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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM  IDA...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
902 PM EST THU NOV 12 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...COFFEE, AL...DALE, AL...GENEVA, AL...
HENRY, AL...HOUSTON, AL...BAKER, GA...BEN HILL, GA...BERRIEN, GA...
BROOKS, GA...CALHOUN, GA...CLAY, GA...COLQUITT, GA...COOK, GA...
DECATOUR, GA...DOUGHERTY, GA...EARLY, GA...GRADY, GA...IRWIN, GA...
LANIER, GA...LEE, GA...LOWNDES, GA...MILLER, GA...MITCHELL, GA...
QUITMAN, GA...RANDOLPH, GA...SEMINOLE, GA...TERRELL, GA...
THOMAS, GA...TIFT, GA...TURNER, GA...WORTH, GA...BAY, FL...
CALHOUN, FL...DIXIE, FL...FRANKLIN, FL...GADSDEN, FL...GULF, FL...
HOLMES, FL...JACKSON, FL...JEFFERSON, FL...LAFAYETTE, FL...
LEON, FL...LIBERTY, FL...MADISON, FL...TAYLOR, FL...WAKULLA, FL...
WALTON, FL...WASHINGTON, FL


NOV 13...CORRECTED FOR...HAVANA FL/HVNF1/ RAINFALL






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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K40J-PERRY-FOLEY, FL                                                
30.07 -83.57   1004.7 11/1922   130/017  10/1411   150/023 10/0223  

KCTY-CROSS CITY, FL                                                 
29.62 -83.10   1004.3 11/1953   160/015  10/1553   170/023 10/1553  

KDTS-DESTIN/FT WALTON BEACH ARPT, FL                                
30.40 -86.47   1005.1 10/1953   120/024  10/0710   120/040 10/0710  

KTLH-TALLAHASSEE RGNL, FL                                           
30.40 -84.35   1005.4 11/0856   140/022  10/1838   130/035 10/1903  

KAAF-APALACHICOLA MUNI, FL                                          
29.72 -85.03   1005.8 10/1454   160/028  10/1454   110/035 10/0419  

KABY-ALBANY MUNICIPAL, GA                                           
31.54 -84.18   1006.4 11/0753   130/020  10/1753   130/028 10/1753  

KDHN-DOTHAN, AL                                                     
31.32 -85.45   1007.4 11/0803   130/021  10/1454   120/031 10/0943  

KMAI-MARIANNA, FL                                                   
30.80 -85.21   1005.1 11/0811   110/018  10/0720   110/028 10/0719  

KPFN-PANAMA CITY, FL                                                
30.20 -85.68   1006.1 11/0849   130/023  10/0827   120/041 10/1416  

KVLD-VALDOSTA, GA                                                   
30.79 -83.28   1006.1 11/1821   010/019  11/2313   010/025 11/2315  

REMARKS: 

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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KTNF1-KEATON BEACH, FL                                              
29.82  -83.59  1005.4 11/1900   140/025  11/0200   140/032 11/0200  
                                   10
 
42039-3D20 /D PENSACOLA, FL                                         
28.78  -86.04  1007.5 11/0850   090/038  09/1820   090/049 09/1742  
                                   5
 
42036-3D32 /D WEST TAMPA, FL                                        
28.50  -84.51  1006.1 11/1950   110/031  10/0250   110/037 10/0250  
                                   5
 
SGOF1-TYNDALL AFB TOWER C, FL                                       
29.41  -84.86  1005.8 11/1900   110/041  10/0300   120/050 10/0600  
                                   35.1
 
APCF1-APALACHICOLA, FL NOS                                          
29.73  -84.98  1006.1 11/0854   080/031  10/0412   080/038 10/0448  
                                   
 
SHPF1-SHELL POINT, FL                                               
30.06  -84.29  1005.8 11/0912   130/027  10/1648   130/033 10/1648  
                                   10
 
PACF1-PANAMA CITY, FL NOS                                           
30.15  -85.67  1006.3 11/0824   140/027  10/0948   140/039 10/0948  
                                   10.6
 
REMARKS: 


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC NOV 09 UNTIL 0000 UTC NOV 12
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)   
DEG DECIMAL
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APALACHICOLA                 FRANKLIN            KAAF          3.15  
29.71  -84.99

