POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM DEBBY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE - TALLAHASSEE FL
1112 AM EDT MON JUL 2 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 DEBBY
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BROOKS...DIXIE...FRANKLIN...GADSDEN...GRADY...
GULF...HOLMES...JACKSON...JEFFERSON...LAFAYETTE...LANIER...LEON...
LIBERTY...LOWNDES...MADISON...SEMINOLE...TAYLOR...THOMAS...
WAKULLA...WALTON...WASHINGTON...BAY...CALHOUN...DECATUR...BAY...
CALHOUN


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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K1JO-HOLMES COUNTY, FL                                              
30.85 -85.60    997.6 25/2058   030/021  25/1558   010/029 26/1536  

KMAI-MARIANA, FL                                                    
30.80 -85.21   1000.6 25/2053   020/021  25/1553   050/030 26/1753  

KECP-PANAMA CITY NW, FL                                             
30.35 -85.80   1000.4 25/1942   020/023  26/1553   010/036 24/2236  

KPAM-TYNDALL AFB, FL                                                
30.07 -85.59    997.7 25/1853   060/022  24/2053   030/037 24/2044  

KBGE-BAINBRIDGE, GA                                                 
30.97 -84.63   1001.7 25/2315   070/022  26/0015   060/030 26/0035  

KTLH-TALLAHASSEE RGNL, FL                                           
30.40 -84.35   1000.1 26/0853   080/024  24/2053   080/032 24/2053  

KVLD-VALDOSTA, GA                                                   
30.79 -83.28   1001.8 26/0753   050/017  26/2053   070/024 26/1953  

KVAD-VLDOSTA/MODY AFB, GA                                           
30.97 -83.20   1001.9 26/0750   130/017  25/2125   040/025 26/2123  

K40J-PERRY-FOLEY, FL                                                
30.07 -83.57    997.4 24/2253   030/016  26/1953   030/027 26/1953  

KCTY-CROSS CITY, FL                                                 
29.62 -83.10    997.4 26/2053   160/016  25/1753   160/027 25/1753  

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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REMARKS: OBSERVATIONS REPRESENT PEAK WIND



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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42036-3D32 /D W. TAMPA                                              
28.50  -84.51   993.2 26/0750   110/035  24/0650   110/041 24/0650  
                                   10
 
PCBF1-PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL NOS                                     
30.21  -85.88   998.7 25/1942   050/024  24/2124   050/038 24/2124  
                                   10
 
APCF1-APALACHICOLA, FL NOS                                          
29.73  -84.98                 I 080/039  24/1848   080/052 24/1848  
                                   10
 
APXF1-APALACHICOLA NERR, FL                                         
29.79  -84.88   995.0 25/2115   090/030  24/1415                   I
                                   10
 
SHPF1-SHELL POINT, FL                                               
30.06  -84.29   995.6 25/2018   090/020  24/1806   080/037 24/2030  
                                   10
 
KTNF1-KEATON BEACH, FL/M                                            
29.82  -83.59   999.0 26/2000   080/023  24/1800   080/028 24/1800  
                                   10
 
Apalachicola Tide                                                   
29.75  -84.90   993.1 25/2124   047/035  25/2300   058/045 26/0436  
                                   10
 
REMARKS: 


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0000 UTC JUN 24 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUN 27
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)   
DEG DECIMAL
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3 SE SANBORN                 WAKULLA                          28.78  
30.03  -84.57

