National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce
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ACUS74 KLIX 261828
PSHLIX

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE BARRY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LA
128 PM CDT FRI JUL 26 2019

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 BARRY
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

LOUISIANA PARISHES INCLUDED...ASCENSION...ASSUMPTION...EAST BATON
ROUGE...EAST FELICIANA...IBERVILLE...JEFFERSON...LAFOURCHE...
LIVINGSTON...ORLEANS...PLAQUEMINES...POINT COUPEE...ST.
BERNARD...ST. CHARLES...ST. HELENA...ST. JAMES...ST. JOHN THE
BAPTIST...ST. TAMMANY...TANGIPAHOA...TERREBONNE...WEST BATON
ROUGE...WEST FELICIANA

MISSISSIPPI COUNTIES INCLUDED...AMITE...HANCOCK...HARRISON...
JACKSON...WILKINSON

UPDATE 7/17...UPDATED TO INCLUDE RAINFALL FROM FEDERAL AUTOMATED
GAUGES...NWS COOPERATIVE OBSERVER REPORTS AND COCORAHS REPORTS.

UPDATE 7/26...UPDATED TO INCLUDE PARISH/COUNTY-SPECIFIC IMPACTS
AND TO INDICATE SURVEY RESULTS IN TORNADO SECTION. ALSO ADDED DATA
TO SECTIONS A AND C AS AVAILABLE AND APPLICABLE FOR NON-NWS METAR
SITES KNBG...KHUM...KHDC AND KBIX...AND CORRECTED MINIMUM PRESSURE
TIMES FOR NWS ASOS SITES AS THEY HAD PREVIOUSLY BEEN LISTED IN LST
INSTEAD OF UTC.


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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KHUM-HOUMA TERREBONNE AIRPORT
29.57 -90.66                    160/034  13/0855   170/051 13/1047

KBVE-BOOTHVILLE
29.33 -89.40  1001.7  12/1123   180/032  13/0837   150/045 12/1727

KPQL-PASCAGOULA AIRPORT
30.46 -88.53  1007.8  12/1122   140/030  13/0742   140/044 13/0741

KMSY-NEW ORLEANS ARMSTRONG INTL AIRPORT
29.98 -90.25  1003.7  12/2137   150/033  13/0836   160/043 13/0834

KBTR-BATON ROUGE AIRPORT
30.54 -91.15  1003.4  13/1000   110/032  13/1728   110/043 13/1728

KNEW-NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT AIRPORT
30.04 -90.03  1003.7  12/2319   180/031  13/1938   180/041 13/1858

KGPT-GULFPORT AIRPORT
30.40 -89.07  1006.4  12/1132   110/030  12/1203   150/040 13/1022

KNBG-BELLE CHASSE NAS
29.84 -90.02  1003.3  12/2055   190/028  13/1520   170/039 13/1501

KASD-SLIDELL AIRPORT
30.35 -89.82  1005.8  12/2211   160/027  13/1629   150/038 13/0859

KBIX-KEESLER AFB BILOXI
30.41 -88.92  1007.4  12/0756   200/028  13/1049   200/037 13/1049

KHDC-HAMMOND AIRPORT
30.52 -90.42                    130/028  13/0915   170/034 14/1535

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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WXFLOW - DULAC
29.35 -90.73                    150/042  13/0739   150/059 13/0739
                              10.4M/1MIN

KXPY - PORT FOURCHON HELIPORT
29.12 -90.20                    1220/033 12/1815   150/054 13/0035
                                30M/2MIN

WXFLOW - BAYOU BIENVENUE
30.00 -89.90                    090/038  12/1251   090/047 12/1251
                              27.4M/1MIN

PILL1 - PLOTTOWN
29.18 -89.26  1000.9  12/1030   180/037  12/1524   180/046 12/1518
                               9.5/2MIN

WXFLOW - MANDEVILLE
30.36 -90.09  1003.6  12/2145   150/034  13/0945   140/044 13/0940
                              10.4M/1MIN

WXFLOW - GULFPORT
30.36 -89.11  1004.4  12/1120   170/031  13/1020   170/043 13/1020
                              10.4M/1MIN

WXFLOW - NEW ORLEANS LAKEFRONT
30.04 -90.02                    070/028  12/0507   180/042 14/1612
                              10.4M/1MIN

FREL1 - FRENIER LANDING
30.11 -90.42  1003.1  12/2118   090/030  13/0154   140/039 13/0854
                              10.4M/1MIN

WXFLOW - WAGGAMAN
29.94 -90.23                    140/025  13/0834   140/038 13/0834
                              10.4M/1MIN


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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KMDJ-MS CANYON 311A
28.64 -89.79                    170/066  12/1715   170/078 12/2135
                              90M/2MIN

