Hurricane Ida


 

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE IDA...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
122 PM CST WED NOV 18 2009


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 IDA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...JACKSON...HANCOCK...HARRISON...PEARL RIVER...
ST. BERNARD...ST. TAMMANY...ORLEANS...PLAQUEMINES...JEFFERSON...
TANGIPAHOA...ST. CHARLES...ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST...LAFOURCHE...
TERREBONNE


NOV 18...CORRECTED FOR...NON-METAR OBSERVATIONS FROM LSU AG SITES. 
PREVIOUS ISSUANCES INCLUDED SOME WIND GUSTS AS SUSTAINED WIND 
ENTRIES. 

NOV 14...UPDATED FOR...ADD ANEMOMETER HEIGHT FOR MARINE SITE PSTL1. 
ALSO...TO CLARIFY REMARKS FOR MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE AND 
TO ADD BAY GARDENE SURGE DATA.


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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KBVE-BOOTHVILLE                                                     
29.33 -89.40   1004.7 10/0351   030/032  09/2351   020/050 09/2351  

KGPT-GULFPORT AIRPORT                                               
30.40 -89.07   1005.8 10/1014   360/027  10/1201   010/042 10/1014  

KBIX-BILOXI AIR FORCE BASE                                          
30.43 -88.92   1006.1 10/1000   020/026  10/0255   010/042 10/0432  

KNEW-NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT                                  
30.04 -90.03   1009.5 10/0853   050/032  09/2142   040/039 09/2141  

KPQL-PASCAGOULA AIRPORT                                             
30.46 -88.53   1004.7 10/1055   030/025  10/0433   020/039 10/0432  

KNBG-BELLE CHASSE NAVAL AIR STATION                                 
29.82 -90.03   1009.9 10/0755   040/021  09/2255   040/038 09/2119  

KMSY-NEW ORLEANS ARMSTRONG INTL AIRPORT                             
29.98 -90.25   1010.8 10/0916   020/025  10/0047   050/036 09/2129  

KASD-SLIDELL AIRPORT                                                
30.35 -89.82   1008.8 10/0843   360/022  10/0414   010/028 10/0413  

KHUM-HOUMA                                                          
29.57 -90.66                    020/020  09/2250   020/030 09/2250  

REMARKS: WIND OBSERVATIONS ARE IN THE FORMAT DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS 
THE DIRECTION AND SSS IS THE SPEED. SLIDELL ASOS...KASD RECORDED 
HIGHER PEAK WINDS WERE AFTER 10/1200.  

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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CRSL1- COASTAL RESEARCH STATION - PT SULPHUR (LSU AG)              
29.58 89.82                     059/035  10/0021   057/047 10/0622 
                                 10M  

HUML1 - HOUMA, LA SUGARCANE RESEARCH STATION (LSU AG)              
29.63 -90.84                    053/021  09/2227   053/027 10/0719    
                                      
HMDL1 - HAMMOND RESEARCH STATION (LSU AG)                           
30.50 90.37                     333/017  10/1540   057/027 10/0914
                                      
SGRL1-ST. GABRIEL, LA RESEARCH STATION (LSU AG)                    
30.26 -91.09                                       356/028 10/1900                    
                                      
JACKSON COUNTY EOC                                                 
30.34 -88.57   1008.8 10/0554   049/033  10/0541   049/041 10/0541  
                                 15M  

REMARKS: WIND OBSERVATIONS ARE IN THE FORMAT DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS 
THE DIRECTION AND SSS IS THE SPEED. GUSTS REPORTED AT LSU AG SITES 
ARE INSTANTANEOUS MEASUREMENTS AND MAY BE SLIGHTLY HIGHER THAN A 3 
SECOND WIND GUST. JACKSON COUNTY EOC RECORDED LOWER PRESSURE OF 
1006.2 AFTER 10/1200.


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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PSTL1-PILOTS STAT E                                                 
28.93  -89.41  1003.9 09/2236   059/052  09/2236   055/064 09/2224                                     24M
                                  24.0M

BURL1-NOAA C-MAN SW PASS                                            
28.90  -89.43  1004.5 09/2200   050/050  09/2100   050/058 09/2100  
                                  30.5M
 
SHBL1-SHELL BEACH NOAA NOS                                          
29.87  -89.67  1007.4 10/0630   050/043  10/0012   050/055 10/0012  
                                  10.0M
 
PTBM6-PETIT BOIS ISLAND MS                                          
30.21  -88.50  1002.0 10/0942   034/040  10/0454   028/051 10/0418  
                                   8.2M
 
WYCM6-BAY WAVELAND YACHT CLUB                                       
30.33  -89.33  1006.1 10/0900   002/038  10/0736   003/048 10/0748  
                                  10.0M
 
