POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE ISAAC...REMOVED KNPA WIND DATA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL
355 PM CDT TUE SEP 4 2012

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...OR WHEN SIGNIFICANT FLOODING ASSOCIATED WITH ISAAC
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BALDWIN...ESCAMBIA FL...GEORGE...MOBILE...
OKALOOSA...SANTA ROSA...STONE...WASHINGTON...GREENE...PERRY...
WAYNE

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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KMOB-MOBILE REGIONAL
30.67 -88.24 1003.3 29/0856 130/027 29/2028 100/041 28/1533

KBFM-MOBILE BROOKLEY
30.64 -88.07 1003.7 28/2053 070/030 29/0249 100/044 29/0608

KJKA-GULF SHORES
30.29 -87.67 9999.0 / 130/022 30/0215 140/033 30/0055

KPNS-PENSACOLA REGIONAL
30.47 -87.20 1004.9 28/2053 110/028 28/2153 100/041 28/2026

KNDZ-MILTON NORTH
30.72 -87.02 1006.4 29/2056 170/014 30/1856 170/027 30/1830

KNSE-MILTON SOUTH
30.70 -87.02 1005.1 28/2156 120/023 28/1856 140/038 28/1625

KCEW-CRESTVIEW
30.79 -86.52 1000.0 28/0753 130/018 30/1440 120/030 29/1559

KHRT-MARY ESTHER
30.42 -86.68 1008.4 29/2043 130/012 30/1855 130/025 30/1855

KVPS-VALPARISO
30.48 -86.53 1006.8 28/1637 180/023 30/1857 180/039 28/1634

KDTS-DESTIN
30.40 -86.47 1008.7 29/2053 140/012 30/1953 120/035 28/1753

K79J-ANDALUSIA
31.32 -86.41 1020.0 01/0056 150/003 01/0056

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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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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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DPIA1-DAUPHIN ISLAND
30.24 -88.07 120/042 29/1410 140/052 28/2000
13.5

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C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC AUG 28 UNTIL 1200 UTC AUG 31
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CITY/TOWN COUNTY ID RAINFALL
LAT LON (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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BUCKATUNNA WAYNE BKAM6 15.39
31.50 -88.50

GRAND BAY MOBILE 13.99
30.48 -88.34

WIGGINS STONE 11.69
30.86 -89.14

LEAKESVILLE GREENE LEKM6 11.16
31.15 -88.55

PERKINSTON STONE 10.50
30.78 -89.14

MOBILE MOBILE KMOB 9.71
30.68 -88.24

WAYNESBORO WAYNE WAYM6 9.42
31.67 -88.64

SEMMES MOBILE 9.40
30.78 -88.26

NEW AUGUSTA PERRY 8.99
31.22 -89.05

BROOKLY FIELD MOBILE KBFM 7.49
30.60 -88.06

CODEN MOBILE 6.99
30.38 -88.24

DAUPHIN ISLAND MOBILE DAUA1 6.97
30.25 -88.08

FAIRHOPE BALDWIN 6.72
30.52 -87.90

DAPHNE BALDWIN 6.10
30.60 -87.90

MCLAIN GREENE 5.77
31.10 -88.80

CRESTVIEW OKALOOSA KCEW 4.64
30.79 -86.52

DESTIN OKALOOSA KDTS 4.58
30.40 -86.47

EGLIN AFB OKALOOSA KVPS 3.53
30.48 -86.53

PENSACOLA ESCAMBIA 3.8N 3.35
30.50 -87.19

PENSACOLA AIRPORT ESCAMBIA KPNS 2.36
30.47 -87.20

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D. INLAND FLOODING...
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STONE...SEVERAL ROADS CLOSED DUE TO FLOODING FROM EXCESSIVE RAINFALL
OVER THE EASTERN HALF OF THE COUNTY.

GEORGE...SEVERAL HOMES FLOODED AS WELL AS MANY ROADS IN AND AROUND
LUCEDALE.

GREENE...NUMEROUS WATER RESCUES AND ROADS FLOODED IN THE LEAKESVILLE
AREA.

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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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BALDWIN G WEEKS BAY 2.96 4.45 29/2154 MINOR

MOBILE G DAUPHIN ISLAND 3.57 4.33 28/2230 MODERATE

MOBILE G DOG RIVER 3.64 5.27 29/0448 MINOR

MOBILE G FOWL RIVER 3.92 5.20 29/0448 MINOR

MOBILE G CHICKASAW CREEK 4.28 5.14 29/2254 MINOR

MOBILE G BAYOU LA BATRE 3.97 5.69 29/1312 MINOR

MOBILE G USCG SECTOR MOB 4.63 5.81 29/2154 MINOR

MOBILE G MOBILE STATE DO 3.84 5.30 29/1854 MINOR

ESCAMBIA FL G PENSACOLA 3.47 4.02 28/2106 MODERATE


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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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2 NE OLD TEXAS MONROE 30/0025 EF0
31.79 -86.98

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTS POSSIBLE TORNADO IN NORTHEASTERN PART
OF THE COUNTY.

3 SE SAND HILL GREENE 30/0240 EF0
31.31 -88.73

DEBRIS FROM POSSIBLE TORNADO ON BRADLEY ROAD NEAR SAND HILL.

