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POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE MICHAEL
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
940 PM EDT FRI OCT 26 2018


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 MICHAEL
OR ITS REMNANTS WAS AFFECTING THE AREA.

COUNTIES INCLUDED...BAKER...BAY...BEN HILL...BERRIEN...BROOKS...
CALHOUN, FL...CLAY...COFFEE...COLQUITT...COOK...DALE...DECATUR...
DIXIE...DOUGHERTY...EARLY...FRANKLIN...GADSDEN...GENEVA...GRADY...
GULF...HENRY...HOLMES...HOUSTON...IRWIN...JACKSON...JEFFERSON...
LAFAYETTE...LANIER...LEE...LEON...LIBERTY...LOWNDES...MADISON...
MILLER...MITCHELL...QUITMAN...RANDOLPH...SEMINOLE...TAYLOR...
TERRELL...THOMAS...TIFT...TURNER...WAKULLA...WALTON...WASHINGTON...
WORTH...CALHOUN, GA






A. LOWEST SEA LEVEL PRESSURE/MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS AND PEAK GUSTS
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METAR OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IS 10 METERS AND WIND AVERAGING IS 2 MINUTES
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)   (DIR/KT)   (UTC)   (DIR/KT)  (UTC)
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KTLH-TALLAHASSEE RGNL, FL                                           
30.40 -84.35    989.8 10/1953 I 150/038  10/1940 I 140/062 10/1925 I

KECP-PANAMA CITY NW, FL                                             
30.35 -85.80    982.3 10/1653 I 320/054  10/1813 I 290/079 10/1853 I

KPAM-TYNDALL AFB, FL                                                
30.07 -85.59    922.4 10/1653 I 060/075  10/1712 I 060/121 10/1715 I

K1JO-HOLMES COUNTY, FL                                              
30.85 -85.60    985.2 10/1757 I 020/031  10/1809 I 020/045 10/1809 I

K40J-PERRY-FOLEY, FL                                                
30.07 -83.57   9999.9 99/9999 I 160/023  10/1835 I 210/039 10/2355 I

KAAF-APALACHICOLA MUNI, FL                                          
29.72 -85.03    985.9 10/1653 I 170/050  10/1653 I 160/077 10/1653 I

KCTY-CROSS CITY, FL                                                 
29.62 -83.10   9999.9 99/9999 I 170/024  10/1935 I 190/039 10/2135 I

KDTS-DESTIN/FT WALTON BEACH ARPT, FL                                
30.40 -86.47    992.3 10/1753 I 340/036  10/1802 I 330/048 10/1818 I

KMAI-MARIANA, FL                                                    
30.80 -85.21    995.6 10/1653 I 070/026  10/1700 I 070/035 10/1518 I

KOZR-FT RUCKER/CAIRNS, AL                                           
31.29 -85.72    988.4 10/2030   340/033  10/2003   320/052 10/2134  

KDHN-DOTHAN, AL                                                     
31.32 -85.45    984.6 10/2053   330/043  10/2220   350/053 10/2121  

29J-Quincy                                                          
30.59 -84.56   9999.9 99/9999 I 120/024  10/1715 I 100/036 10/1415 I

K54J-Defuniak Springs                                               
30.73 -86.15   9999.9 99/9999 I 010/023  10/1655 I 010/034 10/1655 I

EDN-Enterprise                                                      
31.29 -85.90   9999.9 99/9999   330/024  10/2235   330/037 10/2155  

LOR-Lowe AHP/Ft. Rucker                                             
31.35 -85.75    988.6 10/2038 I 320/025  10/2243 I 320/041 10/2243 I

SXS-Shell AHP                                                       
31.36 -85.85    991.6 10/2041 I 350/031  10/2113 I 350/043 10/2232 I

17J-Donalsonville                                                   
31.00 -84.88   9999.9 99/9999 I 110/039  10/1915 I 110/058 10/1930 I

BIJ-Blakely                                                         
31.39 -84.89   9999.9 99/9999 I 070/021  10/1955 I 070/037 10/1915 I

