POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE IKE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
105 PM CST SUN NOV 30 2008

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 FOR IKE.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...HOUSTON...MADISON...WALKER...TRINITY...BRAZOS...
GRIMES...MONTGOMERY...SAN JACINTO...POLK...BURLESON...WASHINGTON...
WALLER...HARRIS...LIBERTY...AUSTIN...COLORADO...WHARTON...
FORT BEND...JACKSON...MATAGORDA...BRAZORIA...GALVESTON...CHAMBERS


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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KIAH - HOUSTON/BUSH INTERCONTINENTAL AIRPORT - TX
29.97 -95.35    961.1 13/1011   340/049  13/0951   340/071 13/0756

K11R-BRENHAM REGIONAL AIRPORT - TX
30.22 -96.37    987.5 13/1148   310/033  13/1212   320/044 13/1128

KARM-WHARTON REGIONAL AIRPORT - TX
29.25 -96.15    987.5 13/0840   290/034  13/0840   290/044 13/0840

KBYY-BAY CITY MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX
28.97 -95.86    985.8 13/0625   300/033  13/0625   300/046 13/0625

KCLL-COLLEGE STATION/EASTERWOOD FIELD - TX
30.58 -96.37    985.8 13/1338   330/030  13/1153   310/043 13/1338

KCXO - CONROE/MONTGOMERY COUNTY AIRPORT - TX
30.36 -95.41    962.4 13/1153   350/036  13/1002 I  50/052 13/1002 I

KDWH - HOUSTON/D.W. HOOKS AIRPORT - TX
30.07 -95.55    967.5 13/1053   350/028  13/0840   350/047 13/0840

KGLS - GALVESTON SCHOLES FIELD - TX
29.27 -94.87   1002.3 13/1652 I 040/024  13/1652 I 040/033 13/0649 I

KHOU - HOUSTON HOBBY AIRPORT - TX
29.65 -95.28    960.0 13/0853   020/065  13/1102   020/080 13/1053

KLBX - ANGLETON/BRAZORIA COUNTY AIRPORT - TX
29.12 -95.47    974.6 13/0753   350/032  12/2353   350/049 12/2353

KLVJ - PEARLAND/CLOVER FIELD - TX
29.52 -95.24    982.4 13/0453   360/037  13/0419   360/056 13/0439

KPSX - PALACIOS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX
28.72 -96.25    991.2 13/0753   340/030  12/2353   340/043 13/0053

KRWV - CALDWELL MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX
30.52 -96.70    991.9 13/1145   320/023  13/0945   320/032 13/1145

KSGR - SUGARLAND REGIONAL AIRPORT - TX
29.62 -95.65    991.2 13/0353   030/037  13/0353   030/047 13/0353

KUTS - HUNTSVILLE MUNICIPAL AIRPORT - TX
30.74 -95.59    968.2 13/1344   340/029  13/1316   350/050 13/1223

REMARKS: KCXO - WINDS INOP AFTER 13/1002; KDWH - WINDS INOP AFTER
13/0840; KGLS INOP AFTER 13/1652; KHOU ASOS WND INOP AFTER 13/0753 -
13/1102 OB MANUAL; KLBX WINDS INOP AFTER 12/2353 PRESS INOP AFTER
13/0753; KLVJ WINDS INOP AFTER 13/0439 ASOS INOP AFTER 13/0453; KRWV
ASOS INOP AFTER 13/1225; KSGR ASOS INOP AFTER 13/1223


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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TR474-ANAHUAC PORTABLE (RAWS) - TX
29.67 -94.44                    090/047  13/0559 I 090/063 13/0559 I

ANWT2-ATTWATER NWR (RAWS) - TX
29.66 -96.26                    310/028  13/0956   320/040 13/0856

BZRT2-BRAZORIA NWR (RAWS) - TX
29.15 -95.30                    295/034  13/0809   345/062 13/0609

CKNT2-CONROE (RAWS) - TX
30.24 -95.48                    355/020  13/1503   235/049 13/1403

CPGT2-COLDSPRINGS (RAWS) - TX
30.52 -95.09                    155/013  13/1002   020/041 13/0802

RTCT2-RATCLIFF (RAWS) - TX
31.40 -95.14                    220/013  13/2102   220/030 13/2102

SRDT2 - SAN BERNARD (RAWS) - TX
28.86 -95.57                    270/028  13/0807   270/049 13/0807

TR968-DAYTON (RAWS) - TX
30.11 -94.93                    180/045  13/1207   180/068 13/1307

ALVHC - ALVIN HOOD-CASE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (AWS) - TX
29.44 -95.26    998.6 12/2114 I 025/019  12/2059 I 065/032 12/1759 I

BRENH - BRENHAM ISD (AWS) - TX
30.16 -96.38    988.1 13/1029   305/017  13/0959   250/038 13/1444

DAMON - DAMON ES (AWS) - TX
29.29 -95.74    978.0 13/0814 I 340/030  13/0659 I 335/056 13/0714 I

FRPAL - FREEPORT AIR LIQUIDE (AWS) - TX
28.97 -95.35    971.6 13/0644   265/042  13/0659   245/066 13/0814

GLVST - MOODY GARDENS INC (AWS) - TX
29.27 -94.85    993.9 12/2114 I 010/040  12/2114 I 010/057 12/2114 I

HSSLS - OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN SCHOOL (AWS) - TX
29.85 -95.48    988.1 13/0544 I 025/016  13/0444 I 020/041 13/0514 I

