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Overview

Tropical Storm Isaias impacted the mid-Atlantic on 4 August 2020. The storm made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane in southern North Carolina late on 3 August. It then began to accelerate northward while remaining inland of the Atlantic coast. As it did so, it began to interact with an unseasonably deep trough over the east-central United States, with the trough capturing Isaias and causing its forward speed to increase significantly as it moved north. As this happened, an upper level jet streak to the north of the storm rapidly strengthened. While land interaction began to slowly weaken Isaias, the onset of baroclinic processes associated with extratropical transition in this highly dynamic environment allowed the storm to maintain much of its intensity into the mid-Atlantic. As the storm’s structure evolved, the strongest winds were maintained on the east side of the storm. Numerous wind gusts to strong tropical storm force were measured especially in New Jersey, Delaware, and eastern Maryland, with a few hurricane force gusts reported. In addition, several tornadoes occurred along and east of the storm track. Meanwhile, west of the storm’s center, very heavy rainfall occurred, with the greatest amounts over eastern Maryland, southeast Pennsylvania, and the Lehigh Valley region. Widespread rainfall totals of 4 to 7 inches were reported with a few amounts in excess of 7 to 8 inches. This led to both severe flash flooding as well as significant river flooding. Widespread minor to moderate river flooding occurred with a few rivers reaching major flood stage. A couple of sites, including the Little Lehigh Creek at Allentown and the Perkiomen Creek at Graterford, reached their highest levels on record. Finally, some minor to locally moderate tidal flooding occurred especially in Delaware Bay and the tidal Delaware River in association with storm surge caused by Isaias. Isaias rapidly departed the region during the afternoon of 4 August, though residual river flooding continued especially in eastern Pennsylvania.

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Composite radar loop of Tropical Storm Isaias as seen from KIDX radar on 4 August 2020.

Meteorological Environment/Setup

Synoptic Overview at 12z 4 August 2020 (courtesy of SPC)

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Figure 1: 250-mb analysis Figure 2: 300-mb analysis Figure 3: 500-mb analysis
 
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Figure 4: 700-mb analysis Figure 5: 850-mb analysis Figure 6: 925-mb analysis

Synoptic Overview at 00z 5 August 2020 (courtesy of SPC)

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Figure 7: 250-mb analysis Figure 8: 300-mb analysis Figure 9: 500-mb analysis
 
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Figure 10: 700-mb analysis Figure 11: 850-mb analysis Figure 12: 925-mb analysis
 

Surface Maps (courtesy of WPC)

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Figure 13: 09z surface map Figure 14: 12z surface map Figure 15: 15z surface map
 
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Figure 16: 18z surface map Figure 17: 21z surface map Figure 18: 00z surface map

Observed Soundings
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Figure 19: 12z Wallops Island, VA sounding Figure 20: 12z Long Island, NY sounding Figure 21: 12z Chatham, MA sounding
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Figure 22: 00z Wallops Island, VA sounding Figure 23: 00z Sterling, VA sounding Figure 24: 00z Long Island, NY sounding

Post-Tropical Cyclone Report

POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...TROPICAL STORM ISAIAS
 NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
 453 PM EDT WED AUG 12 2020
 
 
 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 ISAIAS
 OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.
 
 COUNTIES INCLUDED...ATLANTIC...BUCKS...BURLINGTON...CAMDEN...
 CAPE MAY...CAROLINE...CECIL...CHESTER...CUMBERLAND...DELAWARE...
 GLOUCESTER...KENT, DE...KENT, MD...MERCER...MIDDLESEX...MONMOUTH...
 MONTGOMERY...MORRIS...NEW CASTLE...OCEAN...PHILADELPHIA...
 QUEEN ANNE`S...SALEM...SOMERSET...SUSSEX, DE...TALBOT...WARREN
 
 
 
 
 
 
 A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 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)
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 KABE-ALLENTOWN-BETHLEHEM PA
 40.66 -75.43  997.6   04/1651   360/023  04/1651   320/045 04/1715  
 
 KACY-ATLANTIC CITY IN NJ
 39.46 -74.57  998.0   04/1149   140/037  04/0934   160/056 04/1006  
 
 KDYL-DOYLESTOWN PA
 40.33 -75.12  995.9   04/1230   290/025  04/1308   300/037 04/1240  
 
 KGED-GEORGETOWN/SUSSEX CO DE
 38.70 -75.36  997.0   04/1454   160/031  04/1316   180/050 04/1315  
 
 KILG-WILMINGTON DE
 39.68 -75.60  997.3   04/1050   310/037  04/1128   330/050 04/1131  
 
 KMIV-MILLVILLE MUNI NJ
 39.37 -75.07  997.3   04/1117   270/033  04/1201   140/050 04/0934  
 
 KPHL-PHILADELPHIA INTL AP PA
 39.87 -75.23  996.9   04/1106   280/033  04/1237   270/041 04/1237  
 
 KPNE-N PHILADELPHIA PA
 40.09 -75.02  996.8   04/1654   280/035  04/1101   120/046 04/1023  
 
 KSMQ-SOMERVILLE/SOMERSET NJ
 40.62 -74.67  995.9   04/1308   320/019  04/1422   080/042 04/1038  
 
 KVAY-MOUNT HOLLY NJ
 39.95 -74.84  1001.0  04/0936   100/018  04/0936   130/036 04/0936  
 
 KTTN-TRENTON/MERCER NJ
 40.28 -74.81  988.8   04/1345   120/037  04/1205   150/050 04/1253  
 
 KLOM-PHILADELPHIA/WINGS FIELD PA
 40.14 -75.26  987.1   04/1255   250/018  04/1455   270/029 04/1335  
 
 KMQS-CHESTER/CARLSON AP, COATESVILLE PA
 39.98 -75.86  976.6   04/1135   310/030  04/1215   310/039 04/1215  
 
 KPTW-POTTSTOWN/LIMERICK PA
 40.24 -75.56  987.1   04/1205   320/027  04/1310   310/043 04/1305  
 
 KUKT-QUAKERTOWN AP, QUAKERTOWN PA
 40.44 -75.38  979.3   04/1255   290/019  04/1335   290/030 04/1335  
 
 KDOV-DOVER AFB DE
 39.14 -75.47  995.3   04/1108   100/033  04/0905   090/052 04/0856  
 
 KESN-EASTON/NEWNAM FLD AP, EASTON MD
 38.80 -76.07  995.9   04/0950   290/034  04/1050   290/049 04/1050  
 
 KW29-BAY BRDG AP, STEVENSVILLE MD
 38.98 -76.33  997.3   04/0955   310/027  04/1015   310/041 04/1015  
 
 KBLM-BELMAR-FARMINGDALE NJ
 40.18 -74.13  993.9   04/1300   140/032  04/1240   120/046 04/1156  
 
 KMJX-MILLER AIR PARK, TOMS RIVER NJ
 39.93 -74.29  995.3   04/1335   140/039  04/1200   140/052 04/1216  
 
 KMMU-MORRISTOWN MUNI NJ
 40.80 -74.42  990.5   04/1355   290/028  04/1545   120/051 04/1245  
 
 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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 KOQN-WEST CHESTER
 39.99 -75.58  982     04/1207   270/026  04/1235   310/038 04/1252  
 
 KOBI-CAPE MAY SAI
 39.22 -74.79  999.3   04/1028   180/032  04/1031   180/040 04/1031  
 
 PPSNT-POINT PLEASANT
 40.09 -74.05  996.9   04/1403   140/016  04/1253   140/036 04/1153  
                                    4 M
 
 XPER-PERTH AMBOY
 40.91 -74.28                    100/038  04/1306   120/060 04/1248  
                                  0.3 M
 
 EGGHB-EGG HARBOR
 39.51 -74.32  997.3   04/1242   140/046  04/1148   200/070 04/1954  
 
 MNMTB-MONMOUTH BEACH
 40.34 -73.97  997.6   04/1431   120/027  04/1146   310/040 04/1502  
 
 MNSQN-MANASQUAN
 40.11 -74.04  997.9   04/1406   180/027  04/1324   230/039 04/1430  
 
 MRGRC-MARGATE
 39.35 -74.46  997.9   04/1254   230/032  04/1336   230/047 04/1342  
 
 OCNCS-OCEAN CITY NJ
 39.26 -74.61  998.3   04/1204   270/033  04/1329   270/044 04/1339  
 
 SNDYH-SANDY HOOK
 40.46 -74.00  1004    04/1530   270/045  04/1530   140/058 04/1330  
 
 RHBTH-REHOBOTH
 38.72 -75.08  997.9   04/1110   180/032  04/1020   180/052 04/1000  
                                  3.8 M
 
 MILFD-MILFORD
 38.93 -75.41                    090/025  04/1159   050/042 04/1209  
 
 
 
 B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
 NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
 MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 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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 ACYN4-ATLANTIC CITY NOS
 39.36 -74.41  999.3   04/1230   999/999            999/999          
                                   9999
 
 MRCP1-MARCUS HOOK
 39.82 -75.41  996.9   04/1218   999/999            999/999          
                                   9999
 
 PHBP1-PHILADELPHIA
 39.94 -75.14  995.6   04/1248   999/999            999/999          
                                   9999
 
 NBLP1-NEWBOLD
 40.14 -74.75  995.9   04/1342   290/028  04/1430   180/043 04/1148  
                                  6.4 M
 
 LWSD1-LEWES
 38.79 -75.12  997.6   04/1106   270/042  04/1206   270/053 04/1154  
                                  9.5 M
 
 DELD1-DELAWARE CITY
 39.59 -75.58  996.6   04/1142   120/032  04/1024   100/053 04/0936  
                                  7.2 M
 
 RDYD1-REEDY POINT
 39.56 -75.57  995.6   04/1136   999/999            999/999          
                                   9999
 
 SDHN4-SANDY HOOK
 40.47 -74.01  997.9   04/1436   270/045  04/1530   140/058 04/1330  
                                  5.5 M
 
 CMAN4-CAPE MAY
 38.97 -74.95  997.6   04/1148   270/047  04/1218   270/065 04/1218  
                                  9.7 M
 
 SJSN4-SHIP JOHN
 39.31 -75.37  996.6   04/1124   999/999            999/999          
                                   9999
 
 TCBM2-TOLCHESTER BEACH
 39.22 -76.24  999.7   04/1006   360/041  04/0948   360/052 04/0954  
                                  6.7 M
 
 ATLN4-ATLANTIC CITY MARINA
 39.39 -74.42  997.6   04/1230   250/035  04/1318   140/059 04/1012  
                                  2.1 M
 
 44066-TEXAS TOWER 4
 39.59 -72.60  1009.5  04/1320   999/999            999/999          
                                   9999
 
 REMARKS: 
 
 
 C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0600 UTC AUG 04 UNTIL 0600 UTC AUG 04
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 CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
 LAT LON                                                       (IN)   
 DEG DECIMAL
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 WORCESTER TWP                MONTGOMERY                        5.02  
 40.20  -75.36
 
 1 NW WILLOW GROVE            MONTGOMERY                        3.79  
 40.15  -75.13
 
 2 WNW LOWER POTTSGROVE       MONTGOMERY                        4.05  
 40.26  -75.62
 
 2 ESE WILLOW GROVE           MONTGOMERY                        2.11  
 40.14  -75.09
 
 UPPER PROVIDENCE TWP         MONTGOMERY                        5.57  
 40.16  -75.49
 
 2 NE LOWER POTTSGROVE T      MONTGOMERY                        7.46  
 40.28  -75.56
 
 1 NNW ORELAND                MONTGOMERY                        4.36  
 40.13  -75.19
 
 1 ESE ROYERSFORD             MONTGOMERY                        6.07  
 40.18  -75.52
 
 HATFIELD                     MONTGOMERY                        4.66  
 40.28  -75.30
 
 1 NW CONSHOHOCKEN            MONTGOMERY                        4.69  
 40.09  -75.32
 
 1 NW OAKS                    MONTGOMERY                        3.55  
 40.14  -75.46
 
 EAGLEVILLE                   MONTGOMERY                        5.00  
 40.16  -75.40
 
 1 N BRYN MAWR                MONTGOMERY                        5.81  
 40.04  -75.32
 
 1 SSE NEW HANOVER TWP        MONTGOMERY                        6.12  
 40.29  -75.57
 
 1 NNW ROCKLEDGE              MONTGOMERY                        2.81  
 40.10  -75.10
 
 1 E WILLOW GROVE             MONTGOMERY                        2.78  
 40.14  -75.11
 
 NORRISTOWN                   MONTGOMERY                        7.32  
 40.11  -75.34
 
 SKIPPACK                     MONTGOMERY                        8.00  
 40.23  -75.39
 
 KING OF PRUSSIA              MONTGOMERY                        7.74  
 40.09  -75.38
 
 BRIDGEPORT                   MONTGOMERY                        6.08  
 40.11  -75.35
 
 GRATERFORD                   MONTGOMERY                        5.46  
 40.23  -75.45
 
 GRATERFORD                   MONTGOMERY                        5.09  
 40.22  -75.45
 
 2 ESE SANATOGA               MONTGOMERY                        5.03  
 40.23  -75.55
 
 1 WSW GRATERFORD             MONTGOMERY                        8.00  
 40.22  -75.47
 
 2 ESE WILLOW GROVE           MONTGOMERY                        2.09  
 40.14  -75.09
 
 UPPER PROVIDENCE TWP         MONTGOMERY                        5.54  
 40.16  -75.49
 
 1 W TRAPPE                   MONTGOMERY                        4.97  
 40.20  -75.51
 
 2 WNW LOWER POTTSGROVE       MONTGOMERY                        3.95  
 40.26  -75.62
 
 GRATERFORD                   MONTGOMERY                        5.06  
 40.22  -75.45
 
 WORCESTER TWP                MONTGOMERY                        4.97  
 40.20  -75.36
 
 1 NW OAKS                    MONTGOMERY                        3.51  
 40.14  -75.46
 
 1 N BRYN MAWR                MONTGOMERY                        5.81  
 40.04  -75.32
 
 EAGLEVILLE                   MONTGOMERY                        4.99  
 40.16  -75.40
 
 MONT CLARE                   MONTGOMERY                        6.75  
 40.14  -75.50
 
 2 NE LOWER POTTSGROVE T      MONTGOMERY                        7.46  
 40.28  -75.56
 
 1 ESE ROYERSFORD             MONTGOMERY                        5.98  
 40.18  -75.52
 
 1 NNW ORELAND                MONTGOMERY                        4.29  
 40.13  -75.19
 
 HATFIELD                     MONTGOMERY                        4.55  
 40.28  -75.30
 
 1 NW CONSHOHOCKEN            MONTGOMERY                        4.68  
 40.09  -75.32
 
 ROYERSFORD                   MONTGOMERY                        5.19  
 40.18  -75.53
 
 2 ESE SANATOGA               MONTGOMERY                        4.81  
 40.23  -75.55
 
 1 WSW AMBLER                 MONTGOMERY                        6.14  
 40.15  -75.24
 
 1 E WILLOW GROVE             MONTGOMERY                        2.71  
 40.14  -75.11
 
 AMBLER                       MONTGOMERY                        6.10  
 40.16  -75.22
 
 1 NW WILLOW GROVE            MONTGOMERY                        3.65  
 40.15  -75.13
 
 1 SSE NEW HANOVER TWP        MONTGOMERY                        5.62  
 40.29  -75.57
 
 1 NNW ROCKLEDGE              MONTGOMERY                        2.67  
 40.10  -75.10
 
 BELMONT HILLS                MONTGOMERY                        6.43  
 40.02  -75.23
 
 SKIPPACK TWP                 MONTGOMERY                        6.31  
 40.23  -75.41
 
 GRATERFORD                   MONTGOMERY                        5.34  
 40.23  -75.45
 
 1 NW EAST NORRITON           MONTGOMERY                        5.03  
 40.16  -75.35
 
 1 ESE EAGLEVILLE             MONTGOMERY                        4.51  
 40.16  -75.40
 
 1 SE COLLEGEVILLE            MONTGOMERY                        5.28  
 40.18  -75.45
 
 SKIPPACK                     MONTGOMERY                        6.00  
 40.22  -75.39
 
 BRIDGEPORT                   MONTGOMERY                        3.32  
 40.11  -75.35
 
 1 N GLADWYNE                 MONTGOMERY                        3.60  
 40.05  -75.28
 
 1 NNE SKIPPACK               MONTGOMERY                        2.74  
 40.24  -75.38
 
 2 NE WORCESTER TWP           MONTGOMERY                        2.68  
 40.21  -75.32
 
 HAVERFORD                    MONTGOMERY                        3.43  
 40.01  -75.30
 
 1 N COLLEGEVILLE             MONTGOMERY                        3.43  
 40.20  -75.45
 
 1 N UPPER SALFORD TWP        MONTGOMERY                        2.46  
 40.31  -75.45
 
 FORT WASHINGTON              MONTGOMERY                        2.05  
 40.15  -75.20
 
 2 W SCHWENKSVILLE            MONTGOMERY                        2.11  
 40.25  -75.50
 
 1 W AMBLER                   MONTGOMERY                        2.02  
 40.16  -75.23
 
 BLUE BELL                    MONTGOMERY                        2.37  
 40.15  -75.26
 
 MARSHALLS CREEK              MONROE                            6.63  
 41.05  -75.13
 
 POCONO SUMMIT                MONROE                            6.18  
 41.11  -75.39
 
 CANADENSIS                   MONROE                            7.00  
 41.19  -75.25
 
 1 NE BOSSARDSVILLE           MONROE                            6.95  
 40.94  -75.26
 
 1 ENE SAYLORSBURG            MONROE                            6.95  
 40.90  -75.31
 
 2 NNE LONG POND              MONROE                            3.23  
 41.09  -75.44
 
 5 ENE PRICE TWP              MONROE                            5.27  
 41.14  -75.13
 
 1 SSW SKYTOP                 MONROE                            4.91  
 41.22  -75.25
 
 2 NNE SCIOTA                 MONROE                            5.49  
 40.96  -75.30
 
 1 ENE BLAKESLEE              MONROE                            3.16  
 41.10  -75.57
 
 1 N POCONO SUMMIT            MONROE                            4.38  
 41.13  -75.38
 
 3 NNW BLAKESLEE              MONROE                            3.14  
 41.13  -75.63
 
 KRESGEVILLE                  MONROE                            2.21  
 40.90  -75.50
 
 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS            MONROE                            5.20  
 40.99  -75.21
 
