|Tropical Storm Fay Gallery|
Meteorologist in Charge, Paul Duval, manning our storm coordination center, conducts one of many telephone briefings that occurred prior to, during, and after TS Fay.
Forecasters Kelly Godsey and Bryan Mroczka (seated) discuss a tropical storm local statement being prepared on Tropical Storm Fay.
The view from the entrance to the James J. Love Building at Florida State University, home to National Weather Service Tallahassee, during the height of TS Fay on Saturday, August 23, 2008.
A screen capture of a forecaster workstation from the afternoon of August 23rd. The main panel displays a storm-relative velocity image from the Tallahassee WSR-88D (KTLH) at 2111 UTC (5:11 pm EDT) August 23, 2008. Note the two tornadic cells in Jefferson County, just east of Tallahassee. Click on the image for a larger view.
A screen capture of a forecaster workstation from the afternoon of August 23rd. The main panel displays a storm-relative velocity image from the Tallahassee WSR-88D (KTLH) at 2212 UTC (6:12 pm EDT) August 23, 2008. Two tornadic cells are still evident in Jefferson County Florida. A tornado was spotted briefly touching down west of Capps around this time. Click on the image for a larger view.
Flood waters from a swollen Lake Ella approach North Monroe Street in Tallahassee and engulf businesses in the cottages on the west side of the lake.
Flood waters wash out a portion of Weeping Willow Way in eastern Leon County.
Senior Service Hydrologist, Joel Lanier, analyzes hydrographs and coordinates with the Southeast River Forecast Center in Peachtree City, GA, concerning projected flood crests on area rivers.
Two photos showing flooding on the Ochlockonee River south of Havana, FL. Major flooding occurred on the Ochlockonee River, with the Havana gage missing its record crest by just under a foot and a half.
Flooding on the Ochlockonee River south of Bloxham, FL.