TVI-Thomasville                                                     
30.90 -83.88   9999.9 99/9999 I 170/031  10/2215 I 170/042 10/2155 I

MGR-Moultrie                                                        
31.08 -83.80   9999.9 99/9999   170/028  11/0010   180/042 11/0115  

KVLD-VALDOSTA, GA                                                   
30.79 -83.28    998.4 10/2353   170/030  10/2251   160/041 10/2236  

KVAD-VLDOSTA/MODY AFB, GA                                           
30.97 -83.20    996.9 10/2300   190/029  11/0158   170/042 10/2342  

KTMA-TIFTON, GA                                                     
31.43 -83.49   9999.9 99/9999   160/033  11/0115   180/051 11/0235  

FZG-Fitzgerald                                                      
31.68 -83.27   9999.9 99/9999 I 180/032  11/0315 I 170/040 11/0235 I

KABY-ALBANY MUNICIPAL, GA                                           
31.54 -84.18    983.5 10/2253 I 120/045  10/2335 I 110/064 10/2330 I

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)   (DIR/KT)   (UTC)   (DIR/KT)  (UTC)
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FSU Panama City WeatherStem                                        
30.18 -85.72    956.6 10/1721 I 999/999  99/9999   999/101 10/1716 I
                                      
Domi Station - WeatherStem                                         
30.43 -84.29    989.4 10/2131   999/999  99/9999   999/041 99/9999  
                                      
FAMU Developmental Research School WeatherStem                     
30.41 -84.29    993.6 10/2115   999/999  99/9999   999/045 10/1900  
                                      
Florida State University WeatherStem                               
30.43 -84.30    993.5 10/2116 I 999/999  99/9999   999/049 10/1825 I
                                      
Tallahassee Community College WeatherStem                          
30.44 -84.34    988.0 10/2116 I 999/999  99/9999   999/049 10/2024 I
                                      
Ballard Partners WeatherStem                                       
30.44 -84.28    989.4 10/2135 I 999/999  99/9999   999/055 10/1911 I
                                      
Apalachee Regional Park - WeatherStem                              
30.42 -84.15    993.6 10/2135 I 999/999  99/9999   999/044 10/1944 I
                                      
Challenger Learning Center WeatherStem                             
30.44 -84.28    993.5 10/1850 I 999/999  99/9999   999/047 10/1850 I
                                      
Conley Elementary School WeatherStem                               
30.41 -84.22    988.0 10/2116 I 999/999  99/9999   999/046 10/1938 I
                                      
Florida State University Schools WeatherStem                       
30.38 -84.22    990.2 10/2116 I 999/999  99/9999   999/045 10/1926 I
                                      
Lee County High School WeatherStem                                 
31.73 -84.16    985.5 10/2102 I 999/999  99/9999   999/044 10/2305 I
                                      
UGA Tifton WeatherStem                                             
31.47 -83.53    990.5 11/1939 I 999/999  99/9999   999/044 11/2420 I
                                      
SunBelt Ag Expo WeatherStem                                        
31.13 -83.71    990.0 10/2345 I 999/999  99/9999   999/038 10/2305 I
                                      
Jefferson County EOC WeatherStem                                   
30.50 -83.88    992.9 10/2102 I 999/999  99/9999   999/042 10/2221 I
                                      
Holmes County High School WeatherStem                              
30.78 -85.69    985.5 10/1819 I 999/999  99/9999   999/038 10/1741 I
                                      
Emerald Coast Middle School WeatherStem                            
30.35 -86.11    993.5 10/1819 I 999/999  99/9999   999/033 10/1742 I
                                      
Wakulla High School WeatherStem                                    
30.10 -84.38    993.6 10/1819 I 999/999  99/9999   999/046 10/1536 I
                                      
St. George Island Bridge WeatherStem                               
29.65 -84.88    993.6 10/1616 I 999/999  99/9999   999/070 10/1612 I
                                      
FSU Coastal and Marine Lab WeatherStem                             
29.91 -84.51    991.8 10/1721 I 999/999  99/9999   999/036 10/1745 I
                                      
