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Tropical Storm Tammy formed during the morning hours of October 5th about 20 miles south-southeast of Jacksonville, FL. Tammy then moved to the north-northwest paralleling the northeast Florida coast and made landfall near Mayport, FL just before 8 PM EDT that evening. The storm weakened to a tropical depression on the morning of October 6 as it moved across Georgia. The strongest winds were well north of the center for the entire duration of the tropical storm. Tropical storm warnings were issued early on the 5th from Cocoa Beach, FL nroth to the South Santeed River in South Carolina. All tropical storm warnings were dropped during the late morning hours of the 6th.


Visible/Infrared Satellite

Visible satellite image of Hurricane Ophelia as it was passing the area. Track of Hurricane Ophelia

Damage Reports


Damage reports across southern South Carolina from Tropical Storm Tammy Damage reports across southeast GA from Tropical Storm Tammy



Peak wind gusts from Hurricane Ophelia



Peak wind gusts from Hurricane Ophelia