SANBORN                      WAKULLA                          26.23  
30.06  -84.60

7.0 SSE CRAWFORDVILLE        WAKULLA                          23.00  
30.08  -84.33

3 WNW CRAWFORDVILLE          WAKULLA                          22.30  
30.19  -84.42

ST. MARKS                    WAKULLA                          21.09  
30.16  -84.21

2 NE CRAWFORDVILLE           WAKULLA                          18.80  
30.19  -84.35

WAKULLA SPRINGS STATE PA     WAKULLA                          18.79  
30.23  -84.30

MAYO                         LAFAYETTE                        18.28  
30.05  -83.18

8.2 SW ST. MARKS             WAKULLA                          16.24  
30.07  -84.30

2 SSE WOODVILLE              LEON                             15.53  
30.28  -84.24

COOKS HAMMOCK                LAFAYETTE                        14.99  
29.92  -83.28

AMES SINK                    LEON                             14.74  
30.31  -84.35

7.70 SW LAMONT               JEFFERSON                        13.75  
30.29  -83.90

HOPEWELL FIRE TOWER          MADISON                          12.76  
30.38  -83.44

APALACHICOLA AIRPORT         FRANKLIN            KAAF         12.62  
29.71  -84.99

4 NW MAYO                    LAFAYETTE                        12.60  
30.09  -83.22

9.80 SW MONTICELLO           JEFFERSON                        12.03  
30.44  -83.98

9.20 W ST. MARKS             WAKULLA                          11.89  
30.15  -84.36

CROSS CITY AIRPORT           DIXIE               KCTY         11.85  
29.63  -83.11

2 NW CROSS CITY              DIXIE                            11.52  
29.65  -83.15

1.20 ENE MADISON             MADISON                          11.36  
30.47  -83.40

LAMONT                       JEFFERSON                        11.25  
30.37  -83.81

FOLEY                        TAYLOR                           11.19  
30.06  -83.53

1.10 SW WACISSA              JEFFERSON                        11.14  
30.34  -84.00

MADISON                      MADISON                          11.00  
30.46  -83.42

8.3 NE MADISON               MADISON                          10.27  
30.55  -83.31

2.5 SE TELOGIA               LIBERTY                          10.06  
30.32  -84.79

ASHVILLE                     JEFFERSON                         9.39  
30.61  -83.65

0.6 SE PORT ST. JOE          GULF                              9.12  
29.80  -85.29

1 NW YELLOW JACKET           DIXIE                             9.09  
29.47  -83.01

TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL AIR     LEON                KTLH          8.94  
30.39  -84.35

CLYATTVILLE                  LOWNDES                           7.90  
30.69  -83.32

QUITMAN                      BROOKS                            6.71  
30.78  -83.56

VALDOSTA REGIONAL AIRPOR     LOWNDES             KVLD          4.99  
30.78  -83.28

BRISTOL                      LIBERTY                           4.70  
30.43  -84.97

BLOXHAM                      LEON                              4.54  
30.38  -84.63

REMARKS: 



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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WAKULLA...SIGNIFICANT INLAND FLOODING OCCURRED FROM VERY HEAVY
RAINFALL ON MONDAY JUNE 25. RAINFALL CAUSED NUMEROUS SMALL
CREEKS...STREAMS...AND RIVERS IN WAKULLA COUNTY TO RAPIDLY EXCEED
THEIR BANKS AND FLOOD ADJACENT COMMUNITIES.   THE SOPCHOPPY RIVER
CRESTED AT 36.8 FEET ON TUESDAY JUNE 26TH. THIS IS THE FLOOD OF
RECORD FOR THE SOPCHOPPY. NUMEROUS HOMES WERE IMPACTED BY FLOOD
WATERS...SOME UP TO THE SECOND STORY. TWO BRIDGES WERE DAMAGED BY
FLOOD WATERS. NUMEROUS ROADS AROUND THE COUNTY WERE WASHED OUT OR
CLOSED DURING THE PEAK OF THE STORM.   OVER 271 STRUCTURES WERE
IMPACTED BY FLOOD WATERS TO SOME DEGREE IN WAKULLA COUNTY. OF
THESE...21 MOBILE HOMES WERE DESTROYED...17 SINGLE FAMILY HOMES
DESTROYED...AND 2 RURAL HOMESITE BUILDINGS DESTROYED.  