Gulf County EOC WeatherStem                                        
29.81 -85.29    969.8 10/1721 I 999/999  99/9999   999/066 10/1641 I
                                      
Port St. Joe Elementary School WeatherStem                         
29.79 -85.29    986.3 10/1506 I 999/999  99/9999   999/098 10/1637 I
                                      
Deane Bozeman School WeatherStem                                   
30.39 -85.69    975.9 10/1722 I 999/999  99/9999   999/037 10/1602 I
                                      
Alapaha , GA (Berrien County)                                      
32.34 -83.24    993.8 11/0030   999/022  11/0245   999/043 99/9999  
                                 03/99

Albany USMC Base (Dougherty County, GA)                            
31.55 -84.05    976.3 11/0015   999/026  11/0000   999/057 99/9999  
                                 03/99

Arlington (Baker County, GA)                                       
31.35 -84.63    956.5 10/2215   999/021  10/2315   999/046 999/999  
                                 03/99

Attapulgus (Decatur County, GA)                                    
30.76 -84.48    980.0 10/2030   999/026  10/2115   999/060 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Cairo (Grady County, GA)                                           
30.86 -84.23    985.6 10/2115   999/033  10/2130   999/058 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Camilla (Mitchell County, GA)                                      
31.28 -84.29    976.7 10/2230   999/026  10/2245   999/064 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Dawson (Terrell County, GA)                                        
31.75 -84.44    970.8 11/0000   999/024  10/2245   999/055 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Dawson HHREC (Terrell County, GA)                                  
31.73 -84.39    967.2 11/0000   999/032  10/2300   999/060 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Dixie (Brooks County, GA)                                          
30.79 -83.67    993.4 10/2315   999/021  10/2200   999/041 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Donalsonville Airport (Seminole County, GA)                        
31.01 -84.88    947.5 10/2045   999/056  10/2030   999/100 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Ducker (Albany State University Dougherty County, GA)              
31.53 -84.37    965.6 10/2330   999/013  10/2345   999/039 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Georgetown (Quitman County, GA)                                    
31.77 -85.06    984.0 10/2245   999/021  10/2345   999/044 99/9999  
                                 03/99

Moultire (Colquitt County, GA)                                     
31.14 -83.72    990.4 10/2315   999/026  10/2215   999/049 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Sasser (Terrell County, GA)                                        
31.70 -84.37    966.7 11/0000   999/029  10/2245   999/060 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Seminole State Park (Seminole County, GA)                          
30.80 -84.88    958.3 10/2000   999/025  10/2000   999/069 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Shellman (Randolph County, GA)                                     
31.74 -84.61    973.3 10/2330   999/029  10/2230   999/055 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Steam Mill (Seminole County, GA)                                   
30.96 -84.95    949.8 10/2030   999/035  10/1915   999/072 10/9999  
                                 03/99

Tifton (Tift County, GA)                                           
31.49 -83.53    987.7 11/0100   999/034  11/0045   999/058 11/9999  
                                 03/99

Tifton-Bowen (Tift County, GA)                                     
31.48 -83.44    990.6 11/0115   999/023  10/2345   999/046 99/9999  
                                 03/99

Ty Ty (Tift County, GA)                                            
31.50 -83.65    986.1 11/0030   999/021  10/2330   999/052 99/9999  
                                 03/99

Newton (Baker County, GA)                                          
31.22 -84.48    968.2 10/2200   999/017  10/2200   999/041 10/9999  
                                 03/99

FCMP T2 - Beacon Hill (Gulf County)                                
29.91 -85.38   9999.9 99/9999   190/084  10/1726   226/110 10/1751  
                                 15/05

FCMP T3 Tyndall AFB (Bay County)                                   
30.02 -85.53   9999.9 99/9999   080/075  10/1658   078/113 10/1653  
                                 15/05

St. Andrews Bay - Panama City (Bay County)                         
30.13 -85.72   9999.9 99/9999   021/065  10/1652   021/087 10/1652  
                                 09/05

St. George Island - Eastpoint (Franklin County)                    
29.66 -84.86   9999.9 99/9999   172/059  10/1714   166/071 10/1747  
                                 15/01

