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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM LEE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LAKE CHARLES LA
121 PM CDT MON SEP 12 2011

NOTE:  THE DATA SHOWN HERE IS PRELIMINARY...AND SUBJECT TO UPDATES
AND CORRECTIONS AS APPROPRIATE.

PARISHES INCLUDED:
VERNON...RAPIDES...AVOYELLES...BEAUREGARD...ALLEN...EVANGELINE...ST.
LANDRY...CALCASIEU...JEFFERSON DAVIS...ACADIA...LAFAYETTE...UPPER
ST. MARTIN...CAMERON...VERMILION...IBERIA...ST. MARY...LOWER ST.
MARTIN

COUNTIES INCLUDED:
TYLER...JASPER...NEWTON...HARDIN...JEFFERSON...ORANGE


A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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OFFICIAL 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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KARA-ACADIANA REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.02 -91.53  987.5    04/1436   080/028  04/2014   080/037  04/2013

KAEX-ALEXANDRIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LA
31.33 -92.56  995.6    04/2223   350/025  04/2217   020/036  04/0121

KDRI-BEAUREGARD REGIONAL AIRPORT
30.83 -93.34  997.0    04/0915   330/016  04/1955   330/037  04/2355

KCWF-CHENNAULT AIRPORT
30.21 -93.14  993.9    04/0915   330/026  05/1550   350/032  03/1615

KESF-ESLER REGIONAL
31.24 -96.24  994.9    04/2204   010E/18E 04/2215   360E/35E 04/2214

KPOE-FORT POLK
31.05 -93.18  997.0    04/0835   010/023  04/0155   360/034  04/2255

KDNK-FORT POLK SELF LANDING STRIP
31.17 -93.00  997.0    04/0853   010/021  03/2053   360/037  04/2207

KJAS-JASPER COUNTY BELL FIELD
30.89 -94.03  999.7    04/0915   360/020  03/2255   350/029  03/2155

KLFT-LAFAYETTE REGIONAL AIRPORT
30.12 -92.00  989.8    04/1451   360/027  05/0554   340/036  05/1203
                                 060/030  03/2041   040/021  03/1001

KLCH-LAKE CHARLES REGIONAL AIRPORT
30.12 -93.23  994.2    04/1021   010/027  03/1628   010/038  03/1535

KACP-OAKDALE
30.75 -92.69  994.6    04/2155   010E/023 05/0215   010E/037 05/0215

KORG-ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT
30.07 -93.80  996.3    04/0915   330/018  03/1955   350/028  03/2115

KPTN-PATTERSON MEMORIAL AIRPORT
29.71 -91.34  994.2    04/0015   135/027  03/2035   135/033  03/2035

KP92-SALT POINT
29.34 -91.32  989.8    04/1135   140/021  03/1823   140/031  03/1822

KBPT-SOUTHEAST TEXAS REGIONAL AIRPORT
29.95 -94.08  996.3    04/0917   330E/27E 03/2101   080/036  02/0057

KUXL-SULPHUR SOUTHLAND FIELD
30.12 -93.38  994.6    04/0855   350/023  03/1335   330/037  03/1615



REMARKS:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA DUE TO STATION FAILURE.
E-ESTIMATED

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UNOFFICIAL 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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TEXAS POINT, TX
29.68 -93.84   996.3   04/0900   334/035  03/2018   336/045  03/2006

NEDERLAND, TX
29.98 -93.98   996.3   04/0656   315/018  03/2112   360/027  03/2107

AIR LIQUIDE, NEDERLAND, TX
30.00 -94.02   1000.3  04/1047   340/029  03/2042   340/030  03/2122

BURELL COVE, TX
29.89 -94.22   996.6   04/0919   340/009  03/1351   270/017  03/2222

SABINE PASS NORTH, TX
29.73 -93.87   I       I         340/036  03/2006   340/050  03/2035

MCFADDEN, TX
29.71 -94.12   I       I         340/020  03/2154   340/034  03/2154

HIGH ISLAND, TX
29.67 -94.44   I       I         360/028  03/1812   360/039  03/1812

BEAUMONT, TX
30.07 -94.22   998.0   04/0715   340/024  03/2215   I       I

REMARKS:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA DUE TO MISSING DATA OR STATION FAILURE

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UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 10 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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WRRT2-WARREN TX RAWS
30.54 -94.35   994.2   04/0434   360E/012 03/1603   360E/024 03/1603

