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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM LEE...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
100 PM CDT THU SEP 22 2011

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

THE REPORT INCLUDES EVENTS THAT OCCURRED AS TROPICAL STORM LEE MOVED
THROUGH SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST LOUISIANA. LEE WEAKENED TO A
TROPICAL DEPRESSION DURING THE LATE EVENING OF SEPTEMBER 5. AS THE
REMNANTS OF LEE UNDERWENT EXTRA-TROPICAL TRANSITION...ITS CENTRAL
PRESSURE DROPPED AND WINDS BEHIND THE COLD FRONT STRENGTHENED. DUE
TO THIS TRANSITION...SOME SITES EXPERIENCED HIGHER WIND GUSTS AND/OR
LOWER PRESSURES AFTER LEE BECAME EXTRA-TROPICAL.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...AMITE...HANCOCK...HARRISON...JACKSON...PEARL
RIVER...PIKE...WALTHALL...WILKINSON.

PARISHES INCLUDED...ASCENSION...ASSUMPTION...EAST BATON ROUGE...
EAST FELICIANA...IBERVILLE...JEFFERSON...LAFOURCHE...LIVINGSTON...
ORLEANS...PLAQUEMINES...POINTE COUPEE...ST. BERNARD...ST. CHARLES...
ST. HELENA...ST. JAMES...ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST...ST. TAMMANY...
TANGIPAHOA...TERREBONNE...WASHINGTON...WEST BATON ROUGE...
WEST FELICIANA.

THE FOLLOWING UPDATES/CORRECTIONS WERE MADE ON SEPTEMBER 22:
* ADDED TIDE GAGES AT WAVELAND...LAPEYROUSE...BILOXI BAY AND POINT A
LA HACHE
* CORRECTED ANEMOMETER HEIGHTS ON SEVERAL MARINE OBSERVATION DECKS
* ADDED RIVER FLOODING IMPACTS
* ADDED PARISH/COUNTY SPECIFIC IMPACT DETAILS


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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KNEW-NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT
30.04 -90.03    997.6 04/0224   170/040  04/1128   170/050 04/1128

KGPT-GULFPORT AIRPORT
30.40 -89.07   1000.7 05/0559   140/034  03/0542   140/044 03/2335

KMSY-NEW ORLEANS ARMSTRONG INTL AIRPORT
29.98 -90.25    997.6 04/0223   160/032  04/0838   120/043 03/0854

KBVE-BOOTHVILLE
29.33 -89.40    999.6 04/0051   220/029  04/1652   220/039 04/1644

KBTR-BATON ROUGE RYAN FIELD
30.54 -91.15    993.2 04/1559   090/024  03/1420   100/034 03/1420

KPQL-PASCAGOULA AIRPORT
30.46 -88.53   1002.4 05/0559   150/024  04/1635   160/034 03/2206

KMCB-MCCOMB AIRPORT
31.18 -90.47    997.0 04/2146   180/022  04/1013   180/030 04/1018

KASD-SLIDELL AIRPORT
30.35 -89.82    999.0 05/0559   110/022  03/1605   110/030 03/1605

REMARKS: WIND OBSERVATIONS ARE IN THE FORMAT DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS
THE DIRECTION AND SSS IS THE SPEED. IN SOME INSTANCES...HIGHER WINDS
AND/OR LOWER PRESSURES WERE RECORDED ON SEPTEMBER 5 AS LEE BECAME
EXTRA-TROPICAL. THESE DATA HAVE BEEN CAPTURED...BUT ARE NOT
PRESENTED HERE.



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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BYGL1-BAYOU GAUCHE
29.79 -90.42    995.1  04/0124  120/026  03/0836   110/043 03/0936
                                   9.1M

REMARKS: WIND OBSERVATIONS ARE IN THE FORMAT DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS
THE DIRECTION AND SSS IS THE SPEED. IN SOME INSTANCSE...HIGHER WINDS
AND/OR LOWER PRESSURES WERE REOCRDED ON SEPTEMBER 5 AS LEE BECAME
EXTRA-TROPICAL. THESE DATA HAVE BEEN CAPTURED...BUT IS NOT PRESENTED
HERE. ADDITIONAL DATA MAY BE ADDED AT A LATER DATE AS NON-METAR
OBSERVATIONS ARE QUALITY CHECKED FOR ACCURACY.



