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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM CLAUDETTE
NATIONAL SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
1248 PM CDT TUE JUN 29 2021

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
CLAUDETTE OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

LA PARISHES INCLUDED...ASCENSION...ASSUMPTION...JEFFERSON...
LAFOURCHE...LIVINGSTON...ORLEANS...PLAQUEMINES...ST. BERNARD...
ST. CHARLES...ST. JAMES...ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST...ST. TAMMANY...
TANGIPAHOA...TERREBONNE...

MS COUNTIES INCLUDED...HANCOCK...HARRISON... JACKSON...PEARL RIVER...

6/29/21 - UPDATE #2:
- UPDATED INLAND FLOODING IMPACTS TO REFLECT ACTUAL CRESTS INSTEAD
  OF FORECAST CRESTS ALONG THE PEARL RIVER
- ADDED INFORMATION REGARDING A 2ND CONFIRMED TORNADO IN JACKSON CO
- UPDATED REFERENCE LOCATION OF EF-1 TORNADO IN JACKSON CO TO A CITY
  WITHIN THE COUNTY
- ADDED PARISH- AND COUNTY-SPECIFIC IMPACTS
- THIS IS LIKELY THE FINAL UPDATE

6/20/21 - UPDATE #1:
- REMOVED ERRONEOUS METAR DATA FOR KPQL
- ADDED INFORMATION FOR CONFIRMED TORNADO IN JACKSON COUNTY
- ADDED INFORMATION FOR INLAND FLOODING IMPACTS


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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KGPT-GULFPORT AIRPORT
30.40 -89.07  1006.6   19/0753  140/037  19/0753   120/050  19/0752

KBIX-BILOXI AIR FORCE BASE
30.43 -88.92  1007.4   19/0956  190/035  19/0826   190/045  19/0831

KNEW-NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT
30.04 -90.03  1005.4   19/1038  090/030  18/2232   100/038  18/2247

KMSY-NEW ORLEANS ARMSTRONG INTL AIRPORT
29.98 -90.25  1006.1   19/0953  090/026  18/2253   080/037  18/2256

KPQL-PASCAGOULA TRENT LOTT AIRPORT
30.46 -88.53  1008.5   19/1215  158/024  19/0810   120/036  19/0824

KLNQ-BURAS
29.35 -89.44                    150/021  19/0455 I 160/032  19/0535 I

KGAO-GALLIANO
29.44 -90.26                    040/021  18/2115   040/032  18/2115

KASD-SLIDELL AIRPORT
30.35 -89.82  1005.9   19/0853  090/017  19/0233   140/029  19/0518

KNBG-BELLE CHASSE NAVAL AIR STATION
29.82 -90.03  1005.9   19/0955  080/020  19/0023   090/027  19/0026

REMARKS: WIND IS REPORTED AS DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS THE DIRECTION AND
SSS IS THE SPEED. OBSERVATIONS FOLLOWED BY AN I INDICATE THE DATA IS
INCOMPLETE.


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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WX FLOW-GULFPORT
30.36 -89.11  1005.2  19/1004   090/035  19/0414   140/051  19/0744
                              10.3M/1MIN

WX FLOW-BAYOU BIENVENUE
30.00 -89.90  1002.9  19/0825   100/039  18/2145   090/049  19/0130
                              27.4M/5MIN

WX FLOW-DULAC
29.35 -90.73  1005.2  19/0817   090/023  18/1807   050/041  18/2247
                              10.3M/1MIN

WX FLOW-WAGGAMAN
29.94 -90.23  1004.2  19/0952   060/020  18/2302   060/037  18/2307
                              10.3M/1MIN

WX FLOW-NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT
30.04 -90.02  1004.5  19/0843   090/027  18/2243   080/035  19/0133
                              10.3M/1MIN

WX FLOW-BILOXI
30.44 -88.98  1004.2  19/0804   180/019  19/0829   180/034  19/0829
                              15.2M/1MIN

WX FLOW-MANDEVILLE
30.40 -90.09  1004.1  19/0841   190/021  19/0806   110/033  18/1631
                              10.3M/1MIN

REMARKS: WIND DATA IS REPORTED AS DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS THE DIRECTION
AND SSS IS THE SPEED. WX FLOW DATA IS PRELIMINARY BASED ON 5-MINUTE
RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS.