PANAMA CITY                  BAY                 KPFN          2.11  
30.17  -85.67

PORT ST. JOE                 GULF                              4.00  
29.80  -85.30

CAPE SAN BLAS                GULF                              3.93  
29.66  -85.36

8 SW ST. MARKS               WAKULLA                           1.61  
30.15  -84.21

FREEPORT                     WALTON                            1.75  
30.50  -86.14

MIRAMAR BEACH                WALTON                            2.67  
30.37  -86.36

PERRY-FOLEY AIRPORT          TAYLOR              K40J          1.76  
30.07  -83.58

ALTHA                        CALHOUN             ALTF1         1.59  
30.57  -85.13

ARITON                       DALE                ARTA1         3.84  
31.59  -85.72

ASHVILLE                     JEFFERSON           ASHF1         1.28  
30.61  -83.65

ATTAPULGUS                   DECATUR             ATPG1         1.82  
30.74  -84.48

BLOXHAM                      LEON                BIGA1         1.76  
30.38  -84.63

CEDAR SPRINGS                EARLY               CEDG1         1.17  
31.18  -85.04

COOKS HAMMOCK                LAFAYETTE           CKSF1         1.47  
29.92  -83.28

CROSS CITY AIRPORT           DIXIE               KCTY          1.47  
29.63  -83.11

DALEVILLE                    DALE                DALA1         2.64  
31.30  -85.71

NAPIER FIELD                 DALE                KDHN          1.50  
31.32  -85.45

ELBA                         COFFEE              EBBA1         3.12  
31.41  -86.07

FOLEY                        TAYLOR              FOLF1         1.45  
30.06  -83.53

GENEVA                       GENEVA              GNVA1         2.04  
31.03  -85.88

HAVANA                       GADSDEN             HVNF1         0.71  
30.62  -84.41

LOWRY MILL                   LIBERTY             LOWA1         4.00  
30.42  -84.78

MARIANNA                     JACKSON             MALF1         1.75  
30.77  -85.24

MOSSY HEAD                   WALTON              MHDF1         4.00  
30.74  -86.31

NEW BROCKTON                 COFFEE              NBKA1         3.20  
31.38  -85.93

NEWTON                       BAKER               NEWA1         1.93  
31.31  -84.34

OAKFIELD                     WORTH               OKFG1         1.32  
31.77  -83.97

FORT RUCKER                  DALE                KOZR          2.70  
31.34  -85.72

TYNDALL AFB                  BAY                 KPAM          1.98  
30.08  -85.61

PANAMA CITY-BAY AIRPORT      BAY                 KPFN          1.08  
30.17  -85.67

MONTICELLO                   JEFFERSON           PMLF1         2.12  
30.54  -83.87

QUITMAN                      BROOKS              QUTG1         1.45  
30.78  -83.56

ST. MARKS                    WAKULLA             SAMF1         2.07  
30.15  -84.21

SPRING CREEK                 WAKULLA             SBIF1         1.17  
30.08  -84.33

SKIPPERVILLE                 DALE                SKPA1         2.68  
31.55  -85.55

SELLERSVILLE                 GENEVA              SLLA1         3.56  
31.12  -86.00

SANBORN                      WAKULLA             SNDF1         1.73  
30.06  -84.60

SAMSON                       GENEVA              SSNA1         2.79  
31.11  -86.05

SUMATRA                      LIBERTY             SURF1         2.46  
30.01  -84.98

TALLAHASSEE ARPT             LEON                KTLH          1.27  
30.39  -84.35

NWS TALLAHASSEE              LEON                TAE           1.33  
30.43  -84.28

THOMASVILLE                  THOMAS              TMLG1         1.41  
30.83  -83.98

VALDOSTA                     LOWNDES             VDSG1         1.41  
30.84  -83.28

WILMA                        LIBERTY             WHSF1         2.53  
30.15  -84.96

0.1 SW CLOPTON               DALE                ALDL2         2.79  
31.60  -85.43

2.7 NNW OZARK                DALE                ALDL1         2.84  
31.49  -85.66

6.2 SW MOULTRIE              COLQUITT            GACQ2         1.25  
31.11  -83.86

3.7 NE ALBANY                DOUGHERTY           GADH1         1.33  
31.61  -84.13

9.2 NNW CAIRO                GRADY               GAGY2         1.48  