HSTN0 - KIRK/LOE ES (AWS) - TX
29.85 -95.60    985.8 13/0643 I 350/021  13/0614 I 025/035 13/0314 I

HSTNT - GEORGE OBSERVATORY (AWS) - TX
29.38 -95.59    982.0 13/0614 I 340/006  13/0359 I 320/032 13/0614 I

HUTSV - MANCE PARK MS (AWS) - TX
30.73 -95.55    990.9 13/0828 I 030/010  13/0429 I 020/025 13/0759 I

LVING - PINE RIDGE ES (AWS) - TX
30.71 -94.95    979.0 13/1028 I 035/023  13/1014 I 035/044 13/1014 I

PRRV2 - PRARIE VIEW A&M UNIV (AWS) - TX
30.09 -95.99    980.4 13/1114   285/023  13/1214   305/048 13/0959

SLVLN - SOUTHSIDE PRIMARY SCHOOL (AWS) - TX
30.34 -95.09    992.2 13/0614 I 060/008  13/0444 I 355/029 13/0544 I

THWDM - RUBICON ACADEMY (AWS) - TX
30.23 -95.52    996.3 13/0314 I 040/014  13/0314 I 040/016 13/0314 I

TWOOD - THE JOHN COOPER SCHOOL (AWS) - TX
30.14 -95.45    974.6 13/0928 I 075/006  12/1814 I 055/038 13/0459 I

DCKNW - NWS HGX - DICKINSON, TX
29.47 -95.09    954.3 13/0829   260/043  13/0944 I 035/064 13/0644 I

C9180 - 3 MI NW OF BELLAIRE, TX
29.72 -95.50    967.8 13/0928   260/051  13/0928   260/083 13/0928
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2150 - ANAHUAC DITCH@ HWY 563 (TBCD) - TX
29.75 -94.67    962.8 13/0745   080/052  13/1026   060/073 13/0855

5250 - WINNIE WETLANDS@MAYHAW BAYOU (TBCD) - TX
29.80 -94.36    972.2 13/0609   060/039  13/0820   060/050 13/0726

6050 - FANCHER CROSSING (TBCD) - TX
29.77 -94.55    962.8 13/0856   060/067  13/0928   060/073 13/0855

7050 - HACKBERRY GULLY @ HWY 565 (TBCD) - TX
29.80 -94.84    962.8 13/0726   060/028  13/0745   060/044 13/0800

7150 - COTTON BAYOU @ I-10 (TBCD) - TX
29.83 -94.84    962.8 13/0821   060/052  13/0753   060/062 13/0653

2550 - SMITH POINT SEWER (TBCD) - TX
29.53 -94.77    978.7 13/0448 I 030/051  13/0448 I 030/052 13/0441 I

REMARKS: TR474 INOP AFTER 13/0559; ALVHC INOP AFTER 12/2114; DAMON
INOP AFTER 13/0829; GLVST INOP AFTER 12/2114; HSSLS INOP AFTER
13/0544;HSTN0 INOP AFTER 13/0643; HSTNT INOP AFTER 13/0614; HUTSV
INOP AFTER 13/0828; LVING INOP AFTER 13/1028; SLVLN INOP AFTER
13/0614; THWDM INOP AFTER 13/0344; TWOOD INOP AFTER 13/0928; DCKNW
WIND INOP 13/1014-13/1644; 2550 INOP AFTER 13/0448; 7050 WINDS
PROBABLY UNDER REPORTED - ANEMOMETER IN SHELTERED LOCATION


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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MGPT2 - MORGAN POINT (PORTS) - TX
29.68  -94.99                   040/046  13/0612   045/069 13/0630


GPST2 - GALVESTON PLEASURE PIER (PORTS) - TX
29.29  -94.79                   030/052  13/0448   020/076 13/0330


GSJT2 - GALVESTON SHIP CHANNEL NORTH JETTY (PORTS) - TX
29.33  -94.69                   165/051  13/0218   185/067 13/0254


FPPT2 - FREEPORT (PORTS) - TX
28.95  -95.31                   330/051  13/0524   330/076 13/0524


EPPT2 - EAGLE POINT (PORTS) - TX
29.48  -94.92                   025/059  13/0606   030/078 13/0612


42019 - BUOY 60 MILE EAST OF FREEPORT - TX
27.92  -95.35                   220/043  13/0150   210/054 13/0250


42035 - BUOY 20 MILES EAST OF GALVESTON - TX
29.25  -94.41                   220/054  13/0850   220/074 13/0850


REMARKS: MGPT2 - INOP AFTER 13/0712Z; GSJT2 - INOP AFTER 13/0124Z

 

C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC SEP 13 UNTIL 1200 UTC SEP 15
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CITY/TOWN                 COUNTY      ID   10/13 10/14 10/15  TOTAL
LAT LON                                    1200Z 1200Z 1200Z  (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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2 SSE THE WOODLANDS      MONTGOMERY  PBST2  1.95  9.20  0.56  11.71
30.13  -95.48