SPLL1-SOUTH PELTO BLOCK
28.87 -90.48                    170/059  13/0300   170/069 13/0300
                              10M/2MIN

BURL1-NOAA C-MAN SW PASS
28.90 -89.43  1005.1  12/0900   150/050  12/1510   160/060 12/1925
                             38M/10MIN

LOPL1-LOUISIANA OFFSHORE OIL PORT
28.89 -90.03   997.1  12/2242   160/051  12/2142   160/059 12/2142
                            57.9M/2MIN

PSTL1-PILOTS STAT E
28.93 -89.41  1001.1  12/1018   180/045  12/2242   150/057 12/1454
                            20.3M/2MIN

WXFLOW-EAST BAY TOWER
29.06 -89.30                    160/043  12/1504   160/056 12/1434
                            15.2M/1MIN

KMIS-MP 140B
29.30 -88.84                    200/044  13/0935   200/054 13/0935
                              85M/2MIN

WXFLOW-MIDLAKE
30.20 -90.12  1004.1  12/2249   110/035  13/0429   180/045 13/1614
                            12.5M/1MIN

GISL1-NOAA C-MAN GRAND ISLE
29.26 -89.96  999.3   12/2306   050/028  12/0306   120/045 12/2312
                             6.6M/2MIN

KVKY-MAIN PASS 289C
29.25 -88.44                    1220/039 12/0055   180/043 12/2335
                             115M/2MIN

SHBL1-SHELL BEACH NOAA NOS
29.87 -89.67  1003.9  12/1130   122/035  12/1424   110/041 12/1230
                            15.6M/2MIN

WXFLOW-SHIP ISLAND
30.23 -88.98  1004.9  12/1111   130/034  12/1201   153/040 13/0701
                            11.9M/1MIN

NWCL1-NEW CANAL -NOAA NOS
30.03 -90.11  1003.0  12/1300   070/031  12/1306   080/039 12/0812
                             9.9M/2MIN

WYCM6-BAY WAVELAND YACHT CLUB
30.33 -89.33  1006.5  12/1118   110/029  12/2142   120/037 12/1442
                             9.9M/2MIN

REMARKS:


C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC JUL 11 UNTIL 1200 UTC JUL 16
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)
DEG DECIMAL
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DENHAM SPRINGS 4.1 NE        LIVINGSTON          LA-LV-4       8.83
30.52  -90.91