31.00  -84.27

7.2 NNW LAKELAND             LANIER              GALN1         1.26  
31.13  -83.12

4.7 SW VALDOSTA              LOWNDES             GALW5         1.52  
30.80  -83.33

2.8 E THOMASVILLE            THOMAS              GATH2         1.48  
30.83  -83.93

3.4 NNW BOSTON               THOMAS              GATH5         1.35  
30.83  -83.81

2 ENE TIFTON                 TIFT                GATF7         1.53  
31.47  -83.48

8.3 NNE MADISON              MADISON             FLMS2         1.66  
30.57  -83.36

4.2 SW HAVANA                GADSDEN             FLGD2         2.02  
30.57  -84.46

1.1 SW WACISSA               JEFFERSON           FLJF3         2.06  
30.34  -84.00

9.8 SW MONTICELLO            JEFFERSON           FLJF6         1.64  
30.44  -83.98

0.6 SE TALLAHASSEE           LEON                FLLN23        1.75  
30.43  -84.28

11.3 NE TALLAHASSEE          LEON                FLLN35        1.70  
30.55  -84.15

12.50 NW DE FUNIAK SPRIN     WALTON              FLWT5         4.65  
30.84  -86.27

4.5 NW DE FUNIAK SPRINGS     WALTON              FLWT6         3.40  
30.76  -86.17

10.60 WSW VERNON             WASHINGTON          FLWS1         1.69  
30.56  -85.88

REMARKS: 


D. INLAND FLOODING...
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WAKULLA, FL...MINOR FLOODING OF OLD FORT ROAD IN ST MARKS, A SMALL
PORTION OF RIVERSIDE DRIVE, LIVE OAK ISLAND NEAR THE LIVE OAK ISLAND
MARINA, BOTTOMS ROAD IN PANACEA, A SMALL PORTION OF CHICKASAW ROAD
IN PANACEA, AND THE END OF MASHES SANDS ROAD.  

WALTON, FL...MINOR FLOODING ON FT PANIC ROAD AND COUNTY ROAD 30A IN
SANTA ROSA BEACH.

BAY, FL...MINOR FLOODING ON ROGERS AND PIPPIN DRIVE IN PANAMA CITY,
AS WELL AS BEACH AND CHERRY ROADS IN THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE
COUNTY.   

FRANKLIN, FL...FLOODING AND DEBRIS FROM STORM SURGE CLOSED ALLIGATOR
POINT ROAD. THE END OF WATER ROAD IN APALACHICOLA AT THE BAY WAS
UNDERWATER.  

GULF, FL...FLOODING FROM STORM SURGE CLOSED INDIAN PASS ROAD.
FLOODING WAS REPORTED IN THE STUMPHOLE AREA ON CAPE SAN BLAS, WITH
WATER AND DEBRIS OVER THE ROAD.

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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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FRANKLIN       G APALACHICOLA      3.11   4.46  10/1412    MINOR   

BAY            G PANAMA CITY       2.64   3.83  10/1112    MINOR   

WAKULLA          ST MARKS RIVER    1.50   2.80  10/1430    MINOR   

WAKULLA          SHELL POINT       2.00   3.90  10/1400    MINOR   


REMARKS: 


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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WALTON, FL                                                        

COUNTY EOC ISSUED A VOLUNTARY EVACUATION FOR RESIDENTS IN LOW-LYING
AREAS AND MOBILE HOMES. ALL COUNTY SCHOOLS AND NON-ESSENTIAL
GOVERNMENT OFFICES WERE CLOSED NOV 10. 

BAY, FL                                                           

ABOUT 5,000 GULF POWER CUSTOMERS LOST POWER DUE TO SOME TREES DOWN
ACROSS POWER LINES AND DAMAGED TRANSFORMERS. LISENBY AVENUE TO
NORTHSIDE DRIVE IN PANAMA CITY WAS CLOSED DUE TO DOWNED POWER LINES. 

GULF, FL                                                          

A TREE FELL ACROSS HIGHWAY 22. A HOME IN HONEYVILLE WAS DAMAGED BY A
FALLEN TREE. THERE WERE A FEW REPORTS OF POWER LINES DOWN. COUNTY
SCHOOLS WERE CLOSED NOV 10. 

FRANKLIN, FL                                                 1    

ONE FAMILY WAS EVACUATED FROM ALLIGATOR POINT. A FEW POWER OUTAGES
OCCURRED FROM TREES FALLING ON POWER LINES. COUNTY SCHOOLS WERE
CLOSED NOV 10. 

WAKULLA, FL                                                       

A FEW DOWNED TREES AND POWER LINES WERE REPORTED. A LOCAL STATE OF
EMERGENCY WAS DECLARED. COUNTY SCHOOLS WERE CLOSED NOV 10. 

LEON, FL                                                          

ABOUT 5,500 CITY OF TALLAHASSEE CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER DUE TO
TREES FALLING ON POWER LINES. 

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I-Incomplete Data
E-Estimated

JAMSKI

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