4 N SHENANDOAH           MONTGOMERY  CFKT2     M  9.05  0.38   9.43 I
30.24  -95.46

1 ESE US-290/I-610 WEST  HARRIS      ELBT2  6.77  8.70  2.12  17.59
29.80  -95.45

1 NNE SPRING VALLEY      HARRIS      BSBT2     M  8.18  1.50   9.68 I
29.80  -95.50

5 ESE HOOKS AIRPORT      HARRIS      KYKT2     M  7.05     M   7.05 I
30.03  -95.48

2 NNW US-290/I-610 WEST  HARRIS      BKHT2  3.90  7.01  1.22  12.13
29.83  -95.47

2 S NORTH CLEVELAND      LIBERTY     CLDT2     M  6.93  0.54   7.47 I
30.34  -95.10

5 SSE HOOKS AIRPORT      HARRIS      STUT2  3.42  6.93  0.32  10.67
30.00  -95.51

1 ESE NORTH CLEVELAND    LIBERTY     CVLT2  0.00  6.90     M   6.90 I
30.36  -95.09

HUMBLE                   HARRIS      HMMT2  3.51  6.88  0.40  10.79
30.00  -95.26

6 N ADDICKS              HARRIS      LLYT2  2.86  6.69  0.35   9.90
29.87  -95.65

2 WNW LIVINGSTON         POLK        LIVT2  1.15  6.53  0.49   8.17
30.72  -94.96

3 SSW STAGECOACH         MONTGOMERY  HEGT2  1.77  6.45  0.32   8.54
30.10  -95.74

5 N US-290/I-610 WEST    HARRIS      VGBT2  5.63  6.18  1.02  12.83
29.88  -95.47

3 WNW JERSEY VILLAGE     HARRIS      SUMT2  2.64  6.10  0.40   9.14
29.90  -95.61

3 E KATY                 HARRIS      SMAT2     M  5.95  1.81   7.76 I
29.80  -95.77

2 WNW HOUSTON            HARRIS      WSHT2     M  5.78     M   5.78 I
29.78  -95.42

4 E CYPRESS              HARRIS      LKLT2  2.87  5.43  0.40   8.70
29.98  -95.63

3 ESE JERSEY VILLAGE     HARRIS      FHNT2  5.08  5.39  0.67  11.14
29.88  -95.52

2 SSW CLEVELAND          LIBERTY     CPGT2     M  5.33  0.61   5.94 I
30.31  -95.09

1 ENE JERSEY VILLAGE     HARRIS      JVLT2  3.34  5.08  0.44   8.86
29.89  -95.56

2 WSW HOUSTON            HARRIS      BBST2  5.82  5.00  1.58  12.40
29.76  -95.41

4 NNW I-45/I-610 SOUTH   HARRIS      BSFT2  4.60  5.00  1.22  10.82
29.75  -95.31

3 NNE US-59/I-610 NORTH  HARRIS      HABT2     M  5.00     M   5.00 I
29.86  -95.33

7 S WASHINGTON           WASHINGTON  TXWA03    M  4.93  0.04   4.97 I
30.23  -96.14

2 W BUNKER HILL VILLAGE  HARRIS      WSBT2  3.84  4.84  1.42  10.10
29.76  -95.56

4 N HILSHIRE VILLAGE     HARRIS      DEHT2  5.14  4.61  1.26  11.01
29.85  -95.49

9 ENE WINNIE             JEFFERSON   GTOT2  6.22  4.25     M  10.47 I
29.85  -94.23

4 E ALDINE               HARRIS      GBHT2     M  4.22     M   4.22 I
29.92  -95.31

3 NW HUNTSVILLE          WALKER      KUTS   4.90     T  0.00   4.90
30.75  -95.58

6 WNW HEMPSTEAD          WALLER      HPDT2  0.51  3.95  0.09   4.55
30.13  -96.18

4 NE SEBASTOPOL          TRINITY     CHET2     M  3.93     M   3.93 I
30.95  -95.20

8 E BRENHAM              WASHINGTON  TXWA06    M  3.64     M   3.64 I
30.16  -96.26

1 NNE I-10/I-610 EAST    HARRIS      HTGT2  6.45  3.71     M  10.16 I
29.79  -95.27

GREENS BAYOU @ LEY RD    HARRIS      GBLT2     M  3.70  0.35   4.05 I
29.84  -95.23

1 S ADDICKS              HARRIS      BAKT2  2.62  3.50  1.85   7.97 I
29.77  -95.64

6 SSE HOCKLEY            HARRIS      KHOT2  1.77  3.42  0.47   5.66
29.95  -95.81

1 N RIVERSIDE            WALKER      RVRT2  0.32  3.32  0.00   3.64
30.86  -95.40

2 SSE I-10/I-45          HARRIS      MGOT2  5.79  3.23  1.29  10.31
29.74  -95.37

2 E US-290/I-610 WEST    HARRIS      ULBT2     M  3.23     M   3.23 I
29.80  -95.43