MONTICELLO 3 ENE             EAST BATON ROUGE    LA-EB-19      7.84
30.51  -91.00

BATON ROUBE - CLAYCUT BAYOU  EAST BATON ROUGE    CBAL1         7.39
30.39  -91.01

PORT ALLEN                   WEST BATON ROUGE    PTAL1         7.36
30.45  -91.22

CARVILLE                     IBERVILLE           CRVL1         6.74
30.20  -91.13

SHENANDOAH 1.5 S             EAST BATON ROUGE    LA-EB-63      6.73
30.38  -91.00

CENTRAL 2.2 SE               EAST BATON ROUGE    LA-EB-31      6.53
30.54  -91.00

LACOMBE 1.4 N                ST. TAMMANY         LA-ST-8       6.46
30.33  -89.93

DENHAM SPRINGS               LIVINGSTON          DENL1         6.14
30.46  -90.99

SLIDELL                      ST. TAMMANY         SISL1         6.10
30.27  -89.77

BIG BRANCH NWR               ST. TAMMANY         BBNL1         5.89
30.32  -89.94

BATON ROUGE - WARD CREEK     EAST BATON ROUGE    WCEL1         5.80
30.40  -91.10

BATON ROUGE - SHERWOOD       EAST BATON ROUGE    BRSL1         5.79
30.44  -91.04

NEW ROADS                    POINTE COUPEE       NWRL1         5.61
30.73  -91.37

BAYOU MANCHAC ALLICATOR B    ASCENSION           ABKL1         5.54
30.32  -91.02

GREENWELL SPRING             EAST BATON ROUGE    PRCL1         5.15
30.64  -91.01

JACKSON 10.1 SSW             EAST BATON ROUGE    LA-EB-56      4.97
30.69  -91.26

NORWOOD                      EAST FELICIANA      NWDL1         4.84
30.97  -91.10

SANDY CREEK NEAR PRIDE       EAST BATON ROUGE    PRIL1         4.82
30.67  -90.06

KILN 3.3 N                   HANCOCK             MS-HC-9       4.82
30.46  -89.43

WAVELAND 1.0 NW              HANCOCK             MS-HC-18      4.75
30.30  -89.40

PEARL RIVER 6NNW             ST. TAMMANY         PRUL1         4.75
30.46  -89.78

BILOXI 13.1 NNW              HARRISON            MS-HR-34      4.74
30.57  -89.05

BROWNFIELDS 4.0 E            EAST BATON ROUGE    LA-EB-23      4.65
30.55  -91.05

OCEAN SPRINGS 3.3 E          JACKSON             MS-JC-2       4.60
30.41  -88.75

GEISMAR                      ASCENSION           DCHL1         4.59
30.25  -90.99

RED RIVER LANDING            POINTE COUPEE       RRLL1         4.58
30.96  -91.66

GRANGEVILLE                  ST. HELENA          GVLL1         4.43
300.74  -90.84

BATON ROUGE RYAN FIELD       EAST BATON ROUGE    KBTR          4.39
30.53  -91.15

ASHWOOD 5.7 SW               WEST FELICIANA      LA-WF-5       4.25
30.98  -91.36

BAKER 4E                     EAST BATON ROUGE    BAKL1         4.08
30.60  -91.09

CLINTON 0.8 ESE              EAST FELICIANA      LA-EF-5       4.02
30.85  -91.01

WAKEFIELD 0.9 WNW            WEST FELICIANA      LA-WF-4       4.02
30.89  -91.36

PLAQUEMINE                   IBERVILLE           PQML1         3.97
30.32  -91.22

GALLIANO                     LAFOURCHE           GALL1         3.89
29.46  -90.31

SLIDELL AIRPORT              ST. TAMMANY         KASD          3.86
30.35  -89.82

SORRENTO 4 E                 ASCENSION           NRSL1         3.80
30.19  -90.79

BUSH 1 NNE                   ST. TAMMANY         BSHL1         3.78
30.63  -89.90

PASCAGOULA TRENT LOTT AIRPO  JACKSON             KPQL          3.77
30.46  -88.53

PRAIRIEVILLE 2 S             ASCENSION           LA-AS-19      3.69
30.28  -90.93

DONALDSONVILLE               ASSUMPTION          DVLL1         3.66
30.07  -91.03

GAUTIER 4.9 N                JACKSON             MS-JC-22      3.65
30.46  -88.65

TALISHEEK                    ST. TAMMANY         TALL1         3.57
30.52  -89.87

GLOSTER                      AMITE               GLOM6         3.56
31.17  -91.03

FRENCH SETTLEMENT            LIVINGSTON          FSLL1         3.47
30.28  -90.78

MOSS POINT 8.0 SE            JACKSON             GDXM6         3.36
30.36  -88.42

OCEAN SPRINGS                JACKSON             OCSM6         3.33
30.41  -88.79

RIGOLETS NR LAKE PONTCHARTR  ORLEANS             RIGL1         3.23
30.16  -89.74

THIBODAUX 7.8 NNE            LAFOURCHE           LA-LF-4       3.21
29.90  -90.78

LIBERTY 6.4 ENE              AMITE               MS-AM-1       3.17
31.20  -90.70

GRAMERCY 0.4 NW              ST. JAMES           LA-SJ-2       3.09
30.06  -90.70

KENTWOOD 1 NNE               TANGIPAHOA          LPOL1         3.07
30.93  -90.67

LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN LAKEFRON  ORLEANS             PLAL1         3.06
30.05  -90.03

PASS CHRISTIAN 3.5 NE        HARRISON            MS-HR-10      3.04
30.36  -89.21

ST BERNARD 2.7 E             ST. BERNARD         LA-SB-2       2.96
29.87  -89.81

MCCOMB AIRPORT               PIKE                KMCB          2.83
31.18  -90.47

WOODMERE WEST CLOSURE        JEFFERSON           WCCL1         2.81
29.82  -90.07

DULAC                        TERREBONNE          DLCL1         2.75
29.44  -90.70

BELLE CHASSE NAS             PLAQUEMINES         KNBG          2.36
29.84  -90.02

WOODVILLE                    WILKINSON           WOOM6         1.35
31.23  -91.30


REMARKS:
DATA SOURCES INCLUDE AUTOMATED GAUGES OWNED BY FEDERAL AGENCIES AS
WELL AS NWS COOPERATIVE REPORTS AND COCORAHS REPORTS. A SAMPLE OF
REPRESENTATIVE RAINFALL TOTALS OVER 3 INCHES IS INCLUDED. TOTALS LESS
THAN 3 INCHES ARE ONLY INCLUDED IF THE SITE REPRSENTS THE HIGHEST
RAINFALL TOTAL IN THE PARISH/COUNTY THUS FAR.