Panama City Beach (Bay County)                                     
30.22 -85.88   9999.9 99/9999   340/050  10/1752   334/065 10/1755  
                                 15/01

REMARKS: GEORGIA WEATHERNET SITES SUSTAINED WINDS ARE BASED ON A 15
MINUTE AVERAGE AND SITES INCLUDE ALAPHA, ALBANY (USMC BASE),
ARLINGTON, ATTAPULGUS, CAIRO, CAMILLA, DAWSON, DAWSON HHERC, DIXIE,
DONALSONVILLE AIRPORT, DUCKER (ALBANY STATE UNIVERSITY), GEORGETOWN,
MOULTRIE, NEWTON, SASSER, SEMINOLE STATE PARK, SHELLMAN, STEAM MILL,
TIFTON, TIFTON-BOWEN, AND TY TY.GEORGIA WEATHERNET SITES SUSTAINED
WINDS ARE BASED ON A 15 MINUTE AVERAGE AND SITES INCLUDE ALAPHA,
ALBANY (USMC BASE), ARLINGTON, ATTAPULGUS, CAIRO, CAMILLA, DAWSON,
DAWSON HHERC, DIXIE, DONALSONVILLE AIRPORT, DUCKER (ALBANY STATE
UNIVERSITY), GEORGETOWN, MOULTRIE, NEWTON, SASSER, SEMINOLE STATE
PARK, SHELLMAN, STEAM MILL, TIFTON, TIFTON-BOWEN, AND TY TY.
 
 WEATHERFLOW DATA INCLUDED: FCMP T2, TCMP T3, ST. ANDREWS BAY, ST.
GEORGIA ISLAND (EASTPOINT), AND PANAMA CITY BEACH.



B. MARINE OBSERVATIONS...
NOTE: ANEMOMETER HEIGHT IN METERS AND WIND AVERAGING PERIOD IN
MINUTES INDICATED UNDER MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WIND IF KNOWN
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LOCATION  ID    MIN    DATE/     MAX      DATE/     PEAK    DATE/
LAT  LON        PRES   TIME      SUST     TIME      GUST    TIME
DEG DECIMAL     (MB)   (UTC)   (DIR/KT)   (UTC)   (DIR/KT)  (UTC)
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42039                                                               
28.78  -86.01   977.5 10/0950 I 120/054  10/0950 I 110/066 10/0946 I
                                   05/01
 
SGOF1                                                               
29.41  -84.86   990.6 10/1700   180/060  10/1610   170/075 10/1550  
                                   35/10
 
KTNF1                                                               
29.82  -83.59  1000.7 10/2100   170/036  10/2140   160/050 10/1944  
                                   10/10
 
SHPF1                                                               
30.06  -84.29   993.5 10/1948   170/047  10/1918   160/066 10/1806  
                                   06/99
 
APXF1                                                               
29.79  -84.88   989.0 10/1730 I 160/043  10/1730 I 999/999 99/9999 I
                                   05/99
 
APCF1                                                               
29.73  -84.98   985.3 10/1748   200/054  10/1718   200/069 10/1724  
                                   07/99
 
PACF1                                                               
30.15  -85.67   937.5 10/1748   020/062  10/1718 I 020/093 10/1718 I
                                   08/99
 
PCBF1                                                               
30.21  -85.88   972.6 10/1748   300/053  10/1906   300/070 10/1854  
                                   09/99
 
REMARKS: 42039 SENSOR FAILED AFTER 10/0950 UTC OBSERVATION. APXF1
SENSOR FAILED AFTER 10/2045 UTC OBSERVATION. PACF1 WIND SENSOR
FAILED AFTER 10/17818 UTC OBSERVATION.