LEON...SEVERAL ROADS IN THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF LEON COUNTY WERE
WASHED OUT OR CLOSED DUE TO FLOOD WATERS.   

FRANKLIN...SEVERAL ROADS ACROSS THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY
FLOODED DUE TO HEAVY RAINFALL. 

JEFFERSON...A FEW ROADS FLOODED DUE TO HEAVY RAINFALL ON MONDAY JUNE
26TH. MOST NOTABLE WAS HIGHWAY 27 WEST OF HIGHWAY 19 WAS CLOSED FOR
A BRIEF TIME DUE TO FLOODING. 

MADISON...WATER FROM A RETENTION POND SURROUNDED A RESIDENCE NEAR
THE CITY OF MADISON. 

DIXIE...SEVERAL ROADS NORTH OF CROSS CITY EXPERIENCED FLOODING.
RIVER FLOODING ALONG THE STEINHATCHEE RIVER IMPACTED AT LEAST 40
HOMES. 

LAFAYETTE...HIGHWAY 51 SOUTH FLOODED ON TUESDAY JUNE 27TH. THE
STEINHATCHEE RIVER NEARLY OVERTOPPED THE BRIDGE OVER HIGHWAY 51 IN
THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE COUNTY. 

LOWNDES...MINOR FLOODING REPORTED IN SOUTHERN LOWNDES COUNTY IN LAKE
PARK. 

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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      3.51   4.31  25/1924  UNKNOWN   

BAY            G PANAMA CITY       1.50   2.42  25/1506 MODERATE   

WAKULLA          SAINT MARKS       4.00   6.50  25/2200  UNKNOWN   

DIXIE            HORSESHOE BEACH   4.00   7.00  25/2200  UNKNOWN   


REMARKS: WAKULLA COUNTY EXPERIENCED MODERATE STORM SURGE FLOODING ON
JUNE 25TH AROUND THE TIME OF HIGH TIDE. SAINT MARKS HAD NUMEROUS
ROADS UNDERWATER WITH SEVERAL AREA BUSINESS AFFECTED BY HIGH WATER.
WATER LEVELS WERE ESTIMATED BETWEEN ONE TO ONE AND A HALF FOOT ABOVE
GROUND LEVEL. ADDITIONAL FLOODING OCCURRED NEAR PANACEA. US 98 WAS
OVERWASHED JUST NORTH OF THE TOWN. FRANKLIN COUNTY...MODERATE
FLOODING OCCURRED AROUND ALLIGATOR POINT WITH ALLIGATOR POINT ROAD
BEING SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED OR WASHED OUT IN A FEW PLACES. GULF
COUNTY...WATER LEVEL RISE AROUND HIGH TIDE FORCED THE CLOSURE AND
EVENTUAL WASHOUT OF INDIAN PASS ROAD. DIXIE COUNTY...MODERATE
FLOODING IN HORSESHOE BEACH TO SEVERAL HOMES NEAR THE COAST. ONE
REPORT WAS WATER ONE AND A HALF FOOT HIGH SURROUNDING SEVERAL
OUTBUILDINGS. 



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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WAKULLA              0                 0                     UNKN 

MANDATORY EVACUATIONS WERE ORDERED SOUTH OF US-98 AND AROUND THE
SOPCHOPPY RIVER. 17 WATER RESCUES - RESCUED 67 TOTAL PEOPLE. 

FRANKLIN             0                 0                     UNKN 

EVACUATIONS ORDERED FOR SAINT GEORGE ISLAND...ALLIGATOR POINT...AND
AREAS ALONG THE CARRABELLE RIVER. 9 PEOPLE HAD TO BE RESCUED BY U.S.
COAST GUARD ON DOG ISLAND WHEN THEY WERE TRAPPED IN A HOME DURING
THE STORM SURROUNDED BY WATER. 

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Legend:
I-Incomplete Data
E-Estimated

GODSEY  

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