D. INLAND FLOODING...
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NO SIGNIFICANT INLAND FLOODING



E. MAXIMUM OBSERVED WATER LEVEL (WL)...
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ID     CITY/TOWN       COUNTY     STATE  WL  DATUM  DATE/   SOURCE
       OR LOCATION                      (FT)        TIME
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CAILLOU LAKE NR DULAC  TERREBONNE   LA  9.11 NAVD88 13/1330 USGS
29.249  -90.921

CAILLOU BAY COCODRIE   TERREBONNE   LA  6.55 NAVD88 13/1115 USGS
29.078  -90.871

HACKBERRY B GRAND ISLE JEFFERSON    LA  5.67 NAVD88 13/1115 USGS
29.340  -90.041

BLACK BAY PT A LA HACH PLAQUEMINES  LA  5.56 NAVD88 12/1300 USGS
29.633  -89.564

LITTLE LAKE NR CUTOFF  LAFOURCHE    LA  5.35 NAVD88 13/0515 USGS
29.518  -90.181

BAYOU LIBERTY SLIDELL  ST. TAMMANY  LA  4.57 NAVD88 13/1745 USGS
30.301  -89.810

BCFL1  BONNET CARRE SP ST. CHARLES  LA  4.31 MHHW   13/0106 NOS
30.068  -90.390

DELACROIX              ST. BERNARD  LA  4.23 NAVD88 12/1745 USGS
29.708  -89.719

MANDEVILLE             ST. TAMMANY  LA  4.04 NAVD88 13/1630 USGS
30.200 -90.123

RIGOLETS NEAR SLIDELL  ST. TAMMANY  LA  4.00 NAVD88 13/1700 USGS
30.167  -89.741

SHBL1  SHELL BEACH     ST. BERNARD  LA  3.19 MHHW   12/1506 NOS
29.868  -89.673

NWCL1  NEW CANAL       ORLEANS      LA  3.12 MHHW   13/1818 NOS
30.027  -90.113

WYCM6  WAVELAND        HANCOCK      MS  2.98 MHHW   13/1100 NOS
30.325  -89.325

PILL1  PILOTTOWN       PLAQUEMINES  LA  2.48 MHHW   12/1342 NOS
29.178  -89.258

GIWW NEAR LAROSE       LAFOURCHE    LA  2.37 NAVD88 14/0445 USGS
29.577  -90.381

PNLM6  PASCAGOULA NOAA JACKSON      MS  2.40 MHHW   13/1212 NOS
30.368  -88.563

PSTL1  PILOTS STATION  PLAQUEMINES  LA  2.22 MHHW   12/1248 NOS
28.932  -89.408

PTFL1  PORT FOURCHON   LAFOURCHE    LA  2.07 MHHW   13/0706 NOS
29.114  -90.199

GISL1  GRAND ISLE      JEFFERSON    LA  1.99 MHHW   12/1754 NOS
29.263  -89.957

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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NWS RECEIVED REPORTS OF FUNNEL CLOUDS AND LIGHT DAMAGE THROUGH
PORTIONS OF EAST BATON ROUGE AND LIVINGSTON COUNTIES ON SUNDAY 7/14.
NWS SURVEY CONDUCTED ON MONDAY 7/15 WAS UNABLE TO FIND ANY DAMAGE
INDICATIVE OF A TORNADO PATH.


G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS
DESCRIPTION
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ASCENSION           0                 0                  APPROX 10
FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS AND SOME SUSTAINED TROPICAL
STORM FORCE WINDS LED TO MINOR WIND DAMAGE PRIMARILY TO TREES. TREE
LIMBS AND BRANGES WERE SNAPPED WITH MINOR POWER OUTAGES REPORTED. THE
EOC IN GONZALES REPORTED ABOUT AN HOUR OF SUSTAINED TROPICAL STORM
FORCE WINDS WITH GUSTS TO 41 KTS/47 MPH. RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH
WAS GENERALLY 2 TO 5 INCHES WITH A MAXIMUM TOTAL OF 5.54 INCHES
REPORTED AT SITE ABKL1. ONE SHELTER WAS OPENED IN THE PARISH WITH A
MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY OF 8 PEOPLE.

ASSUMPTION          0                 0                      0
FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS LED TO MAINLY MINOR DAMAGE
TO APPROXIMATELY 25 HOUSES AND MOBILE HOMES. A FEW SUFFERED MODERATE
DAMAGE DUE TO FALLING TREES OR LARGE LIMBS. 75 PERCENT OF THE PARISH
WAS WITHOUT ELECTRICAL POWER DURING THE PEAK OF THE STORM. THE EOC
IN NAPOLEONVILLE RECORDED A MAXIMUM WIND GUST OF 55 MPH/48 KTS. STORM
TOTAL RAINFALL ESTIMATES ACROSS THE PARISH VARIED FROM 3 TO 4 INCHES
ACROSS THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE PARISH TO HIGHER THAN 8 INCHES ACROSS
THE EXTREME WESTERN SIDE OF THE PARISH.