8 N INDUSTRY             WASHINGTON  TXWA05    M  3.20  0.00   3.20 I
30.09  -96.49

4 WSW COLLEGE STATION    BRAZOS      CLL       T  3.28  0.17   3.45
30.58  -96.37

MEYERLAND                HARRIS      HMCT2     M  3.15  1.38   4.53 I
29.68  -95.47

1 NNW MISSION BEND       HARRIS     TXHRR04    M  3.14     M   3.14 I
29.71  -95.67

2 NNW EL CAMPO           WHARTON     EMCT2     M  2.95  1.14   4.09 I
29.22  -96.29

2 E THE MEDICAL CENTER   HARRIS      SMWT2  6.57  2.88  1.22  10.67
29.71  -95.35

2 WNW BARRETT            HARRIS      SHLT2  3.63  2.79     M   6.42 I
29.88  -95.09

1 SSW SOUTHSIDE PLACE    HARRIS      SLKT2     M  2.75  1.74   4.49 I
29.69  -95.44

8 WNW NORTH ZULCH        MADISON     NGET2  0.18  2.69  0.00   2.87 I
30.97  -96.23

8 S HOCKLEY              HARRIS      HOCT2  0.61  2.66  0.23   3.50
29.92  -95.84

1 NE LAKE LIVINGSTON DAM SAN JACINTO LVDT2  1.18  2.56  0.48   4.22
30.63  -95.02

1 NNW US-288/I-610 SOUTH HARRIS      HBMT2  6.70  2.44  1.30  10.44
29.70  -95.40

2 NNW SOUTH HOUSTON      HARRIS      BFOT2  5.99  2.32     M   8.31 I
29.68  -95.24

2 SSE MEYERLAND          HARRIS      WWHT2  4.92  2.29  1.61   8.82
29.66  -95.46

2 WSW SUGAR LAND         FORT BEND   SGLT2  3.03  2.13  0.59   5.75
29.61  -95.64

4 NW ALDINE              HARRIS      HGBT2  5.00  2.28     M   7.28 I
29.96  -95.42

2 SW TOWN WEST           FORT BEND   SGRT2  3.03  2.13  0.59   5.75
29.64  -95.65

3 SE GALENA PARK         HARRIS      LVJT2     M  2.09     M   2.09 I
29.71  -95.20

RICHMOND - BRAZOS RIVER  FORT BEND   RMOT2  1.07  2.07  0.74   3.88
29.58  -95.76

1 W THE MEDICAL CENTER   HARRIS      MRFT2  7.68  2.04  1.50  11.22
29.71  -95.40

5 N SOMERVILLE           BURLESON    LYNT2  0.12  1.86  0.00   1.98
30.42  -96.54

4 SSE CLOVERLEAF         HARRIS      ETRT2  3.03  1.81     M   4.84 I
29.74  -95.15

1 ESE US-59/I-610 NORTH  HARRIS      LKWT2     M  1.70     M   1.70 I
29.81  -95.33

3 SSE I-10/I-45          HARRIS      SHOT2     M  1.61     M   1.61 I
29.74  -95.36

2 WNW SUGAR LAND         FORT BEND   PKST2     M  1.58  0.59   2.17
29.63  -95.64

2 WSW SUGAR LAND         FORT BEND   SGLT2  2.49  1.57  0.75   4.81
29.61  -95.64

1 SW SUGAR LAND          FORT BEND   FLRT2  1.89  0.95  0.71   3.55
29.61  -95.63

4 W FIRST COLONY         FORT BEND   GPWT2     M  1.50  0.78   2.28 I
29.58  -95.68

1 ENE I-10/I-610 WEST    HARRIS      TNST2  2.05  1.46     M   3.51 I
29.78  -95.44

1 E CLEAR LAKE SHORES    GALVESTON   CLCT2  2.13  1.45  2.74   6.32
29.55  -95.02

1 WNW US-288/I-610 SOUTH HARRIS      RLPT2  6.02  1.42  1.41   8.85
29.69  -95.41

3 SE PECAN GROVE         FORT BEND   DCHT2  2.87  1.34     M   4.21 I
29.60  -95.69

2 NE CALDWELL            BURLESON    WDCT2     M  1.27  0.00   1.27 I
30.55  -96.68

6 E ROSENBERG            FORT BEND   TXFB10    M  1.25     M   1.25 I
29.54  -95.69

3 SSE SAN LEON           GALVESTON   MOKT2 11.67  1.13  1.12   13.92
29.45  -94.92

2 N FRIENDSWOOD          GALVESTON   FNDT2  8.42  1.07  0.98   10.47
29.54  -95.20

FIRST COLONY             FORT BEND   SGDT2  2.79  1.03  0.90    4.72
29.57  -95.61

WESTBURY                 HARRIS      HWET2     M  5.90  2.35    8.25 I
29.68  -95.47

4 SSE KATY               HARRIS      BBKT2  1.22  5.28  1.15    7.65