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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KMDJ-MISSISSIPPI CANYON 311A
28.64  -89.74                   170/051  03/0855   170/058 03/0855
                                  30.5M

LOPL1-LOUISIANA OFFSHORE OIL PORT
28.89  -90.02   996.1 04/0034   160/046  03/0939   220/063 04/1439
                                  57.9M

BURL1-NOAA C-MAN SW PASS
28.90  -89.43  1000.0 04/0000   130/044  03/0800   130/052 03/0800
                                  30.5M

KVOA-VISSCO KNOLL 786
29.23  -87.78                   120/043  03/0255   150/053 03/1615
                                  39.9M

KMYT-MISSISSIPPI CANYON 711
28.22  -89.62                   140/043  02/1655   190/050 03/0955
                                  30.8M

GPOM6-GULFPORT OUTER RANGE
30.23  -88.00  1001.4 03/2348   230/040  04/1718   230/058 04/1724
                                  13.7M

KVKY-MAIN PASS 289C
29.25  -88.44                   250/039  04/0735   240/059 04/0715
                                  35.1M

SHBL1-SHELL BEACH NOAA NOS
29.87  -89.67  1000.0 04/0012   128/038  03/1300   128/048 03/1306
                                  10.0M

PSTL1-PILOTS STATION NOAA NOS
28.93  -89.41   999.9 04/0048   140/037  03/0830   170/050 03/1136
                                  24.0M

KMIS-MP 140B AWOS
29.30  -88.84                   230/037  04/1715   240/042 04/1855
                                  25.9M

KSPR-SHIP SHOAL 178
28.60  -91.21                   180/037  03/0655   240/046 04/1135
                                  25.6M

GWPM6-GULFPORT WEST PIER
30.35  -89.09  1000.8 03/2342   130/035  04/0142   150/045 03/0500
                                  13.8M

RARM6-PASCAGOULA RANGE A REAR
30.34  -88.51  1002.5 04/0736   140/033  03/2236   120/044 03/1430
                                  25.9M

42040-NDBC BUOY
29.21  -88.21  1003.0 03/2050   160/033  03/1850   170/043 04/0850
                                  10.0M

LABL1-BAYOU LEBRANCHE
30.05  -90.37   997.1 04/0124   130/033  03/1236   130/039 03/1236
                                   9.1M

PTBM6-PETIT BOIS ISLAND MS
30.21  -88.50  1002.5 04/1012   140/032  03/2242   140/042 03/2236
                                   8.2M

GDXM6-GRAND BAY NOAA NOS
30.36  -88.42  1000.4 03/2245   140/032  03/2245
                                   5.0M

DKCM6-PASCAGOULA DOCK C
30.36  -88.57  1002.3 04/1030   140/031  03/2248   140/042 03/2248
                                   3.6M

NWCL1-NEW CANAL -NOAA NOS
30.03  -90.11   997.9 04/0100   080/030  03/0206   070/037 03/0200
                                  11.9M

TRBL1-TERREBONNE BAY
29.17  -90.58  1002.7 03/0300 I 110/029  03/0400 I 110/043 03/0400 I
                                  13.9M

LKPL1-WESTERN LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN
30.31  -90.28  1004.2 03/0400 I 100/029  03/0400 I 100/043 03/0400 I
                                  13.0M

LUML1-LUMCON CENTER
29.25  -90.66  1002.5 03/0400 I 090/026  03/0400 I 090/037 03/0400 I
                                  13.2M

KXPY-FOURCHON HELIPORT
29.12  -90.20                   120/025  02/1635 I 110/036 02/1535 I
                                   9.1M

42067-USM BUOY
30.04  -88.65  1001.8 04/1040 I 090/031  03/0540 I 090/039 03/0540 I
                                   5.0M

REMARKS: WIND OBSERVATIONS ARE IN THE FORMAT DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS
THE DIRECTION AND SSS IS THE SPEED. SEVERAL OBSERVATION SITES
RECORDED HIGHER WINDS AND/OR LOWER PRESSURES ON SEPTEMBER 5 AFTER
LEE BEGAN EXTRA-TROPICAL TRANSITION. THESE DATA HAVE BEEN
CAPTURED...BUT ARE NOT PRESENTED HERE.