EAST BATON ROUGE    0                 0                      0
FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS RESULTED IN MINOR TO
MODERATE TREE DAMAGE WITH NUMEROUS LARGE LIMBS AND A FEW TREES
DOWNED. MINOR POWER OUTAGES WERE REPORTED WITH A PEAK OUTAGE OF LESS
THAN 10 PERCENT OF THE PARISH. ADDITIONALLY...LOCALIZED STREET
FLOODING WAS REPORTED ON 7/14 DURING PERIODS OF HEAVY RAINFALL. THE
BATON ROUGE AIRPORT ASOS REPORTED A MAXIMUM WIND GUST OF 49 MPH
AROUND MIDDAY ON 7/13. RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH GENERALLY RANGED
FROM 3 TO 5 INCHES WITH A NARROW BAND OF 6 TO 8 INCH TOTALS ACROSS
THE FAR EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE PARISH. THE HIGHEST REPORTED
RAINFALL WAS 7.84 INCHES NEAR MONTICELLO AT COCORAHS SITE LA-EB-19.

EAST FELICIANA      0                 0                      0
PORTIONS OF THE PARISH LIKELY SAW OCCASIONAL TROPICAL STORM FORCE
WIND GUSTS, BUT NO SIGNIFCANT IMPACTS HAVE BEEN REPORTED. STORM
TOTAL RAIN IS ESTIMATED AT 2 TO 5 INCHES ACROSS THE PARISH WITH
HIGHEST TOTALS GENERALLY IN THE SOUTHEASTERN PART OF THE PARISH. THE
HIGHEST REPORTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL WAS 4.84 INCHES NEAR NORWOOD
AT SITE NWDL1.

IBERVILLE           0                 0                      0
FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS RESULTED IN MINOR DAMAGE TO
MOBILE HOMES AND OTHER LIGHT WEIGHT STRUCTURS. DAMAGE MAINLY
CONSISTED OF SHINGLES BLOWN OFF, PORCH ROOF DAMAGE, ETC. A FEW TREES
AND LARGE BRANCHES WERE ALSO DOWNED, AND IT IS ESTIMATED 30 PERCENT
OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER AT THE PEAK OF THE STORM. BEST
ESTIMATE RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH RANGED FROM 3 TO 8 INCHES WITH
THE HIGHEST TOTALS IN THE FAR EASTERN PORTION OF THE PARISH NEAR THE
ASCENSION PARISH LINE. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED RAINFALL WAS 6.74 INCHES
NEAR CARVILLE AT SITE CRVL1.

JEFFERSON           0                 0                   UNKNOWN
STORM SURGE RESULTED IN FLOODING OF SOME AREAS OUTSIDE THE HURRICANE
RISK REDUCTION LEVEES WITH MAIN IMPACTS IN LAFITTE AND GRAND ISLE.
GRAND ISLE ACCESS WAS CUTOFF BY STORM SURGE FLOODING ON LA HWY 1 IN
SOUTH LAFOURCHE PARISH. FLOODING OF ROADWAYS IN LAFITTE WAS 3 FT OR
LESS. MOST HOMES IN THE AREA ARE ELEVATED AND NO HOMES WERE REPROTED
FLOODED. MANDATORY EVACUATIONS WERE ORDERED FOR THE GRAND ISLE AND
LAFITTE AREAS.

LAFOURCHE           0                 0                  APPROX 20
STORM SURGE FLOODED AREAS SOUTH OF THE GOLDEN MEADOW FLOOD GATES. LA
HWY 1 WAS INUNDATED WITH 2 TO 3 FEET OF WATER AND WAS CLOSED FOR
AROUND 2 DAYS. TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS KNOCKED OUT POWER TO ABOUT
25 PERCENT OF THE PARISH DURING THE PEAK OF THE STORM. STORM TOTAL
RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH IS ESTIMATED TO BE GENERALLY IN THE 2 TO 4
INCH RANGE. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED TOTAL WAS 3.89 INCHES NEAR GALLIANO
AT SITE GALL1.

LIVINGSTON          0                 0                      0
STORM SURGE RESULTED IN MINOR FLOODING ALONG SEVERAL ROADS IN
SOUTHERN LIVINGSTON PARISH NEAR LAKE MAUREPAS. ADDITIONAL STREET
FLOODING WAS REPORTED ON 7/14 IN THE DENHAM SPRINGS AREA DUE TO
HEAVY RAINFALL. STRONG WINDS ALSO ALSO DOWNED IN DENHAM SPRINGS. THE
TREE CAUSED MINOR ROOF DAMAGE TO A VACANT HOME. RAINFALL TOTALS
VARIED SIGNIFICANLY ACROSS THE PARISH WITH THE NORTHEAST PORTION OF
THE PARISH SEEING AS LITTLE AS TWO INCHES AND THE NORTHWEST PORTION
OF THE PARISH RECEIVING 8 INCHES OR MORE. THE HIGHEST REPORTED TOTAL
WAS 8.83 INCHES NEAR DENHAM SPRINGS AT COCORAHS SITE LA-LV-4.