 1 SSW SKYTOP                 MONROE                            2.85  
 41.22  -75.25
 
 1 ENE SAYLORSBURG            MONROE                            5.36  
 40.90  -75.31
 
 2 NNE LONG POND              MONROE                            2.68  
 41.09  -75.44
 
 5 ENE PRICE TWP              MONROE                            3.05  
 41.14  -75.13
 
 2 NNE SCIOTA                 MONROE                            3.86  
 40.96  -75.30
 
 1 N POCONO SUMMIT            MONROE                            2.10  
 41.13  -75.38
 
 2 NW ROSS TWP                MONROE                            2.05  
 40.90  -75.37
 
 UPPER MACUNGIE TWP.          LEHIGH                            6.06  
 40.57  -75.62
 
 2 ESE WEISENBERG TWP         LEHIGH                            4.94  
 40.60  -75.70
 
 1 SE MACUNGIE                LEHIGH                            5.43  
 40.51  -75.54
 
 HOKENDAUQUA                  LEHIGH                            3.89  
 40.66  -75.49
 
 3 W UPPER MACUNGIE TWP.      LEHIGH                            3.55  
 40.57  -75.68
 
 1 NE LYNN TWP                LEHIGH                            3.51  
 40.69  -75.79
 
 1 SSW WEISENBERG TWP         LEHIGH                            3.48  
 40.60  -75.74
 
 1 E CATASAUQUA               LEHIGH                            4.92  
 40.65  -75.45
 
 1 SSW SCHNECKSVILLE          LEHIGH                            5.02  
 40.66  -75.62
 
 SLATINGTON                   LEHIGH                            4.35  
 40.76  -75.60
 
 1 S UPPER SAUCON TWP         LEHIGH                            3.77  
 40.52  -75.41
 
 CENTER VALLEY                LEHIGH                            7.09  
 40.53  -75.40
 
 1 SE MACUNGIE                LEHIGH                            5.19  
 40.51  -75.54
 
 HOKENDAUQUA                  LEHIGH                            3.61  
 40.66  -75.49
 
 1 SSW WEISENBERG TWP         LEHIGH                            3.07  
 40.60  -75.74
 
 1 NE LYNN TWP                LEHIGH                            2.99  
 40.69  -75.79
 
 2 ESE WEISENBERG TWP         LEHIGH                            4.11  
 40.60  -75.70
 
 1 S UPPER SAUCON TWP         LEHIGH                            3.67  
 40.52  -75.41
 
 3 W UPPER MACUNGIE TWP.      LEHIGH                            3.12  
 40.57  -75.68
 
 1 SSW SCHNECKSVILLE          LEHIGH                            4.47  
 40.66  -75.62
 
 CENTER VALLEY                LEHIGH                            6.97  
 40.53  -75.40
 
 1 SSW GERMANSVILLE           LEHIGH                            2.91  
 40.70  -75.71
 
 1 E CATASAUQUA               LEHIGH                            3.12  
 40.65  -75.45
 
 SLATINGTON                   LEHIGH                            2.05  
 40.76  -75.60
 
 1 S LIMA                     DELAWARE                          5.25  
 39.90  -75.44
 
 WYOLA                        DELAWARE                          5.27  
 40.01  -75.41
 
 1 NE VILLANOVA               DELAWARE                          6.61  
 40.04  -75.34
 
 2 E LAWRENCE PARK            DELAWARE                          5.15  
 39.97  -75.31
 
 2 SSW CHEYNEY                DELAWARE                          5.81  
 39.91  -75.54
 
 SWARTHMORE                   DELAWARE                          6.01  
 39.90  -75.35
 
 1 WNW WAYNE                  DELAWARE                          4.25  
 40.04  -75.38
 
 NORWOOD                      DELAWARE                          4.91  
 39.89  -75.30
 
 1 NNW LIMA                   DELAWARE                          3.52  
 39.93  -75.45
 
 BOOTHWYN                     DELAWARE                          5.75  
 39.83  -75.43
 
 WAYNE                        DELAWARE                          7.48  
 40.05  -75.37
 
 GLEN MILLS                   DELAWARE                          5.75  
 39.92  -75.49
 
 WYOLA                        DELAWARE                          5.27  
 40.01  -75.41
 
 2 E LAWRENCE PARK            DELAWARE                          5.15  
 39.97  -75.31
 
 1 NE VILLANOVA               DELAWARE                          6.60  
 40.04  -75.34
 
 NORWOOD                      DELAWARE                          4.91  
 39.89  -75.30
 
 1 WNW WAYNE                  DELAWARE                          4.24  
 40.04  -75.38
 
 WAYNE                        DELAWARE                          7.48  
 40.05  -75.37
 
 1 S LIMA                     DELAWARE                          5.24  
 39.90  -75.44
 
 2 SSW CHEYNEY                DELAWARE                          5.78  
 39.91  -75.54
 
 SWARTHMORE                   DELAWARE                          5.99  
 39.90  -75.35
 
 1 E BROOKFIELD               DELAWARE                          3.61  
 39.85  -75.57
 
 1 E BROOKFIELD               DELAWARE                          3.60  
 39.85  -75.57
 
 BOOTHWYN                     DELAWARE                          5.68  
 39.83  -75.43
 
 1 NNW LIMA                   DELAWARE                          3.42  
 39.93  -75.45
 
 CHADDS FORD TWP              DELAWARE                          4.35  
 39.87  -75.59
 
 3.1 SE CHADDS FORD           DELAWARE                          3.75  
 39.84  -75.55
 
 SCHUYLKILL TWP               CHESTER                           5.12  
 40.11  -75.51
 
 2 S EAST GOSHEN TWP.         CHESTER                           4.67  
 39.97  -75.54
 
 1 NW THORNBURY TWP           CHESTER                           2.72  
 39.95  -75.54
 
 1 S WEST CHESTER             CHESTER                           5.58  
 39.95  -75.60
 
 1 NNW EAST CALN TWP          CHESTER                           4.67  
 40.04  -75.68
 
 1 SE NEW LONDON TWP.         CHESTER                           4.60  
 39.78  -75.86
 
 1 SE OXFORD                  CHESTER                           4.56  
 39.78  -75.97
 
 2 SSW WEST CHESTER           CHESTER                           3.24  
 39.94  -75.61
 
 1 NE LENAPE                  CHESTER                           4.07  
 39.92  -75.62
 
 1 WNW EAST BRANDYWINE T      CHESTER                           5.22  
 40.04  -75.78
 
 ATGLEN                       CHESTER                           4.91  
 39.95  -75.98
 
 1 WSW SADSBURYVILLE          CHESTER                           2.00  
 39.98  -75.91
 
 1 NNE PENN TWP               CHESTER                           5.47  
 39.84  -75.88
 
 1 SSE EXTON                  CHESTER                           3.33  
 40.01  -75.62
 
 PHOENIXVILLE                 CHESTER                           4.09  
 40.13  -75.51
 
 2 W OXFORD                   CHESTER                           3.55  
 39.78  -76.02
 
 1 ESE EXTON                  CHESTER                           6.61  
 40.02  -75.61
 
 1 W WYOLA                    CHESTER                           5.39  
 40.01  -75.44
 
 1 SW EAST NANTMEAL TWP       CHESTER                           5.83  
 40.11  -75.73
 
 2 SSW LINCOLN UNIVERSIT      CHESTER                           4.37  
 39.77  -75.93
 
 SOUTH POTTSTOWN              CHESTER                           4.57  
 40.24  -75.65
 
 1 SSW CEDARVILLE             CHESTER                           4.83  
 40.21  -75.69
 
 1 W EASTTOWN TWP             CHESTER                           5.32  
 40.05  -75.46
 
 1 NE LENAPE                  CHESTER                           4.16  
 39.92  -75.62
 
 PHOENIXVILLE                 CHESTER                           5.33  
 40.14  -75.52
 
 1 SW WILLISTOWN TWP          CHESTER                           4.33  
 39.95  -75.51
 
 1 S MARSHALLTON              CHESTER                           2.68  
 39.93  -75.69
 
 1 SW EAST NANTMEAL TWP       CHESTER                           5.83  
 40.11  -75.73
 
 2 N AVONDALE                 CHESTER                           4.97  
 39.86  -75.79
 
 1 N WYOLA                    CHESTER                           3.45  
 40.02  -75.42
 
 2 N EAST GOSHEN TWP.         CHESTER                           5.25  
 40.02  -75.55
 
 1 NNW EAST CALN TWP          CHESTER                           4.65  
 40.04  -75.68
 
 1 NW THORNBURY TWP           CHESTER                           2.38  
 39.95  -75.54
 
 1 SE OXFORD                  CHESTER                           4.56  
 39.78  -75.97
 
 1 WNW EAST BRANDYWINE T      CHESTER                           5.18  
 40.04  -75.78
 
 1 W WYOLA                    CHESTER                           5.38  
 40.01  -75.44
 
 1 NNE PENN TWP               CHESTER                           5.47  
 39.84  -75.88
 
 1 SE NEW LONDON TWP.         CHESTER                           4.59  
 39.78  -75.86
 
 1 SSE EXTON                  CHESTER                           3.31  
 40.01  -75.62
 
 2 W OXFORD                   CHESTER                           3.55  
 39.78  -76.02
 
 1 SW EAST NANTMEAL TWP       CHESTER                           5.77  
 40.11  -75.73
 
 1 S WEST CHESTER             CHESTER                           5.57  
 39.95  -75.60
 
 PHOENIXVILLE                 CHESTER                           4.03  
 40.13  -75.51
 
 ATGLEN                       CHESTER                           4.87  
 39.95  -75.98
 
 2 SSW WEST CHESTER           CHESTER                           3.24  
 39.94  -75.61
 
 1 NE LENAPE                  CHESTER                           4.06  
 39.92  -75.62
 
 1 ESE EXTON                  CHESTER                           6.55  
 40.02  -75.61
 
 2 N EAST GOSHEN TWP.         CHESTER                           5.22  
 40.02  -75.55
 
 2 S EAST GOSHEN TWP.         CHESTER                           4.68  
 39.97  -75.54
 
 1 NE SOUTH COATESVILLE       CHESTER                           6.51  
 39.99  -75.79
 
 1 S MARSHALLTON              CHESTER                           2.61  
 39.93  -75.69
 
 PHOENIXVILLE                 CHESTER                           5.28  
 40.14  -75.52
 
 1 SSW CEDARVILLE             CHESTER                           4.82  
 40.21  -75.69
 
 1 NE LENAPE                  CHESTER                           3.32  
 39.92  -75.62
 
 EAST NANTMEAL TWP            CHESTER                           5.49  
 40.12  -75.72
 
 1 S NORTH COVENTRY TWP       CHESTER                           4.85  
 40.22  -75.65
 
 NORTH COVENTRY TWP           CHESTER                           4.26  
 40.23  -75.65
 
 1 W EASTTOWN TWP             CHESTER                           5.21  
 40.05  -75.46
 
 2 S EAST NANTMEAL TWP        CHESTER                           5.69  
 40.09  -75.72
 
 2 SSW LINCOLN UNIVERSIT      CHESTER                           4.33  
 39.77  -75.93
 
 SOUTH POTTSTOWN              CHESTER                           3.63  
 40.24  -75.65
 
 2 ESE DOWNINGTON             CHESTER                           4.21  
 39.99  -75.66
 
 1 SSE BIRMINGHAM TWP         CHESTER                           3.84  
 39.89  -75.59
 
 2 N AVONDALE                 CHESTER                           4.88  
 39.86  -75.79
 
 1 SW WILLISTOWN TWP          CHESTER                           3.19  
 39.95  -75.51
 
 1 SSW KEMBLESVILLE           CHESTER                           6.71  
 39.73  -75.84
 
 1 N WYOLA                    CHESTER                           3.45  
 40.02  -75.42
 
 MODENA                       CHESTER                           4.21  
 39.96  -75.80
 
 EXTON                        CHESTER                           2.13  
 40.03  -75.63
 
 1 WSW LINCOLN UNIVERSIT      CHESTER                           2.15  
 39.79  -75.94
 
 1 W EASTTOWN TWP             CHESTER                           2.08  
 40.05  -75.45
 
 1 NE JIM THORPE              CARBON                            3.74  
 40.88  -75.73
 
 1 S LEHIGHTON                CARBON                            3.55  
 40.81  -75.71
 
 WEATHERLY                    CARBON                            2.02  
 40.94  -75.83
 
 1 ENE EAST PENN TWP          CARBON                            4.56  
 40.78  -75.71
 
 1 SW BLAKESLEE               CARBON                            3.54  
 41.08  -75.61
 
 1 NE JIM THORPE              CARBON                            2.54  
 40.88  -75.73
 
 1 S LEHIGHTON                CARBON                            2.93  
 40.81  -75.71
 
 2 SW BELTZVILLE STATE P      CARBON                            2.09  
 40.85  -75.64
 
 1 SW BLAKESLEE               CARBON                            2.21  
 41.08  -75.61
 
 2 E LOWER TOWAMENSING T      CARBON                            2.86  
 40.83  -75.49
 
 2 WSW HAYCOCK TWP            BUCKS                             5.94  
 40.47  -75.28
 
 2 WSW JAMISON                BUCKS                             2.48  
 40.25  -75.13
 
 1 SE NEWTOWN                 BUCKS                             2.17  
 40.22  -74.93
 
 1 NW KINTNERSVILLE           BUCKS                             4.41  
 40.57  -75.19
 
 1 NNW PERKASIE               BUCKS                             7.43  
 40.39  -75.31
 
 1 NW NEWTOWN TWP             BUCKS                             2.06  
 40.27  -74.97
 
 1 SW FURLONG                 BUCKS                             3.47  
 40.29  -75.09
 
 1 SE UPPER MAKEFIELD TW      BUCKS                             2.23  
 40.28  -74.93
 
 2 NNE DOYLESTOWN             BUCKS                             4.34  
 40.33  -75.12
 
 1 ENE MUMBAUERSVILLE         BUCKS                             4.30  
 40.42  -75.44
 
 1 SSE HOLICONG               BUCKS                             4.13  
 40.33  -75.03
 
 2 NE SOLEBURY TWP            BUCKS                             2.10  
 40.40  -74.98
 
 1 SE NEWTOWN                 BUCKS                             2.16  
 40.22  -74.93
 
 2 WSW JAMISON                BUCKS                             2.45  
 40.25  -75.13
 
 1 ENE MUMBAUERSVILLE         BUCKS                             4.12  
 40.42  -75.44
 
 2 WSW HAYCOCK TWP            BUCKS                             5.78  
 40.47  -75.28
 
 1 NW KINTNERSVILLE           BUCKS                             4.19  
 40.57  -75.19
 
 1 NNW PERKASIE               BUCKS                             6.57  
 40.39  -75.31
 
 1 SSE HOLICONG               BUCKS                             4.07  
 40.33  -75.03
 
 2 NNE DOYLESTOWN             BUCKS                             3.78  
 40.33  -75.12
 
 1 SW FURLONG                 BUCKS                             3.43  
 40.29  -75.09
 
 1 SE UPPER MAKEFIELD TW      BUCKS                             2.17  
 40.28  -74.93
 
 BENSALEM                     BUCKS                             5.80  
 40.11  -74.93
 
 TRUMBAUERSVILLE              BUCKS                             5.44  
 40.41  -75.38
 
 1 WNW CHALFONT               BUCKS                             4.04  
 40.29  -75.22
 
 1 NNE SPRINGTOWN             BUCKS                             2.27  
 40.57  -75.28
 
 ALSACE TWP                   BERKS                             4.80  
 40.39  -75.87
 
 1 E JEFFERSON TWP            BERKS                             2.02  
 40.45  -76.18
 
 ROBESONIA                    BERKS                             2.01  
 40.35  -76.13
 
 2 NW SINKING SPRING          BERKS                             2.72  
 40.34  -76.04
 
 1 WNW WEST LAWN              BERKS                             2.75  
 40.33  -76.00
 
 2 WSW LENHARTSVILLE          BERKS                             2.79  
 40.56  -75.93
 
 1 SSW SPRING TWP             BERKS                             3.91  
 40.31  -76.01
 
 1 WSW PIKE TWP               BERKS                             3.96  
 40.40  -75.72
 
 1 NE READING                 BERKS                             2.49  
 40.35  -75.90
 
 2 NE HUFFS CHURCH            BERKS                             3.38  
 40.46  -75.59
 
 1 S WEST WYOMISSING          BERKS                             3.47  
 40.32  -75.99
 
 MERTZTOWN                    BERKS                             4.73  
 40.51  -75.67
 
 1 NW MERTZTOWN               BERKS                             3.95  
 40.52  -75.68
 
 2 SW MUHLENBERG TWP          BERKS                             3.22  
 40.37  -75.97
 
 1 ENE UNION TWP              BERKS                             5.62  
 40.25  -75.79
 
 1 SSW RUSCOMBMANOR TWP       BERKS                             2.59  
 40.41  -75.83
 
 2 SSE EARL TWP               BERKS                             4.86  
 40.34  -75.68
 
 1 SSE EARL TWP               BERKS                             4.86  
 40.34  -75.68
 
 1 E WEST READING             BERKS                             4.30  
 40.33  -75.94
 
 2 NW SHOEMAKERSVILLE         BERKS                             2.83  
 40.52  -76.00
 
 2 NW SINKING SPRING          BERKS                             2.69  
 40.34  -76.04
 
 1 E JEFFERSON TWP            BERKS                             2.00  
 40.45  -76.18
 
 1 WNW WEST LAWN              BERKS                             2.72  
 40.33  -76.00
 
 1 SSW SPRING TWP             BERKS                             3.61  
 40.31  -76.01
 
 2 SW MUHLENBERG TWP          BERKS                             2.66  
 40.37  -75.97
 
 1 S WEST WYOMISSING          BERKS                             3.41  
 40.32  -75.99
 
 1 SSW RUSCOMBMANOR TWP       BERKS                             2.37  
 40.41  -75.83
 
 2 WSW LENHARTSVILLE          BERKS                             2.56  
 40.56  -75.93
 
 1 ENE UNION TWP              BERKS                             5.44  
 40.25  -75.79
 
 1 WSW PIKE TWP               BERKS                             3.45  
 40.40  -75.72
 
 1 NE READING                 BERKS                             2.39  
 40.35  -75.90
 
 MERTZTOWN                    BERKS                             4.59  
 40.51  -75.67
 
 2 NE HUFFS CHURCH            BERKS                             3.25  
 40.46  -75.59
 
 1 NW MERTZTOWN               BERKS                             3.51  
 40.52  -75.68
 
 2 SSE EARL TWP               BERKS                             4.49  
 40.34  -75.68
 
 2 NW SHOEMAKERSVILLE         BERKS                             2.43  
 40.52  -76.00
 
 1 E WEST READING             BERKS                             3.16  
 40.33  -75.94
 
 BLAIRSTOWN                   WARREN                            4.43  
 40.98  -75.00
 
 BELVIDERE                    WARREN                            3.27  
 40.82  -75.08
 
 BELVIDERE                    WARREN                            2.86  
 40.82  -75.08
 
 1 SW ALLAMUCHY-PANTHER       WARREN                            2.49  
 40.90  -74.84
 
 2 SE PELLETTOWN              SUSSEX                            2.62  
 41.13  -74.65
 
 1 SSW SPARTA                 SUSSEX                            3.70  
 41.03  -74.63
 
 2 ESE HAMBURG                SUSSEX                            2.66  
 41.14  -74.54
 
 1 SW HOPATCONG               SUSSEX                            3.32  
 40.93  -74.67
 
 1 S VERNON VALLEY            SUSSEX                            2.51  
 41.22  -74.49
 
 1 E STANHOPE                 SUSSEX                            2.99  
 40.92  -74.68
 
 STANHOPE                     SUSSEX                            2.46  
 40.91  -74.70
 
 1 NE FLATBROOKVILLE          SUSSEX                            4.76  
 41.11  -74.95
 
 1 NNE ANDOVER-AEROFLEX       SUSSEX                            3.14  
 41.02  -74.73
 
 1 NNW FRANKLIN               SUSSEX                            2.07  
 41.12  -74.59
 
 2 ESE BARRY LAKES            SUSSEX                            3.00  
 41.18  -74.40
 
 3 WNW VERNON VALLEY          SUSSEX                            3.02  
 41.26  -74.54
 
 2 ENE HARDYSTON TWP          SUSSEX                            3.04  
 41.12  -74.50
 
 3 ESE FLATBROOKVILLE         SUSSEX                            3.64  
 41.09  -74.91
 
 1 SE WANTAGE TWP             SUSSEX                            3.60  
 41.23  -74.60
 
 1 ENE PELLETTOWN             SUSSEX                            3.09  
 41.17  -74.66
 
 1 SW HOPATCONG               SUSSEX                            2.64  
 40.93  -74.67
 
 1 SSW SPARTA                 SUSSEX                            2.63  
 41.03  -74.63
 
 1 NE FLATBROOKVILLE          SUSSEX                            3.16  
 41.11  -74.95
 
 1 SE WANTAGE TWP             SUSSEX                            2.46  
 41.23  -74.60
 
 3 ESE FLATBROOKVILLE         SUSSEX                            2.01  
 41.09  -74.91
 
 SOMERVILLE                   SOMERSET                          2.87  
 40.57  -74.62
 
 2 SSE READINGTON             SOMERSET                          2.21  
 40.55  -74.73
 
 3 NW BRIDGEWATER             SOMERSET                          2.08  
 40.62  -74.67
 
 2 ENE SOMERVILLE             SOMERSET                          3.77  
 40.58  -74.59
 
 1 ENE SKILLMAN               SOMERSET                          2.94  
 40.42  -74.70
 
 1 WSW BRANCHBURG TWP         SOMERSET                          2.12  
 40.55  -74.72
 
 SOMERVILLE                   SOMERSET                          2.70  
 40.58  -74.62
 
 2 SE POTTERSVILLE            SOMERSET                          3.26  
 40.70  -74.70
 
 1 ESE PEAPACK AND GLADS      SOMERSET                          2.95  
 40.71  -74.64
 
 WATCHUNG                     SOMERSET                          2.21  
 40.64  -74.45
 
 2 SSE READINGTON             SOMERSET                          2.17  
 40.55  -74.73
 
 2 WNW MARTINSVILLE           SOMERSET                          2.44  
 40.61  -74.59
 
 SOMERVILLE                   SOMERSET                          2.83  
 40.57  -74.62
 
 2 ENE SOMERVILLE             SOMERSET                          3.67  
 40.58  -74.59
 
 1 ENE SKILLMAN               SOMERSET                          2.88  
 40.42  -74.70
 
 1 ESE PEAPACK AND GLADS      SOMERSET                          2.73  
 40.71  -74.64
 
 SOMERVILLE                   SOMERSET                          2.64  
 40.58  -74.62
 
 1 NW BERNARDSVILLE           SOMERSET                          2.70  
 40.72  -74.59
 
 2 SSE BEDMINSTER TWP         SOMERSET                          3.43  
 40.65  -74.64
 
 FAR HILLS                    SOMERSET                          2.44  
 40.68  -74.64
 
 1 N GREEN BROOK TWP          SOMERSET                          2.27  
 40.61  -74.48
 
 1 WSW BRANCHBURG TWP         SOMERSET                          2.05  
 40.55  -74.72
 
 1 SE FAR HILLS               SOMERSET                          2.75  
 40.67  -74.62
 
 2 SE POTTERSVILLE            SOMERSET                          2.58  
 40.70  -74.70
 
 2 W BELLE MEAD               SOMERSET                          2.60  
 40.47  -74.72
 
 1 NNE BLAWENBURG             SOMERSET                          2.24  
 40.42  -74.69
 
 1 SSW WOODSTOWN              SALEM                             3.36  
 39.64  -75.33
 
 1 SSW WOODSTOWN              SALEM                             2.77  
 39.64  -75.33
 
 SALEM                        SALEM                             4.55  
 39.57  -75.46
 
 2 SE PENNSVILLE              SALEM                             3.03  
 39.63  -75.50
 
 MORRIS TWP                   MORRIS                            2.05  
 40.78  -74.46
 
 2 ENE MORRISTOWN             MORRIS                            2.29  
 40.80  -74.45
 
 1 NW FLANDERS                MORRIS                            2.99  
 40.86  -74.71
 
 1 NNW POMPTON PLAINS         MORRIS                            2.28  
 40.98  -74.30
 
 1 SW TOWACO                  MORRIS                            2.13  
 40.91  -74.35
 
 1 E MILLINGTON               MORRIS                            2.04  
 40.67  -74.50
 
 1 E SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            3.29  
 40.87  -74.63
 
 2 E SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            3.32  
 40.87  -74.60
 
 2 NNE CALIFON                MORRIS                            3.69  
 40.74  -74.82
 
 1 NE LANDING                 MORRIS                            3.85  
 40.92  -74.65
 
 2 SSW LEDGEWOOD              MORRIS                            2.81  
 40.86  -74.67
 
 2 E SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            3.31  
 40.87  -74.60
 
 1 N LANDING                  MORRIS                            2.82  
 40.92  -74.67
 
 2 S SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            4.20  
 40.84  -74.64
 
 2 WNW MORRIS PLAINS          MORRIS                            2.28  
 40.83  -74.52
 
 1 N PLEASANT PLAINS          MORRIS                            2.72  
 40.72  -74.50
 
 1 W WHARTON                  MORRIS                            3.48  
 40.90  -74.60
 
 3 E LAKE HOPATCONG           MORRIS                            3.73  
 40.95  -74.56
 
 1 NW FLORHAM PARK            MORRIS                            2.00  
 40.80  -74.42
 
 WHIPPANY                     MORRIS                            2.64  
 40.83  -74.41
 
 WHIPPANY                     MORRIS                            2.13  
 40.83  -74.41
 
 3 ESE HACKETTSTOWN           MORRIS                            5.03  
 40.84  -74.78
 
 2 ENE MORRISTOWN             MORRIS                            2.01  
 40.80  -74.45
 
 1 NW FLANDERS                MORRIS                            2.39  
 40.86  -74.71
 
 3 ESE HACKETTSTOWN           MORRIS                            4.86  
 40.84  -74.78
 
 2 NW BROOKSIDE               MORRIS                            3.25  
 40.82  -74.60
 
 2 E SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            3.02  
 40.87  -74.60
 
 2 NNE CALIFON                MORRIS                            3.25  
 40.74  -74.82
 
 2 SSW LEDGEWOOD              MORRIS                            2.15  
 40.86  -74.67
 
 1 E SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            2.79  
 40.87  -74.63
 
 2 E SUCCASUNNA               MORRIS                            2.96  
 40.87  -74.60
 
 WHIPPANY                     MORRIS                            2.32  
 40.83  -74.41
 
 1 SW TOWACO                  MORRIS                            2.01  
 40.91  -74.35
 
 2 NW BROOKSIDE               MORRIS                            3.09  
 40.82  -74.60
 
 1 NE LANDING                 MORRIS                            2.74  
 40.92  -74.65
 
 3 E LAKE HOPATCONG           MORRIS                            2.24  
 40.95  -74.56
 
 1 N LANDING                  MORRIS                            2.03  
 40.92  -74.67
 
 1 W WHARTON                  MORRIS                            2.52  
 40.90  -74.60
 
 1 WSW PENNINGTON             MERCER                            3.01  
 40.33  -74.80
 
 3 SE HOPEWELL                MERCER                            2.29  
 40.35  -74.72
 
 2 W PRINCETON                MERCER                            2.00  
 40.35  -74.69
 
 1 NW EWING                   MERCER                            2.15  
 40.28  -74.82
 
 1 E EWING                    MERCER                            3.77  
 40.27  -74.77
 
 1 WSW PENNINGTON             MERCER                            2.89  
 40.33  -74.80
 
 3 SE HOPEWELL                MERCER                            2.25  
 40.35  -74.72
 
 1 E EWING                    MERCER                            2.48  
 40.27  -74.77
 
 1 SSW HIGH BRIDGE            HUNTERDON                         2.82  
 40.66  -74.90
 
 GLEN GARDNER                 HUNTERDON                         2.86  
 40.70  -74.94
 
 1 ENE HOLLAND TWP            HUNTERDON                         2.65  
 40.60  -75.12
 
 LAMBERTVILLE                 HUNTERDON                         2.47  
 40.37  -74.94
 
 4 ESE SAND BROOK             HUNTERDON                         2.39  
 40.45  -74.85
 
 2 N MILFORD                  HUNTERDON                         3.52  
 40.59  -75.09
 
 2 WSW HOLLAND TWP            HUNTERDON                         3.51  
 40.59  -75.16
 
 1 SW SWINESBURG              HUNTERDON                         4.18  
 40.63  -75.09
 
 2 SSW LEBANON TWP            HUNTERDON                         2.58  
 40.70  -74.90
 
 2 NNW CALIFON                HUNTERDON                         3.40  
 40.75  -74.86
 
 1 ENE HIGH BRIDGE            HUNTERDON                         2.17  
 40.67  -74.88
 
 3 SE SAND BROOK              HUNTERDON                         3.25  
 40.44  -74.87
 
 2 NNW CALIFON                HUNTERDON                         3.32  
 40.75  -74.86
 
 GLEN GARDNER                 HUNTERDON                         2.65  
 40.70  -74.94
 
 1 ENE HOLLAND TWP            HUNTERDON                         2.07  
 40.60  -75.12
 
 1 SSW HIGH BRIDGE            HUNTERDON                         2.60  
 40.66  -74.90
 
 1 SW SWINESBURG              HUNTERDON                         3.88  
 40.63  -75.09
 
 LAMBERTVILLE                 HUNTERDON                         2.43  
 40.37  -74.94
 
 3 SE SAND BROOK              HUNTERDON                         3.09  
 40.44  -74.87
 
 2 N MILFORD                  HUNTERDON                         3.35  
 40.59  -75.09
 
 4 ESE SAND BROOK             HUNTERDON                         2.18  
 40.45  -74.85
 
 1 ENE HIGH BRIDGE            HUNTERDON                         2.02  
 40.67  -74.88
 
 2 SSW LEBANON TWP            HUNTERDON                         2.33  
 40.70  -74.90
 
 2 WSW HOLLAND TWP            HUNTERDON                         3.35  
 40.59  -75.16
 
 2 NNW CALIFON                HUNTERDON                         2.50  
 40.75  -74.86
 
 CLINTON                      HUNTERDON                         2.40  
 40.64  -74.92
 
 MICKLETON                    GLOUCESTER                        4.26  
 39.79  -75.25
 
 2 SSW MULLICA HILL           GLOUCESTER                        3.09  
 39.72  -75.23
 
 2 SSE WASHINGTON TWP         GLOUCESTER                        2.48  
 39.72  -75.06
 
 BECKETT                      GLOUCESTER                        5.41  
 39.76  -75.36
 
 2 E HARRISONVILLE            GLOUCESTER                        2.44  
 39.68  -75.22
 
 1 SE TURNERSVILLE            GLOUCESTER                        2.19  
 39.76  -75.05
 
 PITMAN                       GLOUCESTER                        3.33  
 39.74  -75.12
 
 1 NE GLASSBORO               GLOUCESTER                        2.28  
 39.72  -75.09
 
 1 NE GLASSBORO               GLOUCESTER                        2.28  
 39.72  -75.09
 
 MICKLETON                    GLOUCESTER                        4.24  
 39.79  -75.25
 
 2 SSE WASHINGTON TWP         GLOUCESTER                        2.48  
 39.72  -75.06
 
 2 SSW MULLICA HILL           GLOUCESTER                        3.09  
 39.72  -75.23
 
 1 SE TURNERSVILLE            GLOUCESTER                        2.19  
 39.76  -75.05
 
 BECKETT                      GLOUCESTER                        5.37  
 39.76  -75.36
 
 2 E HARRISONVILLE            GLOUCESTER                        2.44  
 39.68  -75.22
 
 1 NNE VINELAND               CUMBERLAND                        3.06  
 39.50  -75.01
 
 1 S SPRINGDALE               CAMDEN                            2.53  
 39.87  -74.97
 
 HADDON TOWNSHIP              CAMDEN                            2.38  
 39.91  -75.04
 
 1 SSW HADDONFIELD            CAMDEN                            2.47  
 39.89  -75.03
 
 HADDON TOWNSHIP              CAMDEN                            2.38  
 39.91  -75.04
 
 1 WNW GLOUCESTER TWP         CAMDEN                            2.25  
 39.83  -75.06
 
 1 ESE ASHLAND                CAMDEN                            2.20  
 39.85  -74.99
 
 2 ENE MOUNT LAUREL           BURLINGTON                        2.00  
 39.94  -74.86
 
 DELRAN                       BURLINGTON                        2.27  
 40.02  -74.96
 
 1 WSW CINNAMINSON            BURLINGTON                        2.07  
 39.99  -75.00
 
 MEDFORD TWP.                 BURLINGTON                        2.60  
 39.90  -74.82
 
 NEW LISBON                   BURLINGTON                        2.84  
 39.96  -74.63
 
 DELRAN                       BURLINGTON                        2.26  
 40.02  -74.96
 
 1 WSW CINNAMINSON            BURLINGTON                        2.07  
 39.99  -75.00
 
 MEDFORD TWP.                 BURLINGTON                        2.32  
 39.90  -74.82
 
 2 NNW MEDFORD TWP.           BURLINGTON                        2.08  
 39.93  -74.83
 
 1 NE EASTON                  TALBOT                            6.54  
 38.79  -76.06
 
 2 NNW SAINT MICHAELS         TALBOT                            3.68  
 38.82  -76.23
 
 5 SE TRAPPE                  TALBOT                            3.33  
 38.60  -76.00
 
 1 ENE BOZMAN                 TALBOT                            5.13  
 38.78  -76.25
 
 2 NNE EASTON                 TALBOT                            2.10  
 38.80  -76.07
 
 1 SSE EASTON                 TALBOT                            5.09  
 38.76  -76.07
 
 2 NNW SAINT MICHAELS         TALBOT                            3.68  
 38.82  -76.23
 
 1 SSE EASTON                 TALBOT                            5.09  
 38.76  -76.07
 
 2 NNE EASTON                 TALBOT                            2.10  
 38.80  -76.07
 
 5 SE TRAPPE                  TALBOT                            3.33  
 38.60  -76.00
 
 1 ENE BOZMAN                 TALBOT                            5.13  
 38.78  -76.25
 
 1 NE EASTON                  TALBOT                            6.54  
 38.79  -76.06
 
 3 E OXFORD                   TALBOT                            2.12  
 38.69  -76.12
 
 TRAPPE                       TALBOT                            8.10  
 38.66  -76.06
 
 2 N EASTON                   TALBOT                            5.50  
 38.81  -76.08
 
 1 SE SAINT MICHAELS          TALBOT                            3.90  
 38.78  -76.21
 
 2 SSE EASTON                 TALBOT                            3.63  
 38.75  -76.06
 
 3 SE EASTON                  TALBOT                            2.40  
 38.75  -76.04
 
 2 SW STEVENSVILLE            QUEEN ANNE`S                      5.45  
 38.98  -76.33
 
 2 SW STARKEY CORNER          QUEEN ANNE`S                      4.83  
 39.10  -76.05
 
 CENTREVILLE                  QUEEN ANNE`S                      4.87  
 39.05  -76.07
 
 2 SW STEVENSVILLE            QUEEN ANNE`S                      5.45  
 38.98  -76.33
 
 2 SW STARKEY CORNER          QUEEN ANNE`S                      4.83  
 39.10  -76.05
 
 CENTREVILLE                  QUEEN ANNE`S                      4.87  
 39.05  -76.07
 
 3 S GRASONVILLE              QUEEN ANNE`S                      7.24  
 38.92  -76.20
 
 4 NNW COPPERVILLE            QUEEN ANNE`S                      4.04  
 38.88  -76.20
 
 2 ESE GRASONVILLE            QUEEN ANNE`S                      3.86  
 38.95  -76.16
 
 4 W BRANTWOOD                CECIL                             5.54  
 39.57  -75.87
 
 2 SE PLEASANT HILL           CECIL                             5.98  
 39.65  -75.89
 
 1 SE EARLEVILLE              CECIL                             4.58  
 39.40  -75.90
 
 PERRYVILLE                   CECIL                             6.35  
 39.56  -76.07
 
 WEST NOTTINGHAM              CECIL                             5.80  
 39.67  -76.08
 
 WEST NOTTINGHAM              CECIL                             5.71  
 39.67  -76.08
 
 2 SE PLEASANT HILL           CECIL                             5.43  
 39.65  -75.89
 
 1 SE EARLEVILLE              CECIL                             4.54  
 39.40  -75.90
 
 1 W APPLETON                 CECIL                             6.41  
 39.70  -75.84
 
 4 W BRANTWOOD                CECIL                             5.02  
 39.57  -75.87
 
 1 SW JUMPTOWN                CAROLINE                          4.52  
 38.95  -75.94
 
 1 SW JUMPTOWN                CAROLINE                          4.52  
 38.95  -75.94
 
 1 E WARETOWN                 ANZ451                            2.00  
 39.79  -74.18
 
 1 SW BROOKSIDE               NEW CASTLE                        4.34  
 39.65  -75.74
 
 1 W ASHLAND                  NEW CASTLE                        4.08  
 39.80  -75.68
 
 CARRCROFT                    NEW CASTLE                        4.73  
 39.79  -75.51
 
 WESTFIELD                    NEW CASTLE                        3.65  
 39.72  -75.64
 
 2 ENE GLASGOW                NEW CASTLE                        4.11  
 39.62  -75.71
 
 1 NE TALLEYVILLE             NEW CASTLE                        5.25  
 39.82  -75.54
 
 2 NNE DELANEY CORNER         NEW CASTLE                        4.55  
 39.33  -75.73
 
 1 ENE WESTWOOD MANOR         NEW CASTLE                        6.10  
 39.80  -75.49
 
 1 N WOODSHADE                NEW CASTLE                        3.58  
 39.67  -75.68
 
 1 ESE WINTERTHUR             NEW CASTLE                        3.62  
 39.80  -75.60
 
 2 NW TOWNSEND                NEW CASTLE                        4.54  
 39.41  -75.72
 
 BROOKSIDE                    NEW CASTLE                        5.66  
 39.67  -75.73
 
 1 NE MIDVALE                 NEW CASTLE                        4.49  
 39.67  -75.60
 
 2 ENE GLASGOW                NEW CASTLE                        4.11  
 39.62  -75.71
 
 1 ENE WESTWOOD MANOR         NEW CASTLE                        6.10  
 39.80  -75.49
 
 1 SW BROOKSIDE               NEW CASTLE                        4.33  
 39.65  -75.74
 
 CARRCROFT                    NEW CASTLE                        4.71  
 39.79  -75.51
 
 3 W MOUNT PLEASANT           NEW CASTLE                        4.06  
 39.51  -75.77
 
 WESTFIELD                    NEW CASTLE                        3.65  
 39.72  -75.64
 
 1 NE TALLEYVILLE             NEW CASTLE                        5.25  
 39.82  -75.54
 
 1 NE MIDVALE                 NEW CASTLE                        4.47  
 39.67  -75.60
 
 1 SW GREENVILLE              NEW CASTLE                        4.51  
 39.77  -75.61
 
 1 W ASHLAND                  NEW CASTLE                        3.54  
 39.80  -75.68
 
 1 N WOODSHADE                NEW CASTLE                        3.57  
 39.67  -75.68
 
 1 ESE WINTERTHUR             NEW CASTLE                        2.82  
 39.80  -75.60
 
 2 NNE DELANEY CORNER         NEW CASTLE                        4.54  
 39.33  -75.73
 
 2 NW TOWNSEND                NEW CASTLE                        4.53  
 39.41  -75.72
 
 BROOKSIDE                    NEW CASTLE                        4.54  
 39.67  -75.73
 
 2 NNW NOTTINGHAM MANOR       NEW CASTLE                        4.14  
 39.71  -75.78
 
 2 NNW NOTTINGHAM MANOR       NEW CASTLE                        4.33  
 39.71  -75.78
 
 1 NW ODESSA                  NEW CASTLE                        2.64  
 39.47  -75.68
 
 1 NE HOLIDAY HILLS           NEW CASTLE                        2.85  
 39.83  -75.49
 
 WEST DOVER                   KENT                              3.05  
 39.17  -75.60
 
 3 WNW FREDERICA              KENT                              2.67  
 39.03  -75.52
 
 1 SW CLAYTON                 KENT                              4.14  
 39.28  -75.65
 
 WEST DOVER                   KENT                              3.05  
 39.17  -75.60
 
 3 WNW FREDERICA              KENT                              2.67  
 39.03  -75.52
 
 1 SW CLAYTON                 KENT                              4.13  
 39.28  -75.65
 
 1 WSW CLAYTON                KENT                              2.07  
 39.28  -75.66
 
 
 
 D. INLAND FLOODING...
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 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON MULHOCKAWAY CREEK IN CLINTON REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 1245 PM AND CRESTED AT 5.98 FEET AT 130 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NEW CASTLE...FLOODING ON EXIT 5 RAMP OF INTERSTATE 495 TO NAAMANS
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF IRON STREET AND
 GLENDON HILL ROAD. LANE RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES IN UPPER MERION.
 
 MONTGOMERY...MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES IN NORRISTOWN AREA.
 
 QUEEN ANNES...STREET FLOODING IN CHESTER, MD.
 
 MONTGOMERY...RESIDENTIAL STREET FLOODING IN HATFIELD.
 
 MONTGOMERY...PARTS OF ROUTE 113 AND ROUTE 29 FLOODED.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF 25TH STREET AND MAIN
 STREET IN GLENDON. LANE RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 TALBOT...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 662 BETWEEN SHARP ROAD AND
 PLEASANT VALLEY DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS AND SOCIAL
 MEDIA POSTS.
 
 TALBOT...U.S. HIGHWAY 50 WESTBOUND CLOSED AT BARBER ROAD FROM FLASH
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...LIVE VIDEO SHOWING FLASH FLOODING IN RADNOR TWP.
 