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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WX FLOW-SHIP ISLAND
30.23 -88.98  1004.9  19/0746   130/039  19/0626   130/053  19/0626
                              11.8M/1MIN

KDLP - WEST DELTA 27A
21.12 -89.55                    220/041  19/0835   220/051  19/0835
                              34.7M/2MIN

KVKY-MAIN PASS 289C
29.26 -88.44                    220/042  19/1255   220/048  19/1255
                               115M/2MIN

KMIS-MAIN PASS 140B
29.30 -88.84                    200/041  19/1015   200/048  19/1015
                                85M/2MIN

PSTL1-PILOTS STAT EAST
28.93 -89.41  1006.5  19/0712   180/039  19/0624   170/047  19/0454
                              20.3M/2MIN

WYCM6-BAY WAVELAND YACHT CLUB
30.33 -89.33                    090/033  19/0418   090/046  19/0418
                               9.9M/2MIN

PTBM6-PETIT BOIS ISLAND
30.21 -88.50  1008.0  19/0948   190/034  19/1030   110/046  19/0430
                               4.6M/10MIN

BURL1-C-MAN SW PASS
28.90 -89.43                    999/040  19/0500   999/046  18/1800
                                38M/10MIN

42040-LUKE OFFSHORE TEST PLATFORM
29.21 -88.24  1009.2  19/1030   120/033  18/1850   120/045  19/1030
                               3.8M/10MIN

WX FLOW-MID LAKE
30.20 -90.12  1004.0  19/1056   100/035  18/2241   100/044  18/2241
                              12.5M/1MIN

NWCL1-NEW CANAL
30.03 -90.11  1005.2  19/1018   080/029  19/0018   080/042  19/0142
                               9.9M/2MIN

SHBL1-SHELL BEACH
29.87 -89.67  1006.3  19/0830   080/032  18/2136   080/042  19/0048
                              15.6M/2MIN

GISL1-GRAND ISLE
29.27 -89.96                    999/029  18/1942   999/042  18/1948
                               6.6M/2MIN

PILL1-PILOTTOWN
29.18 -89.56  1007.7  19/0830   220/035  19/0854   220/042  19/0854
                               9.5M/2MIN

LOPL1-LOUISIANA OFFSHORE OIL PORT
28.89 -90.02  1008.1  19/0652   999/035  19/0652   999/042  19/0452
                              57.9M/2MIN

LUMCON MARINE
29.25 -90.66  1006.0  18/2215 I 999/034  18/2215 I 999/036  18/2215 I
                                   /

FREL1-FRENIER LANDING
30.11 -90.42  1004.9  19/0842   080/027  18/2324   090/034  18/2230
                                10M/1MIN

REMARKS: WIND DATA IS REPORTED AS DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS THE DIRECTION
AND SSS IS THE SPEED. WX FLOW DATA IS PRELIMINARY BASED ON 5-MINUTE
RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS. OBSERVATIONS FOLLOWED BY AN I INDICATE THE
DATA IS INCOMPLETE.


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC JUN 18 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUN 19
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                        (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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6.2 E PEARL RIVER            HANCOCK            NAPM6         12.26
30.35 -89.65