29.75  -95.80

THE WOODLANDS            MONTGOMERY  PGRT2  5.51     M  0.05    6.01 I
30.19  -95.48

ALLEN PKWY @ WAUGH BR    HARRIS      APWT2  0.79  0.20  0.11    1.10
29.76 -95.32

2 NE ANAHUAC             CHAMBERS    ANAT2     M  1.00  1.05    2.05 I
29.78  -94.66

7 SSE DANBURY            BRAZORIA    BZRT2     M  0.54  0.53    1.07 I
29.14  -95.29

3 WSW BAY CITY           MATAGORDA   BACT2     M  0.19  0.49    0.64 I
28.97  -96.01

5 SSE EL CAMPO           WHARTON     TXWH02    M     M  4.79    4.79 I
29.13  -96.26

14 S VANDERBILT          CALHOUN     TXCLHO2   M     M  0.77    0.77 I
28.62  -96.63

16 SSW VANDERBILT        CALHOUN     PVAT2     M     M  0.57    0.57 I
28.60  -96.67

2 NW BAYOU VISTA         GALVESTON   LPST2  2.93  0.18  0.57    3.68
29.35  -94.96

4 NE KENNARD             HOUSTON     RTCT2     M  3.62  0.00    3.62 I
31.40  -95.14

1 NW EL CAMPO            WHARTON     TXWH04    M     M  4.29    4.29 I
I   29.21  -96.29

1 N RIVERSIDE            WALKER      RVRT2  0.32  3.32  0.00    3.64
30.86  -95.40

6 SE GROVETON            TRINITY     WDLT2  2.12  3.30     M    5.42 I
31.00  -95.05

8 N INDUSTRY             WASHINGTON  TXWA05    M  3.20  0.00    3.20 I
30.09  -96.49

6 SE WECHES              HOUSTON     KNRT2     M  2.96  0.00    2.96
31.49  -95.14

2 NNW EL CAMPO           WHARTON     EMCT2     M  2.95  1.14    4.09 I
29.22  -96.29

8 N GANADO               WHARTON     ETCT2     M  2.64  1.98    4.62 I
29.16  -96.51

1 WSW BELLVILLE          AUSTIN      BVCT2     M  1.99     M    1.99 I
29.94  -96.28

5 S MORALES              JACKSON     EDAT2     M  1.30  1.71    3.01 I
29.06  -96.76

6 NE EAGLE LAKE          COLORADO    ANWT2     M  0.13  0.93    1.06 I
29.66  -96.26

9 SSE WHARTON            WHARTON     CDOT2  0.93  1.31  0.72    2.96
29.19  -96.07

7 NE EAGLE LAKE          COLORADO    EGLT2     M  0.11  0.94    1.05 I
29.66  -96.24

7 N PIERCE               WHARTON     GNFT2  0.65  1.00  0.79    2.44
29.34  -96.20

WHARTON                  WHARTON     WHAT2  0.64  0.85  0.65    2.14
29.31  -96.10

5 W KENEFICK             LIBERTY     TR968                     11.88
30.11  -94.93

4 NNW SHENANDOAH         MONTGOMERY  CKNT2                     14.46
30.24  -95.48

2 SSW HILLCREST          BRAZORIA    ALVT2                     12.02
29.36  -95.23

1 SSE ANAHUAC            CHAMBERS    2150                       7.16
29.75  -94.67

2 NE STOWELL             JEFFERSON   5250                       8.28
29.80  -94.36

8 E ANAHUAC              CHAMBERS    6050                       5.64
29.77  -94.55

1 SW COVE                CHAMBERS    7050                       6.84
29.80  -94.84

1 NW COVE                CHAMBERS    7151                       8.20
29.83  -94.84

SMITH POINT              CHAMBERS    2550                       1.68 I
29.53  -94.77

REMARKS: 2150 PCPN FROM 13/0000-14/0000; 5250, 6050 PCPN FROM
12/2200-13/2200; 7050, 7150 PCPN FROM 13/0100-14/0100; 2550 INOP
AFTER 13/0448

 

D. INLAND FLOODING...
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RIVER FLOODING...

STATION                        FS            CREST          DATE
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BUFFALO BAYOU-PINEY POINT      52.0 FT       54.70 FT       13/18Z
29.7467 -95.5233