ORLEANS             0                 0                   UNKNOWN
STORM SURGE RESULTED IN MINOR FLOODING OUTSIDE THE HURRICANE RISK
REDUCTION LEVEES ALONG US 90 AND IRISH BAYOU BEGINNING 7/11. MAXIMUM
DEPTH ON THOSE ROADWAYS WAS ONE FOOT OR LESS. STORM SURGE FLOODING
ABATED ON 7/14. VOLUNTARY EVACUATION ORDERS WERE ISSUED FOR AREAS
OUTSIDE THE HSDRRS IN FAR EAST NEW ORLEANS, WITH ONE SHELTER OPENED
FOR HOMELESS AND VULNERABLE POPULATIONS DURING THE EVENT. THE NEW
CANAL TIDE GAUGE ON THE OLREANS PARISH LAKEFONT REPORTED A MAXIMUM
WATER LEVEL OF 3.12 FT MHHW. OCASSIONAL TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS
AND STORM TOTAL RAINFALL OF 1-3 INCHES WERE REPORTED ACROSS THE
PARISH.

PLAQUEMINES         0                 0                 AT LEAST 800
STORM SURGE FLOODING TO AREAS OUTSIDE THE HURRICANE RISK REDUCTION
LEVEES. PEAK STORM SURGE OF AROUND 5 FT OVERTOPPED A LOCAL BACK LEVEE
NEAR MYRTLE GROVE DURING THE EARLY MORNING HOURS OF 7/13. ONE
SECONDARY ROAD AND SEVERAL LIFT STATIONS WERE DAMAGED BY THE
FLOODING. LA HWY 23 WAS COVERED BY SEVERALINCHES OF WATER, BUT WAS
NOT SHUT DOWN. EVACUATIONS WERE ORDERED FORAREAS OUTSIDE THE HSDRRS
WITH ONE NURSING HOME EVACUATED (110 RESIDENTS) AND 600 PRISONERS
EVACATED FROM THE DAVANT DETENTION CENTER. ONE PARISH SHELTER WAS
OPENED WITH A PEAK OCCUPANCY OF 106 RESIDENTS AND 21 PETS.
OCCASIONAL TO FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS WERE OBSERVED
THROUGHOUT THE PARISH. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH RANGED
FROM LESS THAN AN INCH TO AROUND 2.5 INCHES WITH THE HIGHEST
OBSERVED TOTAL BEING 2.36 INCHES AT SITE KNBG.

POINTE COUPEE       0                 0                      0
TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS DOWNED LARGE TREE BRANCHES AND A FEW
TREES.
ABOUT 12 PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER DURING THE PEAK OF
THE STORM. HEAVY RAINFALL IN THE EXTREME NORTHERN PART OF THE PARISH
LED TO FLOODING OF SECDARY ROADWAYS AND MINOR FLOODING OF A FEW HOMES
AND OTHER BUILDINGS ON THE MORNING OF 7/15. THERE ARE NO RAINFALL
OBSERVATIONS IN THAT AREA, BUT STORM TOTAL RADAR ESTIMATES ARE IN THE
10 TO 15 INCH RANGE THERE WITH MOST FALLING ON THE 15TH. OUTSIDE THE
EXTREME NORTHERN PART OF THE PARISH MOST PLACES LIKELY RECEIVED 3 TO
6 INCHES OF RAIN FROM THE STORM, WITH THE HIGHEST REPORTED TOTAL
BEING 5.61 INCHES IN NEW ROADS AT SITE NWRL1.

ST. BERNARD         0                 0                   UNKNOWN
MINOR STORM SURGE FLOODING OF AREAS OUTSIDE THE HSDRRS. LA HWY 46 AND
LA HWY 300 WERE BOTH FLOODED WITH 6 TO 12 INCHES OF WATER. THE NOS
TIDE GAUGE AT SHELL BEACH REPORTED A MAXIMUM WATER LEVEL OF 3.19
FEET MHHW.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH IS GENERALLY ESTIMATED TO BE
IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE EXCEPT FOR EXTREME EASTERN PARTS OF THE
PARISH WHERE LOWER TOTALS ARE LIKELY. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED RAINFALL
TOTAL IS 2.96 INCHES NEAR ST. BERNARD AT COCORAHS SITE LA-SB-2.

ST. CHARLES       0                  0                       0
SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN BY TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS. FALLING
TREES DAMAGED ONE MOBILE HOME AND ONE HOUSE, AND CAUSED A FEW ROADS
TO BE CLOSED. WATER LEVELS ON THE WEST BANK ROSE ABOUT 1.5 FT HIGHER
THAN NORMAL DUE TO STORM SURGE, WITH NO IMPACT TO ROADS OR HOMES. ON
THE EAST BANK, THE TIDE GAUGE AT THE BONNET CARRE SPILLWAY REPORTED A
MAXIMUM WATER LEVEL OF 4.31 FT MHHW, BUT WATER WAS ALREADY SOMEWHAT
ELEVATED IN THIS AREA BECAUSE OF ONGOING OPERATION OF THE SPILLWAY.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IN THE PARISH IS GENERALLY ESTIMATED IN THE 2 TO
4 INCH RANGE.