C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 0400 UTC OCT 10 UNTIL 0600 UTC OCT 11
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CITY/TOWN                    COUNTY               ID         RAINFALL
LAT LON                                                       (IN)   
DEG DECIMAL
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1 SE CROSSROADS              QUITMAN                           6.84  
31.82  -84.97

1 W DICKEY                   CALHOUN                           6.66  
31.55  -84.68

1 SE MORGAN                  CALHOUN                           6.30  
31.53  -84.58

1 WNW CAIRNS AAF             DALE                              5.64  
31.28  -85.72

2 S ELMODEL WMA              BAKER                             5.07  
31.31  -84.47

3 SW HILTON                  EARLY                             5.06  
31.26  -85.11

1 SW SCOTTS FERRY            CALHOUN                           5.05  
30.29  -85.14

SUMATRA                      LIBERTY                           4.89  
30.02  -84.99

STARKSVILLE                  LEE                               4.77  
31.78  -84.14

1 ESE SANBORN                WAKULLA                           4.71  
30.07  -84.59

2 S PHILEMA                  LEE                               4.56  
31.73  -84.02

1 NNE GERALD                 DALE                              4.50  
31.33  -85.75

2 SSE BLOXHAM                LEON                              4.48  
30.36  -84.61

MITCHELL CO A/P              MITCHELL                          4.11  
31.21  -84.24

ELMODEL WMA                  BAKER                             4.05  
31.35  -84.48

2 E CHASON                   CALHOUN                           4.02  
30.53  -85.17

2 SSE WEWAHITCHKA            GULF                              3.89  
30.09  -85.18

1 WNW HANCHEY FIELD          DALE                              3.87  
31.35  -85.67

3 WNW JORDAN PLACE           LEE                               3.86  
31.76  -84.25

1 WSW CHATTAHOOCHEE          JACKSON                           3.70  
30.70  -84.86

3 NE ALPINE HEIGHTS          WALTON                            3.57  
30.78  -86.18

2 NW TALLAHASSEE MALL        LEON                              3.56  
30.49  -84.31

HOGGARD MILL                 BAKER                             3.49  
31.22  -84.47

1 SW ATTAPULGUS              DECATUR                           3.42  
30.74  -84.50

2 SSE HOPEWELL               MADISON                           3.37  
30.36  -83.43

TALLAHASSEE INTERNATION      LEON                              3.34  
30.39  -84.35

4 SSW DAWESVILLE             THOMAS                            3.21  
30.88  -84.05

1 NE HILLSDALE               TIFT                              3.08  
31.48  -83.58

BAINBRIDGE                   DECATUR                           2.98  
30.91  -84.58

2 WSW IRWINVILLE             IRWIN                             2.85  
31.63  -83.42

5 S HOGGARD MILL             MITCHELL                          2.85  
31.14  -84.48

3 S NEW BROCKTON             COFFEE                            2.81  
31.34  -85.93

1 W RALFORD GREENWAY         LEON                              2.79  
30.44  -84.19

4 N BRINSON                  DECATUR                           2.79  
31.04  -84.74

1 S NEWTON                   BAKER                             2.72  
31.31  -84.34

2 NW EAST ALBANY             DOUGHERTY                         2.68  
31.59  -84.14

COOKS HAMMOCK                LAFAYETTE                         2.64  
29.93  -83.28

2 SSW CHASTAIN               THOMAS                            2.55  
31.00  -83.94

1 SSW FOX HILL               WALTON                            2.47  
30.81  -86.30

SHELL ARMY FIELD             COFFEE                            2.45  
31.36  -85.85

EUNOLA                       GENEVA                            2.36  
31.04  -85.85

2 NE FENHOLLOWAY             TAYLOR                            2.35  
30.10  -83.47

2 NW PANACEA-WAKULLA AI      WAKULLA                           2.24  
30.01  -84.42

1 SSE OLD TOWN               DIXIE                             2.16  
29.59  -82.98

2 NE TIFTON                  TIFT                              2.14  
31.47  -83.49

1 S SPEARS                   GENEVA                            2.08  
31.13  -85.98

2 SE PLUM ORCHARD            WAKULLA                           2.08  
30.13  -84.13

1 NNE THOMAS CITY            JEFFERSON                         2.07  
30.37  -83.97

2 S ADEL                     COOK                              2.05  
31.11  -83.43

1 E LEE                      COFFEE                            2.04  
31.49  -86.05

5 NE EMPRESS                 BROOKS                            2.00  
30.73  -83.52

REMARKS: 



D. INLAND FLOODING...
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BAY... RECORD FLOODING ON ECONFINA CREEK AT STATE ROAD 20. WATER
SURFACE HEIGHT OF 26.17 FT NAVD88. SR-20 BRIDGE OVERTOPPED.   