 NEW CASTLE...CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLASH FLOOD REPORT FROM 2 S
 BROOKSIDE. THE GAUGE ON THE CHRISTINA RIVER AT COOCHS BRIDGE REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 945 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.98 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT
 332 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED FRIEDENSVILLE ROAD NEAR THE
 INTERSECTION OF MEADOWS ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 841 NEAR LEWISVILLE ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 40 NEAR THIOKOL ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NEW CASTLE...FLASH FLOODING ON 12TH STREET CLOSED THE ROAD AND EXIT
 RAMPS FROM I-495. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...DARBY CREEK ROAD CLOSED NEAR LAWRENCE ROAD FROM FLASH
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...STATE HIGHWAY 7 CLOSED AT HOWARD STREET FROM A COMBINATION
 OF COASTAL FLOODING AND FLASH FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED BRYN MAWR AVENUE NEAR MILL ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 76 NEAR THE MONTGOMERY DRIVE
 EXIT WITH LANE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...THE GAUGE ON FRANKFORD CREEK AT PHILADELPHIA REACHED
 MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WHEN IT CRESTED AT 9.81 FT THIS AFTERNOON.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING CLOSED BLUEBALL AVENUE NEAR 10TH STREET. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 QUEEN ANNES...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN PINEY CREEK ROAD
 AND MAIN STREET FORCED ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...FLOODING ON UNIVERSITY AVENUE NEAR 38TH STREET WITH
 SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES AND LANE RESTRICTIONS IN THE AREA. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...GAUGE ON BIG ELK CREEK AT ELK MILLS CRESTED AT 12.88 FT,
 CORRESPONDING TO MAJOR FLOOD STAGE.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING NEAR OLD MARPLE ROAD AND STATE HIGHWAY 320 WITH
 SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN THE AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 NEW CASTLE...THE GAUGE ON THE WHITE CLAY CREEK AT NEWARK REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1100 AM AND CRESTED AT 16.49 FEET (0.01 FT SHY OF
 MAJOR FLOOD STAGE) AT 745 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED BIRMINGHAM ROAD NEAR RITLERY DRIVE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CUMBERLAND...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 47 NEAR BROAD STREET IN
 MILLVILLE. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...FLOODING FORCED CLOSURES ON INTERSTATE 76 NEAR THE U.S.
 HIGHWAY 202 INTERCHANGE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...USGS GAUGE ON PERKIOMEN CREEK AT EAST GREENVILE CRESTED
 AT 9.57 FT AT 3:46 PM (AFTER HITTING MINOR FLOOD AT 11:15 AM) WHICH
 IS ABOVE MAJOR FLOOD STAGE.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED HAVERFORD ROAD NEAR KARAKUNG DRIVE.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 926 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 10.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING CLOSED CONCORD ROAD NEAR I-95. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 7 AT WELLS CAMP ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 213 AT BASIL AVENUE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR VALLEYBROOK ROAD
 FORCED ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...FLOODING ON I-95 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 611. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 GLOUCESTER...CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM MANTUA.
 FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 45 NEAR BERKELEY ROAD. ALL LANES
 CLOSED. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HAMILTON BOULEVARD AND
 SCHANTZ ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...STATE HIGHWAY 272 SOUTHBOUND AT RONEY AVENUE CLOSED FROM
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN NORRISTOWN REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 20.55 FEET (MAJOR
 FLOODING) AT 1200 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 MONTGOMERY...THE GAUGE ON THE EAST BRANCH PERKIOMEN CREEK AT
 SCHWENKSVILLE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.20
 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 645 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE EAST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT
 DOWNINGTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.59 FEET
 (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 431 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...GAUGE ON THE WHITE CLAY CREEK AT STRICKERSVILLE REACHED A
 VALUE OF 13.1 FT WHICH CORRESPONDS TO MAJOR FLOOD STAGE.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT MODENA
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 9.56 FEET (MINOR
 FLOODING) AT 1230 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONTGOMERY...GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH OF THE PERKIOMEN CREEK AT
 HILLEGASS CRESTED AT 6.68 FT AT 12:45PM (AFTER REACHING MINOR FLOOD
 AT 11:46). THE CREST WAS IN THE MODERATE FLOOD CATEGORY.
 
 MONTGOMERY...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 363 NEAR AUDUBON
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 30 NEAR THE LANCASTER AVENUE
 INTERCHANGE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NEAR THE I-76 INTERCHANGE
 WITH ROAD CLOSURES IN THE AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...SEVERAL WATER RESCUES WITHING SKIPPACK TOWNSHIP.
 
 CHESTER...WATER FLOWING ON ROADWAY IN SPRING CITY.
 
 WARREN...TRIBUTARY CREEKS OF THE MUSCONETCONG RIVER HAVE OVERFLOWED
 THEIR BANKS RESULTING IN FLOODED ROADWAYS.
 
 NEW CASTLE...THE GAUGE ON RED CLAY CREEK AT WOODDALE REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 1200 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.88 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 517
 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONTGOMERY...THE GAUGE ON PERKIOMEN CREEK AT GRATERFORD REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1202 PM AND CRESTED AT 19.14 FEET (RECORD FLOODING)
 AT 815 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING ON ZUCKSVILLE ROAD NEAR BUSHKILL DRIVE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING ON TATAMY ROAD NEAR FRIENDENSTHAL AVENUE.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 100 NEAR SWAMP CREEK
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...THE GAUGE ON CHESTER CREEK AT CHESTER REACHED FLOOD STAGE
 AT 1215 PM AND CRESTED AT 17.10 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 200 PM ON
 AUGUST 4.
 
 WARREN...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 57 NEAR ASBURY BROADWAY
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...NUMEROUS WATER RESCUES AND BASEMENT FLOODING. 6.72 INCHES
 OF RAIN HAS FALLEN.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED FARMERSVILLE ROAD NEAR EASTON
 AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED SWINEHART ROAD NEAR BEAVER CREEK
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING AT BLUE RESTAURANT IN EASTON PA, WITH
 NUMEROUS ROADS IN THE AREA FLOODED. RAIN TOTALS NEAR 6-7INCHES.
 
 LEHIGH...THE GAUGE ON THE LITTLE LEHIGH RIVER IN ALLENTOWN (ALLP1)
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1230 PM AND CRESTED AT 12.76 FEET (RECORD
 FLOODING) AT 415 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 13 NEAR BULLENS LANE FORCED ITS
 CLOSURE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STONY BANK ROAD NORTH OF U.S.
 HIGHWAY 1. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF BUSINESS U.S. HIGHWAY 30
 AND STATE HIGHWAY 100 IN EXTON. SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME
 BASED ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND RADAR.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON SPRUCE RUN IN GLEN GARDNER REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 1230 PM AND CRESTED AT 7.90 FEET AT 115 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED SHIP ROAD NEAR NEWCOMEN ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...ROAD CLOSURES ON STATE HIGHWAY 12 FROM FLASH FLOODING. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT
 COATESVILLE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1245 PM AND CRESTED AT 7.28 FEET
 (MINOR FLOODING) AT 145 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED CHERRY VALLEY ROAD NEAR GOODALE ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON A COMBINATION OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE NESHANIC RIVER IN REAVILLE REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 100 PM AND CRESTED AT 9.31 FEET AT 345 PM ON AUGUST
 4.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 23 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 100.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 309 NEAR SAUCON VALLEY ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...THE GAUGE ON BRANDYWINE CREEK AT CHADDS FORD REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 115 PM AND CRESTED AT 14.32 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT
 1115 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 BUCKS...THE GAUGE ON NESHAMINY CREEK AT PENNS PARK REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 115 PM AND CRESTED AT 17.12 FEET (MODERATE FLOODING) AT 830
 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLASH FLOODING ON APPENZELL CREEK DAMAGED A PORT OF
 PENNSYLVANIA CREEK ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 LEHIGH...FLASH FLOODING DAMAGED INDIAN CREEK ROAD NEAR MOUNTAIN ROAD
 AND SAUERKRAUT LANE. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 LEHIGH...LITTLE LEHIGH CREEK IS OUT OF ITS BANKS.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING CLOSED GROUSE DRIVE NEAR WHITETAIL DEER
 DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...THE GAUGE ON THE LITTLE LEHIGH RIVER IN ALLENTOWN (APAP1)
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 145 PM AND CRESTED AT 12.69 FEET (MAJOR
 FLOODING) AT 445 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT
 HONEYBROOK CRESTED AT 8.52 FT, 1.5 FT ABOVE THE GAUGES MINOR FLOOD
 STAGE.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON GREENVIEW DRIVE NEAR MCILHANEY ROAD. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...MULTIPLE FLOODED ROADWAYS IN LEHIGH TOWNSHIP.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...LAWN AVENUE CLOSED NEAR STONYBROOK DRIVE FROM FLASH
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN PHILADELPHIA
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 200 PM AND CRESTED AT 13.28 FEET (MODERATE
 FLOODING) AT 1100 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...SEVERAL REPORTS OF ROAD CLOSURES IN BETHLEHEM. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING ON ORANGE STREET NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 1. TIME
 ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 BERKS...SMALL STREAM AND POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING IN WERNERSVILLE.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING ON I-78 NEAR THE U.S. HIGHWAY 22 INTERCHANGE WITH
 CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...PARK IN HORSHAM COMPLETELY FLOODED. WATER IS NEARING
 THE MAIN ROAD.
 
 BUCKS...VIDEO OF PERKIOMEN CREEK WELL OUT ITS BANKS AND UP TO A HOME
 UPSTREAM OF PERKASIE.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING OF TATAMY ROAD AND ARNDT ROAD NEAR BUSHKILL
 PARK DRIVE WITH SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 100 NEAR I-76. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLASH FLOODING DAMAGED POWDER VALLEY ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED
 BASED ON NEARBY REPORTS AND RADAR.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON HAP ARNOLD BOULEVARD IN TOBYHANNA. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING ON BROOKSIDE ROAD NEAR BUCKEYE ROAD FORCING ITS
 CLOSURE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...FLASH FLOODING OF BIEBER CREEK DAMAGED ROADS NEAR THE
 INTERSECTION OF FORGEDALE ROAD AND SHEEP HILL ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 MONROE...WIDESPREAD FLOODING NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 209 AND PENSYL CREEK
 ROAD WITH NUMEROUS ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORTS.
 
 CHESTER...WIDESPREAD FLOODING ON SAINT PETERS ROAD AND SCHOOL ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CARBON...FLOODING NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 895 NEAR LAUCHNOR ROAD AS
 LIZARD CREEK WENT OUT OF ITS BANKS. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CARBON...FLOODING ON LOWER SMITH GAP ROAD FORCING ROAD CLOSURES.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONROE...6.69 INCHES OF RAIN IN SAYLORSBURG, WITH WIDESPREAD
 BASEMENT FLOODING.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 512 NEAR STEUBEN ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN POTTSTOWN REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 315 PM AND CRESTED AT 15.16 FEET AT 1045 PM ON AUGUST
 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLASH FLOODING OF WALTZ CREEK CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY
 191. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...FLOODING ON MAIN STREET NEAR GRANGE ROAD AND MUCH OF THE
 SURROUNDING AREA WITH SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED PORTIONS OF I-78 IN LEHIGH COUNTY.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 841 NEAR LEWISVILLE ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...AMERICAN LEGION INUNDATED BY FLOOD WATER IN EAST
 GREENVILLE.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING AT SOUTH AVE-MACDADE BLVD INTERSECTION.
 
 NEW CASTLE...MINOR FLOODING IN PRICES CORNER WITH 5 INCHES OF RAIN.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING IN SEVERAL AREAS IN STROUDSBURG WITH NUMEROUS ROAD
 CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE SOUTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER IN STANTON
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 345 PM AND CRESTED AT 8.45 FEET (MINOR
 FLOODING) AT 530 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...VIDEO ON SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWING A SMALL STREAM WELL OUT
 OF ITS BANKS AND FLOODING A MOBILE HOME NEIGHBORHOOD ON NEWBURG ROAD
 IN LOWER NAZARETH TWP.
 
 BERKS...FLOODED ROADWAY IN OLEY.
 
 LEHIGH...A 25-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX OFF OF 7TH STREET IN SLATINGTON
 BOROUGH IS BEING EVACUATED AS A RESULT OF FLOODING. RESIDENTS ARE
 TEMPORARILY BEING EVACUATED TO NORTHERN LEHIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL IN
 SLATINGTON BOROUGH. A BERKS COUNTY HIGH WATER VEHICLE WAS REQUESTED
 AND IS ON SCENE.
 
 BUCKS...THE GAUGE ON NESHAMINY CREEK AT LANGHORNE REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 415 PM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 11.92 FEET (MINOR
 FLOODING) AT 215 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 CUMBERLAND...THE GAUGE ON THE COHANSEY RIVER IN SEELEY REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 415 PM AND CRESTED AT 6.31 FEET AT 630 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON GREENVIEW DRIVE NEAR MCILHANEY ROAD. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 209 BETWEEN BROADHEADSVILLE AND
 SCIOTA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...THE GAUGE ON THE LEHIGH RIVER IN GLENDON REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 530 PM AND CRESTED AT 21.24 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 845 PM
 ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...THE GAUGE ON BRODHEAD CREEK IN MINISINK HILLS REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 545 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.64 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) AT 1030
 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING OCCURRING IN THE VICINITY OF MCMICHAEL CREEK NEAR
 SYNDERSVILLE/HAMILTON TOWNSHIP.
 
 CARBON...THE GAUGE ON AQUASHICOLA CREEK IN PALMERTON REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 615 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.07 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 930 PM
 ON AUGUST 4.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE SOUTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER IN HIGH
 BRIDGE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 715 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.16 FEET
 (MINOR FLOODING) AT 830 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 LEHIGH...THE GAUGE ON JORDAN CREEK IN ALLENTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE
 AT 920 PM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 11.80 FEET (RECORD FLOODING) AT
 1250 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 NEW CASTLE...THE GAUGE ON BRANDYWINE CREEK AT WILMINGTON REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1045 PM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 18.62 FEET
 (MODERATE FLOODING) AT 300 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 SOMERSET...THE GAUGE ON THE NORTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER AT SOUTH
 BRANCH REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1100 PM AND CRESTED AT 8.11 FEET AT
 1115 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON MULHOCKAWAY CREEK IN CLINTON REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 1245 PM AND CRESTED AT 5.98 FEET AT 130 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NEW CASTLE...FLOODING ON EXIT 5 RAMP OF INTERSTATE 495 TO NAAMANS
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF IRON STREET AND
 GLENDON HILL ROAD. LANE RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES IN UPPER MERION.
 
 MONTGOMERY...MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES IN NORRISTOWN AREA.
 
 QUEEN ANNES...STREET FLOODING IN CHESTER, MD.
 
 MONTGOMERY...RESIDENTIAL STREET FLOODING IN HATFIELD.
 
 MONTGOMERY...PARTS OF ROUTE 113 AND ROUTE 29 FLOODED.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF 25TH STREET AND MAIN
 STREET IN GLENDON. LANE RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 TALBOT...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 662 BETWEEN SHARP ROAD AND
 PLEASANT VALLEY DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS AND SOCIAL
 MEDIA POSTS.
 
 TALBOT...U.S. HIGHWAY 50 WESTBOUND CLOSED AT BARBER ROAD FROM FLASH
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...LIVE VIDEO SHOWING FLASH FLOODING IN RADNOR TWP.
 
 NEW CASTLE...CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLASH FLOOD REPORT FROM 2 S
 BROOKSIDE. THE GAUGE ON THE CHRISTINA RIVER AT COOCHS BRIDGE REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 945 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.98 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT
 332 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED FRIEDENSVILLE ROAD NEAR THE
 INTERSECTION OF MEADOWS ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 841 NEAR LEWISVILLE ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 40 NEAR THIOKOL ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NEW CASTLE...FLASH FLOODING ON 12TH STREET CLOSED THE ROAD AND EXIT
 RAMPS FROM I-495. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...DARBY CREEK ROAD CLOSED NEAR LAWRENCE ROAD FROM FLASH
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...STATE HIGHWAY 7 CLOSED AT HOWARD STREET FROM A COMBINATION
 OF COASTAL FLOODING AND FLASH FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED BRYN MAWR AVENUE NEAR MILL ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 76 NEAR THE MONTGOMERY DRIVE
 EXIT WITH LANE RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...THE GAUGE ON FRANKFORD CREEK AT PHILADELPHIA REACHED
 MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WHEN IT CRESTED AT 9.81 FT THIS AFTERNOON.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING CLOSED BLUEBALL AVENUE NEAR 10TH STREET. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 QUEEN ANNES...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN PINEY CREEK ROAD
 AND MAIN STREET FORCED ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...FLOODING ON UNIVERSITY AVENUE NEAR 38TH STREET WITH
 SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES AND LANE RESTRICTIONS IN THE AREA. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...GAUGE ON BIG ELK CREEK AT ELK MILLS CRESTED AT 12.88 FT,
 CORRESPONDING TO MAJOR FLOOD STAGE.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING NEAR OLD MARPLE ROAD AND STATE HIGHWAY 320 WITH
 SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN THE AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 NEW CASTLE...THE GAUGE ON THE WHITE CLAY CREEK AT NEWARK REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1100 AM AND CRESTED AT 16.49 FEET (0.01 FT SHY OF
 MAJOR FLOOD STAGE) AT 745 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED BIRMINGHAM ROAD NEAR RITLERY DRIVE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CUMBERLAND...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 47 NEAR BROAD STREET IN
 MILLVILLE. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...FLOODING FORCED CLOSURES ON INTERSTATE 76 NEAR THE U.S.
 HIGHWAY 202 INTERCHANGE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...USGS GAUGE ON PERKIOMEN CREEK AT EAST GREENVILE CRESTED
 AT 9.57 FT AT 3:46 PM (AFTER HITTING MINOR FLOOD AT 11:15 AM) WHICH
 IS ABOVE MAJOR FLOOD STAGE.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED HAVERFORD ROAD NEAR KARAKUNG DRIVE.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 926 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 10.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING CLOSED CONCORD ROAD NEAR I-95. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 7 AT WELLS CAMP ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 213 AT BASIL AVENUE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR VALLEYBROOK ROAD
 FORCED ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...FLOODING ON I-95 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 611. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 GLOUCESTER...CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM MANTUA.
 FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 45 NEAR BERKELEY ROAD. ALL LANES
 CLOSED. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HAMILTON BOULEVARD AND
 SCHANTZ ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL...STATE HIGHWAY 272 SOUTHBOUND AT RONEY AVENUE CLOSED FROM
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN NORRISTOWN REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 20.55 FEET (MAJOR
 FLOODING) AT 1200 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 MONTGOMERY...THE GAUGE ON THE EAST BRANCH PERKIOMEN CREEK AT
 SCHWENKSVILLE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.20
 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 645 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE EAST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT
 DOWNINGTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.59 FEET
 (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 431 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...GAUGE ON THE WHITE CLAY CREEK AT STRICKERSVILLE REACHED A
 VALUE OF 13.1 FT WHICH CORRESPONDS TO MAJOR FLOOD STAGE.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT MODENA
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 9.56 FEET (MINOR
 FLOODING) AT 1230 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONTGOMERY...GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH OF THE PERKIOMEN CREEK AT
 HILLEGASS CRESTED AT 6.68 FT AT 12:45PM (AFTER REACHING MINOR FLOOD
 AT 11:46). THE CREST WAS IN THE MODERATE FLOOD CATEGORY.
 
 MONTGOMERY...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 363 NEAR AUDUBON
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 30 NEAR THE LANCASTER AVENUE
 INTERCHANGE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NEAR THE I-76 INTERCHANGE
 WITH ROAD CLOSURES IN THE AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...SEVERAL WATER RESCUES WITHING SKIPPACK TOWNSHIP.
 
 CHESTER...WATER FLOWING ON ROADWAY IN SPRING CITY.
 
 WARREN...TRIBUTARY CREEKS OF THE MUSCONETCONG RIVER HAVE OVERFLOWED
 THEIR BANKS RESULTING IN FLOODED ROADWAYS.
 
 NEW CASTLE...THE GAUGE ON RED CLAY CREEK AT WOODDALE REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 1200 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.88 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 517
 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONTGOMERY...THE GAUGE ON PERKIOMEN CREEK AT GRATERFORD REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1202 PM AND CRESTED AT 19.14 FEET (RECORD FLOODING)
 AT 815 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING ON ZUCKSVILLE ROAD NEAR BUSHKILL DRIVE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING ON TATAMY ROAD NEAR FRIENDENSTHAL AVENUE.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 100 NEAR SWAMP CREEK
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...THE GAUGE ON CHESTER CREEK AT CHESTER REACHED FLOOD STAGE
 AT 1215 PM AND CRESTED AT 17.10 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 200 PM ON
 AUGUST 4.
 
 WARREN...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 57 NEAR ASBURY BROADWAY
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...NUMEROUS WATER RESCUES AND BASEMENT FLOODING. 6.72 INCHES
 OF RAIN HAS FALLEN.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED FARMERSVILLE ROAD NEAR EASTON
 AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED SWINEHART ROAD NEAR BEAVER CREEK
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING AT BLUE RESTAURANT IN EASTON PA, WITH
 NUMEROUS ROADS IN THE AREA FLOODED. RAIN TOTALS NEAR 6-7INCHES.
 
 LEHIGH...THE GAUGE ON THE LITTLE LEHIGH RIVER IN ALLENTOWN (ALLP1)
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1230 PM AND CRESTED AT 12.76 FEET (RECORD
 FLOODING) AT 415 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 13 NEAR BULLENS LANE FORCED ITS
 CLOSURE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STONY BANK ROAD NORTH OF U.S.
 HIGHWAY 1. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF BUSINESS U.S. HIGHWAY 30
 AND STATE HIGHWAY 100 IN EXTON. SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME
 BASED ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND RADAR.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON SPRUCE RUN IN GLEN GARDNER REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 1230 PM AND CRESTED AT 7.90 FEET AT 115 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED SHIP ROAD NEAR NEWCOMEN ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...ROAD CLOSURES ON STATE HIGHWAY 12 FROM FLASH FLOODING. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT
 COATESVILLE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1245 PM AND CRESTED AT 7.28 FEET
 (MINOR FLOODING) AT 145 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED CHERRY VALLEY ROAD NEAR GOODALE ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON A COMBINATION OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE NESHANIC RIVER IN REAVILLE REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 100 PM AND CRESTED AT 9.31 FEET AT 345 PM ON AUGUST
 4.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 23 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 100.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 309 NEAR SAUCON VALLEY ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 DELAWARE...THE GAUGE ON BRANDYWINE CREEK AT CHADDS FORD REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 115 PM AND CRESTED AT 14.32 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT
 1115 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 BUCKS...THE GAUGE ON NESHAMINY CREEK AT PENNS PARK REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 115 PM AND CRESTED AT 17.12 FEET (MODERATE FLOODING) AT 830
 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLASH FLOODING ON APPENZELL CREEK DAMAGED A PORT OF
 PENNSYLVANIA CREEK ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 LEHIGH...FLASH FLOODING DAMAGED INDIAN CREEK ROAD NEAR MOUNTAIN ROAD
 AND SAUERKRAUT LANE. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 LEHIGH...LITTLE LEHIGH CREEK IS OUT OF ITS BANKS.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING CLOSED GROUSE DRIVE NEAR WHITETAIL DEER
 DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...THE GAUGE ON THE LITTLE LEHIGH RIVER IN ALLENTOWN (APAP1)
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 145 PM AND CRESTED AT 12.69 FEET (MAJOR
 FLOODING) AT 445 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK AT
 HONEYBROOK CRESTED AT 8.52 FT, 1.5 FT ABOVE THE GAUGES MINOR FLOOD
 STAGE.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON GREENVIEW DRIVE NEAR MCILHANEY ROAD. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...MULTIPLE FLOODED ROADWAYS IN LEHIGH TOWNSHIP.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...LAWN AVENUE CLOSED NEAR STONYBROOK DRIVE FROM FLASH
 FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 PHILADELPHIA...THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN PHILADELPHIA
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 200 PM AND CRESTED AT 13.28 FEET (MODERATE
 FLOODING) AT 1100 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...SEVERAL REPORTS OF ROAD CLOSURES IN BETHLEHEM. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING ON ORANGE STREET NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 1. TIME
 ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 BERKS...SMALL STREAM AND POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING IN WERNERSVILLE.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING ON I-78 NEAR THE U.S. HIGHWAY 22 INTERCHANGE WITH
 CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...PARK IN HORSHAM COMPLETELY FLOODED. WATER IS NEARING
 THE MAIN ROAD.
 
 BUCKS...VIDEO OF PERKIOMEN CREEK WELL OUT ITS BANKS AND UP TO A HOME
 UPSTREAM OF PERKASIE.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING OF TATAMY ROAD AND ARNDT ROAD NEAR BUSHKILL
 PARK DRIVE WITH SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 100 NEAR I-76. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLASH FLOODING DAMAGED POWDER VALLEY ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED
 BASED ON NEARBY REPORTS AND RADAR.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON HAP ARNOLD BOULEVARD IN TOBYHANNA. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLOODING ON BROOKSIDE ROAD NEAR BUCKEYE ROAD FORCING ITS
 CLOSURE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...FLASH FLOODING OF BIEBER CREEK DAMAGED ROADS NEAR THE
 INTERSECTION OF FORGEDALE ROAD AND SHEEP HILL ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 MONROE...WIDESPREAD FLOODING NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 209 AND PENSYL CREEK
 ROAD WITH NUMEROUS ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORTS.
 
 CHESTER...WIDESPREAD FLOODING ON SAINT PETERS ROAD AND SCHOOL ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CARBON...FLOODING NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 895 NEAR LAUCHNOR ROAD AS
 LIZARD CREEK WENT OUT OF ITS BANKS. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CARBON...FLOODING ON LOWER SMITH GAP ROAD FORCING ROAD CLOSURES.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONROE...6.69 INCHES OF RAIN IN SAYLORSBURG, WITH WIDESPREAD
 BASEMENT FLOODING.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 512 NEAR STEUBEN ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN POTTSTOWN REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 315 PM AND CRESTED AT 15.16 FEET AT 1045 PM ON AUGUST
 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...FLASH FLOODING OF WALTZ CREEK CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY
 191. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BERKS...FLOODING ON MAIN STREET NEAR GRANGE ROAD AND MUCH OF THE
 SURROUNDING AREA WITH SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 LEHIGH...FLASH FLOODING CLOSED PORTIONS OF I-78 IN LEHIGH COUNTY.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER...FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 841 NEAR LEWISVILLE ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY...AMERICAN LEGION INUNDATED BY FLOOD WATER IN EAST
 GREENVILLE.
 
 DELAWARE...FLOODING AT SOUTH AVE-MACDADE BLVD INTERSECTION.
 
 NEW CASTLE...MINOR FLOODING IN PRICES CORNER WITH 5 INCHES OF RAIN.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING IN SEVERAL AREAS IN STROUDSBURG WITH NUMEROUS ROAD
 CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE SOUTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER IN STANTON
 REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 345 PM AND CRESTED AT 8.45 FEET (MINOR
 FLOODING) AT 530 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...VIDEO ON SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWING A SMALL STREAM WELL OUT
 OF ITS BANKS AND FLOODING A MOBILE HOME NEIGHBORHOOD ON NEWBURG ROAD
 IN LOWER NAZARETH TWP.
 
 BERKS...FLOODED ROADWAY IN OLEY.
 
 LEHIGH...A 25-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX OFF OF 7TH STREET IN SLATINGTON
 BOROUGH IS BEING EVACUATED AS A RESULT OF FLOODING. RESIDENTS ARE
 TEMPORARILY BEING EVACUATED TO NORTHERN LEHIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL IN
 SLATINGTON BOROUGH. A BERKS COUNTY HIGH WATER VEHICLE WAS REQUESTED
 AND IS ON SCENE.
 
 BUCKS...THE GAUGE ON NESHAMINY CREEK AT LANGHORNE REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 415 PM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 11.92 FEET (MINOR
 FLOODING) AT 215 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 CUMBERLAND...THE GAUGE ON THE COHANSEY RIVER IN SEELEY REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 415 PM AND CRESTED AT 6.31 FEET AT 630 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON GREENVIEW DRIVE NEAR MCILHANEY ROAD. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 209 BETWEEN BROADHEADSVILLE AND
 SCIOTA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON...THE GAUGE ON THE LEHIGH RIVER IN GLENDON REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 530 PM AND CRESTED AT 21.24 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 845 PM
 ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...THE GAUGE ON BRODHEAD CREEK IN MINISINK HILLS REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 545 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.64 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) AT 1030
 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 MONROE...FLOODING OCCURRING IN THE VICINITY OF MCMICHAEL CREEK NEAR
 SYNDERSVILLE/HAMILTON TOWNSHIP.
 
 CARBON...THE GAUGE ON AQUASHICOLA CREEK IN PALMERTON REACHED FLOOD
 STAGE AT 615 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.07 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 930 PM
 ON AUGUST 4.
 
 HUNTERDON...THE GAUGE ON THE SOUTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER IN HIGH
 BRIDGE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 715 PM AND CRESTED AT 10.16 FEET
 (MINOR FLOODING) AT 830 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
 LEHIGH...THE GAUGE ON JORDAN CREEK IN ALLENTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE
 AT 920 PM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 11.80 FEET (RECORD FLOODING) AT
 1250 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 NEW CASTLE...THE GAUGE ON BRANDYWINE CREEK AT WILMINGTON REACHED
 FLOOD STAGE AT 1045 PM ON AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 18.62 FEET
 (MODERATE FLOODING) AT 300 AM ON AUGUST 5.
 
 SOMERSET...THE GAUGE ON THE NORTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER AT SOUTH
 BRANCH REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1100 PM AND CRESTED AT 8.11 FEET AT
 1115 PM ON AUGUST 4.
 
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 E. MAXIMUM OBSERVED WATER LEVEL (WL)...
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 ID     CITY/TOWN       COUNTY     STATE  WL  DATUM  DATE/   SOURCE        
        OR LOCATION                      (FT)        TIME
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 CMAN4  CAPE MAY        CAPE MAY     NJ  1.01 MHHW   04/1536 NOS     
 38.9678  -74.9597
 
 CHCM2  CHESAPEAKE CITY CECIL        MD  0.69 MHHW   04/1600 NOS     
 39.5267  -75.8100
 
 LWSD1  LEWES           SUSSEX       DE  0.67 MHHW   04/1500 NOS     
 38.7828  -75.1192
 
 NBLP1  NEWBOLD         PHILADELPHIA PA  3.00 MHHW   04/2024 NOS     
 40.1373  -74.7519
 
 ACYN4  ATLANTIC CITY   ATLANTIC     NJ  1.44 MHHW   04/1430 NOS     
 39.3567  -74.4181
 
 SDHN4  SANDY HOOK      MONMOUTH     NJ  1.61 MHHW   05/0142 NOS     
 40.4669  -74.0094
 
 PHBP1  PHILADELPHIA    PHILADELPHIA PA  2.44 MHHW   04/1906 NOS     
 39.9333  -75.1417
 
 BDRN4  BURLINGTON      BURLINGTON   NJ  2.63 MHHW   04/2024 NOS     
 40.0800  -74.8733
 
 RDYD1  REEDY POINT     NEW CASTLE   DE  1.97 MHHW   04/1624 NOS     
 39.5583  -75.5733
 
 TCBM2  TOLCHESTER BEAC KENT         MD  1.24 MHHW   04/2230 NOS     
 39.2133  -76.2450
 
 REMARKS: TIME IN Z TIME.
 