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC SEP 1 UNTIL 0000 UTC SEP 6
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY              ID         RAINFALL
LAT    LON                                                    (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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HOLDEN GAGE                 LIVINGSTON           HOLL1        15.48
30.46  -90.99

N.O. CARROLTON GAGE         ORLEANS              NOEL1        14.56
29.97  -90.08

KILLIAN GAGE                LIVINGSTON           KILL1        14.10
30.37  -90.55

MAUREPAS GAGE               LIVINGSTON           MAUL1        13.64
30.30  -90.60

PONCHATOULA 4S E            TANGIPAHOA           PONL1        13.24
30.42  -90.38

CONVENT 2S                  ST. JAMES            CNVL1        13.12
29.99  -90.82

GALLIANO                    LAFOURCHE            GALL1        12.90
29.46  -90.31

LIVINGSTON GAGE             LIVINGSTON           LVGL1        12.15
30.52  -90.75

COVINGTON                   ST. TAMMANY          CUSL1        12.33
30.49  -90.17

BAPTIST GAGE                LIVINGSTON           NRBL1        12.01
30.50  -90.55

ROBERT LA                   TANGIPAHOA           ROBL1        11.80
30.50  -90.34

SLIDELL CITY                ST. TAMMANY          SISL1        11.75
30.27  -89.77

NEW ORLEANS AUDUBON PARK    ORLEANS              NEWL1        11.05
29.97  -90.08

GRANGEVILLE                 ST. HELENA           GVLL1        11.57
30.74  -90.84

PASCAGOULA AIRPORT          JACKSON              KPQL         11.22
30.36  -88.55

GULFPORT AIRPORT            HARRISON             KGPT         11.14
30.40  -89.07

NEW ORLEANS AIRPORT         JEFFERSON            KMSY         11.05
29.98  -90.25

OLIVE BRANCH                EAST FELICIANA       OLVL1        10.95
30.76  -91.03

BILOXI                      HARRISON             KBIX         10.77
30.41  -88.92

TERRYTOWN                   JEFFERSON            TERL1        10.73
29.90  -90.03

ABITA SPRINGS               ST. TAMMANY          ABSL1        10.41
30.47  -90.04

NEW ROADS 5NE               POINTE COUPEE        NWRL1        10.27
30.73  -91.37

ABITA RIVER                 ST. TAMMANY          ABRL1        10.18
30.49  -90.10

BAYOU MANCHAC POINT         ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST BYML1        10.05
30.35  -90.90

N.O. LAKEFRONT              ORLEANS              KNEW         10.04
30.04  -90.03

DENHAM SPRINGS              LIVINGSTON           DSPL1        10.00
30.48  -90.96

ZACHARY                     EAST BATON ROUGE     ZAYL1         9.86
30.39  -91.06

BUSH                        ST. TAMMANY          BSHL1         9.30
30.63  -89.90

MANDEVILLE LAKEFRONT        ST. TAMMANY          MNDL1         9.27
30.36  -90.08

BATON ROUGE SHERWOOD        EAST BATON ROUGE     BRSL1         9.25
30.45  -91.05

BOOTHVILLE                  PLAQUEMINES          KBVE          9.12
29.33  -89.40

DONALDSONVILLE 4SW          ASCENSION            DVLL1         9.01
30.07  -91.03

GONZALES                    ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST GZLL1         8.82
30.20  -90.92