HCKL1-HACKBERRY TX RAWS
29.89 -93.40   I      I          020E/020 04/1713   020E/030 04/1713

LACL1-LACASSINE LA RAWS
30.00 -92.89   I      I          350E/024 04/2243   360E/037 05/0004

GARL1-EVANGELINE/GARDNER
31.19 -92.63   I      I          010E/013 04/2146   022E/027 05/0146

REMARKS:


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UNOFFICIAL OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 10 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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ALDL1-ALEXANDRIA DEAN LEE LA
31.18 -92.41   I       I         003/029  04/2333   010E/043 05/0100

CRRL1-CROWLEY RICE LA
30.24 -92.35   I       I         047/022  03/2041   040/029  03/2100

RDRL1-PORT BARRE LA
29.96 -91.17   I       I         053/014  03/1300   053E/028 03/1300

REMARKS:
LOUISIANA AGRICULTURE SYSTEM MESONET DATA.


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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AMRL1-AMERADA PASS LA (8764227)
29.67 -91.24   992.1   04/1130   176/019  04/1218   185/37   04/1148
                                   10.0M

TESL1-TESORO MARINE TERMINAL LA (8764044)
29.67 -91.23   991.7   04/1312   174/031  04/1230   174/40   04/1230

FRWL1-FRESHWATER CANAL LOCKS, LA (8766072)
29.67 -92.83   986.1   04/0930   342/029  03/1542   342/37   03/1542
                                   10.0M

CAPL1-CALCASIEU PASS LA (8768094)
29.77 -93.34   993.8   04/0136   022/032  03/1548   022/39   03/1548
                                    6.4M

LCLL1-LAKE CHARLES LA 8767816
30.22 -93.22   994.5   04/0912   I        I         I        I

MRSL1-MARSH ISLAND LA (I)
29.44 -92.06   989.8   04/0000   280/29   04/1100   280/34   04/1100
                                  23.4M

PORT2-PORT ARTHUR TX (8770475)
29.87 -93.93   I       I         316/23   03/1954   298/33   03/2142
                                  10.7M

SBPT2-SABINE PASS NORTH TX (8770570)
29.73 -93.87   997.9   04/0854   340/36   03/2006   344/50   03/2006
                                  10.0M

SRST2-SABINE TX
29.67 -94.05   997.2   04/0900   330/26   03/2140   330/32   03/2200
                                   9.1M

42035-22NM EAST OF GALVESTON TX
29.25 -94.44   997.7   04/0750   320/33   03/2250   320/40   03/2250
                                   5.0M

KVBS-SABINE PASS 13
29.49 -93.64  994.2    04/0715   350/044  03/1715   350/052  03/1755
                                   25.9M

KCMB-E. CAMERON 47
29.44 -92.98  991.5    04/0700   340/044  03/1740   340/053  04/0100
                                   30.2M

KVNP-VERMILION 26
29.46 -92.36  986.1    04/0855   030/034  03/0815   030/046  03/0815
                                   25.9M

KSPR-SHIP SHOAL 178
28.60 -91.20  993.9    04/0935   130/031  02/1015   230/046  04/0915
                                   25.9M

KCRH-W. CAMERON 368
28.91 -93.29  999.3    03/0915   350/037  03/0915   350/046  03/935
                                   29.9M

KEHC-E. CAMERON 278
28.44 -92.88  994.9    03/1815   290/042  03/2315   290/049  03/2215
                                   29.0M

KHQI-HIGH ISLAND 376
27.95 -93.67  999.0    04/0015   270/036  04/1115   300/043  03/2215
                                   18.3M


REMARKS:


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0000 UTC AUGUST 31  TO 0600 UTC
SEPTEMBER 5
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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ALEXANDRIA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LA
31.33 -92.56                RAPIDES              KAEX        5.14

ESLER REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
31.24 -92.18                RAPIDES              KESF        6.24

LAFAYETTE REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.12 -92.00                LAFAYETTE            KLFT        5.90

LAKE CHARLES REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.12 -93.23                CALCASIEU            KLCH        4.35

SOUTHEAST REGIONAL AIRPORT TX
29.95 -94.08                JEFFERSON            KBPT        3.97

SALT POINT LA
29.34 -91.32                ST MARY              KP92        3.71

NEW IBERIA REGIONAL AIRPORT LA
30.02 -91.53                IBERIA               KARA        6.16

DERIDDER LA
30.83 -93.34                BEAUREGARD           KDRI        2.53

JASPER TX
30.90 -94.05                JASPER               KJAS        3.15

ORANGE TX
30.37 -93.81                ORANGE               KORG        3.66



COOP STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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ALEXANDRIA 5 SSE LA
31.45 -92.45                RAPIDES              ADSL1       10.96

ALEXANDRIA POWER PLANT LA
31.32 -92.47                RAPIDES              ALXL1        6.97

ABBEVILLE LA
29.97 -92.12                VERMILION            ABBL1        3.17

BOYCE 3 WNW LA
31.38 -92.72                RAPIDES              BYCL1        4.49

BOYCE 7 SW LA
31.30 -92.72                RAPIDES              BCLL1        6.26

BUNKIE LA
30.95 -92.17                AVOYELLES            BNKL1        9.30

CADE FARM LA
30.09 -91.87                SAINT MARTIN         CADL1        6.20

CAMERON PRARIE NWR LA
29.97 -93.09                CAMERON              BELL1        4.15

CARENCRO LA
30.32 -92.05                LAFAYETTE            CRCL1        7.08

CROWLEY 2 NE LA
30.24 -92.35                ACADIA               CROL1        5.85

DERIDDER LA
30.84 -93.29                BEAUREGARD           DRIL1        2.46

ELMER 2 SW LA
31.10 -92.70                RAPIDES              ELML1        6.73

EUNICE LA
30.48 -92.43                SAINT LANDRY         EUNL1        4.99

FRANKLIN 3 NW LA
29.82 -91.54                SAINT MARY           FRAL1        6.04

GRAND COTEAU LA
30.43 -92.03                SAINT LANDRY         GRCL1        6.17

HACKBERRY 8SSW LA
29.89 -93.30                CAMERON              HCKL1        3.45

JEANERETTE 5 NW LA
29.95 -91.72                IBERIA               JENL1        5.49

JENNINGS LA
30.20 -92.67                JEFFERSON DAVIS      JNNL1        7.29

LAFAYETTE LA
30.21 -91.99                LAFAYETTE            LFYL1        5.48

LAKE ARTHUR 10 SW LA
30.00 -92.80                JEFFERSON DAVIS      LWRL1        6.58

LAKE CHARLES 7 NW LA
30.30 -93.27                CALCASIEU            LCRL1        5.52

LAKE CHARLES PORT LA
30.22 -93.25                CALCASIEU            LKCL1        4.16

LELAND BOWMAN LOCK LA
29.79 -92.21                VERMILION            VLKL1        2.31

LEESVILLE LA
31.13 -93.25                VERNON               LEEL1        3.45

LUMBERTON LA
30.25 -94.17                HARDIN               LLBT2        1.95

MARKSVILLE LA
31.15 -92.03                AVOYELLES            MKVL1        9.46

MORGAN CITY LA
29.68 -91.18                SAINT MARY           MRCL1        7.80

MOSS BUFF LA
30.30 -93.22                CALCASIEU            MBFL1        5.69

MOSS BLUFF 2 NNW LA
30.34 -93.22                CALCASIEU            MBLL1        5.00

OAKDALE LA
30.82 -92.86                ALLEN                OAKL1        4.00

OBERLIN FIRE TOWER LA
30.60 -92.78                ALLEN                OBEL1        5.15

OLD TOWN BAY LA