 
 F. TORNADOES...
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 (DIST)CITY/TOWN              COUNTY           DATE/         EF SCALE
 LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL)                         TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
 DESCRIPTION
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 1 SE HIGHLAND ACRES          KENT             4/1255           EF2  -
 39.11  -75.50
 
 THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN THE VICINITY OF THE EAGLE MEADOWS
 APARTMENT HOMES ON SORGHUM MILL ROAD IN KENT COUNTY THEN MOVED
 ACROSS ROUTE 10. IT TRACKED NEARLY PARALLEL TO SOUTH STATE STREET
 THROUGH ANNEVILLE, THE SOUTH SIDE OF DOVER, WHERE SIGNIFICANT TREE
 DAMAGE OCCURRED, INCLUDING SOME TREETOPS SHREDDED FROM POPLAR LANE
 TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD AROUND STEELE ROAD. IT WAS HERE WHERE SOME ROOF
 DAMAGE OCCURRED TO SOME HOMES ESPECIALLY DUE TO FALLEN TREES,
 HOWEVER A GARAGE WAS SIGNIFICANTLY DAMAGED ON DYERS TREE FARM. THE
 TORNADO THEN CROSSED OVER ROUTE 13 NEAR THE EDEN MEDICAL CENTER AND
 VERY NEAR THE WILLIAM HENRY MIDDLE SCHOOL. A COUPLE SECTIONS OF THE
 SCHOOLS ROOF WERE BLOWN OFF ALONG WITH SOME TREE DAMAGE NEARBY. A
 WAREHOUSE ADJACENT TO THE SCHOOL HAD A FEW SECTIONS OF ITS METAL
 WALLS TORN OFF AND A COUPLE OF TRACTOR TRAILER TRAILERS FLIPPED ONTO
 THEIR SIDE. THE TORNADO THEN CROSSED OVER WALKER ROAD AT ROUTE 15
 THEN TO WESTMINSTER VILLAGE AT DOVER NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTE
 15 AND COLLEGE ROAD. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHWARD JUST EAST OF
 CHESWOLD WHERE THE TORNADO MAY HAVE LIFTED FOR A TIME WITH
 DISCONTINUOUS TREE DAMAGE BEFORE MOVING THROUGH THE EAST SIDE OF
 SMYRNA WHERE MORE NOTABLE TREE DAMAGE OCCURRED. A 96 MPH WIND GUST
 WAS MEASURED AT A DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION WEATHER
 STATION LOCATED ON ROUTE 1 JUST NORTH OF SMYRNA AS THE TORNADIC
 CIRCULATION PASSED BY. FROM HERE, THE TORNADO CONTINUED NEARLY
 PARALLEL TO ROUTES 1 AND 13 ON THE EAST SIDES OF TOWNSEND AND
 MIDDLETOWN IN NEW CASTLE COUNTY. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED OR
 UPROOTED ALONG PORTIONS OF BLACKBIRD LANDING ROAD AND GUM BUSH ROAD
 IN TOWNSEND WITH SOME DAMAGE TO ROOFS. A GARAGE AT A RESIDENCE ON
 BLACKBIRD LANDING ROAD WAS DESTROYED. THE TORNADO THEN DAMAGED HOMES
 IN MIDDLETOWN ALONG SPRING HOLLOW DRIVE. IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD, SOME
 HOMES HAD ROOF MATERIAL AND SIDING BLOWN OFF WITH NUMEROUS TREES
 UPROOTED. SEVERAL GARAGE DOORS WERE BLOWN OUT AND ONE HOME HAD AN
 ENTIRE SIDE WALL BLOWN OFF. ONE PICTURE SHOWED A HOME WITH A MISSING
 EXTERIOR CORNER WALLS ON THE SECOND STORY. THE TORNADO CONTINUED
 NORTH NORTHWEST TO THE SUMMIT BRIDGE AREA JUST SOUTH OF THE C AND D
 CANAL. IT IS HERE WHERE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE OCCURRED TO SEVERAL
 HOMES, INCLUDING ONE HOME THAT HAD MORE THAN HALF OF ITS ROOF
 COMPLETELY TORN OFF WITH A NEIGHBORING HOME LOSING SEVERAL SECTIONS
 OF THEIR ROOF. SOME OTHER HOMES LOST A PORTION OF THEIR ROOF AND
 SIDING WAS TORN OFF WITH A GARAGE DOOR BLOWN IN, ALONG WITH SEVERAL
 TREES DOWN OR SNAPPED. THE TORNADO CROSSED THE CANAL AND TRACKED
 NEAR LUMS POND AND THROUGH AN ADJACENT WOODED AREA WHERE PICTURES
 AND AREAL FOOTAGE SHOWED A CLEAR PATH WITH NUMEROUS TREES DOWN. THE
 TORNADO THEN CROSSED ROUTE 896 AND INTO THE BRENNAN ESTATES WHERE
 HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE DOWN OR UPROOTED AND AROUND A DOZEN HOMES
 SUSTAINED ENOUGH DAMAGE THAT THEY WERE DECLARED AS UNINHABITABLE.
 THE TORNADO THEN LOOKED TO HAVE LIFTED PRIOR TO CROSSING OVER INTO
 CECIL COUNTY MARYLAND. BASED ON THE DAMAGE TO THE HOMES IN THE
 MIDDLETOWN TO SUMMIT BRIDGE TO BRENNAN ESTATES AREAS ESPECIALLY
 (SOME NON-TREE RELATED DAMAGE), THE RATING OF THIS TORNADO WAS
 INCREASED TO 115 MPH WHICH IS EQUIVALENT TO AN EF2 ON THE ENHANCED
 FUJITA SCALE. DOPPLER RADAR DATA SHOWED A CONTINUOUS AND WELL
 DEFINED ROTATIONAL SIGNATURE AND ALSO A TORNADO DEBRIS SIGNATURE.
 THIS TORNADO PATH LENGTH SET A NEW RECORD IN DELAWARE, GREATLY
 SURPASSING THE PREVIOUS TORNADO PATH LENGTH RECORD OF 13 MILES WHICH
 OCCURRED IN 1988.
 
 1 NNE STRATHMERE             CAPE MAY         4/1345           EF1  -
 39.21  -74.65
 
 A WATERSPOUT CAME ASHORE NEAR THE SOUTHERN END OF CORSONS INLET
 STATE PARK NEAR STRATHMERE THEN ACROSS MARSHY AREAS. THE TORNADO
 THEN CROSSED THE GARDEN STATE PARKWAY THEN TRACKED ALONG ROUTE 9
 ACROSS THE SOUTH SIDE OF MARMORA. THERE WERE SEVERAL PICTURES AND
 VIDEOS OF THE WATERSPOUT AND TORNADO INCLUDING A TRAINED SPOTTER
 REPORTING A TORNADO ON THE GROUND WITH DEBRIS IN THE AIR. THE
 TORNADO PRODUCED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO HOMES AND BUSINESSES ON THE
 500 BLOCK OF ROUTE 9, STARTING IN THE VICINITY OF A COCA COLA
 FACILITY WHERE CONTAINERS WERE TOSSED AROUND WITH EVEN A TRUCK
 TRAILER FLIPPED ONTO ITS SIDE. ADJACENT TO THE COCA COLA FACILITY, A
 LARGE SHED AT A RESIDENCE WAS UPENDED AND VEHICLES WERE MOVED FROM
 THEIR ORIGINAL LOCATIONS. SEVERAL HOMES HAD PORTIONS OF THEIR ROOFS
 BLOWN OFF WITH A COUPLE OF HOMES SUSTAINING SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO A
 SIDE WALL OR CORNER WALLS. THE TORNADO CROSSED ROUTE 9 TO THE PINE
 HILL MOBILE HOME COURT WHERE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE OCCURRED TO TREES
 AND BUILDINGS. ONE HOME WAS SHIFTED OFF ITS FOUNDATION AND OTHERS
 HAD ROOF DAMAGE AND DOWNED TREES CRUSHED SEVERAL CARS. THE TORNADO
 TRACKED NORTH NORTHWEST CROSSING TUCKAHOE ROAD AND MAY HAVE
 DISSIPATED OVER THE ADJACENT MARSH AREAS. DOPPLER RADAR DATA SHOWED
 A WELL DEFINED TORNADO DEBRIS SIGNATURE AS THE TORNADO MOVED THROUGH
 PORTIONS OF MARMORA. SPECIAL THANKS IS EXTENDED TO CAPE MAY COUNTY,
 TRAINED SPOTTERS, AND THE LOCAL MEDIA FOR THEIR HELP IN THIS SURVEY.
 
 1 NNE EAST NORRITON          MONTGOMERY       4/1444           EF0  -
 40.16  -75.33
 
 AN EF0 TORNADO OCCURRED IN WORCESTER TOWNSHIP IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY,
 PENNSYLVANIA AS TROPICAL STORM ISAIAS MOVED NORTHWARD ALONG THE EAST
 COAST OF THE UNITED STATES. WITH SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA BEING IN
 THE NORTHEASTWARD, RIGHT FRONT QUADRANT, THE TORNADO AND PARENT
 STORM MOVED IN AN UNUSUAL NORTHWESTWARD TRAJECTORY AHEAD OF THE MAIN
 CENTER OF THE TROPICAL STORM. AN AREA OF CIRCULATION TIGHTENED IN A
 STRONG CELL WITHIN A RAINBAND IN SOUTHEASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTY. AS
 THIS CIRCULATION TIGHTENED, A BRIEF TORNADO FORMED NEAR THE
 INTERSECTION OF BRINDLE COURT AND TOWNSHIP LINE ROAD IN WORCESTER
 TOWNSHIP, WHERE A FEW SMALL TREES WERE DOWNED IN A SMALL RESIDENTIAL
 SUBDIVISION. FROM HERE, THE TORNADO CONTINUED ITS NORTHWESTWARD
 TRAJECTORY THROUGH THE TOWNSHIP, DOWNING TREES ALONG POTSHOP ROAD.
 THE CIRCULATION MAY HAVE LIFTED WITH THE PATH BEING SOMEWHAT
 DISCONTINUOUS. A SOMEWHAT DENSER AREA OF TREES WERE DOWNED AS THE
 TORNADO MOVED ACROSS VALLEY FORGE ROAD AND NORTHWESTWARD ALONG
 HEEBNER ROAD. SEVERAL TREE TOPS WERE SHEARED OFF IN ADDITION TO
 SEVERAL UTILITY POLES BEING PUSHED OVER ALONG HEEBNER ROAD NEAR THE
 INTERSECTION OF SHEFLEY LANE. THE TORNADO CONTINUED NORTHWEST FROM
 HERE, EVENTUALLY DOWNING SEVERAL HARDWOOD TREES ALONG HOLLOW ROAD.
 ONE TREE BROUGHT DOWN SEVERAL UTILITY LINES AS IT FELL. FROM HERE,
 THE TORNADO LIFTED WITH ONLY A FEW OTHER TREES BEING DOWNED A LITTLE
 WAYS FROM HOLLOW ROAD IN A SMALL WOODED AREA. SPECIAL THANKS IS
 EXTENDED TO THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY EM OFFICE ALONG WITH SKYWARN
 SPOTTER LOU RUH FOR THEIR HELP IN THIS SURVEY.
 
 4 W WYE MILLS                QUEEN ANNES      4/1218           EF0  I
 38.93  -76.14
 
 THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG STAGWELL ROAD IN QUEENSTOWN. PICTURES
 AND VIDEO SHOWED A DISTINCT BUT NARROW PATH IN A CORN FIELD PARALLEL
 TO THE ROAD WHICH IS MOSTLY EAST TO WEST. THE DOWNED CORN WAS IN A
 CIRCULAR PATTERN, AND AERIAL FOOTAGE OVER THE CORN FIELD SHOWED SOME
 DOWNBURST SIGNATURES ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TORNADO PATH. IN
 ADDITION TO THE CORNFIELD DAMAGE, SPORADIC TREE DAMAGE OCCURRED
 ALONG STAGWELL ROAD ACROSS FROM THE CORN FIELD. THE TORNADO LOOKS TO
 HAVE LIFTED BEFORE IT REACHED THE WYE RIVER AS THERE WAS NO
 ADDITIONAL VISIBLE DAMAGE NORTH OF THIS PATH. RADAR SHOWED DEFINED
 ROTATION, HOWEVER GIVEN THE WEAK INTENSITY OF THE TORNADO IT
 APPEARED TO HAVE OCCURRED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF A LARGER ROTATIONAL
 SIGNATURE AND THEREFORE TRACKED MORE EAST TO WEST.
 
 SANDTOWN                     KENT             4/1225           EF1  I
 39.03  -75.72
 
 THE TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN THE VICINITY OF ROAD 258 SOUTH OF
 SANDTOWN ROAD, THEN TRACKED ACROSS A SECTION OF MOSTLY OPEN FIELDS
 BUT DAMAGED SOME TREES ALONG THE WAY. IT THEN TRACKED DOWN THE
 WESTERN PORTION OF SANDTOWN ROAD CLOSER TO ROUTE 10 DAMAGING SEVERAL
 HOMES AND SNAPPING AND UPROOTING SEVERAL TREES. A HOME HAD SOME
 WINDOWS BLOWN OUT ALONG WITH ROOF DAMAGE, ANOTHER HOME HAD ITS ROOF
 BLOWN OFF AND THERE WAS A LARGE GARAGE THAT HAD ITS BACK SHEET METAL
 WALL TORN OFF. THE TORNADO CROSSED ROUTE 10 NEAR THE INTERSECTION
 WITH SANDTOWN ROAD AND MOVED ACROSS THE SANDTOWN LANDFILL FACILITY
 WHERE ADDITIONAL TREES WERE UPROOTED OR SNAPPED, TWO FRONT-END
 LOADERS HAD WINDOWS BLOWN OUT AND SOME TRUCK TRAILERS WERE FLIPPED
 OVER. THE TORNADO EXITED THE LANDFILL AND MAY HAVE DISSIPATED BEFORE
 REACHING THE MARYLAND-DELAWARE STATE LINE. DOPPLER RADAR DATA SHOWED
 ROTATION AND A NOTABLE TORNADO DEBRIS SIGNATURE NEAR AND JUST
 NORTHWEST OF SANDTOWN AS DEBRIS WAS TOSSED INTO THE AIR.
 
 3 WNW SURF CITY              OCEAN            4/1454           EF1  I
 39.68  -74.21
 
 A WATERSPOUT DEVELOPED IN MANAHAWKIN BAY BETWEEN SHIP BOTTOM AND
 BRANT BEACH. IT TRACKED NORTHWESTWARD AND VIDEO FOOTAGE SHOWED THE
 CIRCULATION WITH LIGHT DEBRIS IN THE AIR CROSSING THE ROUTE 72
 BRIDGE OVER THE BAY. THE WATERSPOUT THEN CONTINUED TRACKING TO THE
 NORTHWEST AND PASSED EAST OF MUD CITY BEFORE MOVING ASHORE INTO A
 MARSHY AREA OF THE MANAHAWKIN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA. OTHER THAN
 SOME LIGHT DEBRIS REPORTED IN THE AIR AS IT CROSSED THE ROUTE 72
 BRIDGE, NO OTHER DAMAGE REPORTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AS OF THIS
 REPORT. HOWEVER, THE CIRCULATION TRACKED RIGHT OVER THE LONG BEACH
 ISLAND WEATHERFLOW WEATHER STATION LOCATED NORTH OF EGG ISLAND AND
 WEST OF FLAT ISLAND IN MANAHAWKIN BAY WHICH MEASURED A 109 MPH WIND
 GUST AT 10:53 AM EDT. THIS MEASUREMENT WAS USED TO RATE THIS
 WATERSPOUT/TORNADO GIVEN THE LACK OF ACTUAL DAMAGE. DOPPLER RADAR
 DATA SHOWED NO EVIDENCE OF A TORNADO DEBRIS SIGNATURE. DOPPLER RADAR
 DATA HOWEVER DID INDICATE VELOCITIES TO 112 MPH AT ABOUT 1,600 FEET
 ABOVE THE GROUND VERY NEAR THE AFOREMENTIONED WEATHER STATION.
 
 1 WSW DOYLESTOWN             BUCKS            4/1510           EF2  I
 40.31  -75.14
 
 A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN JUST EAST OF THE PHILADELPHIA MILLS MALL AS
 IT MOVED IN A NORTHWESTERLY DIRECTION ALONG OR NEAR KNIGHTS ROAD AND
 MEDFORD ROAD TOWARD DUNKS FERRY ROAD. THREE EXHAUST SYSTEMS AND 6
 RTU SYSTEMS WERE BLOWN OFF THE ROOF IN LESS THAN 15 SECONDS AT THE
 FORMER WALMART STORE CURRENTLY UNDERGOING RECONSTRUCTION, AND
 NUMEROUS TREES, SOME CLOSE TO 100 YEARS OLD, WERE SNAPPED OR BLOWN
 OVER ALONG KNIGHTS ROAD, MEDFORD ROAD, AND DUNKS FERRY ROAD. ROOFS,
 SIDING, AND AWNINGS WERE BLOWN OFF MANY HOMES IN THE AREA. A FEW
 CARS WERE ALSO TOSSED OR TURNED OVER AS THE STORM MOVED THROUGH. THE
 ESTIMATED WIND SPEED IN THIS AREA WAS 100 MPH, EQUIVALENT TO EF1 ON
 THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE. CURRENT EVIDENCE SUGGESTS THE TORNADO
 THEN LIFTED OFF THE GROUND AS IT PROCEEDED IN A NORTHWESTERLY
 DIRECTION, BRIEFLY TOUCHING DOWN IN THE SOUTHAMPTON AREA OF BUCKS
 COUNTY. NUMEROUS TREES WERE SNAPPED IN THIS AREA AS WELL, WITH MANY
 HOMES AND CARS DAMAGED DUE TO FALLING TREES AND TREE LIMBS. THE
 SYCAMORE DRIVE AND HARDING ROADS AREAS WERE HARDEST HIT. THE
 ESTIMATED WIND SPEED IN THIS AREA WAS 90 MPH, EQUIVALENT TO AN EF1
 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE. CURRENT EVIDENCE AGAIN SUGGESTS THE
 TORNADO LIFTED ONE MORE TIME AS THE PARENT CIRCULATION TRAVELED TO
 THE DOYLESTOWN AREA, WHERE IT TOUCHED DOWN ONE FINAL TIME NEAR THE
 CENTRAL BUCKS WEST HIGH SCHOOL. HERE BLEACHERS ON THE VISITORS SIDE
 OF THE ATHLETIC FIELD WERE PICKED UP AND TOSSED BEFORE THE VORTEX
 MOVED ON TO THE DOYLESTOWN HOSPITAL COMPLEX WHERE AT LEAST SIX
 AUTOMOBILES WERE TOSSED SOME DISTANCE, AND WHERE SUBSTANTIAL DAMAGE
 OCCURRED TO THE CHILDRENS VILLAGE DAY CARE CENTER WITH NO SERIOUS
 INJURIES REPORTED. NUMEROUS TREES WERE FELLED IN AND AROUND THE
 HOSPITAL CENTER, AND SEVERAL METAL LAMP POSTS WERE BENT FROM THE
 WIND. THE ESTIMATED WIND SPEED IN THIS AREA WAS 115 MPH, EQUIVALENT
 TO A LOW-END EF2 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE. THE TORNADO THEN
 CONTINUED MOVING IN A NORTHWESTERLY DIRECTION, SNAPPING AND FALLING
 TREES, AS WELL AS CAUSING DAMAGE TO HOMES AND OTHER PROPERTIES,
 ESPECIALLY ALONG AND NEAR SANDY RIDGE ROAD, JEFFERSON AVENUE, AND
 LOWER STATE ROAD, BEFORE LIFTING ALONG FERRY ROAD NEAR THE PEACE
 VALLEY RESERVOIR. THE ESTIMATED WIND SPEED IN THIS AREA WAS 100 MPH,
 EQUIVALENT TO AN EF1 ON THE ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE.
 
 2 SW MILFORD                 SUSSEX           4/1225           EF1  I
 38.89  -75.45
 
 A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN THE EVERGREEN AND MEADOW BROOK LANES AREA
 OF SOUTHWEST MILFORD (SUSSEX COUNTY) AROUND 8:25 AM ON AUGUST 4.
 THERE WAS EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE FROM MEADOW BROOK AND EVERGREEN
 LANES NORTH TO HAVEN LAKE THEN ACROSS THE LAKE TO NORTH SHORE DRIVE
 IN KENT COUNTY. NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED AND SNAPPED ALONG THE
 PATH OF THE TORNADO, WITH SEVERAL TREES FALLING ONTO HOMES. THE
 TORNADO TURNED MORE NORTHWEST AND CROSSED WILLIAMSVILLE ROAD
 PRODUCING ADDITIONAL TREE DAMAGE, THEN LIFTED BEFORE IT REACHED
 MILFORD HARRINGTON HIGHWAY. DUE TO THE EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE, POWER
 LINES AND SOME POLES WERE ALSO DOWN ALONG PORTIONS OF THE TORNADOS
 PATH. SEVERAL OF THE TREES WERE OF SOFTWOOD AND SNAPPED AT THEIR
 TRUNKS, WHICH IS INDICATIVE OF 100 MPH WINDS AND THIS WAS USED TO
 RATE THIS TORNADO. THIS WIND SPEED CORRESPONDS TO AN EF1 ON THE
 ENHANCED FUJITA SCALE. DOPPLER RADAR DATA SHOWED A WELL DEFINED
 TORNADO DEBRIS SIGNATURE THAT QUICKLY DEVELOPED ON THE WEST AND
 NORTHWEST SIDE OF MILFORD AS THE CIRCULATION MOVED THROUGH.
 
 
 
 G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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 COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS  
 DESCRIPTION
 ---------------------------------------------------------------------
 KENT                 0                 0                     0    
 
 41 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT WXFLOW SITE SR 1 AT TRAP SHOOTERS RD.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 SUSTAINED WIND OF 44 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 51 MPH.
 
 ANZ455               0                 0                     0    
 
 40 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT DEWEY BEACH WXFLOW SITE XDEW.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 43 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT DELAWARE SEASHORE.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 NOS GAUGE REPORTS SUSTAINED 40 MPH WINDS AND 57 MPH GUSTS.
 
 NORTHAMPTON          0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE LIMBS SNAPPED IN NAZARETH.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 ONE TREE DOWN AND SEVERAL TREE LIMBS DOWN BETWEEN REHOBOTH BEACH AND
 LONG NECK. TRAFFIC LIGHTS ALSO OUT IN THE AREA.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 WIRES DOWN ON ON STATE ROUTE 1 NEAR FRED HUDSON ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 ANZ431               0                 0                     0    
 
 58 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT BRANDYWINE SHOAL LIGHT NOS SITE.
 
 KENT                 0                 0                     0    
 
 DELAWARE DOT GAUGE MEASURED A 42 MPH SUSTAINED WIND WITH GUSTS UP TO
 77 MPH AS A TORNADIC SUPERCELL PASSED.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 SPOTTER REPORTS NUMEROUS LIMBS DOWN AND DETERIORATING CONDITIONS.
 PEAK WINDS OF 45 MPH SO FAR. 8.10 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE MIDNIGHT.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 A WIND GUST MEASURED TO 96 MPH AT A DELDOT WEATHER STATION ALONG
 ROUTE 1 JUST NORTH OF SMYRNA AS A TORNADIC SIGNATURE MOVED THROUGH.
 THE WIND WAS SUSTAINED AT 53 MPH AT THE TIME.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS DOWN NEAR WASHINGTON STREET AND FRANKLIN STREET,
 SOME INTO WIRES. THE LIMBS ON WIRES HAVE STARTED SMALL FIRES.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 ROUTE 1 CLOSED AT JEFFERSON BRIDGE ROAD FROM DOWNED TREES AND WIRES.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 39 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT OCEAN CITY SOUTH BEACH WXFLOW SITE.
 
 ANZ453               0                 0                     0    
 
 42 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT WXFLOW SITE LUDLAM BAY.
 
 SALEM                0                 0                     0    
 
 NJWXNET AT LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK MEASURED A 44 MPH SUSTAINED WIND
 WITH 46 MPH GUSTS.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 REPORTS OF SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL WIND DAMAGE TO HOMES NEAR THE
 SUMMIT AIRPORT. COULD BE AN EXTENSION OF THE TORNADO TRACK FROM
 FARTHER SOUTH IN KENT COUNTY.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 276 AT MAIN STREET. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 328 AT THREE BRIDGE BRANCH
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NORTHBOUND AT STATE HIGHWAY
 273. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 QUEEN ANNES          0                 0                     0    
 
 47 KTS/54 MPH WIND GUST AT KENT ISLAND.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 ASOS REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS OF 41 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 57 MPH
 DURING THE STORM.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 COOP OBSERVER REPORTS WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS, TREES, AND WIRES
 DOWN IN ESTELL MANOR. POWER OUT THROUGH THE AREA. SEVERAL GUSTS
 ESTIMATED 65 MPH. OBSERVED FROM 10AM TO 2PM.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 MDDOT GAUGE AT THE KNAPPS NARROWS DRAWBRIDGE MEASURED 47 MPH
 SUSTAINED WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 69 MPH.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN IN CAPE MAY AVE IN CAPE MAY.
 
 KENT                 0                 0                     0    
 
 56 MPH WIND GUST NEAR WOODSIDE, DE.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES DOWN IN THE AREA.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN ON WIRES ON BELLE HILL RD AND APPLETON RD IN ELKTON, MD.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 52 KTS/60 MPH WIND GUST AT BLACKWALNUT HARBOR.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 9 AT MAIN STREET IN MIDDLE TWP. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 46 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT BLACKWALNUT HARBOR WXFLOW SITE.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 49 NEAR WEST AVENUE IN
 BRIDGETON. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 9 NEAR MAYS LANDING ROAD IN SOMERS
 POINT. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 AWOS REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS OF 44 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 62 MPH.
 
 QUEEN ANNES          0                 0                     0    
 
 43 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT PROSPECT BAY WEATHER UNDERGROUND SITE.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 49 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT WXFLOW SITE.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 44 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT TUCKERTON WXFLOW SITE.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO A STOAGE UNIT FACILITY TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 41 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT PT POINT WXFLOW SITE.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 59 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. RUTGERS NJ WEATHER NETWORK.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 PEAK SUSTAINED WINDS OF 48 KTS WITH PEAK GUSTS TO 62 KTS AROUND
 10:30 AM.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DAMAGE IN WEST CHESTER. TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO A STOAGE UNIT FACILITY TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN IN THE VICINITY OF AND VISIBLE FROM THE MOUNT
 HOLLY WFO.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES AND NUMEROUS LARGE BRANCHES DOWN IN THE LAKES
 NEIGHBORHOOD. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES IN THE AREA.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 50 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. HARVEY CEDARS OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT.
 
 ANZ451               0                 0                     0    
 
 45 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT LBI ISLAND SURF.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES AND BRANCHES DOWN.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 SPOTTER REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS OF 38-42 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 58
 MPH. TREE DAMAGE IN THE AREA ALONG WITH 4 INCHES OF RAIN.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 AWOS REPORTS 39 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH 56 MPH GUSTS.
 
 MONTGOMERY           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES AND WIRES DOWN IN VARYING DIRECTIONS ON HEEBNER ROAD BETWEEN
 VALLEY FORGE ROAD AND HOLLOW ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. TIME ESTIMATED
 FROM RADAR.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 ROOF COMING OFF MONTEGO BAY HOTEL.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES AND WIRES DOWN GSP MM 22.
 
 PHILADELPHIA         0                 0                     0    
 
 CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE ALONG KNIGHTS ROAD IN THE VICINITY OF THE
 FRANKLIN MILLS MALL. DAMAGE IS POSSIBLY TORNADIC.
 
 QUEEN ANNES          0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 301 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 302.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 422 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 363. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL REPORTS OF DOWNED TREES AND WIRES IN THE PORT DEPOSIT AND
 PERRYVILLE AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM 1 NW JACKSONVILLE.
 VIDEO SHOWING A ROOF BEING BLOWN OFF OF A HOUSE IN OCEAN CITY. EXACT
 TIME UNKNOWN.
 
 CAROLINE             0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES DOWN NORTHWEST OF GOLDSBORO.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN, ONE ON A SHED DOING DAMAGE IN
 THE CHURCHVILLE-HOLLAND AREA.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE ON HOUSE NEAR LEISURE POINT.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN ON HOUSE (REPORT TIME ESTIMATED FROM NEARBY OBS).
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN ON HOUSE AT 66 BETHANY ROAD.
 
 ANZ451               0                 0                     0    
 
 49 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. KITE ISLAND WXFLOW SITE.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERE DAMAGE AROUND THE DOYLESTOWN HOSPITAL. THIS DAMAGE POSSIBLY
 OCCURRED FROM A TORNADO. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-295 SOUTHBOUND NORTH OF EXIT 47. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 40 WESTBOUND AT JACKSON
 STATION ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 ASOS REPORTS 40 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH 66 MPH GUSTS.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 77 NEAR SILVER LAKE ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-295 NORTHBOUND AT EXIT 45. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 222 NORTHBOUND AT COKESBURY
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 SIGNIFICANT TREE DAMAGE AND A CHIMNEY BLOWN OFF OF A HOUSE IN BEAR.
 
 QUEEN ANNES          0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 50 WESTBOUND NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY
 301. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 47 NEAR BROADWAY IN MAURICE RIVER TWP.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CAMDEN               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 30 WESTBOUND WEST OF WATERFORD-BLUE
 ANCHOR ROAD IN WINSLOW TWP. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE IN THE COOPERSTOWN AND EDGEWATER PARK AREA.
 SEVERAL VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED FROM DOWNED TREES. A 4-FOOT DIAMETER
 TREE FELL ONTO A BUILDING. ANOTHER LARGE TREE BLOCKED
 DELANCO-COOPERTOWN ROAD. TIME BASED ON VISUAL OBSERVATION OF THE
 DAMAGE.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE INTO POWER LINES IN JACKSON TOWNSHIP ON N.COOK BRIDGE ROAD.
 
 PHILADELPHIA         0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED POLE AND WIRES ON U.S. HIGHWAY 322 WESTBOUND AT U.S. HIGHWAY
 50 IN HAMILTON TWP. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE AT 34044 ORCHID LANE NEAR NASSAU.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 4.5 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE 7 AM. POQUESSING CREEK RISING SHARPLY.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 44 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT HILLSBOROUGH.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 45 MPH SUSTAINED WIND.
 