BATON ROUGE AIRPORT         EAST BATON ROUGE     KBTR          8.81
30.54  -91.15

KENTWOOD                    TANGIPAHOA           KTWL1         8.77
30.94  -90.51

BAYOU SORREL LOCK           IBERVILLE            BSRL1         8.47
30.13  -91.32

BOGALUSA                    WASHINGTON           BLAL1         8.40
30.78  -89.86

SLIDELL AIRPORT             ST. TAMMANY          KASD          8.36
30.35  -89.82

BATON ROUGE CONCORD         EAST BATON ROUGE     SBRL1         7.97
30.42  -91.13

MCCOMB AIRPORT              PIKE                 KMCB          7.57
31.18  -90.47

SUN                         ST. TAMMANY          SUNL1         7.32
30.64  -89.92

PLAQUEMINE 2N               IBERVILLE            PQML1         6.23
30.71  -91.24

REMARKS: RAINFALL TOTALS INCLUDE ALL RAIN THAT FELL BETWEEN 7AM CDT
SEPTEMBER 1 AND 7PM CDT SEPTEMBER 5. THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL OCCURRED
ON SEPTEMBER 3 AND SEPTEMBER 4 AS RAIN BANDS FROM TROPICAL STORM LEE
MOVED ACROSS THE AREA. 24 HOUR RAINFALL TOTALS ON THESE DAYS EXCEEDED
5 INCHES IN MANY LOCATIONS.



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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REMARKS: MINOR TO MODERATE FLOODING WAS EXPERIENCED AT SEVERAL RIVER
FORECAST POINTS DUE TO THE HEAVY RAINFALL ASSOCIATED WITH TROPICAL
STORM LEE. THIS SECTION WILL BE UPDATED AT A LATER DATE AS RIVERS
RECEDE AND MAXIMUM IMPACTS BECOME CLEARER.



E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAGES 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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ORLEANS         G SEABROOK BRIDGE            6.25   03/0800
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

ORLEANS         G SURGE BARRIER              6.08   03/0700
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

TERREBONNE      G LAPEYROUSE                 5.85   03/0930
USGS GAGE. NAVD88.

HANCOCK         G BAY WAVELAND YACHT  3.93   5.56   03/0748
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 3.93 FT RECORDED 04/0154.

ST. BERNARD     G SHELL BEACH         3.91   5.40   03/1048
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 3.97 FT RECORDED 04/0530.

ST. TAMMANY     G MANDEVILLE                 5.28  04/0700
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

HARRISON        G BILOXI BAY                 4.91  03/0615
USGS GAGE. NAVD88.

PLAQUEMINES     G POINT A LA HACHE           4.56  03/1142
USGS GAGE. NAVD88.

HANCOCK         G GRAND PASS                 4.64  04/0100
USACOE GAGE. GAGE 0.

ORLEANS         G CHEF PASS                  4.61   03/0700
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

ST. JOHN THE BA G PASS MANCHAC               4.58   04/1900
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

TERREBONNE      G COCODRIE                   4.57   03/0500
USACOE GAGE. GAGE 0.

PLAQUEMINES     G POINT-A-LA-HACHE           4.56   03/1142
USGS GAGE. NAVD88.

JACKSON         G PASCAGOULA DOCK E   2.76   4.53   04/0712
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 3.24 FT RECORDED 03/2236.

ORLEANS         G LAKEFRONT AIRPORT          4.49   05/1000
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

JACKSON         G PASCAGOULA NOAA LAB 2.80   4.43   04/0800
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 2.89 FT RECORDED 03/2254.

ORLEANS         G NEW CANAL           4.03   4.38   03/2100
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 4.08 FT RECORDED 04/1024.

ORLEANS         G WEST END                   4.29   03/1600
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

ORLEANS         G 17TH STREET CANAL          4.27   03/0900
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

ORLEANS         G RIGOLETS                   4.24   04/0800
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

LAFOURCHE       G GOLDEN MEADOW              4.22   03/0700
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

TERREBONNE      G LITTLE CAILLOU BAY         4.15   04/1200
USGS GAGE. NAVD88.

JEFFERSON       G SELLERS CANAL              4.11   04/1600
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

JEFFERSON       G BARATARIA S OF LAFI        4.08   03/1145
USGS GAGE. NAVD88.

JEFFERSON       G HARVEY CANAL               3.92   04/0900
USACOE GAGE. NAVD88.

ST. CHARLES     G DES ALLEMANDS              3.86   05/1000
USACOE GAGE. NGVD29.

JEFFERSON       G GRAND ISLE          3.61   3.73   03/0930
NOS GAGE. MLLW.

LAFOURCHE       G PORT FOURCHON       2.06   3.44   03/1012
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 2.11 FT RECORDED 03/1054.

PLAQUEMINES     G PILOTS STATION      1.42   2.93   03/0606
NOS GAGE. MLLW. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 1.64 FT RECORDED 03/1006.