30.29 -93.14                CALCASIEU            OTBL1        6.09

OPELOUSAS LA
30.48 -92.07                SAINT LANDRY         OPLL1        5.75

RED RIVER LOCK #2 LA
31.18 -92.30                RAPIDES              RRBL1        6.50

ROCKEFELLER WL REFUGE LA
29.73 -92.82                CAMERON              GCHL1        4.30

SAINT MARTINVILLE 3 SW LA
30.10 -91.88                SAINT MARTIN         SMVL1        6.17

SULPHUR LA
30.23 -92.82                CALCASIEU            SULL1        5.50

VINTON 5 W LA
30.20 -93.68                CALCASIEU            NBFL1        2.90

VILLE PLATTE LA
30.69 -92.28                EVANGELINE           VIPL1        5.75

BEAUMONT TX
30.10 -94.10                JEFFERSON            BEAT2        1.77

LUMBERTON TX
30.25 -94.17                HARDIN               LLBT2        1.95

ORANGE TX
30.12 -93.74                ORANGE               ORAT2        3.80

ORANGE 9 N TX
30.23 -93.73                ORANGE               ORET2        2.64

JASPER TX
30.88 -94.03                JASPER               JAST2        2.35

TOWN BLUFF RESERVOIR TX
30.80 -94.18                TYLER                TBLT2        2.42

WILDWOOD TX
30.53 -94.45                TYLER                WWDT2        2.21

WOODVILLE TX
30.75 -94.40                TYLER                WDVT2        2.21


REMARKS:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA DUE TO STATION FAILURE.

RAWS STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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BUNA TX
30.43 -93.88                NEWTON               KRBT2        2.21

MCFADDIN NWR TX
29.71 -94.12                JEFFERSON            FADT2        2.20

WARREN TX
30.54 -94.35                TYLER                WRRT2        2.55

WOODVILLE TX
30.75 -94.24                TYLER                WVLT2        2.03

HACKBERRY LA
29.89 -93.40                CAMERON              HAKL1        3.45

GARDNER LA
31.19 -92.63                RAPIDES              GARL1        8.00

LACASSINE LA
30.00 -92.89                CAMERON              LACL1        5.59

FORT POLK LA
31.02 -93.19                VERNON               LEVL1        4.29


REMARKS:



LAIS STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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LAKE CHARLES
30.13 -93.21                CALCASIEU            LCPL1        3.84

ALEXANDRIA DEAN LEE
31.18 -92.41                RAPIDES              ALDL1        7.10

PORT BARRE
29.96 -91.17                SAINT LANDRY         RDRL1        7.45

CROWLEY
30.24 -92.35                ACADIA               CRRL1        5.50



REMARKS:
LOUISIANA AGRICULTURE SYSTEM MESONET DATA.


CALCASIEU PARISH RAINFALL NETWORK
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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LE BLEAU 2 NNE
30.31 -93.07                CALCASIEU            CAHL1        3.84

BELFIELD 1 SW
30.33 -93.21                CALCASIEU            CBRL1        4.25

LAKE CHARLES 8 E
30.24 -93.08                CALCASIEU            CBVL1        4.88

LE BLEAU
30.29 -93.10                CALCASIEU            CCHL1        5.59

DEQUINCY 1 SE
30.44 -92.42                CALCASIEU            CDRL1        2.87

MOSS BLUFF 2 NE
30.33 -93.17                CALCASIEU            CGGL1        5.90

IOWA
30.24 -93.02                CALCASIEU            CIAL1        4.69

BELFIELD 3 W
30.34 -93.25                CALCASIEU            CIBL1        4.53

GILLIS
30.73 -93.20                CALCASIEU            CITL1        4.77

LAKE CHARLES 4 SE
30.20 -93.17                CALCASIEU            CKCL1        4.92

LAKE CHARLES 6 ENE
30.26 -93.12                CALCASIEU            CKGL1        5.31

SULPHUR 7 NNE
30.33 -93.33                CALCASIEU            CLBL1        4.76

HAYES 1 NE
30.13 -92.91                CALCASIEU            CLHL1        5.00

GILLIS 3 NE
30.40 -93.15                CALCASIEU            CMBL1        5.36

REMARKS:



UNOFFICIAL STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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JTWT2-BEVIL OAKS 4 E
30.16 -94.21                JEFFERSON            1800         1.77

JYDT2-PORT ARTHUR 5 SW
29.86 -94.00                JEFFERSON            5900         2.44

JYHT2-PORT ARTHUR 18WSW
29.85 -94.23                JEFFERSON            6400         1.50

JYLT2-THICKET 4 SE
30.35 -94.59                HARDIN                900         1.22

JYMT2-SOUR LAKE 8 NNE
30.24 -94.36                HARDIN               1000         1.93

JYNT2-BEVIL OAKS 1 SW
30.14 -94.28                JEFFERSON            1300         0.12

JYOT2-BEVIL OAKS 5 ENE
30.18 -94.19                JEFFERSON            1600         2.17

JYQT2-CHINA 17 SSE
29.81 -94.25                JEFFERSON            7000         1.93

JYST2-HAMSHIRE 5 SSW
29.79 -94.31                JEFFERSON            7200         1.46

JYTT2-BEAUMONT 5 SW
30.06 -94.21                JEFFERSON            3500         1.46

JYUT2-BEAUMONT 1 NE
30.10 -94.13                JEFFERSON            3600         1.93

JYVT2-BEAUMONT
30.08 -94.14                JEFFERSON            3700         1.97

JYWT2-BEAUMONT 3 NE
30.13 -94.12                JEFFERSON            4400         2.09

JYYT2-HAMSHIRE 11 SE
29.76 -94.17                JEFFERSON            6500         1.69

JYZT2-PORT ARTHUR 12 SW
29.78 -94.10                JEFFERSON            6600         1.73

JZAT2-NOME 1 NW
30.04 -94.43                JEFFERSON            1100         1.54

JZBT2-NOME 4N
30.09 -94.40                JEFFERSON            1200         1.61

JZCT2-BEVIL OAKS 2 SE
30.14 -94.25                JEFFERSON            1400         1.45

JZDT2-BEVIL OAKS 4 E
30.17 -94.20                JEFFERSON            1500         1.89

JZET2-BEAUMONT 2 NNW
30.12 -94.17                JEFFERSON            2000         1.61

JZFT2-BEAUMONT 1 NW
30.09 -94.16                JEFFERSON            2100         1.85

JZGT2-BEAUMONT 2 SW
30.07 -94.16                JEFFERSON            2200         1.50

JZHT2-BEAUMONT 4 S
30.04 -94.15                JEFFERSON            2300         1.77

JZIT2-BEAUMONT 2 SE
30.06 -94.12                JEFFERSON            2400         1.86

JZJT2-CENTRALGARDENS 5 NW
30.03 -94.08                JEFFERSON            2500         1.81

JZKT2-BEAUMONT 2 W
30.08 -94.18                JEFFERSON            2600         1.85

JZLT2-BEAUMONT 4 WSW
30.07 -94.2                 JEFFERSON            2700         1.54

JZMT2-BEAUMONT 4 SW
30.04 -94.18                JEFFERSON            2800         1.53

JZPT2-FANNETT 1 NE
29.94 -94.23                JEFFERSON            3200         1.69

JZQT2-FANNETT 6 NE
29.96 -94.17                JEFFERSON            3300         1.57

JZRT2-BEAUMONT 4 NNW
30.15 -94.17                JEFFERSON            4100         2.13

JZST2-CHINA 2 NE
30.06 -94.32                JEFFERSON            5100         1.58

JZTT2-CHINA
30.03 -94.33                JEFFERSON            5200         1.65

JZUT2-CHINA 5 ESE
30.03 -94.26                JEFFERSON            5300         1.54

JZWT2-NOME 6 S
29.95 -94.4                 JEFFERSON            5500         1.77

JZXT2-FANNETT 2 SW
29.90 -94.27                JEFFERSON            5600         1.54

JZYT2-FANNETT 6 SE
29.87 -94.16                JEFFERSON            5700         1.49


REMARKS:
JEFFERSON COUNTY DD6 MESONET DATA.