 ANZ451               0                 0                     0    
 
 39 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT SOUTH SEASIDE PARK MARINA.
 
 PHILADELPHIA         0                 0                     0    
 
 ASOS REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS OF 40 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 49 MPH
 DURING THE STORM.
 
 QUEEN ANNES          0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 301 SOUTHBOUND AT CHERRY LANE.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTS A LARGE TREE DOWN ON WOODLANE ROAD JUST EAST OF
 541. EXACT TIME UNKNOWN.
 
 WARREN               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 182 SOUTHBOUND NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 46.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN AT THE CORNER OF WILLOW AND RALPH AVENUES IN SOUTH
 PLAINFIELD.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 AT COLD SOIL ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 SOUTH OF VALLEY ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-287 SOUTHBOUND NEAR EXIT 30. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 49 WEST OF RIECK ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 50 NORTHBOUND NEAR ATLANTIC CITY
 EXPRESSWAY. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 545 AT LEEDS ROAD. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ALONG GARDEN STATE PARKWAY AT MILE MARKER 21.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR WHITEHEAD ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY           0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE (APPROX 4 INCH DIAMETER) DOWN IN LOWER MORELAND.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 PHOTOGRAPHS RECEIVED OF LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN IN HILLSBOROUGH.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE DOWN ON POWER LINES IN NORTH BRUNSWICK.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 PICTURE OF A SNAPPED TREE IN GREEN BROOK TWP.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 83 NEAR DENNISVILLE ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 SUSTAINED WIND OF 45 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 65 MPH.
 
 GLOUCESTER           0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREES LIMBS DOWN BLOCKING HARRISONVILLE ROAD IN MULLICA HILL.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED JACOB TOME MEMORIAL HIGHWAY NEAR NANTUCKET
 DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 QUEEN ANNES          0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 301 NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY
 300. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN ON THE SHOULDER OF I-295.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN IN THE LANGHORNE AREA.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN IN PEMBERTON.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 PEAK SUSTAINED WINDS OF 46 MPH WITH A PEAK GUST OF 63 MPH IN
 LAWRENCEVILLE. NUMEROUS BRANCHES AND WIRES DOWN IN THE TOWNSHIP.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 41 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. RUTGERS FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL RESEARCH
 EXTENSION CENTER.
 
 GLOUCESTER           0                 0                     0    
 
 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN ON BREAKNECK ROAD IN MANTUA.
 
 GLOUCESTER           0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE DOWN ON WOODBURY GLASSBORO ROAD IN MANTUA.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE UPROOTED ON EWINGVILLE ROAD IN EWING. TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 OVER 36 TREES DOWN ACROSS SOUTH BRUNSWICK. NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES
 AND ROADS CLOSED.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-80 WESTBOUND NEAR EXIT 42. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY SOUTHBOUND NEAR EXIT 98. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 309 AT WILLIS STREET. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 WARREN               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 57 WESTBOUND NEAR COUNTY ROADS 630 AND
 651. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CAROLINE             0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 16 AT KLEIN STREET. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 ASOS MEASURED A 43 MPH SUSTAINED WIND WITH GUSTS UP TO 58 MPH DURING
 THE STORM.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-195 JUST EAST OF I-295. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 CAMDEN               0                 0                     0    
 
 PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF AN UPROOTED TREE IN CHERRY HILL. THE TREE
 GRAZED A HOUSE AND CAUSED SOME COLLATERAL COSMETIC DAMAGE.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NEAR AT&T ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE UPROOTED IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA OF BRIGANTINE.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTS TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROLLING RIDGE ROAD AND
 SHONGUM ROAD IN RANDOLPH TWP. 2.71 INCHES OF RAIN TOTAL.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES AND SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN IN BURLINGTON.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY SOUTHBOUND SOUTH OF EXIT 116.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 NEAR WEST MAIN STREET.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 ASOS REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 43 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 58 MPH
 DURING THE STORM.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 276 AT RISING SUN ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 79 NEAR FREEHOLD ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREES AT SEVERAL POINTS ON I-287 IN MORRIS COUNTY. LANE
 RESTRICTIONS WERE REQUIRED NEAR EXITS 47, 37, AND 33. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES UPROOTED AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS MADISON BOROUGH.
 TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 279 BETWEEN APPLETON ROAD AND
 BELLE HILL ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES AND LIMBS DOWN AROUND HOWELL. TRANSFORMERS BLOWING
 NEARBY.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS LOCATIONS AROUND AND IN THE 07059 ZIP CODE DEALING WITH
 POWER LINES DOWN, TREES DOWN AND INTO CARS, HOUSES, AND COMMERCIAL
 BUILDINGS. POWER OUTAGES ALSO REPORTED.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 CWOP GAUGE REPORTED 46 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH GUSTS UP TO 52 MPH.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 213 NEAR ROCK CHURCH ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 ANZ453               0                 0                     0    
 
 HADS GAUGE REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 50 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 69
 MPH.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN ONTO HOUSE.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN ON A ROOF IN FREEHOLD... TRAINED SPOTTER MEASURED 61 MPH
 PEAK GUSTS.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROAD 535.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE LIMBS DOWN IN DENVILLE, NJ.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE UPROOTED NEAR MEDFORD-MOUNT HOLLY RD AND TURTLE CREEK DRIVE IN
 MEDFORD, NJ.
 
 CAPE MAY             0                 0                     0    
 
 PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF 4 LARGE TREES UPROOTED AND RESTING
 AGAINST A HOUSE AT 67TH STREET AND LANDIS AVENUE IN SEA ISLE CITY.
 TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 LIVE WIRES DOWN ON FLORENCE AVENUE.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN NEAR BEACHWOOD BLVD AND ROUTE 9 IN BEACHWOOD.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN NEAR CHAIN BLVD AND ROUTE 9 IN BAYVILLE.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 SPOTTER REPORTS A SNAPPED TREE AND 2 SHEDS WERE DESTROYED IN EDISON
 ON CALVERT AVE.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN IN EWING TOWNSHIP. ALSO 5 INCHES OF
 RAIN HAS FALLEN.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NEAR EXIT 132. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE NORTH OF EXIT 9. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE BRANCHES DOWN AND A SHED DESTROYED IN EDISON ON CALVERT AVE.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF STATE HIGHWAY 82 AND
 STATE HIGHWAY 340. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE BRANCHES DOWN.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE UPROOTED IN HILLSBOROUGH TWP.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 PATIO DAMAGE NEAR TOMS RIVER. TREES AND WIRES DOWN AS WELL.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE LIMBS AND BRANCHES DOWN IN COLUMBUS.
 
 DELAWARE             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR BARREN ROAD AND VAN LEER AVENUE. TIME
 ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 4 TREES DOWN IN MONROE TOWNSHIP.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 MULTIPLE TREES DOWN IN THE ABSECON AREA, SEVERAL DOWN ON CARS AND
 HOUSES.
 
 CAMDEN               0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE BRANCHES DOWN.
 
 HUNTERDON            0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN IN READINGTON TOWNSHIP.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 NJWXNET GAUGE MEASURED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 50 MPH WITH GUSTS AS
 HIGH AS 64 MPH.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE, POLE, AND WIRES NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 206. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 303 NEAR TRAPPERS CORNER
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NEW CASTLE           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN AND FENCE DAMAGE.
 
 TALBOT               0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 662 NEAR THREE BRIDGE BRANCH
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN IN BRICK.
 
 MONTGOMERY           0                 0                     0    
 
 MEASURED 40-42 MPH PEAK SUSTAINED WINDS.
 
 LEHIGH               0                 0                     0    
 
 ASOS REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 39 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 52 MPH
 DURING THE STORM.
 
 ANZ452               0                 0                     0    
 
 HADS GAUGE AT THE ATLANTIC CITY MARINA MEASURED 40 MPH SUSTAINED
 WINDS WITH 65 MPH GUSTS.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS WILLINGBORO CLOSING
 ROADS.
 
 ATLANTIC             0                 0                     0    
 
 VIDEO ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF SUSTAINED WINDS OF 50-60 MPH BEING MEASURED
 ON A HANDHELD ANEMOMETER.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN SIRES ON CREEK ROAD NEAR DORIANS MILL ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 NEAR QUAKER ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 71 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 33. TIME
 ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 MONTGOMERY           0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE BRANCH DOWN (APPROX 6 INCHES IN DIAMETER).
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED POLE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 NEAR YARDVILLE-HAMILTON
 SQUARE ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 24 NEAR EXIT 7. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH
 REPORT.
 
 HUNTERDON            0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 NEAR KINGWOOD STATION-BARBERTOWN
 ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN IN SPARTA.
 
 WARREN               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-80 WESTBOUND NEAR THE ALLAMUCHY REST AREA. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH AREA.
 
 SALEM                0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON U.S. HIGHWAY 40 EAST OF COMMISSIONERS PIKE.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE UPROOTED ON GOLD AVE IN TOMS RIVER.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NEAR EXIT 109. TIME ESTIMATED
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 NORTHAMPTON          0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN LEHIGH TOWNSHIP.
 
 LEHIGH               0                 0                     0    
 
 SPOTTER REPORTS WINDS OF 45+ MPH WITH A PEAK GUST OF 55 MPH.
 NUMEROUS LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN AROUND WHITEHALL TWP.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR LITTLE SHILOH ROAD AND FIVE POINTS ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE UPROOTED ON MAIN AVE IN OCEAN GROVE.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 284 NEAR LAYTON ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 NEAR COUNTY ROAD 517. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 35 NEAR KINGS HIGHWAY. TIME ESTIMATED
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL REPORTS OF TREES DOWN ON I-80 IN MORRIS COUNTY, INCLUDING
 NEAR EXITS 34 AND 42. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE AND POWER POLE DOWN BLOCKING A ROADWAY.
 
 DELAWARE             0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE DOWN BLOCKING FEATHERBED LANE NEAR ROUTE 322.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-195 EASTBOUND RAMP FROM EXIT 8. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED POLE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR CARNEGIE CENTER BOULEVARD. TIME
 ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON GOSHEN ROAD NEAR PHOENIXVILLE PIKE. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN IN RANDOLPH.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TELEPHONE POLES SNAPPED ON RT 36 IN LONG BRANCH.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 2 UTILITY POLES DOWN ON ROUT 9 IN BARNEGAT. TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS AND BRANCHES DOWN IN DOVER.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS AND WIRES DOWN IN THE KEYPORT AREA WITH
 ASSOCIATED POWER OUTAGES.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN BLOCKING COLUMBUS ROAD IN BURLINGTON.
 
 HUNTERDON            0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 31 NEAR PAYNE ROAD. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM 2 SW RANCOCAS. NJWXNET
 SITE IN MOORESTOWN MEASURED A 39 MPH SUSTAINED WIND WITH GUSTS UP TO
 52 MPH DURING THE STORM.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 NEAR EGGERT CROSSING ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CUMBERLAND           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 56 NEAR GARTON ROAD. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 GLOUCESTER           0                 0                     0    
 
 UPROOTED TREE DOWN ONTO A HOUSE IN THE BECKETT SECTION OF LOGAN
 TOWNSHIP.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON I-287 SOUTHBOUND RAMP TO EXIT 30. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR WAWASET ROAD AND LENAPE UNIONVILLE ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 OCEAN                0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN FORKED RIVER ON WILLIAMS STREET. POWER
 IS ALSO OUT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN ONTO A HOUSE IN RED BANK. TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 BURLINGTON           0                 0                     0    
 
 TREE DOWN ON POWER LINES NEAR UNION MILL RD AND ARK RD.
 
 LEHIGH               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED UTILITY ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 NEAR CHESTNUT STREET. TIME BASED
 ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL LARGE TREE BRANCHES DOWN, SOME ON WIRES.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN WIRES ON LEHNENBERG ROAD NEAR SLIFER VALLEY ROAD.
 TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CECIL                0                 0                     0    
 
 WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 545 NEAR ZEITLER LANE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 POWER OUT WITH MULTIPLE TREES AND LINES DOWN.
 
 MONMOUTH             0                 0                     0    
 
 GAUGE AT SANDY HOOK REPORTS SUSTAIN WINDS UP TO 52 MPH AND GUSTS AS
 HIGH AS 67 MPH.
 
 MORRIS               0                 0                     0    
 
 A FEW TREES DOWN AROUND MORRISTOWN ALONG WITH OTHER WIND DAMAGE.
 TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 MERCER               0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS AND TREES DOWN IN HOPEWELL.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON POTTSTOWN PIKE NEAR HORSESHOE TRAIL. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MONTGOMERY           0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF DEEP CREEK ROAD AND
 GRAVEL PIKE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 NORTHAMPTON          0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED UTILITY ON FILETOWN ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES DOWN ON SYCAMORE DR.
 
 MONROE               0                 0                     0    
 
 LARGE TREE BLOCKING HALF THE ROAD ON PA 611 NORTH NEAR POINT OF GAP
 OVERLOOK. TIME ESTIMATED.
 
 SUSSEX               0                 0                     0    
 
 COOP OBSERVER AT HIGHLAND LAKES REPORTS THAT A LARGE TREE FELL AND
 DESTROYED HIS RAIN GAUGE AND THE DECK IT WAS ATTACHED TO. THE GAUGE
 HAD OVER 5 INCHES OVER RAIN IN IT BEFORE IT WAS DESTROYED. TIME
 ESTIMATED.
 
 CHESTER              0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF CHARLESTOWN ROAD AND SWISS
 LANE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED UTILITY ON U.S. HIGHWAY 22 NEAR WARRENVILLE AVENUE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 CARBON               0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED UTILITY ON KUNKLETOWN ROAD NEAR THE MONROE/CARBON COUNTY
 BORDER. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 9 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 35. TIME BASED ON
 DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 SOMERSET             0                 0                     0    
 
 DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 27 NEAR COZZENS LANE. TIME
 BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT.
 
 BUCKS                0                 0                     0    
 
 SEVERAL TREES DOWN.
 
 MIDDLESEX            0                 0                     0    
 
 TREES DOWN.
 
 $$
 
 LEGEND:
 I-INCOMPLETE DATA
 E-ESTIMATED
 
 SILVA

Watches, Warnings, and Advisories Issued

Warnings

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Warnings

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Preliminary Local Storm Reports

 

NWUS51 KPHI 070734
LSRPHI

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
334 AM EDT FRI AUG 7 2020

...ISAIAS TROPICAL STORM REPORTS...

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0810 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NE MAGNOLIA           39.09N 75.45W
08/04/2020                   KENT               DE   MESONET          

            41 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT WXFLOW SITE SR 1 AT 
            TRAP SHOOTERS RD. 

0815 AM     TROPICAL STORM   5 E LONG NECK           38.61N 75.06W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   PUBLIC           

            SUSTAINED WIND OF 44 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 51 
            MPH. 

0830 AM     TROPICAL STORM   INDIAN BEACH            38.68N 75.08W
08/04/2020                   ANZ455             DE   MESONET          

            40 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT DEWEY BEACH WXFLOW 
            SITE XDEW. 

0830 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 S INDIAN BEACH        38.64N 75.07W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   MESONET          

            43 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT DELAWARE SEASHORE. 

0836 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE LEWES             38.78N 75.12W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            NOS GAUGE REPORTS SUSTAINED 40 MPH WINDS AND 
            57 MPH GUSTS. 

0840 AM     TROPICAL STORM   NAZARETH                40.74N 75.31W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   PUBLIC           

            LARGE LIMBS SNAPPED IN NAZARETH. 

0842 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 SSW NASSAU            38.68N 75.18W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   PUBLIC           

            ONE TREE DOWN AND SEVERAL TREE LIMBS DOWN 
            BETWEEN REHOBOTH BEACH AND LONG NECK. 
            TRAFFIC LIGHTS ALSO OUT IN THE AREA. 

0844 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 N BETHANY BEACH       38.56N 75.06W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIRES DOWN ON ON STATE ROUTE 1 NEAR FRED 
            HUDSON ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0854 AM     TROPICAL STORM   9 WNW CAPE MAY POINT    38.99N 75.11W
08/04/2020                   ANZ431             NJ   BUOY             

            58 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT BRANDYWINE SHOAL 
            LIGHT NOS SITE. 

0855 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE MAGNOLIA           39.08N 75.46W
08/04/2020                   KENT               DE   MESONET          

            DELAWARE DOT GAUGE MEASURED A 42 MPH 
            SUSTAINED WIND WITH GUSTS UP TO 77 MPH AS A 
            TORNADIC SUPERCELL PASSED. 

0857 AM     TROPICAL STORM   TRAPPE                  38.66N 76.06W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SPOTTER REPORTS NUMEROUS LIMBS DOWN AND 
            DETERIORATING CONDITIONS. PEAK WINDS OF 45 
            MPH SO FAR. 8.10 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE 
            MIDNIGHT. 

0915 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NW SMYRNA LANDING     39.32N 75.61W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            A WIND GUST MEASURED TO 96 MPH AT A DELDOT 
            WEATHER STATION ALONG ROUTE 1 JUST NORTH OF 
            SMYRNA AS A TORNADIC SIGNATURE MOVED 
            THROUGH. THE WIND WAS SUSTAINED AT 53 MPH AT 
            THE TIME. 

0916 AM     TROPICAL STORM   CAPE MAY                38.94N 74.92W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   AMATEUR RADIO    

            NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS DOWN NEAR WASHINGTON 
            STREET AND FRANKLIN STREET, SOME INTO WIRES. 
            THE LIMBS ON WIRES HAVE STARTED SMALL FIRES. 

0918 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW BETHANY BEACH     38.53N 75.06W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            ROUTE 1 CLOSED AT JEFFERSON BRIDGE ROAD FROM 
            DOWNED TREES AND WIRES. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0924 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE STRATHMERE        39.22N 74.64W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   MESONET          

            39 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT OCEAN CITY SOUTH 
            BEACH WXFLOW SITE. 

0929 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNW SEA ISLE CITY     39.18N 74.70W
08/04/2020                   ANZ453             NJ   MESONET          

            42 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT WXFLOW SITE LUDLAM 
            BAY. 

0930 AM     TROPICAL STORM   4 SSW ELSINBORO TWP     39.48N 75.54W
08/04/2020                   SALEM              NJ   MESONET          

            NJWXNET AT LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK MEASURED A 
            44 MPH SUSTAINED WIND WITH 46 MPH GUSTS. 

0930 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW SUMMIT BRIDGE     39.52N 75.73W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            REPORTS OF SIGNIFICANT STRUCTURAL WIND 
            DAMAGE TO HOMES NEAR THE SUMMIT AIRPORT. 
            COULD BE AN EXTENSION OF THE TORNADO TRACK 
            FROM FARTHER SOUTH IN KENT COUNTY. 

0931 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WSW PORT DEPOSIT      39.60N 76.12W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 276 
            AT MAIN STREET. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0933 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WSW MATTHEWS          38.80N 75.99W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 328 
            AT THREE BRIDGE BRANCH ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0939 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE RICHARDSMERE      39.69N 76.10W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 1 
            NORTHBOUND AT STATE HIGHWAY 273. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0943 AM     TROPICAL STORM   5 ESE BAY RIDGE         38.92N 76.36W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   BUOY             

            47 KTS/54 MPH WIND GUST AT KENT ISLAND. 

0946 AM     TROPICAL STORM   DELAWARE COASTAL AIRPOR 38.69N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   ASOS             

            ASOS REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS OF 41 MPH WITH 
            GUSTS UP TO 57 MPH DURING THE STORM. 

1000 AM     TROPICAL STORM   ESTELL MANOR            39.38N 74.83W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            COOP OBSERVER REPORTS WIDESPREAD DAMAGING 
            WINDS, TREES, AND WIRES DOWN IN ESTELL 
            MANOR. POWER OUT THROUGH THE AREA. SEVERAL 
            GUSTS ESTIMATED 65 MPH. OBSERVED FROM 10AM 
            TO 2PM. 

1000 AM     TROPICAL STORM   TILGHMAN                38.72N 76.33W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   MESONET          

            MDDOT GAUGE AT THE KNAPPS NARROWS DRAWBRIDGE 
            MEASURED 47 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH GUSTS 
            UP TO 69 MPH. 

1000 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE CAPE MAY          38.94N 74.91W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN IN CAPE MAY AVE IN CAPE MAY. 

1000 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 S WOODSIDE            39.06N 75.57W
08/04/2020                   KENT               DE   PUBLIC           

            56 MPH WIND GUST NEAR WOODSIDE, DE. 

1000 AM     TROPICAL STORM   PETERSBURG              39.25N 74.73W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN IN THE AREA. 

1000 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE ELKTON            39.63N 75.82W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN ON WIRES ON BELLE HILL RD AND 
            APPLETON RD IN ELKTON, MD. 

1004 AM     TROPICAL STORM   10 ENE PLUM POINT       38.68N 76.33W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   BUOY             

            52 KTS/60 MPH WIND GUST AT BLACKWALNUT 
            HARBOR. 

1013 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE RIO GRANDE        39.04N 74.86W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 9 AT MAIN STREET 
            IN MIDDLE TWP. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1014 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 S TILGHMAN ISLAND     38.68N 76.33W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   MESONET          

            46 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT BLACKWALNUT HARBOR 
            WXFLOW SITE. 

1015 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WNW BRIDGETON         39.43N 75.24W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 49 
            NEAR WEST AVENUE IN BRIDGETON. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1017 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 W SOMERS POINT        39.31N 74.61W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 9 NEAR MAYS 
            LANDING ROAD IN SOMERS POINT. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1018 AM     TROPICAL STORM   CAPE MAY COUNTY AIRPORT 39.01N 74.91W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   AWOS             

            AWOS REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS OF 44 MPH WITH 
            GUSTS TO 62 MPH. 

1020 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 S GRASONVILLE         38.92N 76.20W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   MESONET          

            43 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT PROSPECT BAY 
            WEATHER UNDERGROUND SITE. 

1022 AM     TROPICAL STORM   CHESAPEAKE CITY         39.53N 75.81W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   MESONET          

            49 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT WXFLOW SITE. 

1026 AM     TROPICAL STORM   4 ESE MYSTIC ISLAND     39.52N 74.32W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   MESONET          

            44 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT TUCKERTON WXFLOW 
            SITE. 

1030 AM     TROPICAL STORM   MIDDLETOWN              39.45N 75.72W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO A STOAGE UNIT FACILITY 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

1030 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SE PLEASANTVILLE      39.38N 74.50W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   MESONET          

            41 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT PT POINT WXFLOW 
            SITE. 

1030 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NW FORTESCUE          39.25N 75.18W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   MESONET          

            59 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. RUTGERS NJ WEATHER 
            NETWORK. 

1030 AM     TROPICAL STORM   NEWPORT                 39.30N 75.18W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            PEAK SUSTAINED WINDS OF 48 KTS WITH PEAK 
            GUSTS TO 62 KTS AROUND 10:30 AM. 

1030 AM     TROPICAL STORM   WEST CHESTER            39.96N 75.60W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   PUBLIC           

            TREE DAMAGE IN WEST CHESTER. TIME ESTIMATED. 

1030 AM     TROPICAL STORM   MIDDLETOWN              39.45N 75.72W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO A STOAGE UNIT FACILITY 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

1034 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE WESTAMPTON TWP    40.01N 74.82W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   NWS EMPLOYEE     

            LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN IN THE VICINITY OF AND 
            VISIBLE FROM THE MOUNT HOLLY WFO. 

1040 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE MOUNT LAUREL      39.94N 74.86W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   NWS EMPLOYEE     

            SEVERAL TREES AND NUMEROUS LARGE BRANCHES 
            DOWN IN THE LAKES NEIGHBORHOOD. WIDESPREAD 
            POWER OUTAGES IN THE AREA. 

1040 AM     TROPICAL STORM   HARVEY CEDARS           39.71N 74.14W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   MESONET          

            50 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. HARVEY CEDARS OFFICE 
            OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. 

1043 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WNW SHIP BOTTOM       39.66N 74.21W
08/04/2020                   ANZ451             NJ   MESONET          

            45 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT LBI ISLAND SURF. 

1045 AM     TROPICAL STORM   RIO GRANDE              39.01N 74.88W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREES AND BRANCHES DOWN. 

1045 AM     TROPICAL STORM   NEWPORT                 39.30N 75.18W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SPOTTER REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS OF 38-42 MPH 
            WITH GUSTS UP TO 58 MPH. TREE DAMAGE IN THE 
            AREA ALONG WITH 4 INCHES OF RAIN. 

1050 AM     TROPICAL STORM   EASTON MUNICIPAL AIRPOR 38.80N 76.07W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   AWOS             

            AWOS REPORTS 39 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH 56 
            MPH GUSTS. 

1050 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SW WORCESTER TWP      40.19N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE 

            TREES AND WIRES DOWN IN VARYING DIRECTIONS 
            ON HEEBNER ROAD BETWEEN VALLEY FORGE ROAD 
            AND HOLLOW ROAD. POSSIBLE TORNADO. TIME 
            ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. 

1050 AM     TROPICAL STORM   WILDWOOD                38.98N 74.82W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            ROOF COMING OFF MONTEGO BAY HOTEL. 

1050 AM     TROPICAL STORM   OCEAN VIEW              39.21N 74.70W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREES AND WIRES DOWN GSP MM 22. 

1050 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 N ANDALUSIA           40.09N 74.97W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE 

            CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE ALONG KNIGHTS ROAD IN 
            THE VICINITY OF THE FRANKLIN MILLS MALL. 
            DAMAGE IS POSSIBLY TORNADIC. 

1054 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 E CHURCH HILL         39.14N 75.93W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 301 
            NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 302. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1057 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE VALLEY FORGE      40.11N 75.42W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 422 NEAR STATE 
            HIGHWAY 363. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WNW PORT DEPOSIT      39.62N 76.14W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            SEVERAL REPORTS OF DOWNED TREES AND WIRES IN 
            THE PORT DEPOSIT AND PERRYVILLE AREA. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   OCEAN CITY              39.28N 74.57W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM 
            1 NW JACKSONVILLE. VIDEO SHOWING A ROOF 
            BEING BLOWN OFF OF A HOUSE IN OCEAN CITY. 
            EXACT TIME UNKNOWN. 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 SSE INGLESIDE         39.08N 75.84W
08/04/2020                   CAROLINE           MD   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN NORTHWEST OF GOLDSBORO. 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSE NORTHAMPTON TWP   40.20N 75.00W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN, ONE ON A 
            SHED DOING DAMAGE IN THE CHURCHVILLE-HOLLAND 
            AREA. 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW LONG NECK         38.64N 75.16W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            TREE ON HOUSE NEAR LEISURE POINT. 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNW DAGSBORO          38.58N 75.26W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            TREE DOWN ON HOUSE (REPORT TIME ESTIMATED 
            FROM NEARBY OBS). 

1100 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 E SELBYVILLE          38.46N 75.21W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            TREE DOWN ON HOUSE AT 66 BETHANY ROAD. 

1103 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 E WARETOWN            39.80N 74.17W
08/04/2020                   ANZ451             NJ   MESONET          

            49 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. KITE ISLAND WXFLOW 
            SITE. 

1105 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WSW DOYLESTOWN        40.31N 75.15W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SEVERE DAMAGE AROUND THE DOYLESTOWN 
            HOSPITAL. THIS DAMAGE POSSIBLY OCCURRED FROM 
            A TORNADO. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR. 

1105 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 E BURLINGTON TWP      40.06N 74.80W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-295 SOUTHBOUND NORTH OF 
            EXIT 47. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1105 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NE PERRYVILLE         39.58N 76.04W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 40 
            WESTBOUND AT JACKSON STATION ROAD. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1106 AM     TROPICAL STORM   ATLANTIC CITY INTERNATI 39.46N 74.58W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   ASOS             

            ASOS REPORTS 40 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH 66 
            MPH GUSTS. 

1106 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SSE SEABROOK FARMS    39.48N 75.21W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 77 NEAR SILVER 
            LAKE ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1106 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 W WESTAMPTON TWP      40.01N 74.85W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-295 NORTHBOUND AT EXIT 45. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1106 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SE PORT DEPOSIT       39.60N 76.08W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 222 
            NORTHBOUND AT COKESBURY ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1107 AM     TROPICAL STORM   BEAR                    39.63N 75.66W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   PUBLIC           

            SIGNIFICANT TREE DAMAGE AND A CHIMNEY BLOWN 
            OFF OF A HOUSE IN BEAR. 

1107 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW QUEENSTOWN        38.98N 76.16W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 50 
            WESTBOUND NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 301. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1107 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE MAURICETOWN       39.31N 74.98W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 47 NEAR 
            BROADWAY IN MAURICE RIVER TWP. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1110 AM     TROPICAL STORM   WATERFORD WORKS         39.72N 74.86W
08/04/2020                   CAMDEN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 30 WESTBOUND 
            WEST OF WATERFORD-BLUE ANCHOR ROAD IN 
            WINSLOW TWP. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1115 AM     TROPICAL STORM   COOPERSTOWN             40.05N 74.91W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   NWS EMPLOYEE     

            EXTENSIVE TREE DAMAGE IN THE COOPERSTOWN AND 
            EDGEWATER PARK AREA. SEVERAL VEHICLES WERE 
            DAMAGED FROM DOWNED TREES. A 4-FOOT DIAMETER 
            TREE FELL ONTO A BUILDING. ANOTHER LARGE 
            TREE BLOCKED DELANCO-COOPERTOWN ROAD. TIME 
            BASED ON VISUAL OBSERVATION OF THE DAMAGE. 

1115 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 W JACKSON             40.13N 74.29W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREE INTO POWER LINES IN JACKSON TOWNSHIP ON 
            N.COOK BRIDGE ROAD. 

1115 AM     TROPICAL STORM   NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA  40.09N 75.02W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN. 

1115 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE HAMILTON TWP       39.48N 74.71W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED POLE AND WIRES ON U.S. HIGHWAY 322 
            WESTBOUND AT U.S. HIGHWAY 50 IN HAMILTON 
            TWP. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1116 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW NASSAU            38.70N 75.16W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             DE   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE AT 34044 ORCHID LANE 
            NEAR NASSAU. 

1117 AM     TROPICAL STORM   BENSALEM                40.11N 74.93W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN. 

1118 AM     TROPICAL STORM   BENSALEM                40.11N 74.93W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            4.5 INCHES OF RAIN SINCE 7 AM. POQUESSING 
            CREEK RISING SHARPLY. 

1119 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SW MILLSTONE          40.48N 74.62W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   MESONET          

            44 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT HILLSBOROUGH. 

1120 AM     TROPICAL STORM   SEASIDE HEIGHTS         39.94N 74.07W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   MESONET          

            45 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. 

