMOLISHED. HUNDREDS OF
LARGE TREE LIMBS WERE BLOWN DOWN AND DOZENS OF ELECTRIC UTILITY
POLES WERE LEANING OR SNAPPED. A ROOF COLLAPSED AT A HOME NEAR
EDCOUCH. SHINGLES WERE BLOWN OFF A HOME NEAR EDINBURG WITH SMALL
UPROOTED TREES. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES OCCURRED DURING THE PEAK OF
THE STORM WITH 150,000 RESIDENCES IMPACTED. WIDESPREAD FLOODING
DEVELOPED ACROSS MOST OF THE SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY
ESPECIALLY IN LOW-LYING AND POOR DRAINAGE LOCATIONS. THE LA BRISAS
NEIGHBORHOOD IN NORTHEAST WESLACO HAD 2 TO 3 FEET OF WATER DEPTH IN
MANY STREETS WITH A FEW HOMES AT STREET LEVEL FLOODING WITH SEVERAL
INCHES TO A FOOT OF WATER. SEVERAL COLONIAS FROM NORTH OF WESLACO
THROUGH EAST OF EDINBURG HAD HIGH POCKETS OF HIGH WATER RANGING FROM
1 TO 3 FEET DEEP TWO DAYS AFTER LANDFALL. IN BUILDINGS AND
STRUCTURES NOT ELEVATED ABOVE STREET LEVEL, SEVERAL INCHES TO MORE
THAN A FOOT OF WATER REACHED INSIDE. COTTON CROPS IN THE FIELD WERE
HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. CITRUS AND SUGARCANE CROPS WERE ALSO
HEAVILY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. 5 INDIRECT FATALITIES (4 CARBON
MONOXIDE POISONING IN EDINBURG, 1 FELL OFF LADDER CLEARING STORM
DEBRIS IN ALTON)

JIM HOGG             0                 0                     0



STARR                0                 0                     0

AN UNKNOWN NUMBER OF LARGE LIMBS WERE BLOWN OFF TREES IN THE RANCH
AREAS IN THE EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY ALONG WITH A FEW TIN
BARNS PUSHED OFF THEIR MOORINGS AND AN UNKNOWN NUMBER OF BUILDINGS
WITH SHINGLE DAMAGE. A TIN ROOF WAS BLOWN OFF A SERVICE STATION IN
ROMA.

ZAPATA               0                 0                     0



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