UNOFFICIAL STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
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CITY/TOWN                   COUNTY/              ID          RAINFALL
LAT LON                     PARISH                            (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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PITKIN 8 NNW LA
31.04 -93.00                VERNON               SMCL1        3.90

DERIDDER 4 ESE
30.82 -93.23                BEAUREGARD           BUNL1        2.86

MITTIE 1 ESE
30.70 -92.90                ALLEN                MTTL1        2.34

UNION HILL 3 E
30.99 -92.68                RAPIDES              GLML1        6.41

OBERLIN 4 WNW
30.64 -92.82                ALLEN                OBCL1        2.37

CHENEYVILLE 5 W
31.00 -92.38                RAPIDES              CLWL1        5.58

KINDER
30.50 -92.92                ALLEN                KDRL1        3.40

BASILE 2 W
30.48 -92.63                ACADIA               BSLL1        5.08

ORANGE
30.10 -93.72                ORANGE               ORNT2        3.64

CARENCRO 5 NE
30.37 -91.99                LAFAYETTE            BVCL1        7.60

LAFAYETTE SURREY STREET
30.22 -91.99                LAFAYETTE            VLSL1        6.40

BON WEIR
30.74 -93.61                NEWTON               BWRT2        2.38

BURKVILLE
31.06 -93.52                NEWTON               BRVT2        2.53

TOLEDO BEND DAM
31.20 -93.57                NEWTON               BKLT2        2.60

EVADALE
30.35 -94.09                JASPER               EVDT2        1.89

REMARKS:
USGS RIVER GAGE RAINFALL DATA.


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

RIVER POINT                              CREST   DATE/TIME    FS
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VERMILLION RIVER - SURREY ST LAFAYETTE
30.21 -91.99                             10.47FT 04/0415Z     10.00FT

VERMILLION RIVER - BROUSSARD
30.14 -92.07                              8.57FT 04/0403Z      7.00FT

ATCHAFALYA RIVER - MORGAN CITY
29.7 -91.22                               6.30FT 04/1300Z      4.00FT


REMARKS:


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
PARISH            OR LOCATION          (FT)   (FT)    TIME    EROSION
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ST MARY          G AMERADA PASS        4.76   5.82   04/1242Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW.

ST MARY          G TESORO TERMINAL     2.74   3.0    04/1536Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW.

VERMILION        G FRESHWATER LOCKS    2.29   4.31   04/0412Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 2.44 FT RECORDED 04/0736Z

CALCASIEU        G LAKE CHARLES        1.05   2.1    02/1430Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW.

CALCASIEU        G BULK TERMINAL       0.93   2.0    02/1442Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 0.97 FT RECORDED 02/1254Z

CAMERON          G CALCASIEU PASS      1.30   3.29   02/1106Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW.

JEFFERSON        G PORT ARTHUR         1.36   1.97   02/1354Z
TCOON GAGE. MLLW.

JEFFERSON        G RAINBOW BRIDGE      1.02   1.57   02/1330Z
TCOON GAGE. MLLW.

JEFFERSON        G SABINE PASS         1.62   2.69   02/1018Z
NOS GAGE. MLLW.

REMARKS:
SURGE AND TOTAL TIDE VALUES IN MEAN LOWER LOW WATER.
I INDICATES INCOMPLETE DATA DUE TO GAGE FAILURE.


F. TORNADOES...
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN             COUNTY/          DATE/          EF SCALE
LAT LON(DEG DECIMAL)        PARISH           TIME(UGC)     (IF KNOWN)
DESCRIPTION
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3 NW MAURICE                LAFAYETTE        03/1810        EF0
30.14 -92.16

LAFAYETTE SHERIFF RELAYED A PUBLIC REPORT OF A TORNADO TOUCHDOWN
NEAR GOLDEN GRAIN RD.