BUFFALO BAYOU-HOUSTON          28.0 FT       32.42 FT       13/17Z
29.76 -95.4083

WHITE OAK BAYOU-HEIGHTS        32.0 FT       46.00 FT       14/14Z
29.7833 -95.4

CLEAR CREEK-FRIENDSWOOD        12.0 FT       16.39 FT       13/21Z
29.5172 -95.1783

CLEAR CREEK-BAY AREA BLVD       8.0 FT       13.37 FT       13/21Z
29.4975 -95.16

CLEAR CREEK-LEAGUE CITY         5.0 FT       10.26 FT       13/16Z
29.5114 -95.1211

CHIGGER CREEK-FRIENDSWOOD      29.0 FT       29.68 FT       13/17Z
29.5144 -95.2217

COWART CREEK-FRIENDSWOOD       28.0 FT       29.71 FT       13/17Z
29.4983 -95.2167

HUNTING BAYOU-HOUSTON          37.0 FT       39.78 FT       13/17Z
29.7931 -95.2678

GARNERS BAYOU-HUMBLE           52.0 FT       53.95 FT       13/16Z
29.9342 -95.2339

GREENS BAYOU-HOUSTON           55.0 FT       58.41 FT       13/18Z
29.9181 -95.3067

GREENS BAYOU-LEY ROAD          30.0 FT       36.24 FT       15/01Z
29.8369 -95.2331

HALLS BAYOU-HOUSTON            54.0 FT       62.09 FT       14/16Z
29.8617 -95.3347

CYPRESS CREEK-GRANT RD         40.0 FT       41.72 FT       14/17Z
29.9736 -95.5983

CYPRESS CREEK-STEUBNER-AIRLINE 37.0 FT       37.11 FT       13/20Z
30.0361 -95.4286

CYPRESS CREEK-WESTFIELD        22.0 FT       28.18 FT       13/22Z
30.0064 -95.5117

LUCE BAYOU-HUFFMAN             22.0 FT       27.95 FT       15/03Z
30.1094 -95.0597

PEACH CREEK-SPLENDORA          13.0 FT       18.03 FT       14/19Z
30.2325 -95.1681

W. FORK SAN JACINTO-PORTER     24.0 FT       29.87 FT       14/15Z
30.0858 -95.2997

W. FORK SAN JACINTO-HUMBLE     19.0 FT       23.36 FT       14/18Z
30.0264 -95.2583

SAN JACINTO RIVER-SHELDON      10.0 FT       14.39 FT       15/11Z
29.8761 -95.0936

SPRING CREEK-SPRING            21.0 FT       25.63 FT       14/22Z
30.1103 -95.4361

 

E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G
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COUNTY           CITY/TOWN        SURGE   TIDE   DATE/   BEACH
                 OR LOCATION      (FT)    (FT)   TIME    EROSION
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GALVESTON      G ROLT2            11.06  11.23  13/0548    MAJOR  I
29.52 -94.51     ROLLOVER PASS

HARRIS         G MGPT2             7.76   9.01  13/0600    MAJOR  I
29.68 -94.99     MORGANS POINT

GALVESTON      G GPST2            10.80  12.25  13/0530    MAJOR
29.29 -94.78     GALVESTON STATE PLEASURE PIER

GALVESTON      G GNJT2             9.41   9.75  13/0112    MAJOR  I
29.22 -94.73     GALVESTON BAY ENTRANCE (NORTH JETTY)

BRAZORIA       G FCGT2             6.25   7.42  12/2036    UNKNOWN
28.93 -95.30     USCG FREEPORT

GALVESTON      G EGPT2            10.75  11.95  13/0554    MAJOR
29.48 -94.92     EAGLE POINT

GALVESTON      G CLLT2             7.95   8.19  13/0600    MAJOR  I
29.56 -95.07     ENTRANCE TO CLEAR LAKE

GALVESTON      G GTOT2            10.25  11.38  13/0648  UNKNOWN
29.31 -94.79     PORT OF GALVESTON PIER 21

HARRIS         G TX035            11.74  12.30  13/0912  UNKNOWN
29.72 -95.25     MANCHESTER, TX (LYNCHBURG FERRY)

HARRIS         G NP114             6.11   7.89  13/0600  UNKNOWN  I
29.76 -95.09     BATTLESHIP TEXAS STATE PARK

REMARKS: ROLT2 INOP AFTER 13/0600; MGPT2 INOP AFTER 13/0712; GNJT2
INOP AFTER 13/0124; CLLT2 INOP AFTER 13/0600; NP114 INOP AFTER
13/0654; TX035 DATA SUSPECT FROM 13/1000-13/1800. HIGH WATER MARK
SURVEYS INDICATE MAXIMUM SURGES UP TO 17 FEET PORTIONS OF CHAMBERS
COUNTY...AND GENERALLY 10 TO 15 FEET OVER BOLIVAR PENINSULA...
GALVESTON ISLAND...AND COASTAL AREAS AROUND THE GALVESTON BAY.

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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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BURLESON             0                 0                     0

RELATIVELY MINOR WIND DAMAGE WITH A FEW TREES DOWNED AND ONE
TELEPHONE POLE DOWN. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES.

BRAZOS               0                 0                     0

SCATTERED TREES AND LIMBS DOWN. SOME SHINGLE DAMAGE TO HOMES.

BRAZORIA             0                 0                     UNKNOWN

SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE DUE TO SURGE ALONG GULF FACING SECTIONS INCLUDING
TREASURE ISLAND...QUINTANA...AND SURFSIDE AREAS. NWS STORM SURVEY
ESTIMATED SURGE HEIGHTS TO BE NEAR 8 FEET NEAR SURFSIDE.

CHAMBERS             0                 200                   UNKNOWN

THERE WAS ONE INDIRECT FATALITY OF A MAN PREPARING FOR THE
STORM...BUT NO DIRECT FATALITIES OF COUNTY RESIDENTS AS OF OCTOBER
1ST. 700 HOMES ISOLATED DUE TO ROAD CLOSURES...HIGH WATER. 700
HOMES DESTROYED...3418 WITH MAJOR DAMAGE...3252 WITH MINOR DAMAGE. 15
BUSINESSES SUFFERED MAJOR DAMAGE. MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS DUE TO
STORM SURGE WITH HARDEST HIT AREA BEING SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
COUNTY ADJACENT TO THE GALVESTON BAY DUE TO STORM SURGE FLOODING.
WIND GUSTS ESTIMATED IN THE 70 TO 90 MPH RANGE LED TO NUMEROUS
DOWNED TREES AND DAMAGE TO ROOFS. BASED ON DEBRIS HIGH WATER MARKS
APPEARS AREAS UP TO 17 MILES INLAND OF THE BAY WERE INUNDATED...WITH
SURGE ESTIMATES OF 15 TO 20 FEET ALONG THE NORTHERN REACHES OF THE
BAY. MOST DEBRIS APPEARS TO HAVE WASHED OVER FROM THE BOLIVAR
PENINSULA.