0.9 NNW DIAMONDHEAD          HANCOCK            MS-HC-05      11.83
30.39 -89.38

11 N KILN                    HANCOCK            KMSPERKI15    11.16
30.57 -89.45

3.3 N KILN                   HANCOCK            MS-HC-09      10.95
30.46 -89.43

3 NW LYMAN                   HARRISON           KMSGULFP107   10.55
30.53 -89.17

5 E SLIDELL                  ST. TAMMANY        KLASLIDE118   10.23
30.29 -89.70

3.2 E SLIDELL                ST. TAMMANY        LA-ST-26       9.60
30.28 -89.72

6 ENE WADE                   JACKSON            KMSMOSSP34     8.90
30.67 -88.47

1.7 NE SLIDELL               ST. TAMMANY        LA-ST-23       8.87
30.30 -89.76

SLIDELL CITY                 ST. TAMMANY        SISL1          8.70
30.27 -89.77

1 SSW MOSS POINT             JACKSON            KMSMOSSP17     8.37
30.41 -88.50

8.9 NNW PASS CHRISTIAN       HARRISON           MS-HR-15       8.34
30.44 -89.28

RIGOLETS NR LK PONTCHARTRAIN ORLEANS            RIGL1          8.19
30.16 -89.74

1 S PEARLINGTON              HANCOCK            MSPEARL15      8.04
30.24 -89.60

EDEN ISLE                    ST. TAMMANY        FW7679         7.91
30.23 -89.80

2.0 S PEARL RIVER            ST. TAMMANY        LA-ST-20       7.84
30.34 -89.75

9.8 NNW PASS CHRISTIAN       HARRISON           MS-HR-37       7.80
30.46 -89.28

1.2 NNW MOSS POINT           JACKSON            MS-JC-27       7.75
30.44 -88.53

PASCAGOULA TRENT LOTT AP     JACKSON            KPQL           7.73
30.46 -88.53

1.7 NNE SAUCIER              HARRISON           MS-HR-22       7.68
30.66 -89.13

6 NE ESCATAWPA               JACKSON            KMSMOSSP27     6.95
30.54 -88.47

5.3 NW GULFPORT              HARRISON           MS-HR-39       6.43
30.44 -89.13

3.3 E OCEAN SPRINGS          JACKSON            MS-JC-02       6.09
30.41 -88.75

SLIDELL NWS OFFICE           ST. TAMMANY        LIX            6.05
30.34 -89.82

5.6 ENE PICAYUNE             PEARL RIVER        MS-PR-04       5.95
30.55 -89.59

4.9 N GAUTIER                JACKSON            MS-JC-22       5.85
30.46 -88.65

1.6 NNE VANCLEAVE            JACKSON            MS-JC-28       5.81
30.56 -88.65

6 NNW PEARL RIVER            ST. TAMMANY        PRUL1          5.70
30.46 -89.78

BILOXI KEESLER AFB           HARRISON           BIX            5.64
30.40 -88.92

GULFPORT-BILOXI AP           HARRISON           GPT            5.63
30.25 -89.05

4 WSW MCNEIL                 PEARL RIVER        AU216          5.27
30.64 -89.70

GRAND BAY                    JACKSON            GRBM6          5.17
30.44 -88.43

5 NE EAST NEW ORLEANS        ORLEANS            TS947          4.85
30.11 -89.86

10 NNE POPLARVILLE           PEARL RIVER        AT918          4.70
30.98 -89.47

5.4 E CARRIERE               PEARL RIVER        MS-PR-13       4.65
30.62 -89.56

2.7 E ST. BERNARD            ST. BERNARD        LA-SB-2        4.57
29.87 -89.81

BOOTHVILLE HELIPORT          PLAQUEMINES        LNQ            4.37 I
29.35 -89.43

1.4 N LACOMBE                ST. TAMMANY        LA-ST-8        3.91
30.33 -89.93

TIMBERLANE                   JEFFERSON          DW6888         3.90
29.87 -90.04

1 SSE GRETNA                 JEFFERSON          EW8473         3.80
29.91 -90.05

1.6 NNE BELLE CHASSE         PLAQUEMINES        LA-PL-1        3.45
29.87 -89.99

2.8 E NEW ORLEANS            ORLEANS            LA-OR-19       3.34
29.94 -90.03

CHALMETTE                    ST. BERNARD        CHLMT          3.20
29.94 -89.97


REMARKS: SELECT RAINFALL TOTALS IN EXCESS OF 3 INCHES INCLUDED. SEE
PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT ISSUED AT 144 PM SAT JUN 19 FOR MORE
COMPLETE RAINFALL DATA. ANY HOME WEATHER STATION DATA INCLUDED HERE
WAS QC`D AGAINST MRMS DATA BEFORE INCLUSION.



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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ID - LOCATION                               FLOOD   CREST   CREST
                                            STAGE   STAGE   DATE
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HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE NORTH SHORE OF LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN AND THROUGH
THE MISSISSIPPI COAST RESULTED IN MINOR TO MODERATE FLOODING ALONG
AREA RIVERS. A SUMMARY OF CREST INFORMATION IS LISTED BELOW.

