PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HUNTSVILLE AL
1206 PM CDT TUE AUG 17 2010

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0700 AM     FLASH FLOOD      SCOTTSBORO              34.65N 86.05W
08/17/2010                   JACKSON            AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            SEVERAL ROADS IN SCOTTSBORO HAVE BEEN CLOSED OR
            BARRICADED AND WATER HAS NEARED SEVERAL RESIDENCES.

0800 AM     HEAVY RAIN       4 NE SCOTTSBORO         34.69N 86.01W
08/17/2010  M4.59 INCH       JACKSON            AL   MESONET

            TOTAL RAINFALL THROUGH 8 AM AT THE HCN/COOP SITE AT
            SCOTTSBORO AIRPORT.

0840 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNE SCOTTSBORO        34.67N 86.04W
08/17/2010                   JACKSON            AL   PUBLIC

            THREE FEET OF WATER WAS COVERING THE HARDEES PARKING LOT
            ON BROAD STREET. TWO CARS DROVE INTO A FLOODED DITCH. A
            WALKWAY OVER THE DITCH WAS WASHED OUT.

0930 AM     FLASH FLOOD      8 NNE SKYLINE           34.92N 86.08W
08/17/2010                   JACKSON            AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            FLOOD WATER WAS IMPACTING RESIDENCES ON HIGHWAY 79 IN
            HYTOP. PHOTOS OF FLOODING WERE RELAYED BY BROADCAST
            MEDIA. TIME ESTIMATED.

1000 AM     HEAVY RAIN       2 N SCOTTSBORO          34.67N 86.05W
08/17/2010  M6.60 INCH       JACKSON            AL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            MEASURED AT 10 AM. ROADS ARE STILL CLOSED AND SOME
            BUSINESSES WERE FLOODED.

1000 AM     HEAVY RAIN       5 NNE SKYLINE           34.87N 86.10W
08/17/2010  M3.50 INCH       JACKSON            AL   MESONET

            THE USDA SCAN WEATHER STATION IN HYTOP MEASURED 3.50
            INCHES OF RAINFALL FROM 1 AM TO 10 AM. 2.96 INCHES OF
            THIS TOTAL FELL FROM 7 AM TO 10 AM.

1000 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 NNE SCOTTSBORO        34.68N 86.04W
08/17/2010                   JACKSON            AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            WATER RESCUES ARE UNDERWAY AT RESIDENCES NEAR MAPLE
            AVENUE IN SCOTTSBORO. WATER IS UP TO 4.5 FEET DEEP.

1135 AM     FLASH FLOOD      4 NE SCOTTSBORO         34.69N 86.00W
08/17/2010                   JACKSON            AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            DRY CREEK WAS FLOODING A RUNWAY AT THE SCOTTSBORO
            MUNICIPAL AIRPORT WITH 3-4 INCHES OF WATER. THE AUTOMATED
            COOP WEATHER STATION AT THIS LOCATION WAS PARTIALLY
            SUBMERGED IN FLOOD WATERS. 6.68 INCHES OF RAIN WAS
            REPORTED BY A SECONDARY WEATHER STATION AT THE AIRPORT.
            THIS IS SUSPECTED TO BE UNDERESTIMATING THE RAINFALL
            TOTAL.


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