COLORADO             0                 0                     0

RELATIVELY MINOR WIND DAMAGE WITH SOME DOWNED LIMBS. ESTIMATED
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND SPEEDS FROM EMERGENCY MANAGER ABOUT 40 MPH.

FORT BEND            0                 0                     0

EASTERN PART OF COUNTY HARDEST HIT. NUMEROUS TREES DOWNED WITH
MODERATE DAMAGE TO AN ESTIMATED 200 ROOFS. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES.

GALVESTON            11                UNKNOWN               100000

NUMBER OF FATALITIES DIRECTLY RELATED TO IKE 11 AS OF NOVEMBER 30TH.
THERE WERE SEVERAL OTHERS WHOSE DEATH WAS INDIRECTLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO
THE STORM...EITHER DUE TO CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING OR DUE TO LACK
OF ACCESS TO DIALYSIS. AT LEAST 14 REMAIN MISSING FROM THE HARD HIT
BOLIVAR PENINSULA. EVACUATION NUMBER IS BASED ON THE NUMBER THAT
WERE IN MANDATORY EVACUATION AREAS. MAJOR DAMAGE OCCURRED DUE TO
STORM SURGE AND HIGH SURF ALONG COASTAL AREAS FACING THE GULF OF
MEXICO AND GALVESTON BAY. WATER DAMAGE DUE TO COASTAL FLOODING ALSO
OCCURRED ALONG ADJOINING RIVERS...LAKES AND BAYS. HARDEST HIT AREA
WAS BOLIVER PENINSULA...WHICH WAS TOTALLY INUNDATED BY THE
SURGE...WITH NEARLY ALL HOMES DESTROYED. GALVESTON
ISLAND...INCLUDING THE TOWN OF GALVESTON...ALSO SUFFERED MAJOR
DAMAGE. NWS STORM SURVEY ESTIMATED A STORM SURGE OF APPROXIMATELY 13
FEET ON THE BAY SIDE AND 14 FEET ON THE GULF SIDE NEAR THE TOWN OF
GALVESTON ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ISLAND. ON THE WEST END...ON THE
GULF SIDE THE SURGE WAS ESTIMATED TO RANGE FROM AROUND 8 FEET ON THE
FAR WESTERN PORTION...TO CLOSE TO 10 FEET NEAR JAMAICA BEACH. BAY
SIDE STORM TIDES WERE ESTIMATED TO BE 13 TO 14 FEET ON THE BAY SIDE
NEAR JAMAICA BEACH. ALONG THE GALVESTON BAY...MAJOR DAMAGE DUE TO
SURGE AND WAVE ACTION WAS OBSERVED NEAR KEMAH AND SAN LEON. ALONG
THE KEMAH BOARDWALK...SEVERAL BUSINESSES SUFFERED MAJOR DAMAGE. HIGH
WATER MARKS WERE OBSERVED NEAR 10 FEET ON EAST FACING PORTIONS OF
THE LEVEE SURROUNDING TEXAS CITY...BUT NEAR THE TOP OF NORTHEAST
FACING PORTIONS OF THE LEVEE SUGGESTING A SURGE OF AT LEAST 16 FEET
THERE. SIGNIFICANT WATER DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED IN THE COMMUNITY OF
CLEAR LAKE SHORES...WITH ALL HOMES IN THE COMMUNITY SUFFERING WATER
DAMAGE DUE TO INUNDATION. STORM TIDE ESTIMATES OF 12 TO 14 FEET WERE
ESTIMATED FROM WATER MARKS AND SURVEYED ELEVATIONS.


GRIMES               0                 0                     0

HARRIS               0                 UNKNOWN               TBD

11 FATALITIES...AS OF OCTOBER 1ST...BUT NONE WERE DIRECTLY
ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE STORM. ALL WERE A RESULT OF EITHER CARBON
MONOXIDE POISONING...HOUSE FIRES STARTED BY CANDLES...OR TRAUMA
RELATED TO ACCIDENTS DURING REMOVAL OF DEBRIS. WIDESPREAD WIND
DAMAGE WITH LIMBS DOWN...AND TREES UPROOTED IN MANY LOCATIONS.
SHINGLE DAMAGE TO SOME ROOFS. DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH WIND GUSTS IN
THE 70 TO 90 MPH RANGE. MAJOR DAMAGE DUE TO COASTAL FLOODING
OCCURRED IN THE COMMUNITIES OF NASSAU BAY AND TAYLOR LAKE
VILLAGE...WHERE HIGH WATER MARKS AND SURVEYED ELEVATIONS INDICATE
STORM TIDES OF 10 TO 12 FEET. MAJOR DAMAGE DUE TO SURGE AND HIGH
SURF WAS FOUND IN SEABROOK AND SHOREACRES WITH NUMEROUS HOMES
DESTROYED...AND WITH MAJOR EROSION OF BEACHES AND SOME COASTAL
ROADS. SEVERAL BUSINESSES ALONG WATERFRONT IN SEABROOK WERE
DESTROYED OR SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE. SEVERAL HOMES WERE DESTROYED
ALONG BURRETTS DRIVE IN BAYTOWN...NEXT TO BURRETTS BAY. SIGNIFICANT
SURGE AND RAINFALL FLOODING OBSERVED OVER PORTIONS OF THE HOUSTON
METRO AREA DUE TO RAINFALL AND SURGE ASSOCIATED WITH IKE...AND
ANOTHER PERIOD OF HEAVY RAINFALL THE FOLLOWING DAY...SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 14TH.