CALHOUN, FL...MODERATE RIVER FLOODING ON CHIPOLA RIVER NEAR ALTHA.
STAGE READING OF 23.72 FT. IMPACTS TO A FEW HOMES DOWNSTREAM FROM
THE GAUGE. SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO FISH CAMPS ALONG THE RIVER.

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E. MAXIMUM STORM SURGE AND STORM TIDE...
OFFICIAL TIDE GAUGES NOTED WITH LEADING G
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COUNTY           CITY/TOWN        SURGE   TIDE   DATE/   BEACH       
                 OR LOCATION      (FT)    (FT)   TIME    EROSION     
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FRANKLIN       G APALACHICOLA      8.50   7.72  10/1812  UNKNOWN   

BAY            G PANAMA CITY BEA   4.31   3.86  10/1548  UNKNOWN  I

BAY            G PANAMA CITY       5.60   5.31  10/1806  UNKNOWN  I

JEFFERSON        NUTALL RISE      -9999.00   7.30  10/2000  UNKNOWN   

TAYLOR           STEINHATCHEE     -9999.00   5.26  10/2100  UNKNOWN   

WAKULLA          SHELL POINT      -9999.00   8.28  10/1900 MODERATE   

WAKULLA          SPRING CREEK     -9999.00   6.69  10/1700  UNKNOWN  I

Wakulla          SAINT MARKS      -9999.00   5.53  10/1800  UNKNOWN  I

GULF             WHITE CITY       -9999.00   5.21  10/1930  UNKNOWN   

WAKULLA          CURTIS MILL      -9999.00   6.57  10/2000  UNKNOWN   


REMARKS: STORM TIDE VALUE IS IN MHHW DATUM. USGS STORM SURGE SENSOR
INFORMATION - PEAK WATER LEVEL RELATIVE TO NAVD88 AND ABOVE GROUND
LEVEL (AGL) - PRELIMINARY DATA AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE.	      
SEASIDE BEACH (WALTON)................8.81 FT NAVD88 0.86 FT AGL    
 SANTA CLARA BEACH (WALTON)............8.22 FT NAVD88 1.73 FT AGL   
 MEXICO BEACH (BAY)...................15.55 FT NAVD88 10.26 FT AGL  
 CAPE SAN BLAS (GULF)..................7.76 FT NAVD88	 N/A	    
 APALACHICOLA (FRANKLIN)...............8.22 FT NAVD88 2.90 FT AGL   
 ST GEORGE ISLAND SP (FRANKLIN)........7.73 FT NAVD88 1.77 FT AGL   

 ALLIGATOR POINT (FRANKLIN)............8.67 FT NAVD88 1.29 FT AGL 
 OCHLOCKONEE BAY (WAKULLA).............8.42 FT NAVD88 4.60 FT AGL   

 ST MARKS BOAT RAMP (WAKULLA)..........9.06 FT NAVD88 8.70 FT AGL   
 ECONFINA STATE PARK (TAYLOR)..........8.75 FT NAVD88 6.64 FT AGL   

 SPRING WARRIOR (TAYLOR)...............8.26 FT NAVD88 5.80 FT AGL   

 KEATON BEACH (TAYLOR).................7.71 FT NAVD88 5.95 FT AGL
 STEINHATCHEE (TAYLOR).................6.78 FT NAVD88 5.78 FT AGL   
 HORSESHOE BEACH (DIXIE)...............6.20 FT NAVD88 2.77 FT AGL   

 SHIRED ISLAND (DIXIE).................5.93 FT NAVD88 4.19 FT AGL 
 
 USING AVAILABLE OBSERVATIONS, HIGH WATER MARKS FROM USGS AND NWS
FIELD SURVEY TEAMS, AND A POST LANDFALL HINDCAST SIMULATION OF
SLOSH, PRELIMINARY PEAK STORM SURGE INUNDATION IS ESTIMATED TO BE: 
 
