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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM LEE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON MISSISSIPPI
316 PM CDT FRI SEP 9 2011

NOTE: THE DATA SHOWN HERE ARE PRELIMINARY.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...ASHLEY...CHICOT...MOREHOUSE...WEST CARROLL...
EAST CARROLL...RICHLAND...TENSAS...CATAHOULA...CONCORDIA...
FRANKLIN, LA...COVINGTON...JONES...JEFFERSON...CLAIBORNE...SMITH...
CLARKE...JASPER...HINDS...NEWTON...LAUDERDALE...RANKIN...WARREN...
SCOTT...MADISON...KEMPER...LEAKE...NESHOBA...FORREST...LAMAR...
MARION...FRANKLIN...LINCOLN...ADAMS...LAWRENCE...JEFFERSON DAVIS...
BOLIVAR...SIMPSON...SUNFLOWER...GRENADA...LEFLORE...CLAY...
LOWNDES...WEBSTER...CARROLL...MONTGOMERY...OKTIBBEHA...WASHINGTON...
CHOCTAW...HOLMES...HUMPHREYS...ATTALA...NOXUBEE...WINSTON...
COPIAH...SHARKEY...ISSAQUENA...YAZOO...MADISON, LA

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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KJAN-JACKSON INTERNATIONAL
32.19 -90.04   1000.0 05/0518   340/028  05/1525   330/040 05/1524

KMEI-MERIDIAN
32.20 -88.44    998.6 05/0737   350/032  05/0810   350/043 05/0810

KTVR-TALLULAH VICKSBURG
32.21 -91.01   1002.0 05/0216   020/031  05/1006   020/038 05/1006

KHBG-HATTIESBURG
31.16 -89.15    997.3 05/0820   360/028  05/1022   020/041 05/1022

KGLH-GREENVILLE
33.28 -90.98   1005.4 05/0356   350/036  05/1401   360/045 05/1145

KGWO-GREENWOOD
33.29 -90.05   1003.7 05/0529   030/025  05/0806   010/033 05/0808

REMARKS:


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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C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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9 S NATCHEZ                  ADAMS                             7.45
31.42  -91.39

KOSCIUSKO                    ATTALA                            4.68
33.06  -89.59

CLEVELAND                    BOLIVAR                           4.92
33.74  -90.73

ACKERMAN                     CHOCTAW                           7.14
33.31  -89.17

1 NE PORT GIBSON             CLAIBORNE                         5.81
32.06  -90.86

SHUBUTA                      CLARKE                            5.38
31.86  -88.70

CRYSTAL SPRINGS              COPIAH                           10.59
31.99  -90.36

COLLINS                      COVINGTON                         8.95
31.64  -89.56

1 WSW HATTIESBURG            FORREST                          10.60
31.31  -89.32

EDDICETOWN                   FRANKLIN                          4.37
31.51  -90.76

2 SW CLINTON                 HINDS                             9.69
32.32  -90.36

WEST                         HOLMES                            5.19
33.20  -89.78

BAY SPRINGS                  JASPER                            7.64
31.98  -89.28

UNION CHURCH                 JEFFERSON                         5.17
31.68  -90.79

PRENTISS                     JEFFERSON DAVIS                  11.33
31.60  -89.87

4 W MOSELLE                  JONES                             7.94
31.50  -89.35

DAMASCUS                     KEMPER                            7.38
32.66  -88.84

8 WSW HATTIESBURG            LAMAR                            11.64
31.27  -89.43

COLLINSVILLE                 LAUDERDALE                        7.27
32.49  -88.84

MONTICELLO                   LAWRENCE                          8.25
31.55  -90.11

WALNUT GROVE                 LEAKE                            12.02
32.60  -89.46

BROOKHAVEN                   LINCOLN                          10.89
31.58  -90.45

4 E COLUMBUS                 LOWNDES                           6.23
33.50  -88.33

2 E MADISON                  MADISON                          10.66
32.45  -90.11

COLUMBIA                     MARION                            8.30
31.26  -89.83

8 SSE PHILADELPHIA           NESHOBA                          12.03
32.67  -89.06

2 W UNION                    NEWTON                            8.74
32.57  -89.15

5 S STARKVILLE               OKTIBBEHA                         6.08
32.73  -88.82

1 E FLORENCE                 RANKIN                           13.55
32.15  -90.11

FOREST                       SCOTT                            12.82
32.36  -89.47

9 WNW NEW HEBRON             SIMPSON                          10.58
31.78  -90.11

3 SW MIZE                    SMITH                            10.64
31.83  -89.58

VICKSBURG                    WARREN                            6.13
32.33  -90.87

2 ENE LOUISVILLE             WINSTON                           8.90
33.13  -89.02

JONESVILLE                   CATAHOULA, LA                    10.47
31.62  -91.83

1 NNW FERRIDAY               CONCORDIA, LA                     7.63
31.65  -91.56

5 SSE WINNSBORO              FRANKLIN, LA                      5.33
32.09  -91.69

REMARKS:


D. INLAND FLOODING...
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COPIAH...FIVE ROADS WERE WASHED OUT MAINLY IN THE EASTERN PART OF
THE COUNTY AND NUMEROUS OTHER ROADS WERE FLOODED. FIVE HOMES WERE FLOODED
IN GEORGETOWN.

HINDS...NUMEROUS ROADS WERE FLOODED AND SEVERAL HOMES AND APARTMENTS
WERE FLOODED CAUSING SOME EVACUATIONS. FIVE CAMPUS BUILDINGS WERE
FLOODED AT BELHAVEN COLLEGE.

JEFFERSON DAVIS...NUMEROUS ROADS WERE FLOODED MAINLY IN THE
NORTHWEST PART OF THE COUNTY.

LAMAR...TWENTY TWO ROADS WERE FLOODED...2 ROADS WERE WASHED OUT AND
THREE HOUSES WERE FLOODED.

LEAKE...NUMEROUS ROADS WERE WASHED OUT ACROSS THE COUNTY.

MADISON MS...SEVERAL HOMES ON RICE ROAD IN RIDGELAND WERE FLOODED
WITH AROUND A FOOT OF WATER. THIRTY PEOPLE WERE EVACUATED DUE TO
BRASHEARS CREEK OVERFLOWING ITS BANKS. A BRIDGE WAS WASHED OUT ON
BROWN ROAD.

NESHOBA...EXTENSIVE FLOODING OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY. NUMEROUS
ROADS AND CULVERTS WERE WASHED OUT.

RANKIN...EXTENSIVE FLOODING OF CREEKS AND STREAMS OCCURRED ACROSS
THE COUNTY. SOME VEHICLES WERE SUBMERGED IN WATER AND SEVERAL WATER
RESCUES WERE MADE.

SCOTT...EXTENSIVE FLOODING OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY. TUSCOLAMETA
CREEK OVERFLOWED ITS BANKS FLOODING NUMEROUS ROADS AND SEVERAL
STRUCTURES. SEVERAL STRUCTURES WERE ALSO FLOODED IN FOREST ON SOUTH
MAIN STREET.

THE PEARL RIVER OVERFLOWED ITS BANKS IN SPOTS REACHING A CREST OF
32.1 FEET NEAR JACKSON SEVERAL DAYS AFTER THE RAIN ENDED.

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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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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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4 ESE SUMRALL                LAMAR            04/1305          EF0
31.39  -89.48

4 NW MCLAURIN                FORREST          05/0045          EF0
31.21  -89.27

6 S COLLINS                  COVINGTON        05/0105          EF1
31.55  -89.56

3.8 SE PINEVILLE             SMITH            05/0345          EF0
32.10  -89.37


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED


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