1 E TOXEY CHOCTAW 30/1558 EF0
31.91 -88.29

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EMPLOYEE REPORTS DOWNED AND SNAPPED TREES
DUE TO A TORNADO NEAR THE TOWN OF TOXEY.



G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY DEATHS INJURIES EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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MOBILE 0 0 0

STORM SURGE...INUNDATION WATER LEVELS OF 1 TO 3 FEET WERE REPORTED
AT MANY OF THE COASTAL AREAS...ESPECIALLY AT THE TIMES OF
ASTRONOMICAL HIGH TIDES ON BOTH AUG 28TH AND AUG 29TH. NUMEROUS
COASTAL ROADWAYS WERE FLOODED...ALONG WITH OTHER WATERFRONT
PROPERTY. SOME OF THE ROADWAYS INCLUDE...WATER STREET (AND VARIOUS
OTHER STREETS) IN DOWNTOWN MOBILE...DAUPHIN ISLAND PARKWAY AT THE
DOG RIVER BRIDGE...BIENVILLE BOULEVARD ON THE WEST END OF DAUPHIN
ISLAND...THE HIGHWAY 90 CAUSEWAY OVER NORTHERN MOBILE BAY...AS WELL
AS LOCATIONS AROUND ALABAMA PORT. ALABAMA GOVERNOR ORDERED
EVACUATIONS OF ZONES 1 AND 2 IN COASTAL MOBILE COUNTY.

BALDWIN 0 0

STORM SURGE...WATER LEVELS OF 1 TO 3 FEET ALONG AREA BEACHES...ALONG
WITH ROUGH SURF WHICH RESULTED IN MINOR TO MODERATE BEACH EROSION.
SOME ROADWAYS ON FORT MORGAN WERE FLOODED. ALABAMA GOVERNOR ORDERED
THE EVACUATION OF ZONES 1 AND 2 IN COASTAL AREAS OF BALDWIN COUNTY.

ESCAMBIA FL 1 0 0

STORM SURGE...WATER LEVELS OF 1 TO 3 FEET FLOODED SOME ROADWAYS NEAR
THE BEACHES. VERY ROUGH SURF RESULTED IN MINOR TO MODERATE BEACH
EROSION. ONE DEATH OCCURRED WHEN A MAN APPARENTLY DROWNED WHILE
ATTEMPTING TO RIDE A JETSKI IN THE BUILDING SURF AS TROPICAL STORM
ISAAC BEGAN MOVING NORTH ACROSS THE GULF ON MONDAY AUGUST 27TH.

SANTA ROSA 0 0 0

STORM SURGE...WATER LEVELS OF 1 TO 3 FEET ALONG AREA BEACHES...ALONG
WITH ROUGH SURF WHICH RESULTED IN MINOR TO MODERATE BEACH EROSION.
SOME IMMEDIATE COASTAL ROADWAYS AND LOW LYING AREAS WERE FLOODED.

OKALOOSA 0 0 0

STORM SURGE...WATER LEVELS OF 1 TO 2 FEET ALONG AREA
BEACHES...COMBINED WITH ROUGH SURF...RESULTED IN MINOR BEACH
EROSION. A FEW ROADWAYS AND LOW LYING AREAS ALONG THE IMMEDIATE
COAST WERE FLOODED.

WASHINGTON 0 0 0

EXCESSIVE RAINFALL...RADAR ESTIMATES OF UP TO 5 TO 7 INCHES OF STORM
TOTAL RAINFALL FELL ACROSS WESTERN PORTIONS OF THE COUNTY.

STONE 0 0 0

EXCESSIVE RAINFALL AND FLASH FLOODING...RADAR ESTIMATES UP TO 15 TO
20 STORM TOTAL RAINFALL OCCURRED...MOST OF WHICH FELL ON THE EVENING
OF AUGUST 29TH. STONE COUNTY EMA REPORTED SEVERAL ROADS CLOSED DUE
TO FLOOD WATERS.

GEORGE 0 0 0

EXCESSIVE RAINFALL AND FLASH FLOODING...RADAR ESTIMATES UP TO 15 TO
20 INCHES OF STORM TOTAL RAINFALL OCCURRED...MOST OF WHICH FELL ON
THE EVENING OF AUGUST 29TH, EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTED SEVERAL HOMES
FLOODED AND MANY ROADS IN AND AROUND LUCEDALE.

GREENE 0 0 0

EXCESSIVE RAINFALL AND FLASH FLOODING...RADAR ESTIMATES UP TO 10 TO
15 INCHES OF STORM TOTAL RAINFALL OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY...
PRIMARILY FALLING ON THE EVENING OF AUGUST 29TH.

PERRY 0 0 0

EXCESSIVE RAINFALL...RADAR ESTIMATES UP TO 10 TO 15 INCHES OF STORM
TOTAL RAINFALL OCCURRING OVER THE COUNTY...THE MAJORITY OF WHICH
FELL ON THE EVENING OF AUGUST 29TH.

WAYNE 0 0 0

EXCESSIVE RAINFALL...RADAR ESTIMATES UP TO 15 TO 20 INCHES OF
RAINFALL OCCURRED ACROSS THE COUNTY...PRIMARILY ON THE EVENING OF
AUGUST 29TH.

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LEGEND:
I-INCOMPLETE DATA
E-ESTIMATED

DON SHEPHERD

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