MODERATE FLOODING:
BLWM6 - BILOXI RIVER NEAR WORTHAM           16.0    22.7    JUN 19
LYMM6 - BILOXI RIVER NEAR LYMAN             12.0    16.0    JUN 19

MINOR FLOODING:
BXAL1 - PEARL RIVER NEAR BOGALUSA           18.0    20.1    JUN 22
PERL1 - PEARL RIVER NEAR PEARL RIVER        14.0    15.6    JUN 23
MNLM6 - W HOBOLOCHITTO CK NEAR MCNEILL      15.0    16.3    JUN 19
CREM6 - E HOBOLOCHITTO CK NEAR CAESAR       15.0    16.6    JUN 20
KLNM6 - JOURDAN RIVER NEAR KILN              6.0     6.9    JUN 19
LNDM6 - WOLF RIVER NEAR LANDON              27.0    27.4    JUN 19
DIBM6 - TCHOUTACABOUFFA RVR NR D`IBERVILLE   8.0    12.0    JUN 19

REMARKS: NONE


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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WYCM6  WAVELAND        HANCOCK      MS  4.43 MHHW   19/0742 NOS
30.3250  -89.3250

PNLM6  PASCAGOULA NOAA JACKSON      MS  3.32 MHHW   19/1024 NOS
30.3678  -88.5631

SHBL1  SHELL BEACH     ST. BERNARD  LA  3.21 MHHW   19/0342 NOS
29.8681  -89.6732

NWCL1  NEW CANAL       ORLEANS      LA  2.39 MHHW   19/1236 NOS
30.0272  -90.1133

PSTL1  PILOTS STATION  PLAQUEMINES  LA  1.28 MHHW   19/1036 NOS
28.9322  -89.4075

GISL1  GRAND ISLE      JEFFERSON    LA  1.18 MHHW   18/2100 NOS
29.2633  -89.9567

PTFL1  PORT FOURCHON   LAFOURCHE    LA  0.85 MHHW   19/1142 NOS
29.1143  -90.1992

PILL1  PILOTTOWN       PLAQUEMINES  LA  0.73 MHHW   19/1142 NOS
29.1783  -89.2583

BDML1  BAYOU DUPREE    ST. BERNARD  LA  4.13 NAVD88 19/0500 USACE
29.9351  -89.8366

CBDL1  DELACROIX       PLAQUEMINES  LA  4.13 NAVD88 19/0430 USGS
29.7081  -89.7194

CMPL1  CHEF PASS       ORLEANS      LA  3.97 NAVD88 19/0600 USACE
30.0667  -89.8010

MBBL1  BAYOU BIENVENUE ORLEANS      LA  3.77 NAVD88 19/0600 USACE
29.9978  -89.9165

RIGL1  RIGOLETS        ORLEANS      LA  3.62 NAVD88 19/0600 USACE
30.1634  -89.7379

COCL1  CAERNARVON      PLAQUEMINES  LA  3.23 NAVD88 19/1300 USACE
29.8587  -89.9068

NGIL1  BARATARIA BAY   JEFFERSON    LA  3.22 NAVD88 19/0800 USGS
29.4225  -89.9506

PLAL1  LAKEFRONT AP    ORLEANS      LA  3.14 NAVD88 19/1200 USACE
30.0399  -90.0188

EGIL1  BARATARIA PASS  JEFFERSON    LA  3.06 NAVD88 18/2330 USGS
29.2728  -89.9467

CPGL1  CAMINADA PASS   JEFFERSON    LA  3.04 NAVD88 18/2045 USGS
29.2314  -90.0483

LPML1  MANDEVILLE      ST. TAMMANY  LA  2.98 NAVD88 19/0800 USACE
30.3658  -90.0923

EWEL1  EMPIRE          PLAQUEMINES  LA  2.79 NAVD88 19/0900 USGS
29.3044  -89.5969

CTFL1  CUTOFF          TERREBONNE   LA  2.77 NAVD88 18/2130 USGS
29.5175  -90.1813

WEGL1  WEST END        ORLEANS      LA  2.63 NAVD88 19/1000 USACE I
30.0222  -90.1156

DCLL1  SW OF DULAC     TERREBONNE   LA  2.47 NAVD88 19/0745 USGS
29.2491  -90.9211

MAUL1  MAUREPAS        LIVINGSTON   LA  2.40 NAVD88 19/1600 USGS
30.3092  -90.6103

LBWL1  LAFITTE         JEFFERSON    LA  2.29 NAVD88 19/1300 USACE
29.6694  -90.1106

CCOL1  SW OF COCODRIE  TERREBONNE   LA  2.06 NAVD88 19/0100 USGS
29.0781  -90.8712

SWBL1  SW PASS         PLAQUEMINES  LA  2.02 NAVD88 18/2200 USACE
28.9323  -89.4071

PMPL1  PASS MANCHAC    ST. JOHN     LA  1.67 NAVD88 19/1800 USACE
30.2814  -90.4003


REMARKS: NOS STATIONS ARE REPORTED REFERENCE TO MHHW AS A PROXY FOR
INUNDATION DEPTH. USGS AND USACE GAUGES ARE REPORTED REFERENCE TO
NAVD88 WHICH IS NOT NECESSARILY REPRESENTATIVE OF INUNDATION LEVELS.