 FROM MEXICO BEACH TO INDIAN PASS..............9 TO 14 FEET
 FROM INDIAN PASS TO LANARK VILLAGE............6 TO 9 FEET
 FROM LANARK VILLAGE TO ECONFINA STATE PARK....9 TO 11 FEET
 FROM ECONFINA STATE PARK TO STEINHATCHEE......6 TO 8 FEET
 FROM STEINHATCHEE TO SUWANNEE RIVER...........4 TO 6 FEET



F. TORNADOES...
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LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL                          TIME(UTC)    (IF KNOWN)
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G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...
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COUNTY            DEATHS           INJURIES             EVACUATIONS  
DESCRIPTION
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FRANKLIN             0                 0                     9000 

80 HOMES WERE DESTROYED ACROSS THE COUNTY INCLUDING 50 ON ST. GEORGE
ISLAND AND 10 ON DOG ISLAND. APPROXIMATELY $30 MILLION IN DAMAGES
WAS DONE TO HOMES. 13 DERELICT VESSLES WERE REPORTED. 80% OF COUNTY
RESIDENTS WERE ESTIMATED TO HAVE EVACUATED AND BASED ON POPULATION
THIS IS APPROXIMATELY 9000 RESIDENTS. 283K FORESTED ACRES WERE
CLASSIFIED AS MODERATE DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER WAS DAMAGED IN MODERATE
AREAS). DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

BAY                  20                                      1714 

SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE AND INUNDATION REPORTED THROUGHOUT MEXICO BEACH.
NUMEROUS REPORTS OF DAMAGE THROUGHOUT PANAMA CITY. REPORTS INCLUDE
DOWNED TREES, DOWNED POWERLINES, DAMAGE TO STRUCTURES, AND
INUNDATION ALONG PANAMA CITY BEACH. AWOS STATION PAM, TYNDALL AFB
REPORTS GUSTS TO 139 MPH. DAMAGE ACROSS TYNDALL AFB WAS EXTENSIVE.
ALL BASE HOUSES SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE AND SOME SUSTAINED
STRUCTURAL FAILURE. THE FLIGHTLINE WAS DEVASTATED AND THE DRONE
RUNWAY, AFCEC LABS, AND SILVER FLAG AREAS ALL SUSTAINED CATASTROPHIC
DAMAGE. TYNDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SUSTAINED SEVERE DAMAGE. ACROSS
THE COUNTY, AT LEAST 45,108 STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED WITH 1,552
DESTROYED. 138 CARS WERE DERAILED ON THE BAYLINE RAILROAD. 162
DERELICT VESSELS WERE REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY. THE LYNN HAVEN
POLICE DEPARTMENT BUILDING LOST ITS ROOF. 330 PATIENTS WERE
EVACUATED FROM TWO AREA HOSPITALS, BOTH OF WHICH SUSTAINED ROOF
DAMAGE. 1,714 PERSONS SHELTERED AT PEAK. 71K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA
WAS CLASSIFIED IN THE CATASTRPOHIC CATEGORY (95% OF TIMBER IN
CATASTROPHIC AREA WAS DAMAGED). 119K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS
CLASSIFIED IN THE SEVERE CATEGORY (75% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN SEVERE
AREA). 91K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS CLASSIFIED IN THE MODERATE
DAMAGE AREA (15% OF TIMBER IN MODERATE AREA WAS DAMAGED). DAMAGE
ASSESSMENTS ARE STILL ONGOING. 

GULF                 1                                            

NUMEROUS REPORTS OF TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN, ALSO REPORTS OF
STRUCTURAL DAMAGE OF RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS. 2009
STRUCTURES RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE...1223 MAJOR DAMAGE AND 985 WERE
DESTROYED. 125K ACRES OF FORESTED AREAS WERE CLASSIFIED AS
CATASTROPHIC (95% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN CATASTROPHIC AREA) DAMAGE TO
TIMBER. 141K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS CLASSIFIED AS SEVERE DAMAGE
(75% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN SEVERE AREA). DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE
ONGOING. 