1123 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SSW SEASIDE PARK      39.91N 74.09W
08/04/2020                   ANZ451             NJ   PUBLIC           

            39 MPH SUSTAINED WIND AT SOUTH SEASIDE PARK 
            MARINA. 

1125 AM     TROPICAL STORM   NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA  40.08N 75.01W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   ASOS             

            ASOS REPORTS SUSTAINED WINDS OF 40 MPH WITH 
            GUSTS UP TO 49 MPH DURING THE STORM. 

1125 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE QUEENSTOWN        39.00N 76.13W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 301 
            SOUTHBOUND AT CHERRY LANE. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1125 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NW JACKSONVILLE       40.01N 74.79W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   NWS EMPLOYEE     

            NWS EMPLOYEE REPORTS A LARGE TREE DOWN ON 
            WOODLANE ROAD JUST EAST OF 541. EXACT TIME 
            UNKNOWN. 

1129 AM     TROPICAL STORM   HACKETTSTOWN            40.85N 74.82W
08/04/2020                   WARREN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 182 SOUTHBOUND 
            NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 46. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1130 AM     TROPICAL STORM   SOUTH PLAINFIELD        40.58N 74.42W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREE DOWN AT THE CORNER OF WILLOW AND RALPH 
            AVENUES IN SOUTH PLAINFIELD. 

1130 AM     TROPICAL STORM   LAWRENCEVILLE           40.30N 74.73W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 AT COLD SOIL 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1133 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 SSE LAMBERTVILLE      40.33N 74.93W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 SOUTH OF 
            VALLEY ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH. 

1133 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE BASKING RIDGE     40.72N 74.54W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-287 SOUTHBOUND NEAR EXIT 
            30. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1134 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 W MILLVILLE           39.40N 75.08W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 49 WEST OF 
            RIECK ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1135 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SW EGG HARBOR CITY    39.51N 74.67W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 50 NORTHBOUND 
            NEAR ATLANTIC CITY EXPRESSWAY. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1138 AM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WSW CHERRY HILL       39.65N 75.88W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 545 
            AT LEEDS ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1140 AM     TROPICAL STORM   OCEAN VIEW              39.21N 74.70W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN ALONG GARDEN STATE 
            PARKWAY AT MILE MARKER 21. 

1140 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW HAMILTON TWP      40.25N 74.73W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR WHITEHEAD 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1143 AM     TROPICAL STORM   LOWER MORELAND TWP      40.12N 75.06W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            LARGE TREE (APPROX 4 INCH DIAMETER) DOWN IN 
            LOWER MORELAND. 

1145 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE BELLE MEAD        40.48N 74.65W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            PHOTOGRAPHS RECEIVED OF LARGE TREE LIMBS 
            DOWN IN HILLSBOROUGH. 

1145 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 W NORTH BRUNSWICK     40.47N 74.49W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            LARGE TREE DOWN ON POWER LINES IN NORTH 
            BRUNSWICK. 

1146 AM     TROPICAL STORM   GREEN BROOK TWP         40.60N 74.48W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE OF A SNAPPED TREE IN GREEN BROOK 
            TWP. 

1146 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 S DENNISVILLE         39.18N 74.81W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 83 NEAR 
            DENNISVILLE ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1150 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ESE LUMBERTON         39.97N 74.78W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SUSTAINED WIND OF 45 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 65 
            MPH. 

1152 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW HARRISONVILLE     39.69N 75.27W
08/04/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREES LIMBS DOWN BLOCKING 
            HARRISONVILLE ROAD IN MULLICA HILL. 

1156 AM     TROPICAL STORM   1 N WOODLAWN            39.65N 76.07W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED JACOB TOME MEMORIAL 
            HIGHWAY NEAR NANTUCKET DRIVE. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1159 AM     TROPICAL STORM   3 WSW SUDLERSVILLE      39.17N 75.92W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 301 
            NORTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 300. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW LEVITTOWN         40.14N 74.90W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN ON THE SHOULDER OF I-295. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   LANGHORNE               40.18N 74.92W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE LIMBS DOWN IN THE 
            LANGHORNE AREA. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   PEMBERTON               39.97N 74.68W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN IN PEMBERTON. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   LAWRENCEVILLE           40.30N 74.73W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            PEAK SUSTAINED WINDS OF 46 MPH WITH A PEAK 
            GUST OF 63 MPH IN LAWRENCEVILLE. NUMEROUS 
            BRANCHES AND WIRES DOWN IN THE TOWNSHIP. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   UPPER FREEHOLD TWP      40.12N 74.53W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   MESONET          

            41 MPH SUSTAINED WIND. RUTGERS FRUIT AND 
            ORNAMENTAL RESEARCH EXTENSION CENTER. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WNW SEWELL            39.77N 75.16W
08/04/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            MULTIPLE TREES DOWN ON BREAKNECK ROAD IN 
            MANTUA. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 E WENONAH             39.79N 75.14W
08/04/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE DOWN ON WOODBURY GLASSBORO ROAD 
            IN MANTUA. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE PROSPECT PARK     40.25N 74.76W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE UPROOTED ON EWINGVILLE ROAD IN 
            EWING. TIME ESTIMATED. 

1200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   SOUTH BRUNSWICK         40.40N 74.54W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   LAW ENFORCEMENT  

            OVER 36 TREES DOWN ACROSS SOUTH BRUNSWICK. 
            NUMEROUS POWER OUTAGES AND ROADS CLOSED. 

1201 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW FOX HILL          40.87N 74.45W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-80 WESTBOUND NEAR EXIT 42. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1201 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NE RAMTOWN            40.15N 74.11W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY 
            SOUTHBOUND NEAR EXIT 98. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1202 PM     TROPICAL STORM   CORDOVA                 38.88N 76.00W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 309 
            AT WILLIS STREET. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1202 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE WASHINGTON        40.77N 74.94W
08/04/2020                   WARREN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 57 WESTBOUND 
            NEAR COUNTY ROADS 630 AND 651. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1203 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE PRESTON            38.73N 75.89W
08/04/2020                   CAROLINE           MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 16 AT 
            KLEIN STREET. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1205 PM     TROPICAL STORM   TRENTON MERCER AIRPORT  40.28N 74.81W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   ASOS             

            ASOS MEASURED A 43 MPH SUSTAINED WIND WITH 
            GUSTS UP TO 58 MPH DURING THE STORM. 

1205 PM     TROPICAL STORM   3 N BORDENTOWN          40.18N 74.71W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-195 JUST EAST OF I-295. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1205 PM     TROPICAL STORM   CHERRY HILL TWP         39.93N 75.03W
08/04/2020                   CAMDEN             NJ   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF AN UPROOTED TREE 
            IN CHERRY HILL. THE TREE GRAZED A HOUSE AND 
            CAUSED SOME COLLATERAL COSMETIC DAMAGE. 

1207 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 S BEDMINSTER TWP      40.66N 74.64W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NEAR AT&T 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1210 PM     TROPICAL STORM   BRIGANTINE              39.40N 74.37W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE UPROOTED IN A RESIDENTIAL AREA OF 
            BRIGANTINE. 

1215 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ESE RANDOLPH, NJ      40.84N 74.54W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   COCORAHS         

            COCORAHS OBSERVER REPORTS TREES DOWN 
            BLOCKING ROLLING RIDGE ROAD AND SHONGUM ROAD 
            IN RANDOLPH TWP. 2.71 INCHES OF RAIN TOTAL. 

1215 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SW BURLINGTON TWP     40.06N 74.85W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES AND SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS DOWN IN 
            BURLINGTON. 

1221 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 E STRATHMORE          40.39N 74.18W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY 
            SOUTHBOUND SOUTH OF EXIT 116. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1224 PM     TROPICAL STORM   WEST FREEHOLD           40.25N 74.29W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 
            NEAR WEST MAIN STREET. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1228 PM     TROPICAL STORM   NEW CASTLE AIRPORT (KIL 39.68N 75.61W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   ASOS             

            ASOS REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 43 MPH 
            WITH GUSTS UP TO 58 MPH DURING THE STORM. 

1228 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 W RISING SUN          39.70N 76.08W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 276 
            AT RISING SUN ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1228 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE FREEHOLD          40.28N 74.26W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 79 NEAR 
            FREEHOLD ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1228 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MONTVILLE               40.91N 74.38W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREES AT SEVERAL POINTS ON I-287 IN 
            MORRIS COUNTY. LANE RESTRICTIONS WERE 
            REQUIRED NEAR EXITS 47, 37, AND 33. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1230 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MADISON                 40.76N 74.42W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            SEVERAL TREES UPROOTED AND POWER LINES DOWN 
            ACROSS MADISON BOROUGH. TIME ESTIMATED. 

1231 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 N ELKTON              39.62N 75.83W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 279 
            BETWEEN APPLETON ROAD AND BELLE HILL ROAD. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1233 PM     TROPICAL STORM   HOWELL                  40.16N 74.22W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            NUMEROUS TREES AND LIMBS DOWN AROUND HOWELL. 
            TRANSFORMERS BLOWING NEARBY. 

1234 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE WARREN            40.63N 74.47W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   PUBLIC           

            NUMEROUS LOCATIONS AROUND AND IN THE 07059 
            ZIP CODE DEALING WITH POWER LINES DOWN, 
            TREES DOWN AND INTO CARS, HOUSES, AND 
            COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS. POWER OUTAGES ALSO 
            REPORTED. 

1236 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW OCEAN GATE        39.94N 74.15W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            CWOP GAUGE REPORTED 46 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS 
            WITH GUSTS UP TO 52 MPH. 

1239 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW FAIR HILL         39.72N 75.88W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 213 
            NEAR ROCK CHURCH ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1242 PM     TROPICAL STORM   STONE HARBOR            39.06N 74.77W
08/04/2020                   ANZ453             NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            HADS GAUGE REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 50 
            MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 69 MPH. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   OLD BRIDGE              40.36N 74.34W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREES DOWN ONTO HOUSE. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SW FREEHOLD           40.25N 74.28W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREE DOWN ON A ROOF IN FREEHOLD... TRAINED 
            SPOTTER MEASURED 61 MPH PEAK GUSTS. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   SAYREVILLE              40.46N 74.36W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROAD 535. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   DENVILLE                40.86N 74.50W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE LIMBS DOWN IN DENVILLE, NJ. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MEDFORD TWP.            39.91N 74.83W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREE UPROOTED NEAR MEDFORD-MOUNT HOLLY RD 
            AND TURTLE CREEK DRIVE IN MEDFORD, NJ. 

1245 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW SEA ISLE CITY     39.14N 74.70W
08/04/2020                   CAPE MAY           NJ   PUBLIC           

            PICTURE ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF 4 LARGE TREES 
            UPROOTED AND RESTING AGAINST A HOUSE AT 67TH 
            STREET AND LANDIS AVENUE IN SEA ISLE CITY. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

1246 PM     TROPICAL STORM   NORTH LONG BRANCH       40.31N 73.99W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            LIVE WIRES DOWN ON FLORENCE AVENUE. 

1250 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSE TOMS RIVER        39.94N 74.19W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN NEAR BEACHWOOD BLVD AND ROUTE 9 
            IN BEACHWOOD. 

1250 PM     TROPICAL STORM   BAYVILLE                39.91N 74.15W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN NEAR CHAIN BLVD AND ROUTE 9 IN 
            BAYVILLE. 

1250 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE METUCHEN          40.56N 74.35W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SPOTTER REPORTS A SNAPPED TREE AND 2 SHEDS 
            WERE DESTROYED IN EDISON ON CALVERT AVE. 

1253 PM     TROPICAL STORM   EWING                   40.27N 74.80W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN IN EWING 
            TOWNSHIP. ALSO 5 INCHES OF RAIN HAS FALLEN. 

1254 PM     TROPICAL STORM   ISELIN                  40.58N 74.33W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NEAR 
            EXIT 132. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1256 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ESE HIGHLAND PARK     40.49N 74.39W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE NORTH OF 
            EXIT 9. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1256 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE METUCHEN          40.56N 74.35W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            LARGE BRANCHES DOWN AND A SHED DESTROYED IN 
            EDISON ON CALVERT AVE. 

1258 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ESE WAGONTOWN         40.00N 75.82W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR THE INTERSECTION 
            OF STATE HIGHWAY 82 AND STATE HIGHWAY 340. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1259 PM     TROPICAL STORM   HIGHLAND PARK           40.50N 74.42W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   NEW BRITAIN             40.33N 75.17W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE BRANCHES DOWN. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   HILLSBOROUGH TWP        40.51N 74.68W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREE UPROOTED IN HILLSBOROUGH TWP. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   TOMS RIVER              39.95N 74.20W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            PATIO DAMAGE NEAR TOMS RIVER. TREES AND 
            WIRES DOWN AS WELL. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   COLUMBUS                40.08N 74.72W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE LIMBS AND BRANCHES DOWN IN COLUMBUS. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   LIMA                    39.92N 75.43W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR BARREN ROAD AND 
            VAN LEER AVENUE. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 S JAMESBURG           40.33N 74.44W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            4 TREES DOWN IN MONROE TOWNSHIP. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE ABSECON           39.44N 74.49W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            MULTIPLE TREES DOWN IN THE ABSECON AREA, 
            SEVERAL DOWN ON CARS AND HOUSES. 

0100 PM     TROPICAL STORM   VOORHEES TWP            39.86N 74.95W
08/04/2020                   CAMDEN             NJ   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TREES AND LARGE BRANCHES DOWN. 

0104 PM     TROPICAL STORM   READINGTON              40.57N 74.73W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   PUBLIC           

            NUMEROUS TREES AND WIRES DOWN IN READINGTON 
            TOWNSHIP. 

0105 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ESE MANASQUAN         40.12N 74.03W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   MESONET          

            NJWXNET GAUGE MEASURED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 
            50 MPH WITH GUSTS AS HIGH AS 64 MPH. 

0105 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSE BRIDGEWATER       40.58N 74.63W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE, POLE, AND WIRES NEAR U.S. 
            HIGHWAY 206. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0106 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE CORDOVA           38.89N 75.96W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 303 
            NEAR TRAPPERS CORNER ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0110 PM     TROPICAL STORM   BEAR                    39.57N 75.75W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREES DOWN AND FENCE DAMAGE. 

0112 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSE SKIPTON           38.88N 76.05W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 662 
            NEAR THREE BRIDGE BRANCH ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0115 PM     TROPICAL STORM   BRICK                   40.01N 74.06W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN IN BRICK. 

0115 PM     TROPICAL STORM   EAGLEVILLE              40.16N 75.40W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            MEASURED 40-42 MPH PEAK SUSTAINED WINDS. 

0115 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HIGHTSTOWN              40.27N 74.52W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN ON AN APARTMENT COMPLEX IN 
            HIGHTSTOWN. 

0116 PM     TROPICAL STORM   LEHIGH VALLEY INTERNATI 40.65N 75.44W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   ASOS             

            ASOS REPORTED SUSTAINED WINDS UP TO 39 MPH 
            WITH GUSTS UP TO 52 MPH DURING THE STORM. 

0118 PM     TROPICAL STORM   ATLANTIC CITY           39.38N 74.42W
08/04/2020                   ANZ452             NJ   MESONET          

            HADS GAUGE AT THE ATLANTIC CITY MARINA 
            MEASURED 40 MPH SUSTAINED WINDS WITH 65 MPH 
            GUSTS. 

0120 PM     TROPICAL STORM   WILLINGBORO             40.03N 74.89W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   UTILITY COMPANY  

            NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN ACROSS 
            WILLINGBORO CLOSING ROADS. 

0120 PM     TROPICAL STORM   3 NE BRIGANTINE         39.43N 74.34W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   PUBLIC           

            VIDEO ON SOCIAL MEDIA OF SUSTAINED WINDS OF 
            50-60 MPH BEING MEASURED ON A HANDHELD 
            ANEMOMETER. 

0124 PM     TROPICAL STORM   3 ENE EAST BRANDYWINE T 40.05N 75.72W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN SIRES ON CREEK ROAD NEAR 
            DORIANS MILL ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0127 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SW PRINCETON          40.33N 74.69W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 NEAR QUAKER 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0130 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 S ASBURY PARK         40.21N 74.02W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 71 NEAR STATE 
            HIGHWAY 33. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORTS. 

0130 PM     TROPICAL STORM   EAST GREENVILLE         40.40N 75.50W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            LARGE BRANCH DOWN (APPROX 6 INCHES IN 
            DIAMETER). 

0130 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 W ROBBINSVILLE TWP.   40.23N 74.66W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED POLE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 33 
            NEAR YARDVILLE-HAMILTON SQUARE ROAD. TIME 
            ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0131 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 ENE MADISON           40.76N 74.40W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 24 NEAR EXIT 7. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0131 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 N BYRAM               40.45N 75.07W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 NEAR 
            KINGWOOD STATION-BARBERTOWN ROAD. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0135 PM     TROPICAL STORM   SPARTA                  41.04N 74.63W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TREES DOWN IN SPARTA. 

0137 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SSE GREEN TWP         40.93N 74.79W
08/04/2020                   WARREN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-80 WESTBOUND NEAR THE 
            ALLAMUCHY REST AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            AREA. 

0143 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WNW UPPER PITTSGROVE  39.63N 75.25W
08/04/2020                   SALEM              NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON U.S. HIGHWAY 40 
            EAST OF COMMISSIONERS PIKE. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0144 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 E TOMS RIVER          39.95N 74.17W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE UPROOTED ON GOLD AVE IN TOMS 
            RIVER. 

0145 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE LINCROFT           40.35N 74.11W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NEAR 
            EXIT 109. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORTS. 

0145 PM     TROPICAL STORM   LEHIGH TWP              40.76N 75.54W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            NUMEROUS TREES DOWN IN LEHIGH TOWNSHIP. 

0146 PM     TROPICAL STORM   WHITEHALL TWP           40.63N 75.47W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            SPOTTER REPORTS WINDS OF 45+ MPH WITH A PEAK 
            GUST OF 55 MPH. NUMEROUS LARGE TREE LIMBS 
            DOWN AROUND WHITEHALL TWP. 

0147 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SE WEST GOSHEN        39.95N 75.56W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR LITTLE SHILOH ROAD 
            AND FIVE POINTS ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0148 PM     TROPICAL STORM   ASBURY PARK             40.21N 74.01W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            LARGE TREE UPROOTED ON MAIN AVE IN OCEAN 
            GROVE. 

0148 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE SUSSEX             41.22N 74.59W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 284 NEAR LAYTON 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0149 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 S ANDOVER             40.96N 74.74W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 NEAR COUNTY 
            ROAD 517. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0150 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MIDDLETOWN              40.40N 74.12W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 35 NEAR KINGS 
            HIGHWAY. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0150 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE WHARTON           40.91N 74.58W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            SEVERAL REPORTS OF TREES DOWN ON I-80 IN 
            MORRIS COUNTY, INCLUDING NEAR EXITS 34 AND 
            42. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0158 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MENDHAM                 40.78N 74.60W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE AND POWER POLE DOWN BLOCKING A 
            ROADWAY. 

0158 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW BETHEL TWP        39.86N 75.50W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE DOWN BLOCKING FEATHERBED LANE 
            NEAR ROUTE 322. 

0159 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE ALLENTOWN          40.19N 74.57W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-195 EASTBOUND RAMP FROM 
            EXIT 8. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NW WEST WINDSOR TWP.  40.32N 74.65W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED POLE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR CARNEGIE 
            CENTER BOULEVARD. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNE WEST CHESTER      39.98N 75.59W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON GOSHEN ROAD NEAR PHOENIXVILLE 
            PIKE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   RANDOLPH, NJ            40.85N 74.57W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN IN RANDOLPH. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   NORTH LONG BRANCH       40.31N 73.99W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TELEPHONE POLES SNAPPED ON RT 36 IN 
            LONG BRANCH. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   BARNEGAT                39.75N 74.22W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            2 UTILITY POLES DOWN ON ROUT 9 IN BARNEGAT. 
            TIME ESTIMATED. 

0200 PM     TROPICAL STORM   DOVER                   40.89N 74.56W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS AND BRANCHES DOWN 
            IN DOVER. 

0201 PM     TROPICAL STORM   KEYPORT                 40.44N 74.20W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            NUMEROUS TREE LIMBS AND WIRES DOWN IN THE 
            KEYPORT AREA WITH ASSOCIATED POWER OUTAGES. 

0207 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NE BURLINGTON TWP     40.08N 74.81W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN BLOCKING COLUMBUS 
            ROAD IN BURLINGTON. 

0208 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SW MCPHERSON          40.59N 74.87W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON STATE HIGHWAY 31 NEAR PAYNE 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0210 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SW RANCOCAS           39.98N 74.90W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   MESONET          

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM 
            2 SW RANCOCAS. NJWXNET SITE IN MOORESTOWN 
            MEASURED A 39 MPH SUSTAINED WIND WITH GUSTS 
            UP TO 52 MPH DURING THE STORM. 

0210 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSW LAWRENCE TWP      40.26N 74.74W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 206 NEAR EGGERT 
            CROSSING ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0214 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WSW ROSENHAYN         39.47N 75.17W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 56 
            NEAR GARTON ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0216 PM     TROPICAL STORM   BECKETT                 39.75N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   PUBLIC           

            UPROOTED TREE DOWN ONTO A HOUSE IN THE 
            BECKETT SECTION OF LOGAN TOWNSHIP. 

0217 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE BASKING RIDGE     40.73N 74.54W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON I-287 SOUTHBOUND RAMP TO EXIT 
            30. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0224 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WNW POCOPSON TWP      39.92N 75.66W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR WAWASET ROAD AND 
            LENAPE UNIONVILLE ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0229 PM     TROPICAL STORM   FORKED RIVER            39.84N 74.20W
08/04/2020                   OCEAN              NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN FORKED RIVER 
            ON WILLIAMS STREET. POWER IS ALSO OUT. 

0230 PM     TROPICAL STORM   RED BANK                40.35N 74.07W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN ONTO A HOUSE IN RED BANK. TIME 
            ESTIMATED. 

0230 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 NNE MOUNT LAUREL      39.97N 74.87W
08/04/2020                   BURLINGTON         NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREE DOWN ON POWER LINES NEAR UNION MILL RD 
            AND ARK RD. 

0242 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NNW UPPER MILFORD TWP 40.50N 75.53W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED UTILITY ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 NEAR 
            CHESTNUT STREET. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0300 PM     TROPICAL STORM   NEW BRUNSWICK           40.49N 74.44W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL LARGE TREE BRANCHES DOWN, SOME ON 
            WIRES. 

0310 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SE SPRINGTOWN         40.54N 75.27W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN WIRES ON LEHNENBERG ROAD NEAR 
            SLIFER VALLEY ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0313 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SSW CHERRY HILL       39.64N 75.86W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIND-BLOWN DEBRIS CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 545 
            NEAR ZEITLER LANE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0319 PM     TROPICAL STORM   KEYPORT                 40.44N 74.20W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            POWER OUT WITH MULTIPLE TREES AND LINES 
            DOWN. 

0330 PM     TROPICAL STORM   SANDY HOOK              40.47N 74.01W
08/04/2020                   MONMOUTH           NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            GAUGE AT SANDY HOOK REPORTS SUSTAIN WINDS UP 
            TO 52 MPH AND GUSTS AS HIGH AS 67 MPH. 

0330 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MORRISTOWN              40.79N 74.48W
08/04/2020                   MORRIS             NJ   PUBLIC           

            A FEW TREES DOWN AROUND MORRISTOWN ALONG 
            WITH OTHER WIND DAMAGE. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0330 PM     TROPICAL STORM   HOPEWELL                40.39N 74.76W
08/04/2020                   MERCER             NJ   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL LARGE TREE LIMBS AND TREES DOWN IN 
            HOPEWELL. 

0331 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE EAST NANTMEAL TWP 40.13N 75.69W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON POTTSTOWN PIKE NEAR HORSESHOE 
            TRAIL. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0347 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 S PERKIOMENVILLE      40.32N 75.48W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE IN WIRES NEAR THE INTERSECTION 
            OF DEEP CREEK ROAD AND GRAVEL PIKE. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0350 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 N EASTLAWN GARDENS    40.77N 75.30W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED UTILITY ON FILETOWN ROAD. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0400 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WNW LOWER SOUTHAMPTON 40.17N 75.03W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN ON SYCAMORE DR. 

0400 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 SE DELAWARE WATER GAP 40.97N 75.12W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   PUBLIC           

            LARGE TREE BLOCKING HALF THE ROAD ON PA 611 
            NORTH NEAR POINT OF GAP OVERLOOK. TIME 
            ESTIMATED. 

0400 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SSE HIGHLAND LAKES    41.16N 74.46W
08/04/2020                   SUSSEX             NJ   CO-OP OBSERVER   

            COOP OBSERVER AT HIGHLAND LAKES REPORTS THAT 
            A LARGE TREE FELL AND DESTROYED HIS RAIN 
            GAUGE AND THE DECK IT WAS ATTACHED TO. THE 
            GAUGE HAD OVER 5 INCHES OVER RAIN IN IT 
            BEFORE IT WAS DESTROYED. TIME ESTIMATED. 

0404 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 NW DEVAULT            40.09N 75.55W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF 
            CHARLESTOWN ROAD AND SWISS LANE. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0408 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 WSW GREEN BROOK TWP   40.60N 74.49W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED UTILITY ON U.S. HIGHWAY 22 NEAR 
            WARRENVILLE AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0409 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 ENE LOWER TOWAMENSING 40.84N 75.49W
08/04/2020                   CARBON             PA   PUBLIC           

            DOWNED UTILITY ON KUNKLETOWN ROAD NEAR THE 
            MONROE/CARBON COUNTY BORDER. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0412 PM     TROPICAL STORM   1 SW SOUTH AMBOY        40.48N 74.29W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 9 NEAR STATE 
            HIGHWAY 35. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0419 PM     TROPICAL STORM   2 WSW NORTH BRUNSWICK   40.46N 74.51W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DOWNED TREE AND WIRES ON STATE HIGHWAY 27 
            NEAR COZZENS LANE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0430 PM     TROPICAL STORM   MORRISVILLE             40.21N 74.78W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL TREES DOWN. 

0445 PM     TROPICAL STORM   METUCHEN                40.54N 74.36W
08/04/2020                   MIDDLESEX          NJ   PUBLIC           

            TREES DOWN. 


&&

$$

CMS/AS/NC/MJG/LR

Flash Flood Reports

NWUS51 KPHI 070728
LSRPHI

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ
328 AM EDT FRI AUG 7 2020

...ISAIAS FLOODING REPORTS...

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1245 AM     FLASH FLOOD      3 ESE BETHLEHEM TWP     40.65N 74.97W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON MULHOCKAWAY CREEK IN CLINTON 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1245 PM AND CRESTED 
            AT 5.98 FEET AT 130 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0740 AM     FLOOD            1 NE CLAYMONT           39.81N 75.44W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON EXIT 5 RAMP OF INTERSTATE 495 TO 
            NAAMANS ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0829 AM     FLOOD            WEST EASTON             40.67N 75.24W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF IRON 
            STREET AND GLENDON HILL ROAD. LANE 
            RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0830 AM     FLASH FLOOD      UPPER MERION            40.09N 75.37W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES IN UPPER MERION. 

0830 AM     FLASH FLOOD      NORRISTOWN              40.12N 75.33W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            MULTIPLE WATER RESCUES IN NORRISTOWN AREA. 

0830 AM     FLOOD            CHESTER                 38.97N 76.29W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   PUBLIC           

            STREET FLOODING IN CHESTER, MD. 

0833 AM     FLOOD            HATFIELD                40.28N 75.30W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            RESIDENTIAL STREET FLOODING IN HATFIELD. 

0840 AM     FLOOD            1 SSW COLLEGEVILLE      40.17N 75.46W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            PARTS OF ROUTE 113 AND ROUTE 29 FLOODED. 

0846 AM     FLOOD            GLENDON                 40.67N 75.24W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF 25TH 
            STREET AND MAIN STREET IN GLENDON. LANE 
            RESTRICTIONS REQUIRED. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0900 AM     FLASH FLOOD      3 SSW SKIPTON           38.85N 76.08W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 662 BETWEEN SHARP 
            ROAD AND PLEASANT VALLEY DRIVE. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORTS AND SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS. 

0937 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S TRAPPE              38.65N 76.06W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            U.S. HIGHWAY 50 WESTBOUND CLOSED AT BARBER 
            ROAD FROM FLASH FLOODING. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0938 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE WAYNE              40.05N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   BROADCAST MEDIA  

            LIVE VIDEO SHOWING FLASH FLOODING IN RADNOR 
            TWP. 

0945 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 S BROOKSIDE           39.64N 75.73W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS FLASH FLOOD REPORT FROM 2 
            S BROOKSIDE. THE GAUGE ON THE CHRISTINA 
            RIVER AT COOCHS BRIDGE REACHED FLOOD STAGE 
            AT 945 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.98 FEET (MAJOR 
            FLOODING) AT 332 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0952 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 W HELLERTOWN          40.58N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED FRIEDENSVILLE ROAD 
            NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF MEADOWS ROAD. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1018 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 N ELK TWP             39.74N 75.87W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 841 NEAR 
            LEWISVILLE ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1024 AM     COASTAL FLOOD    1 SSE PORT NORRIS       39.23N 75.03W
08/04/2020                   ANZ431             NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            BIVALVE TIDAL GAUGE CRESTED IN MODERATE 
            FLOOD AT 8.79FT. 

1026 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 W ELKTON              39.61N 75.87W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 40 NEAR 
            THIOKOL ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1029 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SE LANDLITH           39.74N 75.52W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING ON 12TH STREET CLOSED THE 
            ROAD AND EXIT RAMPS FROM I-495. TIME BASED 
            ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1030 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE LAWRENCE PARK      39.98N 75.33W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            DARBY CREEK ROAD CLOSED NEAR LAWRENCE ROAD 
            FROM FLASH FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1035 AM     FLASH FLOOD      ELKTON                  39.61N 75.82W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            STATE HIGHWAY 7 CLOSED AT HOWARD STREET FROM 
            A COMBINATION OF COASTAL FLOODING AND FLASH 
            FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1037 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 N TROUT LAKE          40.01N 75.35W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED BRYN MAWR AVENUE NEAR 
            MILL ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1039 AM     FLOOD            1 SE ROXBOROUGH         39.99N 75.21W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON INTERSTATE 76 NEAR THE 
            MONTGOMERY DRIVE EXIT WITH LANE RESTRICTIONS 
            IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1040 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSW SUMMERDALE        40.02N 75.10W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON FRANKFORD CREEK AT PHILADELPHIA 
            REACHED MODERATE FLOOD STAGE WHEN IT CRESTED 
            AT 9.81 FT THIS AFTERNOON. 