ADDITIONALLY IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT USACE GAUGES REPORT AT A 1-HOUR
INTERVAL AND USGS GAUGES AT A 15-MINUTE INTERVAL. HIGHER WATER LEVELS
MAY HAVE OCCURRED BETWEEN OBSERVATIONS. AN I AT THE END OF A LINE
INDICATES THE DATA WAS INCOMPLETE.


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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1 NE PASS CHRISTIAN          HARRISON         19/0537       EF-0
30.33 -89.23
SEVERAL BUILDINGS IN CAMILLE VILLAGE APARTMENTS SUSTAINED MINOR
DAMAGE TO SIDING AND FRONT AWNINGS. MAX ESTIMATED WINDS 70 MPH.
TOTAL PATH LENGTH 0.25 MILES.

1 SSW LONG BEACH             HARRISON         19/0731       EF-0
30.35 -89.18
TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR TWIN LAKES BLVD DAMAGING TREES AND FENCES.
NUMEROUS HOMES DAMAGED ALONG PERIWINKLE INCLUDING ROOF AND FENCE
DAMAGE, A BENT GARAGE DOOR AND CAR WINDOWS BROKEN. TORNADO PRODUCED
SPORADIC DAMAGE AS IT MOVED NORTH WITH CONCENTRATED DAMAGE ALONG
YUCA DRIVE WHERE ONE PROPERTY SUFFERED A DESTROYED PERGOLA, DOWNED
OAK TREE, SIDING DAMAGE AND AN OVERTURNED CAMPER. TORNADO LIFTED
JUST NORTH OF MOSSY OAK DR. MAX ESTIMATED WINDS 75 MPH. TOTAL PATH
LENGTH 1.15 MILES.

1 ESE PASCAGOULA             JACKSON          19/1008      EF-0
30.35 -88.53
TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR DELLWOOD DRIVE AND WESTWOOD DRIVE. AS IT
MOVED NORTHEAST, IT CAUSED DAMAGE TO SEVERAL TREES, A WOODEN
PRIVACY FENCE, AND THE ROOF OF A DETACHED GARAGE. MAX ESTIMATED
WINDS 70 MPH. TOTAL PATH LENGTH 0.49 MILES.

8 E WADE                     JACKSON          19/1037       EF-1
30.62 -88.41
SHORT-LIVED TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST EAST OF STATE LINE RD. IT
MOVED NORTHWARD CAUSING DAMAGE TO SOFTWOOD TREES AND POWER LINES
AND POLES. IT CAUSED MINOR DAMAGE TO GUTTERS AND A GATE ON ONE
HOME IT LIFTED BEFORE REACHING HWY 614. MAX ESTIMATED WINDS 90 MPH.
TOTAL PATH LENGTH 0.83 MILES.


REMARKS: FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS CONCERNING THESE TORNADOES, SUCH AS
END POINTS, PATH WIDTHS, AND MORE DETAILED NARRATIVES, SEE THE PUBLIC
INFORMATION STATEMENT ISSUED AT 213 PM CDT ON TUESDAY
JUNE 22.


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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HANCOCK             0                  0                     0
STORM SURGE FLOODING LED TO NUMEROUS ROADS IN THE SHORELINE PARK AND
JOURDAN RIVER SHORES AREAS BECOMING IMPASSABLE. TIDE GAUGES IN THE
AREA SAW A 2-4 FT RISE, RESULTING IN UP TO 3 FT OF INUNDATION IN THE
LOWEST LYING AREAS. IN ADDITION TO STORM SURGE IMPACTS, IT IS
ESTIMATED THAT NEARLY THE ENTIRE COUNTY RECEIVED AT LEAST 6 INCHES
OF RAIN, WITH MUCH OF THE COUNTY RECEIVING 8 TO 10 INCHES AND A SMALL
AREA OF THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY RECEIVING UPWARDS OF 10
INCHES. ONE GAUGE 6.2 MILES EAST OF PEARL RIVER MEASURED 12.26 INCHES
OF RAIN. THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF STORM SURGE AND HEAVY RAINFALL LED
TO DOZENS OF ROADS BECOMING IMPASSABLE AND APPROXIMATELY 100 HOMES
WERE AFFECTED. HIGH WATER RESCUES WERE NECESSARY IN THE KILN AREA DUE
TO PEOPLE DRIVING AROUND HIGH WATER BARRICADES. A FEW HOURS OF
TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS OCCURRED NEAR THE COAST, RESULTING IN
SOME DOWNED TREE BRANCHES.