ST. HELENA       0                   0                        0
NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS REPORTED. ESTIMATED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
RANGED FROM AROUND 2 INCHES IN THE SOUTHEAST PORTION OF THE PARISH
TO 4 TO 5 INCHES IN A SWATH ALONG THE WESTERN EDGE OF THE PARISH.
THE HIGHEST REPORTED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL WAS 4.43 INCHES NEAR
GRANGEVILLE AT SITE GVLL1.

ST. JAMES
TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS, MAINLY IN GUSTS, DOWNED SEVERAL TREES AND
LARGE BRANCHES ACROSS THE PARISH. AT THE PEAK OF THE STORM AROUND 10
PERCENT OF THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS
THE PARISH IS GENERALLY ESTIMATED TO BE IN THE 3 TO 5 INCH RANGE.

ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST
STORM SURGE CAUSED MINOR FLOODING ALONG THE LAKEFRONT AREA OF THE
PARISH MAINLY NEAR FRENIER AND PEAVINE. OLD US HWY 51 WAS CLOSED DUE
TO FLOODING IN THE RUDDOCK AREA. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE
PARISH IS GENERALLY ESTIMATED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE.

ST. TAMMANY        0                  0                      0
STORM SURGE RESULTED IN MINOR FLOODING OF LOW LYING ROADWAYS NEAR
LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN IN MADISONVILLE, MANDEVILLE, AS WELL AS SEVERAL
SUBDIVISIONS IN SLIDELL. THE USGS TIDE GAUGE ON BAYOU LIBERTY NEAR
SLIDELL REPORTED A PEAK WATER LEVEL OF 4.57 FT NAVD88, WHICH WAS
APPROXIMATLY 3.5 FEET HIGHER THAN ITS PRE-STORM READINGS. OCCASIONAL
TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS WERE REPORTED THROUGHOUT THE PARISH,
CAUSING VERY MINOR TREE DAMAGE WITH A FEW LARGE BRANCHES BLOWN DOWN.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH WAS GENERALLY IN THE 3 TO 6
INCH RANGE, WITH A FEW LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS IN A SWATH FROM
LACOMBE TO TALISHEEK. THE HIGHEST RECORDED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IN
THE PARISH WAS 6.46 INCHES NEAR LACOMBE AT COCORAHS SITE LA-ST.8.

TANGIPAHOA         0                  0                      0
OCCASIONAL TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS WERE REPORTED ACROSS THE
LOWER PORTION OF THE PARISH WITH NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS REPROTED.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ESTIMATES RANGED FROM 1 TO 2 INCHES ACROSS THE
NORTHERN END OF THE PARISH TO 3 TO 5 INCHES ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN
END OF THE PARISH. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 3.07
INCHES NEAR KENTWOOD AT SITE LPOL1.

TERREBONNE         0                  0                  AT LEAST 20
STORM SURGE FLOODING OF 3 TO 6 FEET AGL WAS REPORTED IN SOUTHERN
TERREBONNE PARISH. THE STORM SURGE RESULTED IN WIDESPREAD FLOODING OF
ROADWAYS IN AREAS OUTSIDE THE LOCAL LEVEE SYSTEM WITH WATER DEPTHS OF
GREATER THAN 3 FT. THE LOWER DULARGE EAST LEVEE SYSTEM WAS OVERTOPPED
RESULTING IN A FEW HOMES FLOODING. 10-15 RESIDENTS OF ILSE DE JEAN ST
CHARLES HAD TO BE RESCUED FROM HIGH WATER ON THE MORNING OF 7/13.
TROPICAL STORM FORCE WINDS RESULTED IN MODERATE TREE DAMAGE
THROUGHOUT THE PARISH WITH SOME TREES UPROTTED AND OTHER WEAKER
TREES SNAPPED. AT THE PEAK OF THE STORM APPROXIMATELY 50 PERCENT OF
THE PARISH WAS WITHOUT POWER. THE EOC IN GRAY REPORTED A MAXIMUM
WIND GUST OF 60 MPH.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS MOST OF THE PARISH IS ESTIMATED IN THE 2
TO 3 INCH RANGE. THE MAXIMUM OBSERVED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL WAS 2.75
INCHES NEAR DULAC AT SITE DLCL1.