1041 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 WSW MARCUS HOOK       39.81N 75.43W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED BLUEBALL AVENUE NEAR 10TH 
            STREET. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1043 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE CHESTER            38.98N 76.28W
08/04/2020                   QUEEN ANNES       MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN PINEY 
            CREEK ROAD AND MAIN STREET FORCED ROAD 
            CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1044 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSW MANTUA            39.95N 75.20W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON UNIVERSITY AVENUE NEAR 38TH 
            STREET WITH SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES AND LANE 
            RESTRICTIONS IN THE AREA. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1045 AM     COASTAL FLOOD    3 S KITTS HUMMOCK       39.06N 75.40W
08/04/2020                   KENT               DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            TIDAL GAUGE ON THE MURDERKILL RIVER AT 
            BOWERS BEACH CRESTED IN MINOR FLOOD STAGE AT 
            7.02 FT THIS MORNING. 

1045 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 W BARKSDALE           39.67N 75.83W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   OTHER FEDERAL    

            GAUGE ON BIG ELK CREEK AT ELK MILLS CRESTED 
            AT 12.88 FT, CORRESPONDING TO MAJOR FLOOD 
            STAGE. 

1100 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NW SPRINGFIELD TWP    39.94N 75.35W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR OLD MARPLE ROAD AND STATE 
            HIGHWAY 320 WITH SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN 
            THE AREA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

1100 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSE EASTBURN HEIGHTS  39.70N 75.67W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE WHITE CLAY CREEK AT NEWARK 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1100 AM AND CRESTED 
            AT 16.49 FEET (0.01 FT SHY OF MAJOR FLOOD 
            STAGE) AT 745 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

1111 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE LENAPE             39.93N 75.62W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED BIRMINGHAM ROAD NEAR RITLERY 
            DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1112 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MILLVILLE               39.40N 75.04W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 47 NEAR BROAD 
            STREET IN MILLVILLE. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1115 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSW KING OF PRUSSIA   40.08N 75.39W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING FORCED CLOSURES ON INTERSTATE 76 
            NEAR THE U.S. HIGHWAY 202 INTERCHANGE. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1115 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S UPPER HANOVER TWP   40.39N 75.52W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            USGS GAUGE ON PERKIOMEN CREEK AT EAST 
            GREENVILE CRESTED AT 9.57 FT AT 3:46 PM 
            (AFTER HITTING MINOR FLOOD AT 11:15 AM) 
            WHICH IS ABOVE MAJOR FLOOD STAGE. 

1115 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 WNW PENN WYNNE        39.99N 75.30W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED HAVERFORD ROAD NEAR 
            KARAKUNG DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1116 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NE UPPER OXFORD TWP   39.85N 75.94W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 926 NEAR STATE 
            HIGHWAY 10. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1120 AM     FLASH FLOOD      CHESTER TWP             39.85N 75.39W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED CONCORD ROAD NEAR I-95. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1120 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 W NORTH EAST          39.60N 75.97W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 7 AT WELLS 
            CAMP ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1122 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SW CHESAPEAKE CITY    39.51N 75.83W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 213 AT BASIL 
            AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1130 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NW CHESTER HEIGHTS    39.90N 75.48W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 1 NEAR 
            VALLEYBROOK ROAD FORCED ROAD CLOSURES. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1132 AM     FLOOD            2 ESE SOUTH PHILADELPHI 39.90N 75.17W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON I-95 NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 611. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1139 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MANTUA                  39.79N 75.17W
08/04/2020                   GLOUCESTER         NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            CORRECTS PREVIOUS TROPICAL STORM REPORT FROM 
            MANTUA. FLASH FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 45 
            NEAR BERKELEY ROAD. ALL LANES CLOSED. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1140 AM     FLOOD            2 NE ANCIENT OAKS       40.57N 75.55W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF HAMILTON 
            BOULEVARD AND SCHANTZ ROAD. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1141 AM     FLASH FLOOD      NORTH EAST              39.60N 75.94W
08/04/2020                   CECIL              MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            STATE HIGHWAY 272 SOUTHBOUND AT RONEY AVENUE 
            CLOSED FROM FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      BRIDGEPORT              40.11N 75.35W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN 
            NORRISTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 AM ON 
            AUGUST 4 AND CRESTED AT 20.55 FEET (MAJOR 
            FLOODING) AT 1200 AM ON AUGUST 5. 

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 ENE SCHWENKSVILLE     40.26N 75.43W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE EAST BRANCH PERKIOMEN CREEK 
            AT SCHWENKSVILLE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 
            AM AND CRESTED AT 13.20 FEET (MAJOR 
            FLOODING) AT 645 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNE MARSHALLTON       39.97N 75.67W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE EAST BRANCH BRANDYWINE 
            CREEK AT DOWNINGTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 
            1145 AM AND CRESTED AT 13.59 FEET (MAJOR 
            FLOODING) AT 431 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 E LONDON BRITAIN TWP  39.75N 75.77W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            GAUGE ON THE WHITE CLAY CREEK AT 
            STRICKERSVILLE REACHED A VALUE OF 13.1 FT 
            WHICH CORRESPONDS TO MAJOR FLOOD STAGE. 

1145 AM     FLASH FLOOD      MODENA                  39.96N 75.80W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE 
            CREEK AT MODENA REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1145 
            AM AND CRESTED AT 9.56 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) 
            AT 1230 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

1146 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SW PENNSBURG          40.37N 75.52W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH OF THE PERKIOMEN 
            CREEK AT HILLEGASS CRESTED AT 6.68 FT AT 
            12:45PM (AFTER REACHING MINOR FLOOD AT 
            11:46). THE CREST WAS IN THE MODERATE FLOOD 
            CATEGORY. 

1150 AM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SE OAKS               40.11N 75.42W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 363 NEAR 
            AUDUBON ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1152 AM     FLASH FLOOD      1 ESE EAST CALN TWP     40.02N 75.67W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 30 NEAR THE 
            LANCASTER AVENUE INTERCHANGE. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1154 AM     COASTAL FLOOD    2 SE DELAWARE CITY      39.55N 75.57W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            TIDAL GAUGE ON THE DELAWARE BAY AT REEDY 
            POINT CRESTED IN MINOR FLOOD STAGE AT 7.81 
            FT THIS AFTERNOON. 

1155 AM     COASTAL FLOOD    WITTMAN                 38.80N 76.30W
08/04/2020                   TALBOT             MD   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            COASTAL FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 33 
            NEAR COOPER LANE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      KING OF PRUSSIA         40.09N 75.38W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 202 NEAR THE I-76 
            INTERCHANGE WITH ROAD CLOSURES IN THE AREA. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      SKIPPACK TWP            40.23N 75.41W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            SEVERAL WATER RESCUES WITHING SKIPPACK 
            TOWNSHIP. 

1200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      SPRING CITY             40.18N 75.55W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   PUBLIC           

            WATER FLOWING ON ROADWAY IN SPRING CITY. 

1200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      HACKETTSTOWN            40.85N 74.83W
08/04/2020                   WARREN             NJ   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            TRIBUTARY CREEKS OF THE MUSCONETCONG RIVER 
            HAVE OVERFLOWED THEIR BANKS RESULTING IN 
            FLOODED ROADWAYS. 

1200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      WOODDALE                39.76N 75.64W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON RED CLAY CREEK AT WOODDALE 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1200 PM AND CRESTED 
            AT 10.88 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 517 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

1202 PM     FLASH FLOOD      GRATERFORD              40.23N 75.45W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON PERKIOMEN CREEK AT GRATERFORD 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1202 PM AND CRESTED 
            AT 19.14 FEET (RECORD FLOODING) AT 815 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

1206 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SSE TATAMY            40.72N 75.24W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON ZUCKSVILLE ROAD NEAR BUSHKILL 
            DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1211 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 E NAZARETH            40.74N 75.30W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON TATAMY ROAD NEAR FRIENDENSTHAL 
            AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1213 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S BECHTELSVILLE       40.36N 75.63W
08/04/2020                   BERKS              PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 100 NEAR 
            SWAMP CREEK ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1215 PM     FLASH FLOOD      GREEN RIDGE             39.87N 75.41W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON CHESTER CREEK AT CHESTER 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1215 PM AND CRESTED 
            AT 17.10 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 200 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

1216 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 WSW PLEASANT VALLEY   40.73N 75.06W
08/04/2020                   WARREN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 57 NEAR 
            ASBURY BROADWAY ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1220 PM     FLASH FLOOD      NORTH COVENTRY TWP      40.23N 75.65W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            NUMEROUS WATER RESCUES AND BASEMENT 
            FLOODING. 6.72 INCHES OF RAIN HAS FALLEN. 

1221 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 ENE BETHLEHEM TWP     40.67N 75.31W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED FARMERSVILLE ROAD NEAR 
            EASTON AVENUE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1228 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 ESE WEST BRANDYWINE T 40.04N 75.80W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED SWINEHART ROAD NEAR 
            BEAVER CREEK ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EASTON                  40.69N 75.21W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   PUBLIC           

            FLOODING AT BLUE RESTAURANT IN EASTON PA, 
            WITH NUMEROUS ROADS IN THE AREA FLOODED. 
            RAIN TOTALS NEAR 6-7INCHES. 

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SSW ALLENTOWN         40.58N 75.48W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE LITTLE LEHIGH RIVER IN 
            ALLENTOWN (ALLP1) REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 
            1230 PM AND CRESTED AT 12.76 FEET (RECORD 
            FLOODING) AT 415 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EDDYSTONE               39.86N 75.35W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 13 NEAR BULLENS 
            LANE FORCED ITS CLOSURE. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      THORNTON                39.91N 75.48W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED STONY BANK ROAD NORTH 
            OF U.S. HIGHWAY 1. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORTS. 

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      EXTON                   40.03N 75.63W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF BUSINESS 
            U.S. HIGHWAY 30 AND STATE HIGHWAY 100 IN 
            EXTON. SEVERAL ROAD CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME 
            BASED ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND RADAR. 

1230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSE GLEN GARDNER      40.69N 74.94W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON SPRUCE RUN IN GLEN GARDNER 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1230 PM AND CRESTED 
            AT 7.90 FEET AT 115 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

1233 PM     FLASH FLOOD      UWCHLAN TWP             40.05N 75.63W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED SHIP ROAD NEAR 
            NEWCOMEN ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

1236 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S MUHLENBERG TWP      40.37N 75.93W
08/04/2020                   BERKS              PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            ROAD CLOSURES ON STATE HIGHWAY 12 FROM FLASH 
            FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

1245 PM     FLASH FLOOD      COATESVILLE             39.99N 75.83W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE 
            CREEK AT COATESVILLE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 
            1245 PM AND CRESTED AT 7.28 FEET (MINOR 
            FLOODING) AT 145 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0100 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNE BOSSARDSVILLE     40.94N 75.27W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED CHERRY VALLEY ROAD 
            NEAR GOODALE ROAD. TIME BASED ON A 
            COMBINATION OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND DISPATCH 
            REPORTS. 

0100 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 WSW CLOVERHILL        40.47N 74.83W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE NESHANIC RIVER IN REAVILLE 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 100 PM AND CRESTED AT 
            9.31 FEET AT 345 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0110 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNE PUGHTOWN          40.17N 75.66W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 23 NEAR STATE 
            HIGHWAY 100. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0114 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NW UPPER SAUCON TWP   40.55N 75.42W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED STATE HIGHWAY 309 NEAR 
            SAUCON VALLEY ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0115 PM     FLASH FLOOD      CHADDS FORD TWP         39.87N 75.59W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON BRANDYWINE CREEK AT CHADDS FORD 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 115 PM AND CRESTED AT 
            14.32 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 1115 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

0115 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SW WRIGHTSTOWN TWP    40.25N 75.01W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON NESHAMINY CREEK AT PENNS PARK 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 115 PM AND CRESTED AT 
            17.12 FEET (MODERATE FLOODING) AT 830 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

0130 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNW SCIOTA            40.95N 75.33W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING ON APPENZELL CREEK DAMAGED A 
            PORT OF PENNSYLVANIA CREEK ROAD. TIME 
            ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0130 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 WSW EMMAUS            40.53N 75.52W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING DAMAGED INDIAN CREEK ROAD 
            NEAR MOUNTAIN ROAD AND SAUERKRAUT LANE. TIME 
            ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0130 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 N EMMAUS              40.57N 75.50W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   PUBLIC           

            LITTLE LEHIGH CREEK IS OUT OF ITS BANKS. 

0139 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 NW BATH               40.75N 75.42W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING CLOSED GROUSE DRIVE NEAR WHITETAIL 
            DEER DRIVE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0142 PM     COASTAL FLOOD    2 ESE PLEASANTVILLE     39.38N 74.49W
08/04/2020                   ATLANTIC           NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            TIDAL FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 40 NEAR 
            THE ATLANTIC CITY EXPRESSWAY. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0145 PM     FLASH FLOOD      ALLENTOWN               40.60N 75.47W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE LITTLE LEHIGH RIVER IN 
            ALLENTOWN (APAP1) REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 145 
            PM AND CRESTED AT 12.69 FEET (MAJOR 
            FLOODING) AT 445 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0145 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 SE HONEY BROOK TWP    40.07N 75.86W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE WEST BRANCH BRANDYWINE 
            CREEK AT HONEYBROOK CRESTED AT 8.52 FT, 1.5 
            FT ABOVE THE GAUGES MINOR FLOOD STAGE. 

0148 PM     FLOOD            2 E BRODHEADSVILLE      40.93N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON GREENVIEW DRIVE NEAR MCILHANEY 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0153 PM     FLASH FLOOD      LEHIGH TWP              40.76N 75.54W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            MULTIPLE FLOODED ROADWAYS IN LEHIGH 
            TOWNSHIP. 

0156 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 ENE EASTLAWN GARDENS  40.75N 75.29W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            LAWN AVENUE CLOSED NEAR STONYBROOK DRIVE 
            FROM FLASH FLOODING. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0200 PM     COASTAL FLOOD    1 SSE PHILADELPHIA      39.93N 75.14W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   PUBLIC           

            TIDAL GAUGE ON THE DELAWARE RIVER AT 
            WASHINGTON STREET IN PHILADELPHIA CRESTED IN 
            MINOR FLOOD STAGE AT 9.13FT. 

0200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      MANTUA                  39.97N 75.19W
08/04/2020                   PHILADELPHIA       PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN 
            PHILADELPHIA REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 200 PM 
            AND CRESTED AT 13.28 FEET (MODERATE 
            FLOODING) AT 1100 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0200 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 S BETHLEHEM TWP       40.64N 75.33W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            SEVERAL REPORTS OF ROAD CLOSURES IN 
            BETHLEHEM. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0200 PM     FLOOD            1 WNW UPPER PROVIDENCE  39.93N 75.40W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON ORANGE STREET NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 
            1. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0200 PM     FLOOD            WERNERSVILLE            40.33N 76.08W
08/04/2020                   BERKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            SMALL STREAM AND POOR DRAINAGE FLOODING IN 
            WERNERSVILLE. 

0201 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 NE UPPER MACUNGIE TWP 40.59N 75.59W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON I-78 NEAR THE U.S. HIGHWAY 22 
            INTERCHANGE WITH CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME 
            BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0203 PM     FLOOD            HORSHAM                 40.19N 75.13W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            PARK IN HORSHAM COMPLETELY FLOODED. WATER IS 
            NEARING THE MAIN ROAD. 

0203 PM     FLOOD            1 E EAST ROCKHILL TWP   40.40N 75.25W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            VIDEO OF PERKIOMEN CREEK WELL OUT ITS BANKS 
            AND UP TO A HOME UPSTREAM OF PERKASIE. 

0205 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 NNW WILSON            40.70N 75.25W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING OF TATAMY ROAD AND ARNDT ROAD NEAR 
            BUSHKILL PARK DRIVE WITH SEVERAL ROAD 
            CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0213 PM     FLOOD            3 WNW UWCHLAN TWP       40.07N 75.68W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 100 NEAR I-76. 
            TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0218 PM     COASTAL FLOOD    BROOKLAWN               39.88N 75.12W
08/04/2020                   CAMDEN             NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            TIDAL FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 130 NEAR 
            STATE HIGHWAY 47. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0230 PM     FLASH FLOOD      2 ENE HEREFORD TWP      40.45N 75.52W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING DAMAGED POWDER VALLEY ROAD. 
            TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON NEARBY REPORTS AND 
            RADAR. 

0240 PM     FLOOD            1 NW TOBYHANNA          41.18N 75.43W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON HAP ARNOLD BOULEVARD IN 
            TOBYHANNA. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0244 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 E MACUNGIE            40.52N 75.54W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON BROOKSIDE ROAD NEAR BUCKEYE ROAD 
            FORCING ITS CLOSURE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0245 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 NNE OLEY              40.42N 75.76W
08/04/2020                   BERKS              PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING OF BIEBER CREEK DAMAGED ROADS 
            NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF FORGEDALE ROAD AND 
            SHEEP HILL ROAD. TIME ESTIMATED BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0248 PM     FLOOD            2 NE SCIOTA             40.96N 75.29W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIDESPREAD FLOODING NEAR U.S. HIGHWAY 209 
            AND PENSYL CREEK ROAD WITH NUMEROUS ROAD 
            CLOSURES IN PLACE. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORTS. 

0300 PM     COASTAL FLOOD    1 SSW BRISTOL           40.08N 74.87W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            TIDAL GAUGE ON THE DELAWARE RIVER AT 
            BURLINGTON CRESTED IN MODERATE FLOOD AT 10.6 
            FT THIS AFTERNOON. 

0302 PM     FLOOD            2 NE WARWICK TWP        40.19N 75.73W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            WIDESPREAD FLOODING ON SAINT PETERS ROAD AND 
            SCHOOL ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0303 PM     FLOOD            2 WSW EAST PENN TWP     40.76N 75.76W
08/04/2020                   CARBON             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING NEAR STATE HIGHWAY 895 NEAR 
            LAUCHNOR ROAD AS LIZARD CREEK WENT OUT OF 
            ITS BANKS. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0303 PM     FLOOD            1 SSW LOWER TOWAMENSING 40.82N 75.53W
08/04/2020                   CARBON             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON LOWER SMITH GAP ROAD FORCING 
            ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0314 PM     FLOOD            SAYLORSBURG             40.90N 75.32W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            6.69 INCHES OF RAIN IN SAYLORSBURG, WITH 
            WIDESPREAD BASEMENT FLOODING. 

0315 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 E EAST ALLEN TWP      40.69N 75.39W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 512 NEAR STEUBEN 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0315 PM     FLOOD            SOUTH POTTSTOWN         40.24N 75.65W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE SCHUYLKILL RIVER IN 
            POTTSTOWN REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 315 PM AND 
            CRESTED AT 15.16 FEET AT 1045 PM ON AUGUST 
            4. 

0318 PM     FLASH FLOOD      WASHINGTON TWP          40.84N 75.22W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING OF WALTZ CREEK CLOSED STATE 
            HIGHWAY 191. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0319 PM     FLASH FLOOD      1 SSW LEESPORT          40.43N 75.98W
08/04/2020                   BERKS              PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON MAIN STREET NEAR GRANGE ROAD AND 
            MUCH OF THE SURROUNDING AREA WITH SEVERAL 
            ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0320 PM     FLASH FLOOD      3 NE ANCIENT OAKS       40.57N 75.54W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLASH FLOODING CLOSED PORTIONS OF I-78 IN 
            LEHIGH COUNTY. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0322 PM     FLOOD            1 N ELK TWP             39.74N 75.87W
08/04/2020                   CHESTER            PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON STATE HIGHWAY 841 NEAR 
            LEWISVILLE ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0326 PM     FLOOD            1 NW UPPER HANOVER TWP  40.42N 75.53W
08/04/2020                   MONTGOMERY         PA   PUBLIC           

            AMERICAN LEGION INUNDATED BY FLOOD WATER IN 
            EAST GREENVILLE. 

0330 PM     FLOOD            1 W GLENOLDEN           39.90N 75.30W
08/04/2020                   DELAWARE           PA   PUBLIC           

            FLOODING AT SOUTH AVE-MACDADE BLVD 
            INTERSECTION. 

0330 PM     FLOOD            PRICES CORNER           39.74N 75.62W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   PUBLIC           

            MINOR FLOODING IN PRICES CORNER WITH 5 
            INCHES OF RAIN. 

0337 PM     FLOOD            1 SSW ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 40.98N 75.22W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING IN SEVERAL AREAS IN STROUDSBURG 
            WITH NUMEROUS ROAD CLOSURES. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORTS. 

0345 PM     FLOOD            2 W STANTON             40.57N 74.87W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE SOUTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER 
            IN STANTON REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 345 PM AND 
            CRESTED AT 8.45 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) AT 530 
            PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0356 PM     FLOOD            1 ESE BATH              40.72N 75.37W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   PUBLIC           

            VIDEO ON SOCIAL MEDIA SHOWING A SMALL STREAM 
            WELL OUT OF ITS BANKS AND FLOODING A MOBILE 
            HOME NEIGHBORHOOD ON NEWBURG ROAD IN LOWER 
            NAZARETH TWP. 

0400 PM     FLOOD            OLEY                    40.39N 75.79W
08/04/2020                   BERKS              PA   PUBLIC           

            FLOODED ROADWAY IN OLEY. 

0407 PM     FLOOD            1 WSW SLATINGTON        40.75N 75.62W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   EMERGENCY MNGR   

            A 25-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX OFF OF 7TH 
            STREET IN SLATINGTON BOROUGH IS BEING 
            EVACUATED AS A RESULT OF FLOODING. RESIDENTS 
            ARE TEMPORARILY BEING EVACUATED TO NORTHERN 
            LEHIGH MIDDLE SCHOOL IN SLATINGTON BOROUGH. 
            A BERKS COUNTY HIGH WATER VEHICLE WAS 
            REQUESTED AND IS ON SCENE. 

0415 PM     FLOOD            2 SSE VILLAGE SHIRES    40.17N 74.96W
08/04/2020                   BUCKS              PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON NESHAMINY CREEK AT LANGHORNE 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 415 PM ON AUGUST 4 
            AND CRESTED AT 11.92 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) 
            AT 215 AM ON AUGUST 5. 

0415 PM     FLOOD            2 N HOPEWELL TWP.       39.47N 75.26W
08/04/2020                   CUMBERLAND         NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE COHANSEY RIVER IN SEELEY 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 415 PM AND CRESTED AT 
            6.31 FEET AT 630 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0455 PM     FLOOD            2 E BRODHEADSVILLE      40.93N 75.36W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON GREENVIEW DRIVE NEAR MCILHANEY 
            ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH REPORT. 

0516 PM     COASTAL FLOOD    2 N OLDMANS TWP.        39.78N 75.41W
08/04/2020                   SALEM              NJ   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            TIDAL FLOODING CLOSED U.S. HIGHWAY 130 NEAR 
            CENTER SQUARE ROAD. TIME BASED ON DISPATCH 
            REPORT. 

0519 PM     FLOOD            1 WSW SCIOTA            40.93N 75.33W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   DEPT OF HIGHWAYS 

            FLOODING ON U.S. HIGHWAY 209 BETWEEN 
            BROADHEADSVILLE AND SCIOTA. TIME BASED ON 
            DISPATCH REPORT. 

0530 PM     FLOOD            GLENDON                 40.67N 75.24W
08/04/2020                   NORTHAMPTON        PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE LEHIGH RIVER IN GLENDON 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 530 PM AND CRESTED AT 
            21.24 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 845 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

0545 PM     FLOOD            1 N DELAWARE WATER GAP  41.00N 75.14W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON BRODHEAD CREEK IN MINISINK 
            HILLS REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 545 PM AND 
            CRESTED AT 10.64 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) AT 
            1030 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0556 PM     FLOOD            HAMILTON                40.96N 75.28W
08/04/2020                   MONROE             PA   TRAINED SPOTTER  

            FLOODING OCCURRING IN THE VICINITY OF 
            MCMICHAEL CREEK NEAR SYNDERSVILLE/HAMILTON 
            TOWNSHIP. 

0615 PM     FLOOD            1 ENE PALMERTON         40.81N 75.60W
08/04/2020                   CARBON             PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON AQUASHICOLA CREEK IN PALMERTON 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 615 PM AND CRESTED AT 
            10.07 FEET (MAJOR FLOODING) AT 930 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 

0715 PM     FLOOD            1 NE HIGH BRIDGE        40.68N 74.88W
08/04/2020                   HUNTERDON          NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE SOUTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER 
            IN HIGH BRIDGE REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 715 PM 
            AND CRESTED AT 10.16 FEET (MINOR FLOODING) 
            AT 830 PM ON AUGUST 4. 

0920 PM     FLOOD            1 WSW WHITEHALL TWP     40.62N 75.48W
08/04/2020                   LEHIGH             PA   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON JORDAN CREEK IN ALLENTOWN 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 920 PM ON AUGUST 4 
            AND CRESTED AT 11.80 FEET (RECORD FLOODING) 
            AT 1250 AM ON AUGUST 5. 

1045 PM     FLOOD            HENRY CLAY              39.77N 75.58W
08/04/2020                   NEW CASTLE         DE   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON BRANDYWINE CREEK AT WILMINGTON 
            REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1045 PM ON AUGUST 4 
            AND CRESTED AT 18.62 FEET (MODERATE 
            FLOODING) AT 300 AM ON AUGUST 5. 

1100 PM     FLOOD            1 ESE BRANCHBURG TWP    40.56N 74.69W
08/04/2020                   SOMERSET           NJ   OTHER FEDERAL    

            THE GAUGE ON THE NORTH BRANCH RARITAN RIVER 
            AT SOUTH BRANCH REACHED FLOOD STAGE AT 1100 
            PM AND CRESTED AT 8.11 FEET AT 1115 PM ON 
            AUGUST 4. 


&&

$$

CMS/AS/NC/LR

Public Information Statement - Peak Wind Gusts

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
543 PM EDT Tue Aug 4 2020

...HIGHEST WIND REPORTS...

Location                     Speed     Time/Date       Provider             
       

...Delaware...

...Kent County...
Dover                        60 MPH    0854 AM 08/04   AWOS                 

...New Castle County...
2 NW Smyrna Landing          96 MPH    0915 AM 08/04   Dept of Highways     
Wilmington                   59 MPH    1231 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Blackbird Creek Townsend     51 MPH    0920 AM 08/04   DEOS2                

...Sussex County...
Indian River Bay Dewey Beach 68 MPH    1205 PM 08/04   DEOS2                
Dewey Beach                  68 MPH    1155 AM 08/04   WXFLOW              
Lewes                        67 MPH    1157 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Lewes NOS                    61 MPH    1154 AM 08/04   NOS-NWLON            
Indian River Bay Dewey Beach 61 MPH    0955 AM 08/04   DEOS2                
Millsboro, DE-Long Neck Suss 59 MPH    1005 AM 08/04   DEOS2                
Rehoboth Beach               58 MPH    1020 AM 08/04   DEOS2                
Georgetown                   58 MPH    0915 AM 08/04   ASOS                 
Lewes NOS                    57 MPH    0836 AM 08/04   NOS-NWLON            
Bethany Beach, DE-NGTS       55 MPH    0830 AM 08/04   DEOS2                
Lewes DE-Nassau              51 MPH    1210 PM 08/04   DEOS2                
Greenwood                    51 MPH    0925 AM 08/04   CWOP                 
Delmar, DE-Gumboro           50 MPH    0755 AM 08/04   DEOS2                

...Maryland...

...Cecil County...
North East MD-Landfill       56 MPH    1220 PM 08/04   DEOS2                

...Queen Annes County...
Grasonville                  71 MPH    1020 AM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Talbot County...
Easton Newnam                56 MPH    1050 AM 08/04   AWOS                 

...New Jersey...

...Atlantic County...
Pleasantville Point          66 MPH    1135 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Atlantic City International  66 MPH    1106 AM 08/04   ASOS                 
Forsythe                     62 MPH    1125 AM 08/04   RAWS                
3 NE Hammonton               52 MPH    1019 AM 08/04   AWOS                 

...Burlington County...
McGuire AFB                  62 MPH    1205 PM 08/04   AWOS                 
2 WSW Hainesport             60 MPH    0733 PM 08/03   NWS Employee         
Coyle Field                  56 MPH    0110 PM 08/04   RAWS                 
Tabernacle                   53 MPH    1112 AM 08/04   CWOP                

...Camden County...
Waterford Works              60 MPH    1025 AM 08/04   AWS                  

...Cape May County...
Cape May NOS                 75 MPH    1218 PM 08/04   NOS-NWLOW
Ocean City                   72 MPH    0949 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Wildwood                     62 MPH    1018 AM 08/04   AWOS                 
Ocean City                   59 MPH    0131 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Cape May                     59 MPH    0902 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Sea Isle City                57 MPH    1245 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Cape May                     51 MPH    0139 PM 08/04   AWOS                 

...Cumberland County...
Millville                    56 MPH    1034 AM 08/04   ASOS                 

...Hunterdon County...
Readington                   51 MPH    0316 PM 08/04   AWOS                 

...Mercer County...
Trenton                      58 MPH    1204 PM 08/04   ASOS               

...Middlesex County...
Perth Amboy                  66 MPH    1238 PM 08/04   WXFLOW               

...Monmouth County...
Monmouth                     56 MPH    1249 PM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Port Monmouth                54 MPH    0330 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Belmar Farmdale              53 MPH    1152 AM 08/04   AWOS                 
N.Middletown                 51 MPH    0117 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Monmouth Beach               50 MPH    1246 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Morris County...
Morristown                   59 MPH    1245 PM 08/04   AWOS                 
Succasunna                   51 MPH    1206 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Ocean County...
Berkeley Twp                 75 MPH    0755 PM 08/03   Mesonet              
Rutgers                      70 MPH    1143 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Berkeley Twp                 70 MPH    0751 PM 08/03   Public               
Toms River                   70 MPH    0751 PM 08/03   AWOS                 
Island Heights               69 MPH    1216 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 ENE Berkeley Twp           67 MPH    0751 PM 08/03   Public               
Beach Haven                  65 MPH    1221 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Seaside Heights              65 MPH    1220 PM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Rutgers                      65 MPH    1033 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Tuckerton                    64 MPH    0131 PM 08/04   WXFLOW               
North Beach Haven            64 MPH    1145 AM 08/04   CWOP                 
Beach Haven                  63 MPH    1136 AM 08/04   CWOP                 
Tuckerton                    61 MPH    1136 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Tuckerton                    61 MPH    1026 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Brick                        59 MPH    0819 PM 08/03   Mesonet              
Mantoloking                  59 MPH    0818 PM 08/03   Mesonet              
Seaside Heights              58 MPH    1130 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Mantoloking                  58 MPH    0819 PM 08/03   WXFLOW               
Toms River                   58 MPH    0759 PM 08/03   Trained Spotter      
Surf City                    57 MPH    1216 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
South Seaside Park           54 MPH    1130 AM 08/04   CWOP                 
Jackson                      51 MPH    1210 PM 08/04   RAWS                 

...Somerset County...
Neshanic Station             59 MPH    0817 PM 08/03   Public               
Bridgewater                  58 MPH    1220 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Pennsylvania...