HARRISON            0                  0                     0
A BAND OF HEAVY RAINFALL DROPPED AN ESTIMATED 6 TO 8 INCHES OF RAIN
ACROSS NEARLY THE ENTIRE COUNTY. EXTREME WESTERN PORTIONS OF THE
COUNTY ARE ESTIMATED TO HAVE RECEIVED 8 TO 10 INCHES OF RAIN WITH A
FEW LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS. THE HIGHEST MEASURED TOTAL IN THE COUNTY
WAS 10.55 INCHES AT A GAUGE 3 MILES NORTHWEST OF LYMAN. THE HEAVY
RAINFALL LED TO WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING THROUGHOUT THE COUNTY WITH
NUMEROUS ROADS BECOMING IMPASSABLE, INCLUDING US HWY 90 THROUGH
PORTIONS OF BOTH GULFPORT AND BILOXI. THE RAINFALL ALSO RESULTED IN
MODERATE FLOODING ALONG THE BILOXI AND WOLF RIVERS AND MINOR
FLOODING ALONG OTHER RIVERS IN THE COUNTY. STORM SURGE RESULTED IN
MINOR INUNDATION IN SOME LOW LYING COASTAL AREAS. TROPICAL STORM
FORCE GUSTS WERE COMMON ALONG THE COAST WITH A FEW MEASURED GUSTS
AROUND 50 KNOTS IN GULFPORT AND AROUND 45 KNOTS IN BILOXI. THESE
WIND GUSTS LED TO MINOR DAMAGE SUCH AS DOWNED TREE BRANCHES AND ONE
SHED REPORTED DAMAGED. ADDITIONALLY, TWO SHORT-LIVED, EF-0 TORNADOES
OCCURRED IN THE COUNTY - ONE NEAR PASS CHRISTIAN AND THE OTHER NEAR
LONG BEACH.

JACKSON             0                  0                     0
A BAND OF HEAVY RAINFALL DROPPED AN ESTIMATED 6 TO 8 INCHES OF RAIN
ACROSS NEARLY THE ENTIRE COUNTY. A SMALL ARE OF THE COUNTY ALONG
AND EAST OF HWY 63 FROM NORTH OF ESCATAWPA TO NEAR WADE RECEIVED AN
ESTIMATED 8 TO 10 INCHES OF RAIN. THE HIGHEST MEASURED RAINFALL
TOTAL IN THE COUNTY WAS 8.9 INCHES AT A GAUGE 6 MILES ENE OF WADE.
THE HEAVY RAINFALL LED TO WIDESPREAD FLASH FLOODING ACROSS THE
COUNTY WITH NUMEROUS ROADS BECOMING IMPASSABLE DUE TO HIGH WATER.
AT LEAST 2 HIGH WATER RESCUES WERE NECESSARY IN PASCAGOULA. STORM
SURGE RESULTED IN MINOR INUNDATION TO LOW LYING COASTAL AREAS, WITH
GAUGES ALONG THE COAST RECORDING A 2 TO 3 FT RISE. TROPICAL STORM
FORCE WIND GUSTS AFFECTED COASTAL PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY, RESULTING
IN MINOR IMPACTS SUCH AS DOWNED TREE BRANCHES AND POWER OUTAGES.
TWO SHORT-LIVED TORNADOES ALSO OCCURRED IN THE COUNTY - AN EF-1
EAST OF WADE NEAR THE MS/AL STATE LINE AND AN EF-0 NEAR PASCAGOULA.