WEST BATON ROUGE   0                  0                      0
FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS RESULTED IN MINOR TO
MODERATE TREE DAMAGE WITH MULTIPLE TREES TOPPLED AND SEVERAL ROADS
CLOSED DUE TO FALLEN TREES. MINOR POWER OUTAGES WERE REPORTED ACROSS
THE PARISH.
STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ESTIMATES VARIED FROM 2 TO 3 INCHES ACROSS THE
FAR WESTERN PART OF THE PARISH TO 5 TO 8 INCHES ACROSS THE FAR
EASTERN PART OF THE PARISH. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED TOTAL WAS 7.36
INCHES NEAR PORT ALLEN AT SITE PTAL1.

WEST FELICIANA     0                  0                      0
FREQUENT TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS RESULTED IN MINOR TO
MODERATE TREE DAMAGE WITH LARGE LIMBS AND A FEW TREES BLOWN DOWN.
POWER OUTAGES ACROSS THE PARISH PEAKED AROUND 15 PERCENT AT THE
HEIGHT OF THE STORM. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE PARISH WAS
GENERALLY IN THE 3 TO 5 INCH RANGE WITH A MAXIMUM OBSERVED TOTAL OF
4.25 INCHES NEAR ASHWOOD AT COCORAHS SITE LA-WF-5.

AMITE              0                  0                      0
NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS REPORTED. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ACROSS THE
COUNTY IS ESTIMATED IN THE 3 TO 5 INCH RANGE. THE HIGHEST STORM
TOTAL RAINFALL RECORDED WAS 3.56 INCHES NEAR GLOSTER AT SITE GLOM6.

HANCOCK            0                  0                      0
STORM SURGE LED TO MINOR FLOODING OF LOW LYING AREAS NEAR THE COAST
JULY 12 THROUGH JULY 14. THE FLOODING MAINLY AFFECTED SECONDARY ROADS
AND STREETS IN THE BAY SAINT LOUIS, SHORELINE PARK AND DIAMONDHEAD
AREAS. THE NOS TIDE GAUGE AT WAVELAND REPORTED A MAXIMUM WATER LEVEL
OF 2.98 FT MHHW. OCCASIONAL TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS WERE RECORDED
MAINLY ACROSS THE SOUTHERN END OF THE COUNTY. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL
IS ESTIMATED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE ACROSS MOST OF THE COUNTY WITH
A SWATH OF HIGHER AMOUNTS ACROSS THE FAR EASTERN PART OF THE COUNTY.
THE HIGHEST RECORDED STORM TOTAL RAINFALL WAS 4.82 INCHES NEAR KILN
AT COCORAHS SITE MS-HC-9.

HARRISON            0                  0                      0
STORM SURGE LED TO AROUND A 3 FT RISE IN WATER LEVELS ALONG THE OPEN
COAST AND WITHIN BILOXI BAY, RESULTING IN MINOR FLOODING OF BEACH
AREAS. NO IMPACTS TO ROADWAYS OR HOMES/BUSINESSES HAS BEEN REPORTED.
OCCASIONAL TROPICAL STORM FORCE GUSTS WERE OBSERVED IN COASTAL PARTS
OF THE COUNTY. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL ESTIMATES ARE GENERALLY IN THE
2 TO 4 INCH RANGE ACROSS THE COUNTY, WITH A SMALL AREA OF HIGHER
TOTALS IN THE FAR SOUTHEAST PART OF THE COUNTY. THE HIGHEST OBSERVED
TOTAL WAS 4.74 INCHES NEAR BILOXI AT COCORAHS SITE MS-HR-34.

JACKSON              0                  0                      0
STORM SURGE CAUSED WATER LEVELS TO RISE APPROXIMATELY 2 FT ALONG THE
OPEN COAST, RESULTING IN MINOR FLOODING OF BEACH BLVD IN PASCAGOULA.
THE NOS TIDE GAUGE IN PASCAGOULA REPORTED A MAXIMUM WATER LEVEL OF
2.40 MHHW. OCCASIONAL TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS WERE REPORTED
ACROSS MAINLY COASTAL AREAS OF THE COUNTY WITH A MAXIMUM WIND GUST
OF 51 MPH/44 KTS AT THE PASCAGOULA ASOS. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL IS
ESTIMATED IN THE 2 TO 4 INCH RANGE ACORSS MOST OF THE COUNTY, WITH A
SMALL AREA OF HIGHER TOTALS IN THE FAR SOUTHWEST PART OF THE COUNTY.
THE HIGHEST RECORDED RAINFALL TOTAL WAS 4.6 INCHES NEAR OCEAN SPRINGS
AT COCORAHS SITE MS-JC-2.

WILKINSON            0                  0                      0
TROPICAL STORM FORCE WIND GUSTS LIKLY OCCURRED ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE
COUNTY, BUT NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS HAVE BEEN REPORTED. STORM TOTAL
RAINFALL IS GENERALLY ESTIMATED AT 3 TO 6 INCHES ACROSS THE COUNTY.

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