...Bucks County...
Burlington NOS               51 MPH    1148 AM 08/04   NOS-PORTS            

...Chester County...
White Clay Creek West Grove- 65 MPH    1145 AM 08/04   DEOS2                

...Lehigh County...
Lehigh Valley Intl Airport   52 MPH    0115 PM 08/04   ASOS                 

...Monroe County...
Mt. Pocono                   51 MPH    0150 PM 08/04   ASOS                 

...Montgomery County...
Sr 309 N B @ I-276 Ft Washin 50 MPH    0135 PM 08/04   MESOWEST             

...Northampton County...
Palmer Township              53 MPH    0205 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Philadelphia County...
I-95 @ Girard Avenue         57 MPH    1125 AM 08/04   MESOWEST             
Philadelphia Northeast       53 MPH    1123 AM 08/04   ASOS                 

...Delaware...

...Maritime Stations...
Delaware City                61 MPH    0936 AM 08/04   NOS-PORTS            

...New Jersey...
Long Beach Island            109 MPH   1053 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Barnegat Inlet Light         75 MPH    1054 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Ludlam Bay                   67 MPH    1054 AM 08/04   WXFLOW               
Kite Island                  63 MPH    1213 PM 08/04   WXFLOW               
      
&&

Public Information Statement - Rainfall Totals

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
1138 PM EDT Tue Aug 4 2020

...ISAIAS RAINFALL REPORTS...

Location                     Amount    Time/Date       Provider             

...Delaware...

...Kent County...
1 WSW Clayton                4.14 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Dover                        3.05 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Felton                       2.67 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...New Castle County...
Wilmington (St. Edmons)      6.10 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET
Hockessin                    5.95 in   0210 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter               
Brookside                    5.66 in   0300 PM 08/04   COOP                 
Talleyville                  5.25 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Wilmington                   4.73 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Blackbird RAWS               4.55 in   0309 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Townsend                     4.54 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Wilmington                   4.49 in   0251 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Newark                       4.34 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Newark 2.3 NNW               4.14 in   1200 PM 08/04   COCORAHS             
Hockessin                    4.08 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP
Middletown                   4.07 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Greenville                   3.62 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                  

...Maryland...

...Caroline County...
Tuckahoe                     4.52 in   0216 PM 08/04   RAWS                 

...Cecil County...
Kemblesville                 6.41 in   1053 AM 08/04   CWOP                 
Perryville                   6.35 in   0255 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter      
Elkton                       5.98 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Colora                       5.80 in   0227 PM 08/04   CWOP                
Kennedyville                 4.58 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Queen Annes County...
Grasonville                  7.24 in   1045 AM 08/04   CWOP                 
Stevensville SW              5.45 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Centreville                  4.87 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
2 WSW Starkey Corner         4.83 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  

...Talbot County...
Trappe                       8.10 in   0855 AM 08/04   Trained Spotter      
Easton                       6.54 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                
Saint Michaels               5.13 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 SSE Easton                 5.09 in   0130 PM 08/04   AWS                  
2 NNW Saint Michaels         3.68 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Cambridge                    3.33 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Easton Newnam                2.10 in   0245 PM 08/04   AWOS                 

...New Jersey...

...Burlington County...
New Lisbon                   2.84 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Medford Twp.                 2.60 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Delran                       2.27 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET              
Cinnaminson                  2.07 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Mount Laurel Township        2.00 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Camden County...
South Burlington             2.53 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Haddon Township              2.38 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP
Glendora                     2.27 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Gloucester County...
Logan Township               5.41 in   0303 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Mickleton                    4.26 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Pitman 0.7 ENE               3.33 in   0140 PM 08/04   COCORAHS             
Mullica Hill                 3.09 in   0305 PM 08/04   CWOP
West Deptford Twp            2.95 in   1010 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter                 
Washington Township          2.48 in   0305 PM 08/04   CWOP                
Sewell                       2.28 in   0124 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Turnersville                 2.19 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Hunterdon County...
Bloomsbury                   4.18 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Milford                      3.52 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Califon                      3.40 in   0310 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Teetertown                   3.32 in   0210 PM 08/04   RAWS                 
Ringoes                      3.25 in   0258 PM 08/04   CWOP
Flemington                   2.86 in   0111 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter                 
Glen Gardner                 2.86 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
High Bridge                  2.82 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Milford NW                   2.65 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
1 SSW Lebanon Twp            2.58 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Lambertville                 2.47 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                

...Mercer County...
1.3 E Ewing                  3.77 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Pennington                   3.01 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Princeton                    2.29 in   0302 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Trenton                      2.15 in   0253 PM 08/04   ASOS                 

...Morris County...
Long Valley                  5.03 in   0102 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Ironia                       4.20 in   0245 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Succasunna                   3.85 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Picatinny Lake               3.73 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Califon                      3.69 in   0309 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
West Wharton                 3.48 in   0215 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
2 SW Wharton                 3.32 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Mine Hill                    3.31 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Succasunna                   3.29 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Randolph                     3.25 in   1253 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Flanders (Mont Olive HS)     2.99 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Lake Hopatcong               2.82 in   0245 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
Flanders                     2.81 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1.3 N Pleasant Plains        2.72 in   0245 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
Whippany                     2.64 in   0142 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 NNE Morris Twp             2.29 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Pompton Plains               2.28 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
2.2 SW Denville              2.28 in   0245 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
Montville                    2.13 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Whippany (Memorial)          2.13 in   0125 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Morris Twp                   2.05 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Stirling                     2.04 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1.4 NW Florham Park          2.00 in   0200 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               

...Salem County...
0.6 S Woodstown              3.36 in   0145 PM 08/04   HADS                 

...Somerset County...
Bridgewater                  3.77 in   0305 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1.8 SE Pottersville          3.26 in   0215 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
1.4 N Far Hills              2.95 in   0200 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
Skillman                     2.94 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Somerville                   2.87 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP
Somerville                   2.65 in   1045 PM 08/04   Public                 
Branchburg                   2.21 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Watchung                     2.21 in   0145 PM 08/04   IFLOWS               
Branchburg                   2.12 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Somerville                   2.08 in   0307 PM 08/04   ASOS                 

...Sussex County...
0.7 NE Flatbrookville        4.76 in   0300 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Sparta                       3.70 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Blue Mountain Lakes          3.64 in   0214 PM 08/04   RAWS                 
Sussex                       3.60 in   0136 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 SW Hopatcong               3.32 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Andover                      3.14 in   0254 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
1.1 NE Pellettown            3.09 in   0130 PM 08/04   HADS                 
2.3 N Stockholm              3.04 in   0215 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Wallkill River Nwr           3.02 in   0226 PM 08/04   RAWS                 
2.1 E Barry Lakes            3.00 in   0230 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Hopatcong                    2.99 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Rudeville                    2.66 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
LaFayette                    2.62 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Glenwood                     2.51 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Stanhope                     2.46 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Franklin                     2.07 in   0243 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Warren County...
Hackettstown                 4.86 in   0427 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter      
Blairstown                   4.43 in   0400 PM 08/04   Public
Belvidere                    3.27 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Pennsylvania...

...Berks County...
Hopewell                     5.62 in   0243 PM 08/04   RAWS                 
Boyertown                    4.86 in   0218 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Boyertown 2.5 WNW            4.86 in   0200 PM 08/04   COCORAHS
3 ESE Temple                 4.80 in   0430 PM 08/04   Public              
Mertztown                    4.73 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
0.6 E West Reading           4.30 in   0130 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Oley                         3.96 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                  
Sinking Spring               3.91 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Reading                      3.47 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Harlem                       3.38 in   0302 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Reading                      3.22 in   0254 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
2.5 N Centerport             2.83 in   0130 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Lenhartsville                2.79 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
West Lawn                    2.75 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Sinking Spring (Wilson W)    2.72 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Fleetwood                    2.59 in   0230 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Reading                      2.49 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Bernville (Tulpenhocken)     2.02 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Robesonia (Weiser)           2.01 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  

...Bucks County...
Sellersville                 7.43 in   0305 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Quakertown                   5.94 in   0314 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Kintnersville                4.41 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP
Jamison                      4.36 in   1145 AM 08/04   Trained Spotter                 
Doylestown                   4.34 in   0254 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Quakertown                   4.30 in   0230 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Buckingham                   4.13 in   0228 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Furlong                      3.47 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Warrington                   2.48 in   0314 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Newtown                      2.23 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Newtown (George)             2.17 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Stockton                     2.10 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 

...Carbon County...
Bowmanstown 3 WSW            4.56 in   0220 PM 08/04   COCORAHS             
Jim Thorpe                   3.74 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Lehighton                    3.55 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
0.9 SW Blakeslee             3.54 in   0215 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Weatherly                    2.02 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Chester County...
1 SW Kemblesville            6.71 in   1050 AM 08/04   AWS                  
West Chester                 6.61 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Coatesville                  6.51 in   1231 PM 08/04   CWOP
Oxford                       6.30 in   0321 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter      
1 NNE Parkesburg             6.20 in   0325 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter                 
Glenmoore                    5.83 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
East Nantmeal 1.0 SSW        5.83 in   0200 PM 08/04   COCORAHS             
West Chester                 5.58 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS
2 SE Exton                   5.48 in   0239 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter                   
Cochranville                 5.47 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Berwyn                       5.39 in   0309 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Phoenixville                 5.33 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Berwyn                       5.32 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Malvern                      5.25 in   1255 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Downingtown                  5.22 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP
Schuylkill Twp               5.12 in   0445 PM 08/04   Public                 
2.4 N Avondale               4.97 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Atglen                       4.91 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Pottstown                    4.83 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
West Chester                 4.67 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 NNW East Caln Twp          4.67 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
New London                   4.60 in   0314 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
South Pottstown              4.57 in   0301 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Oxford (Penns Grove)         4.56 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Oxford                       4.37 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Westtown                     4.33 in   0241 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Phoenixville                 4.09 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
West Chester                 4.07 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Newtown (JHS)                3.45 in   0110 PM 08/04   URBANET              
West Whiteland Twp.          3.33 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
West Chester                 3.24 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 NW Thornbury Twp           2.72 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Northbrook                   2.68 in   0215 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Sadsburyville                2.00 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Delaware County...
Saint Davids                 7.48 in   0300 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Villanova                    6.61 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Swarthmore                   6.01 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Thornton                     5.81 in   0311 PM 08/04   CWOP
Thornton                     5.81 in   0200 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter                 
Upper Chichester             5.75 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Newtown Square               5.27 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Media                        5.25 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 NW Drexel Hill             5.15 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Norwood                      4.91 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET              
Wayne (Radnor PW)            4.25 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET              
Chadds Ford                  3.61 in   1235 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Media                        3.52 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Lehigh County...
Center Valley                7.25 in   0130 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter
Center Valley                7.09 in   0107 PM 08/04   CWOP
Upper Macungie Twp.          6.06 in   0416 PM 08/04   Public                 
Macungie                     5.43 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP
Coopersburg                  5.12 in   1155 AM 08/04   Trained Spotter                  
Trexler                      5.02 in   0243 PM 08/04   RAWS                 
New Tripoli                  4.94 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Lehigh Valley Intl Airport   4.92 in   0251 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Slatington                   4.35 in   0201 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Whitehall                    3.89 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Coopersburg                  3.77 in   0120 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Breinigsville                3.55 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 NE Lynn Twp                3.51 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Weisenberg Twp               3.48 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Germansville                 3.06 in   1232 PM 08/04   CWOP                 

...Monroe County...
Canadensis                   7.00 in   0400 PM 08/04   Broadcast Media      
1 NE Bossardsville           6.95 in   0330 PM 08/04   Public 
Saylorsburg                  6.95 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP
1 NNE Smithfield Twp         6.63 in   0430 PM 08/04   Public
Pocono Summit                6.18 in   0402 PM 08/04   Broadcast Media                 
Snydersville                 5.49 in   0306 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
East Stroudsburg             5.27 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Skytop                       4.91 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Mt. Pocono                   4.38 in   0253 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Pocono Pines                 3.23 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Blakeslee                    3.16 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Stoddartsville               3.14 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Kresgeville                  2.21 in   0147 PM 08/04   HADS                 

...Montgomery County...
Wynnewood                    8.59 in   0710 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter
Skippack                     8.00 in   0235 PM 08/04   Trained Spotter      
Collegeville 2.3 NNW         8.00 in   0100 PM 08/04   COCORAHS
Worcester Twp                7.56 in   0330 PM 08/04   Broadcast Media
1 ENE Phoenixville           6.75 in   1245 PM 08/04   Public             
Gilbertsville                7.46 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Bala Cynwyd                  6.43 in   1213 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Ambler                       6.14 in   1233 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
New Hanover                  6.12 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Norristown                   6.08 in   0200 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Royersford                   6.07 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Rosemont (Harrison)          5.81 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET              
Upper Providence Twp         5.57 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Graterford                   5.46 in   0131 PM 08/04   HADS                 
Pottstown                    5.03 in   0103 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Worcester                    5.02 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Norristown (Eagleville ES)   5.00 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET              
1 NW Conshohocken            4.69 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Hatfield                     4.66 in   0310 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Fort Washington              4.36 in   0312 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Pottstown (HS)               4.05 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Willow Grove                 3.79 in   0315 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Oaks (ES)                    3.55 in   0309 PM 08/04   URBANET             
1 ESE Willow Grove           2.11 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  

...Northampton County...
Nazareth (MS)                6.54 in   0314 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Bethlehem                    4.95 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Northampton (MS)             4.94 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Walnutport                   4.76 in   0313 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Martins Creek                4.63 in   0301 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Palmer Township              3.85 in   0305 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
Easton                       3.77 in   0305 PM 08/04   CWOP                 
1 SE East Bangor             3.21 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  

...Philadelphia County...
Philadelphia International A 4.16 in   0254 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
1 NNE Rittenhouse Square     2.74 in   0310 PM 08/04   AWS                  
Philadelphia Northeast       2.40 in   0254 PM 08/04   ASOS                 
Philadelphia (CB Park)       2.22 in   0315 PM 08/04   AWS                  

...New Jersey...

...Maritime Stations...
Waretown                     2.00 in   0300 PM 08/04   HADS                 
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Rainfall Map

Warnings

8 Tornadoes Confirmed

Tornado Summary  

Final Public Information Statement

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ
314 PM EDT Tue Aug 11 2020

...NWS DAMAGE ASSESSMENT RESULTS FOR TROPICAL STORM ISAIAS TORNADOES...

Updates:
1) Increased the wind speed to EF2, 115 mph, for the long-tracked
Kent to New Castle County Delaware tornado. Also extended the 
path length. 

2) An 8th tornado (EF1) has been added; Milford in Sussex/Kent 
County, Delaware.

Total Number of Tornadoes*: 8
EF2: 2
EF1: 4
EF0: 2

Number of Tornadoes by State*:
DE: 3
PA: 2
NJ: 2
MD: 1

*NWS Mount Holly coverage area.


.Kent and New Castle County Delaware Tornado...

Start Location...Dover in Kent County, Delaware
End Location...Southwest of Glasgow in New Castle County, Delaware 
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...8:55 AM EDT to 9:30 AM EDT 
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF2 
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...115 mph 
Maximum Path Width...500 yards
Path Length...35.5 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...39.10N/75.50W 
Ending Lat/Lon...39.58N/75.76W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
The tornado touched down in the vicinity of the Eagle Meadows 
Apartment Homes on Sorghum Mill Road in Kent County then moved 
across Route 10. It tracked nearly parallel to South State Street 
through Anneville, the south side of Dover, where significant tree
damage occurred, including some treetops shredded from Poplar 
Lane to the neighborhood around Steele Road. It was here where 
some roof damage occurred to some homes especially due to fallen 
trees, however a garage was significantly damaged on Dyer’s Tree
Farm. The tornado then crossed over Route 13 near the Eden 
Medical Center and very near the William Henry Middle School. A 
couple sections of the school’s roof were blown off along with 
some tree damage nearby. A warehouse adjacent to the school had a 
few sections of its metal walls torn off and a couple of tractor 
trailer trailers flipped onto their side. The tornado then crossed
over Walker Road at Route 15 then to Westminster Village at Dover
near the intersection of Route 15 and College Road.

The tornado continued northward just east of Cheswold where the 
tornado may have lifted for a time with discontinuous tree damage 
before moving through the east side of Smyrna where more notable 
tree damage occurred. A 96 mph wind gust was measured at a 
Delaware Department of Transportation weather station located on 
Route 1 just north of Smyrna as the tornadic circulation passed 
by. From here, the tornado continued nearly parallel to Routes 1 
and 13 on the east sides of Townsend and Middletown in New Castle 
County. Numerous trees were snapped or uprooted along portions of 
Blackbird Landing Road and Gum Bush Road in Townsend with some 
damage to roofs. A garage at a residence on Blackbird Landing Road
was destroyed. The tornado then damaged homes in Middletown along
Spring Hollow Drive. In this neighborhood, some homes had roof 
material and siding blown off with numerous trees uprooted. 
Several garage doors were blown out and one home had an entire 
side wall blown off. One picture showed a home with a missing 
exterior corner walls on the second story.

The tornado continued north northwest to the Summit Bridge area 
just south of the C and D canal. It is here where substantial 
damage occurred to several homes, including one home that had more
than half of its roof completely torn off with a neighboring home
losing several sections of their roof. Some other homes lost a 
portion of their roof and siding was torn off with a garage door 
blown in, along with several trees down or snapped. The tornado 
crossed the canal and tracked near Lums Pond and through an 
adjacent wooded area where pictures and areal footage showed a 
clear path with numerous trees down. The tornado then crossed 
Route 896 and into the Brennan Estates where hundreds of trees 
were down or uprooted and around a dozen homes sustained enough 
damage that they were declared as uninhabitable. The tornado then 
looked to have lifted prior to crossing over into Cecil County 
Maryland.

Based on the damage to the homes in the Middletown to Summit 
Bridge to Brennan Estates areas especially (some non-tree related 
damage), the rating of this tornado was increased to 115 mph which
is equivalent to an EF2 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. Doppler 
radar data showed a continuous and well defined rotational 
signature and also a tornado debris signature.

This tornado path length set a new record in Delaware, greatly 
surpassing the previous tornado path length record of 13 miles 
which occurred in 1988.

Special thanks is extended to Kent County and New Castle County 
Emergency Management, trained spotters, and the public for their 
extensive assistance with this survey.


.Philadelphia and Bucks County Pennsylvania Tornado...

Start Location...Northeast Philadelphia in Philadelphia County,
                 Pennsylvania
End Location...Doylestown in Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...10:50 AM EDT to 11:10 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF2
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...115 mph
Maximum Path Width...500 yards
Path Length...20 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...40.34N/75.16W
Ending Lat/Lon...40.08N/74.96W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...6 all which were minor

...Summary...
A tornado touched down just east of the Philadelphia Mills Mall 
as it moved in a northwesterly direction along or near Knights 
Road and Medford Road toward Dunks Ferry Road. Three exhaust 
systems and 6 RTU systems were blown off the roof in less than 15 
seconds at the former Walmart Store currently undergoing 
reconstruction, and numerous trees, some close to 100 years old, 
were snapped or blown over along Knights Road, Medford Road, and 
Dunks Ferry Road. Roofs, siding, and awnings were blown off many 
homes in the area. A few cars were also tossed or turned over as 
the storm moved through. The estimated wind speed in this area was
100 mph, equivalent to EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale. Current 
evidence suggests the tornado then lifted off the ground as it 
proceeded in a northwesterly direction, briefly touching down in 
the Southampton area of Bucks County. Numerous trees were snapped 
in this area as well, with many homes and cars damaged due to 
falling trees and tree limbs. The Sycamore Drive and Harding Roads
areas were hardest hit. The estimated wind speed in this area was
90 mph, equivalent to an EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale.
 
Current evidence again suggests the tornado lifted one more time 
as the parent circulation traveled to the Doylestown area, where 
it touched down one final time near the Central Bucks West High 
School. Here bleachers on the visitor’s side of the athletic 
field were picked up and tossed before the vortex moved on to the 
Doylestown Hospital complex where at least six automobiles were 
tossed some distance, and where substantial damage occurred to the
Children’s Village Day Care center with no serious injuries 
reported. Numerous trees were felled in and around the hospital 
center, and several metal lamp posts were bent from the wind. The 
estimated wind speed in this area was 115 mph, equivalent to a 
low-end EF2 on the Enhanced Fujita scale. The tornado then 
continued moving in a northwesterly direction, snapping and 
falling trees, as well as causing damage to homes and other 
properties, especially along and near Sandy Ridge Road, Jefferson 
Avenue, and Lower State Road, before lifting along Ferry Road near
the Peace Valley Reservoir. The estimated wind speed in this area
was 100 mph, equivalent to an EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita scale.

Special thanks is extended to the Bucks County Office of 
Emergency Management, and to the Philadelphia Office of Emergency 
Management, for field reconnaissance associated with this survey.


.Sussex and Kent County Delaware Tornado...

Start Location...Milford in Sussex County, Delaware
End Location...Milford in Kent County, Delaware
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...8:25 AM EDT to 8:30 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF1
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...100 mph
Maximum Path Width...400 yards
Path Length...2.7 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...38.89N/75.45W
Ending Lat/Lon...38.92N/75.46W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
A tornado touched down in the Evergreen and Meadow Brook Lanes 
area of southwest Milford (Sussex County) around 8:25 AM on August
4. There was extensive tree damage from Meadow Brook and 
Evergreen lanes north to Haven Lake then across the lake to North 
Shore Drive in Kent County. Numerous trees were uprooted and 
snapped along the path of the tornado, with several trees falling 
onto homes. The tornado turned more northwest and crossed 
Williamsville Road producing additional tree damage, then lifted 
before it reached Milford Harrington Highway. Due to the extensive
tree damage, power lines and some poles were also down along 
portions of the tornados path. Several of the trees were of 
softwood and snapped at their trunks, which is indicative of 100 
mph winds and this was used to rate this tornado. This wind speed 
corresponds to an EF1 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale. Doppler radar 
data showed a well defined tornado debris signature that quickly 
developed on the west and northwest side of Milford as the 
circulation moved through.
 
Special thanks is extended to the Delaware Department of 
Transportation and the local media, especially WRDE Coast TV 
Meteorologist Alex Seymore, for their assistance with this survey.


.Kent County Delaware Tornado...

Start Location...Sandtown in Kent County, Delaware
End Location...Sandtown in Kent County, Delaware
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...8:25 AM EDT to 8:28 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF1
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...100 mph
Maximum Path Width...200 yards
Path Length...2.6 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...39.01N/75.69W
Ending Lat/Lon...39.04N/75.73W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
The tornado touched down in the vicinity of Road 258 south of 
Sandtown Road, then tracked across a section of mostly open fields
but damaged some trees along the way. It then tracked down the 
western portion of Sandtown Road closer to Route 10 damaging 
several homes and snapping and uprooting several trees. A home had
some windows blown out along with roof damage, another home had 
its roof blown off and there was a large garage that had its back 
sheet metal wall torn off. The tornado crossed Route 10 near the 
intersection with Sandtown Road and moved across the Sandtown 
Landfill facility where additional trees were uprooted or snapped,
two front-end loaders had windows blown out and some truck 
trailers were flipped over. The tornado exited the landfill and 
may have dissipated before reaching the Maryland-Delaware state 
line. Doppler radar data showed rotation and a notable tornado 
debris signature near and just northwest of Sandtown as debris was
tossed into the air.

Special thanks is extended to the staff at the Country Cupboard 
store in Sandtown, Kent County Emergency Management and 911 Center
staff for their assistance with this survey.


.Ocean County New Jersey Waterspout and Tornado...

Start Location...Near Ship Bottom in Ocean County, New Jersey
End Location...Near Mud City in Ocean County, New Jersey
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...10:50 AM EDT to 10:54 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF1
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...110 mph
Maximum Path Width...Unknown
Path Length...3.0 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...39.63N/74.20W
Ending Lat/Lon...39.68N/74.21W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
A waterspout developed in Manahawkin Bay between Ship Bottom and 
Brant Beach. It tracked northwestward and video footage showed the
circulation with light debris in the air crossing the Route 72 
bridge over the bay. The waterspout then continued tracking to the
northwest and passed east of Mud City before moving ashore into a
marshy area of the Manahawkin Wildlife Management area. Other 
than some light debris reported in the air as it crossed the Route
72 bridge, no other damage reports have been received as of this 
report. However, the circulation tracked right over the Long Beach
Island WeatherFlow weather station located north of Egg Island 
and west of Flat Island in Manahawkin Bay which measured a 109 mph
wind gust at 10:53 AM EDT. This measurement was used to rate this
waterspout/tornado given the lack of actual damage. Doppler radar
data showed no evidence of a tornado debris signature. Doppler 
radar data however did indicate velocities to 112 mph at about 
1,600 feet above the ground very near the aforementioned weather 
station.

Special thanks is extended to the public who provided video that 
greatly helped with this survey.


.Cape May County New Jersey Tornado...

Start Location...Strathmere in Cape May County, New Jersey
End Location...Marmora in Cape May County, New Jersey
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...9:45 AM EDT to 9:50 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF1
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...100 mph
Maximum Path Width...150 yards
Path Length...5.25 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...39.19N/74.66W
Ending Lat/Lon...39.27N/74.66W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
A waterspout came ashore near the southern end of Corson’s 
Inlet State Park near Strathmere then across marshy areas. The 
tornado then crossed the Garden State Parkway then tracked along 
Route 9 across the south side of Marmora. There were several 
pictures and videos of the waterspout and tornado including a 
trained spotter reporting a tornado on the ground with debris in 
the air. The tornado produced significant damage to homes and 
businesses on the 500 block of Route 9, starting in the vicinity 
of a Coca Cola facility where containers were tossed around with 
even a truck trailer flipped onto its side. Adjacent to the Coca 
Cola facility, a large shed at a residence was upended and 
vehicles were moved from their original locations. Several homes 
had portions of their roofs blown off with a couple of homes 
sustaining significant damage to a side wall or corner walls. The 
tornado crossed Route 9 to the Pine Hill Mobile Home Court where 
significant damage occurred to trees and buildings. One home was 
shifted off its foundation and others had roof damage and downed 
trees crushed several cars. The tornado tracked north northwest 
crossing Tuckahoe Road and may have dissipated over the adjacent 
marsh areas. Doppler radar data showed a well defined tornado 
debris signature as the tornado moved through portions of Marmora.

Special thanks is extended to Cape May County, trained spotters, 
and the local media for their help with this survey.


.Montgomery County Pennsylvania Tornado...

Start Location...Worcester Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
End Location...Worcester Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...10:44 AM EDT to 10:50 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF0
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...80 mph
Maximum Path Width...200 yards
Path Length...2.8 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...40.16N/75.33W
Ending Lat/Lon...40.20N/75.36W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
An EF0 tornado occurred in Worcester Township in Montgomery 
County, Pennsylvania as Tropical Storm Isaias moved northward 
along the East Coast of the United States. With southeastern 
Pennsylvania being in the northeastward, right front quadrant, the
tornado and parent storm moved in an unusual northwestward 
trajectory ahead of the main center of the tropical storm. An area
of circulation tightened in a strong cell within a rainband in 
southeastern Montgomery County. As this circulation tightened, a 
brief tornado formed near the intersection of Brindle Court and 
Township Line Road in Worcester Township, where a few small trees 
were downed in a small residential subdivision. From here, the 
tornado continued its northwestward trajectory through the 
township, downing trees along Potshop Road. The circulation may 
have lifted with the path being somewhat discontinuous. A somewhat
denser area of trees were downed as the tornado moved across 
Valley Forge Road and northwestward along Heebner Road. Several 
tree tops were sheared off in addition to several utility poles 
being pushed over along Heebner Road near the intersection of 
Shefley Lane. The tornado continued northwest from here, 
eventually downing several hardwood trees along Hollow Road. One 
tree brought down several utility lines as it fell. From here, the
tornado lifted with only a few other trees being downed a little 
ways from Hollow Road in a small wooded area. 
 
Special thanks is extended to the Montgomery County Emergency 
Management Office along with Skywarn Spotter Lou Ruh for their 
help in this survey.


.Queen Anne's County Maryland Tornado...

Start Location...Queenstown in Queen Anne's County in Maryland
End Location...Queenstown in Queen Anne's County in Maryland
Date...August 4, 2020
Estimated Time...8:18 AM EDT to 8:19 AM EDT
Maximum EF-Scale Rating...EF0
Estimated Maximum Wind Speed...70 mph
Maximum Path Width...35 yards
Path Length...0.60 miles
Beginning Lat/Lon...38.93N/76.13W
Ending Lat/Lon...38.93N/76.15W
* Fatalities...0
* Injuries...0

...Summary...
The tornado touched down along Stagwell Road in Queenstown. 
Pictures and video showed a distinct but narrow path in a corn 
field parallel to the road which is mostly east to west. The 
downed corn was in a circular pattern, and aerial footage over the
corn field showed some downburst signatures on the right side of 
the tornado path. In addition to the cornfield damage, sporadic 
tree damage occurred along Stagwell Road across from the corn 
field. The tornado looks to have lifted before it reached the Wye 
River as there was no additional visible damage north of this 
path. Radar showed defined rotation, however given the weak 
intensity of the tornado it appeared to have occurred on the north
side of a larger rotational signature and therefore tracked more 
east to west.

Special thanks is extended to Queen Anne’s County Emergency 
Management and local media for their assistance with this survey.

EF Scale: The Enhanced Fujita Scale classifies tornadoes into the
following categories:

EF0...Weak......65 to 85 mph
EF1...Weak......86 to 110 mph
EF2...Strong....111 to 135 mph
EF3...Strong....136 to 165 mph
EF4...Violent...166 to 200 mph
EF5...Violent...>200 mph

* The information in this statement is preliminary and subject to
change pending final review of the events and publication in NWS
Storm Data.

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