REMARKS: USACOE AND USGS GAGES HAVE NO KNOWN TIDE PREDICTIONS.
THEREFORE...ACTUAL SURGE MEASUREMENTS CANNOT BE DETERMINED.



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 N KILN                     HANCOCK          03/1520         EF0
30.47  -89.43

A WEAK TORNADO MOVING SOUTHEAST TO NORTHWEST TOUCHED DOWN FOR A SHORT
DISTANCE. A MOBILE HOME WAS TURNED ON ITS SIDE...THE TOPS OF TREES
WERE SNAPPED...AND A FEW SMALL TREES SNAPPED. TRACK LENGTH WAS
APPROXIMATELY ONE TENTH OF A MILE AND MAXIMUM WIDTH WAS APPROXIMATELY
30 YARDS. ESTIMATED STRENGTH UPPER END EF0.

6 WNW YSCLOSKEY              ST. BERNARD      04/0150         EF1
29.82  -89.75

TOUCHDOWN OCCURRED NEAR INTERSECTION OF PILATE LN AND BAYOU RD. THE
TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE FLOOD WALL AND MOVE NNE ACROSS PILATE
LN. IT CAUSED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO ONE TRAILER...SEPARATING TE ROOF
FROM THE WALLS. IT ALSO SNAPPED SEVERAL LARGE TREE BRANCHES...DOWNED
A WOODEN FENCE AND DESTROYED A WOODEN SHED. NEAR BAYOU RD...THE
TORNADO CAUSED MINOR DAMAGE TO A BRICK HOME AND SNAPPED AN 18 INCH
DIAMETER TREE NEAR THE BASE. FROM THERE...THE TORNADO CONTINUED NNE
INTO A MARSHY AREA WHERE DAMAGE WAS OBSERVED IN THE TREE TOPS. TOTAL
SURVEYED PATH WAS ROUGHLY 1/2 MILE...BUT THE PATH MAY BE LONGER
THROUGH THE MARSHY AREA AND INTO LAKE BORGNE. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED
WINDS WERE ESTIMATED AT 100 MPH BASED ON THE SNAPPED TREE. MAXIMUM
WINDS ESTIMATED 100 MPH. PATH ROUGHLY 1/2 MILE. WIDTH ROUGHLY 50
YARDS.

4 SSW MCNEIL                 PEARL RIVER      04/1243         EF1
30.62  -89.66

A WEAK TORNADO MOVED ALONG AN INTERMITTENT PATH FOR APPROXIMATELY
0.6 MILES. LARGE TREE LIMBS WERE SNAPPED AND SEVERAL TREES WERE
BLOWN DOWN.  SINGLES WERE PEELED FROM A GARAGE AND ALUMINUM FACIA
WAS PEELED OFF OF AN EVE. THE TORNADO ALSO TOSSED A SINGLE ENGINE
CESSNA AIRCRAFT THAT HAD BEEN CHAINED TO ANCHORS ABOUT 35 YARDS...
SEVERELY DAMAGING IT. ADDITIONALLY...A PONTOON BOAT THAT HAD BEEN
ANCHORED TO SHORE WAS WAS RIPPED FROM ITS MOORING ANCHORS AND BADLY
DAMAGED. PATH WIDTH WAS APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS. MAXIMUM RATING LOW
END EF1.

3 N LYMAN                    HARRISON         04/1742         EF1
30.55  -89.14

A WEAK TORNADO MOVED ALONG A INTERMITTENT PATH FOR APPROXIMATELY 3.5
MILES. LARGE TREE LIMBS WERE SNAPPED...SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN
AND FENCES BLOWN DOWN. ROOF DAMAGE TO SEVERAL HOUSES OCCURRED AND
MOBILE HOME DAMAGE. DAMAGE PATH 3.5 MILES. PATH WIDTH 75 YARDS.
MAXIMUM RATING LOW END EF1.


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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JEFFERSON LA      0                0                     50
STORM SURGE FLOODING REPORTED IN THE LAFITTE...BARATARIA..CROWN
POINT AREA WITH 104 HOUSES HAVING SOME FLOODING. GRAND ISLE HAD
SIGNIFICANT BEACH EROSION...AND FLOODING OF LOW LYING PROPERTY AND
ROADWAYS ON THE BAY SIDE. APPROXIMATLY 50 RESIDENTS IN LAFITTE AREA
WERE HOUSED IN LOCAL PARISH SHELTER.