PEARL RIVER         0                  0                     0
A BAND OF HEAVY RAINFALL DROPPED AN ESTIMATED 4 TO 6 INCHES ACROSS
AREAS GENERALLY ALONG AND EAST OF THE INTERSTATE 59 CORRIDOR IN
THE COUNTY. A SMALL PORTION OF THE FAR EASTERN PORTION OF THE
COUNTY IS ESTIMATED TO HAVE RECEIVED 8 TO 10 INCHES OF RAIN. THE
HEAVY RAINFALL MAINLY OCCURRED DURING A FOUR-HOUR WINDOW AND
RESULTED IN FLASH FLOODING ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY. SEVERAL
ROADS IN POPLARVILLE BECAME IMPASSABLE DUE TO HIGH WATER WITH
CARS STALLING IN THE FLOOD WATERS. THE RAIN ALSO RESULTED IN
MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE EAST AND WEST HOBOLOCHITTO CREEKS.

JEFFERSON          0                  0                     0
A FEW TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS OF 40 TO 50 MPH WERE MEASURED
ACROSS THE PARISH, BUT NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS WERE REPORTED. BASED
ON GAUGE DATA, INUNDATION OF AROUND 1 FT LIKELY AFFECTED PORTIONS
OF GRAND ISLE.

ORLEANS            0                  0                     0
A FEW TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS WERE MEASURED ACROSS THE PARISH,
BUT NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS WERE REPORTED. IN FAR EASTERN PORTIONS
OF THE PARISH, 4 TO 6 INCHES OF RAIN FELL OVER THE COURSE OF AROUND
4 TO 6 HOURS, AND GAUGE DATA INDICATES INUNDATION OF UP TO 1 FT
LIKELY OCCURRED IN SOME OF THE LOWEST LYING AREAS.

PLAQUEMINES        0                  0                     0
A FEW TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS WERE MEASURED ACROSS THE PARISH,
BUT NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS WERE REPORTED. BASED ON GAUGE DATA, STORM
SURGE INUNDATION OF 1 TO 2 FEET LIKELY OCCURRED IN LOW LYING AREAS
OUTSIDE OF THE FEDERAL LEVEE SYSTEM.

ST. BERNARD        0                  0                     0
A FEW TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS WERE MEASURED ACROSS THE PARISH,
BUT NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS WERE REPORTED. BASED ON GAUGE DATA, STORM
SURGE INUNDATION OF 1 TO 3 FEET LIKELY OCCURRED IN AREAS OUTSIDE OF
THE FEDERAL LEVEE SYSTEM, WITH THE GREATEST IMPACTS AROUND THE SHELL
BEACH AREA.

ST. TAMMANY        0                  0                     0
A BAND OF PERSISTENT RAINFALL LED TO 8 TO 10 INCHES OF RAIN WITH
LOCALIZED HIGHER AMOUNTS ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN PORTION OF THE
PARISH, MOSTLY IN A FOUR-HOUR PERIOD. THE HIGHEST RAINFALL TOTAL
MEASURED IN THE PARISH WAS 10.23 INCHES 5 MILES EAST OF SLIDELL.
THIS RAINFALL LED TO FLASH FLOODING ACROSS MUCH OF SLIDELL. DOZENS
OF ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO HIGH WATER AND OVER 200 HOMES WERE
AFFECTED WITH AT LEAST 100 SUFFERING AT LEAST MINOR FLOOD DAMAGE,
AND A FEW TAKING ON AS MUCH AS 1 TO 2 FEET OF WATER. THE HARDEST
HIT AREAS WERE GENERALLY ALONG FRENCH BRANCH FROM THE WHISPERWOOD
SUBDIVISION THROUGH THE LAKE VILLAGE AND WILLOWOOD SUBDIVISIONS.
SEVERAL HIGH WATER RESCUES WERE CONDUCTED IN THE HARDEST HIT AREAS.
THE FLASH FLOODING MAY HAVE BEEN EXACERBATED BY ELEVATED WATER IN THE
LOWER REACHES OF THE PEARL RIVER DUE TO STORM SURGE WHICH PREVENTED
SOME OF THE RAIN WATER FROM DRAINING. TIDE GAUGES ON THE SOUTHEAST
SIDE OF SLIDELL REGISTERED A 1 TO 3 FT RISE DUE TO STORM SURGE.
TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS LED TO MINOR WIND DAMAGE IN THE FORM OF
SCATTERED TREE BRANCHES DOWN AND A FEW POWER OUTAGES.

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LEGEND: I-INCOMPLETE DATA E-ESTIMATED

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