HOUSTON              0                 0                     0

HOUSTON COUNTY SAW LIGHT TO MODERATE WIND DAMAGE WITH SOME TREES
DOWN AND SHINGLE DAMAGE TO SOME HOMES.

LIBERTY

WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE WITH LIMBS DOWN...AND TREES UPROOTED IN MANY
LOCATIONS. SHINGLE DAMAGE TO SOME ROOFS. DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH WIND
GUSTS IN THE 70 TO 90 MPH RANGE.

JACKSON              0                 0                     UNKNOWN

MANDATORY EVACUATION WAS CALLED FOR THE WHOLE COUNTY AS EARLY
FORECASTS HAD IKE DIRECTED TOWARD THE COUNTY AND MATAGORDA BAY AREA.
WITH THE STORM MAKING LANDFALL FARTHER EAST...EMERGENCY MANAGER
INDICATED THERE WAS ONLY MINIMAL DAMAGE IN THE COUNTY.

MATAGORDA            0                 0                     UNKNOWN

DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES NEAR THE COAST...PRIMARILY NEAR TOWNS OF
MATAGORDA AND SARGENT. NEAR SARGENT...DAMAGE WAS DUE TO PRIMARILY
SURGE. DEBRIS LINES SUGGEST AN ESTIMATED STORM SURGE OF 4 TO 7 FEET
ALONG THE GULF FACING BEACHES NEAR SARGENT. SIGNIFICANT BEACH
EROSION HAD OCCURRED WITH AN ESTIMATED 4 TO 5 FEET OF SAND LOST NEAR
A PREVIOUSLY BURIED RETAINING WALL.

POLK                 0                 0                     0

875 HOMES SUFFERED DAMAGE WITH 600 HOMES SUFFERING MAJOR DAMAGE OR
DESTROYED. MAINLY SHINGLE DAMAGE ON ROOFS. NUMEROUS TREES DOWN.

SAN JACINTO          0                 0                     UNKNOWN

WIDESPREAD WIND DAMAGE WITH TREES UPROOTED. DAMAGE TO ROOFS. DAMAGE
CONSISTENT WITH WIND GUSTS 60 TO 80 MPH. AREAS HIT HARD INCLUDE
SHEPHERD AND CAMILLA.

TRINITY              1                 1                     UNKNOWN

MAN DROWNED WHEN BOAT CAPSIZED RETURNING FROM A FISHING TRIP AHEAD
OF THE STORM. WOMAN WAS INJURED WHEN TREE FELL ON HOUSE. SIGNIFICANT
WIND DAMAGE WITH NUMEROUS TREES UPROOTED...INCLUDING LARGE
OAKS...AND PORTIONS OF ROOFS DAMAGED. DAMAGE CONSISTENT WITH WIND
GUSTS IN THE 70 TO 90 MPH RANGE.

WALKER               1                 UNKNOWN               UNKNOWN

EMERGENCY MANAGER INDICATED 5 FATALITIES, WITH ONE DIRECTLY RELATED
TO IKE. ONE WAS DUE TO TREE FALLING ON HOME...ANOTHER DUE TO A FIRE
STARTED BY A BLOWN DOWN POWER LINE. THREE FATALITIES OF ELDERLY
CITIZENS WERE DESCRIBED AS DUE TO THE STRESS OF THE STORM. NUMEROUS
TREES WERE UPROOTED...AND SNAPPED OFF IN SOME AREAS. DAMAGE TO ROOFS
MAINLY LIMITED TO SHINGLE DAMAGE EXCEPT IN CASES WHEN TREES FELL ON
ROOFS.

WALLER               0                 0                     0

MODERATE DAMAGE NORTHEAST END OF COUNTY WITH TREES UPROOTED... SOME
ONTO HOUSES. OTHER PORTIONS OF COUNTY HAD MINIMAL DAMAGE... MOSTLY
DOWNED LIMBS.

WHARTON              0                 0                     0

EASTERN PORTION OF COUNTY HIT HARDEST WITH 2 BARNS DESTROYED AND
NUMEROUS TREES DOWNED. ACROSS WESTERN PORTION OF COUNTY DAMAGE
RELATIVELY MINOR.

$$

LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

MCKINNEY/KEEHN/REILLY/SCHWERTZ


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