GPOM6-GULFPORT OUTER RANGE                                          
30.23  -88.00  1004.2 10/1000   018/037  10/0242   019/045 10/0318  
                                  13.7M
 
42007-NOAA BUOY MISSISSIPPI SOUND                                   
30.09  -88.77  1002.4 10/0920   020/037  10/0320   020/045 10/0320  
                                   5.0M
 
SPLL1-SOUTH PELTO BLOCK                                             
28.87  -90.48                   050/035  09/2100   050/041 09/2100  
                                  40.4M
 
GWPM6-GULFPORT WEST PIER                                            
30.35  -89.09  1005.5 10/1006   020/034  10/0306   020/046 10/0412  
                                  13.8M
 
GISL1-NOAA C-MAN GRAND ISLE                                         
29.26  -89.96  1007.9 09/2130   050/033  09/2354   040/044 10/0018  
                                   9.4M
 
NWCL1-NEW CANAL -NOAA NOS                                           
30.03  -90.11  1010.0 10/0730   052/030  09/2130   052/036 09/2130  
                                  11.9M
 
GDXM6-GRAND BAY                                                     
30.36  -88.42                   050/029  10/0445                    
                                   5.0M
 
RARM6-PASCAGOULA RANGE A REAR                                       
30.34  -88.51  1003.4 10/0924   010/026  10/2142   010/037 10/2142  
                                  25.9M
 
DKCM6-PASCAGOULA DOCK C                                             
30.36  -88.57  1003.4 10/1006   350/025  10/1206   350/034 10/2106  
                                   3.6M
 
TRBL1-TERREBONNE BAY                                                
29.17  -90.58  1013.2 10/2100   010/022  210/220   010/027 10/2200  
                                  13.9M
 
TAML1-TAMBOUR BAY                                                   
29.19  -90.67                   030/021  10/0000   030/028 10/0000  
                                  10.0M
 
LKPL1-WESTERN LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN                                    
30.31  -90.28  1009.5 10/0900   350/021  10/1000   350/027 10/1000  
                                  13.0M
 
LUML1-LUMCON CENTER                                                 
29.25  -90.66  1010.5 09/2200   050/018  09/2200   050/025 09/2200  
                                  13.2M
 
LABL1-BAYOU LEBRANCHE                                               
30.05  -90.37  1011.1 10/0906   348/015  10/0748   344/026 10/1000  
                                   9.1M
 
REMARKS: WIND OBSERVATIONS ARE IN THE FORMAT DDD/SSS WHERE DDD IS 
THE DIRECTION AND SSS IS THE SPEED. 



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0600 UTC NOV 09 UNTIL 0600 UTC NOV 11
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)   
DEG DECIMAL
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PASCAGOULA CO-OP             JACKSON                           3.42  
30.36  -88.55

OCEAN SPRINGS CO-OP          JACKSON             OCSM6         2.83  
30.40  -88.80

GULFPORT                     HARRISON            KGPT          2.49  
30.38  -89.07

7 W GULFPORT                 HARRISON            GLFM6         1.70  
30.38  -89.07

KILN                         HANCOCK                           1.48  
30.41  -89.43

BOOTHVILLE                   PLAQUEMINES         KBVE          1.16  
29.33  -89.40

PORT SULPHUR                 PLAQUEMINES         CRSL1         0.42  
29.49  -89.71

6 NW SLIDELL                 ST. TAMMANY         NWS WFO       0.36  
30.34  -89.85

NEW ORLEANS - AUDUBON        ORLEANS             KAUD          0.12  
29.97  -90.08

NEW ORLEANS - LAKEFRONT      ORLEANS             KNEW          0.12  
29.97  -90.08

DONALDSONVILLE CO-OP         ASCENSION           DVDL1         0.09  
30.09  -91.00

REMARKS: 


D. INLAND FLOODING...
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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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PLAQUEMINES    G BAY GARDENE       6.53   7.33  09/0006  UNKNOWN
USGS GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.

ST BERNARD     G SHELL BEACH       5.62   6.09  10/0318  UNKNOWN
NOS GAUGE.    

ST. BERNARD    G GRAND PASS        2.95   5.55  10/0700  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.

ST. BERNARD    G BAYOU DUPRE       4.18   5.43  10/0200  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.

ST. BERNARD    G BAYOU BIENVENUE   3.57   5.07  10/0200  UNKNOWN   
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.

JACKSON        G DOCK E PASCAGOU   3.59   4.98  10/0824  UNKNOWN   
NOS GAUGE. 

HANCOCK        G BAY WAVELAND      3.19   4.66  10/0718    MINOR
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 3.76 FT RECORDED 09/2042.   