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY/PARISH    DEATHS           INJURIES              EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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ACADIA           0                0                     0

ONE HOME HAD A COUPLE OF INCHES OF WATER ENTER IT IN SOUTHERN ACADIA
PARISH DURING HEAVY RAINS ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD. ISOLATED POWER
OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 3-4TH.

ALLEN            0                0                     0

ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3-4TH. NO PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

AVOYELLES        0                0                     0

A FEW STATE ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING...BUT NO PROPERTY WAS
FLOODED. SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3-4TH. AROUND 1000 OUTAGES WERE
REPORTED. NO PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

BEAUREGARD       0                0                     0

ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3-4TH. NO PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

CALCASIEU        0                0                     0

ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3-4TH. NO PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

CAMERON          0                0                     0

MINOR COASTAL FLOODING OCCURRED DURING HIGH TIDE SATURDAY NIGHT
SEPTEMBER 3RD...WHERE WATER WAS CLOSE TO HIGHWAY 82 AROUND HOLLY
BEACH. NO WIND DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

EVANGELINE       0                0                     0

SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES ON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH DUE TO A FEW TREES
BLOWN DOWN...BUT NO PROPRTY DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

IBERIA           0                0                     0

MINOR COASTAL FLOODING NEAR THE PORT OF IBERIA...DELCAMBRE...AND
AVERY ISLAND...WHERE A FEW ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO WATER COVERING
THE ROADS SUNDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 4TH. WATER WAS NOT REPORTED IN
ANY HOMES OR BUSINESSES. ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES FROM A FEW TREES
BLOWN DOWN.

JEFFERSON DAVIS  0                0                     0

ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3-4TH.

LAFAYETTE        0                0                     0

ISOLATED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN ON SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3-4TH.

RAPIDES          0                0                     0

SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN OCCURRED ON
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH. OVER 12,500 OUTAGES WERE REPORTED. LESS THAN
TEN HOMES RECEIVED DAMAGE FROM TREES FALLING ON THEM.

ST. LANDRY       0                0                     0

SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES DUE TO A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN OCCURRED ON
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH BUT NO PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS REPORTED.

ST. MARTIN       0                0                     0

MINOR BACKWATER FLOODING OCCURRED IN STEPHENSVILLE...WHERE ONE LANE
OF HIGHWAY 70 HAD WATER ON IT. ONE HOME HAD A TREE FALL ON IT IN
STEPHENSVILLE IN LOWER SAINT MARTIN PARISH?OTHERWISE ISOLATED TREES
WERE BLOWN DOWN AND A FEW POWER OUTAGES WERE REPORTED.

ST. MARY         0                0                     0

MINOR COASTAL FLOODING IN CYPREMORT POINT AND BURNS POINT...WHERE
STATE HIGHWAYS WERE SHUT DOWN BRIEFLY ON SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH. PARTS
OF THE ROADS HAD 2-3 FEET OF WATER ON THEM. NO CAMPS OR HOMES WERE
SIGNIFICANTLY FLOODED. WATER BACKED UP IN THE FRANKLIN CANAL AND
THREATENED TO CROSS LOCAL ROADS IN FRANKLIN BUT DID NOT. WIND DAMAGE
WAS VERY MINIMAL...ONLY 83 POWER OUTAGES WERE REPORTED ON SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 4TH.

VERMILION        0                0                     0

MINOR COASTAL FLOODING OCCURRED IN DELCAMBRE AND INTRACOASTAL
CITY...WHERE WATER WAS PUSHED ONTO LOCAL ROADS IN BOTH COMMUNITIES.
NO HOMES OR BUSINESSES WERE FLOODED. OTHERWISE...MINOR WIND DAMAGE
SUCH AS ISOLATED FALLEN TREES WAS REPORTED.

VERNON           0                0                     0

SCATTERED TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN RESULTING IN AROUND
1400 POWER OUTAGES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY (SEPTEMBER 3-4). NO PROPERTY
DAMAGE REPORTED.


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LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

BRAZZELL/DEAL/ERICKSON/JONES/LANDRENEAU/MOGGED/NAVEJAR


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