LAFOURCHE LA      0                0                      12
THREE HOUSES HAD MINOR FLOODING RESULTING FROM HEAVY RAINFALL.
ROADWAY FLOODING INCLUDED...LA HIGHWAY 1 SOUTH OF GOLDEN MEADOW...
AND LA HIGH 24 BETWEEN BOURG AND LAROSE...IN ADDITION TO STREET
FLOODING IN VARIOUS COMMUNITIES. A FEW TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWNED
BY WIND GUSTS AND ONE MOBILE HOME HAD ROOF DAMAGE. LOCAL SHELTER
HOUSED BETWEEN 2 AND 12 PERSONS AT VARIOUS TIMES FROM RESIDENT OF
GRAND ISLE AND LAFOURCHE PARISH.

LIVINGSTON LA     0                0                      0
WIDESPREAD LOW LAND FLOODING IN SOUTH PORTION OF PARISH MAINLY SOUTH
OF LA HIGHWAY 444 DUE TO COMBINED IMPACT OF TIDEAL FLOODING IN LAKE
MAUREPAS AND HEAVY RAINFALL. AT LEAST 250 HOMES IMPACTED BY MINOR
FLOODING OR ISOLATED DUE TO FLOODING. A NUMBER OF TREES WERE TOPPLED
BY WIND AFTER HEAVY RAIN SOFTENED SOIL.

ORLEANS LA        0                 0                     0
MINOR STORM SURGE FLOODING OCCURRED OUTSIDE OF HURRICANE PROTECTION
LEVEES IN FAR EAST NEW ORLEANS WITH SOME LOW LYING PROPERTY AND
ROADWAYS FLOODING IN THE IRISH BAYOU AND CHEF PASS AREA.

ST BERNARD LA     0                 0                     0
MINOR STORM SURGE FLOODING OUTSIDE OF HURRICANE PROTECTION LEVESS
IMPACTING ROADWAYS AND LOW LYING PROPERTY.

ST JOHN LA        0                 0                     0
MINOR COASTAL FLOODING NEAR LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN IMPACTING ROADWAYS
AND LOW LYING PROPERTY.

ST TAMMANY LA     0                 0                     0
COASTAL FLOODING OCCURRED NEAR LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN WITH SEVERAL ROADS
FLOODED. 60 HOMES HAD MAINLY FLOODING IN SOUTH ST TAMMANY DUE TO A
COMBINATIN OF TIDAL FLOODING ALONG LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN AND HEAVY
RAINFALL. THE MAJORITY OF FLOODED HOUSES WERE IN SLIDELL AREA NEAR
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN.

TANGIPAHOA LA     0                  0                    0
SEVERAL RECREATIONAL CAMPS FLOODED ALONG WITH ROADWAYS NEAR LAKE
MAUREPAS DUE TO TIDAL FLOODING.

TERREBONNE LA     0                  0                    11
SEVERAL ROADWAYS IN THE LOWER PART OF THE PARISH SOUTH OF HOUMA HAD
MINOR FLOODING DUE TO STORM SURGE. ONLY A FEW LOCATIONS ON THE
AFFECTED ROADWAYS WERE IMPASSABLE. FIVE HOMES HAD MINOR FLOODING.
11 RESIDENTS WERE HOUSED IN LOCAL SHELTER.

HANCOCK MS        0                  0                    0
A FEW ROADWAYS AND STREETS FLOODING IN COASTAL LOCATIONS AT TIME OF
HIGH TIDE.

HARRISON MS       0                  0                    0
MINOR FLOODING OF COASTAL ROADWAY AND BEACH EROSION AT TIME OF HIGH
TIDE.

JACKSON MS        0                  0
MINOR FLOODING OF 11 HOUSES IN MOSS POINT AREA DUE HEAVY RAINFALL IN
AREA OF POOR DRAINAGE.  MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED ALONG LOW LYING
ROADWAYS NEAR THE COAST AND TIDAL BAYOUS AT TIME OF HIGH TIDE.


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LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

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