JACKSON        G NOAA LAB PASCAG   3.17   4.46  10/0812  UNKNOWN
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 3.19 FT RECORDED 10/0724.   

ORLEANS        G CHEF PASS         2.24   4.04  10/1000  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

ST. TAMMANY    G RIGOLETS          2.44   3.84  10/1000  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

ORLEANS        G LAKEFRONT AIRPO   2.35   3.75  10/1600  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

ORLEANS        G 17TH ST CANAL     2.28   3.68  10/1100  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

PLAQUEMINES    G PILOTS STATION    2.35   3.62  10/0554  UNKNOWN
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 2.50 FT RECORDED 09/2324.   

ORLEANS        G ORLEANS AVE CAN   2.22   3.52  10/1300  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.

ORLEANS        G NEW CANAL         3.21   3.50  10/1342  UNKNOWN
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 3.23 FT RECORDED 10/0730.   

ORLEANS        G WEST END          2.00   3.50  10/1300  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

ST. TAMMANY    G MANDEVILLE        1.90   3.40  10/1300  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

ST. CHARLES    G BONNET CARRE      2.05   3.30  10/1500  UNKNOWN
USACOE GAUGE. SURGE ESTIMATED.   

LAFOURCHE      G PORT FOURCHON     1.76   3.11  10/0836  UNKNOWN
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 1.84 FT RECORDED 10/1112.   

JEFFERSON      G GRAND ISLE        1.57   2.60  10/1112 MODERATE
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 2.22 FT RECORDED 09/2212.   

ST. CHARLES    G BAYOU LABRANCHE   2.26   2.59  10/1712  UNKNOWN
NOS GAUGE. MAXIMUM SURGE OF 2.32 FT RECORDED 10/0836.   


REMARKS: USACOE GAUGES ARE OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE US ARMY CORPS 
OF ENGINEERS. NOS GAUGES ARE OWNED AND OPERATED BY NOAA'S NATIONAL 
OCEAN SERVICE. USGS GAUGES ARE OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE 
US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. ALL GAUGES USE NAVD88 DATUM. USACOE AND USGS
USE A BASELINE OF 0FT NAVD88. NOS USE A GAUGES BASELINE OF MLLW.

IN SOME CASES...TIME OF MAXIMUM STORM SURGE DID NOT COINCIDE WITH 
TIME OF MAXIMUM STORM TIDE. IF THAT IS THE CASE...THE MAXIMUM STORM 
SURGE IS INDICATED ON THE SECOND LINE OF THE ENTRY.



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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PLAQUEMINES          1                 0                          

ONE INDIRECT FATALITY OCCURRED ON 11/09/09 WHEN A MAN ATTEMPTING TO
ASSIST A BOAT IN DISTRESS DROWNED IN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER NEAR FORT
JACKSON. 

JACKSON              0                 0                          

SEVERAL COUNTY AND BACK ROADS WERE CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING AND A FEW
HOMES RECEIVED DAMAGE DUE TO RISING WATER. A SMALL NUMBER OF
TREES...UTILITY POLES...AND ROAD SIGNS WERE DOWNED ACROSS THE
COUNTY. ADDITIONALLY...350 HOMES WERE LEFT WITHOUT POWER. 

HARRISON             0                 0                          

6 HOMES WERE DAMAGED DURING THE STORM. A TREE FELL ON A HOUSE IN
BILOXI WHILE A MAN AND HIS SON WERE INSIDE. NEITHER WAS HURT. 

ST. BERNARD          0                 0                          

SEVERAL ROADS OUTSIDE OF LEVEE PROTECTION WERE CLOSED DUE TO
FLOODING. 

ST. TAMMANY          0                 0                          

MINOR FLOODING OCCURRED IN LOW-LYING AREAS SUCH AS LACOMBE...BAYOU
LIBERTY AND THE RIGOLETS. THERE WERE NO REPORTS OF DAMAGE TO HOMES
OR OTHER BUILDINGS. 

JEFFERSON            0                 0                          

A 1000 FOOT SECTION OF LOCAL LEVEE ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF GRAND ISLE
COLLAPSED ON THE MORNING OF THE 9TH AS WATERS FROM BARATARIA BAY
BEGAN TO RISE. TWO OR THREE HOMES WERE THREATENED BY THE LEVEE
FAILURE WITH THE LAND UNDERNEATH THE ELEVATED CAMPS THREATENING TO
ERODE. ADDITIONALLY... STORM SURGE ERODED 100 TO 200 FEET OF BEACH
AND CUT A NEW PASS THROUGH ELMER'S ISLAND ADJACENT TO GRAND ISLE. 

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LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

REVITTE/MANNING/ONEIL

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