CALHOUN, FL                                                       

NUMEROUS REPORTS OF SNAPPED TREES AND DOWNED POWERLINES IN
BLOUNTSTOWN AND ACROSS THE COUNTY. NEARLY 100% OF THE COUNTY LOST
POWER. APPROX. 151K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS CLASSIFIED IN THE
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE CATEGORY (95% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN CATASTROPHIC
AREA). APPROX. 173K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS AFFECTED BY MODERATE
DAMAGE (75% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN SEVERE AREA). DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS
ARE ONGOING. 

LEON                 0                 0                     1500 

NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN IN TALLAHASSEE AND ACROSS THE
COUNTY WITH WIDEPSREAD POWER OUTAGES. TWENTY FIVE RESIDENTAL
STRUCTURES WERE DESTROYED, 243 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE, 657 SUSTAINED
MINOR DAMAGE AND 240 OTHERS WERE AFFECTED. THE COUNTY CLEARED 1100
ROADWAYS WITH 200 ROADS CLEARED IN THE CITY. 43,000 TONS (OR 3000
TRUCKLOADS) OF DEBRIS WAS COLLECTED IN THE COUNTY. 10 DISASTER
RELIEF CENTERS WERE OPENED. AT COUNTY SITES, OVER 500,000 BOTTLES OF
WATER, MORE THAN 7,000 BAGS OF ICE AND MORE THAN 70,000 SAND BAGS
WERE DISTRIBUTED. 113,237 CITY OF TALLAHASSEE CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT
POWER. PUBLIC ASSISTANCE COSTS WERE ESTIMATED AROUND $40.5 MILLION.
1500 PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED WITH 200 PETS. 154K FORESTED ACRES WERE
CLASSIFIED AS MODERATE DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN MODERATE
AREAS). 

JACKSON              3                                       200  

NUMEROUS REPORTS OF DAMAGE IN MARIANA INCLUDING DAMAGE TO
INSTITUTIONAL LEVEL BUILDINGS, ALONG WITH DOWN POWER LINES AND DOWN
TREES. 400 BUILDINGS WERE DESTROYED AND 600 OTHERS SUFFERED MAJOR
DAMAGE INCLUDING THE SHERIFFS OFFICE. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST
POWER DURING THE HURRICANE. 200 PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED. GUST OF 89
KNOTS OR 102 MPH AT KMAI MARIANNA AIRPORT IN JACKSON COUNTY IN THE
NORTHERN EYEWALL. 296K FORESTED ACRES WERE CLASSIFIED AS SEVERE
DAMAGE (75% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN SEVERE AREAS). 99K FORESTED ACRES
WERE CLASSIFIED AS MODERATE DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER WAS DAMAGED IN
MODERATE AREAS). DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

WAKULLA              0                 0                     0    

ONE VESSEL DESTROYED AT PANACEA. PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ASSESSMENT HAD
251 RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES AND 24 BUSINESSES AFFECTED BY THE STORM.
OF THESE, 18 RESIDENCES WERE CONSIDERED DESTROYED AND 171 RESIDENCES
EXPERIENCED MAJOR DAMAGE FROM THE STORM. TOTAL ESTIMATED DAMAGE IS
$13.59 MILLION. 203K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS CLASSIFIED AS
MODERATE DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER WAS DAMAGED IN MODERATE AREAS).
DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

SEMINOLE             1                 0                     0    

MESONET SITE FROM GEORGIAWEATHER IN DONALSONVILLE MEASURED WIND GUST
OF 115 MPH. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. 99% OF HOMES
SUSTAINED AT LEAST SOME DAMAGE. CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO TIMBER STANDS
WITH SOME AREAS HAVING 95% OF TIMBER DAMAGED PER ACRE. MOST OF THE
COTTON CROP IS A TOTAL LOSS. DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

DALE                 0                 0                     123  

3 HOMES RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE. 35-45 TREES WERE DOWN. ECHO, AL AREA
HAD WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES WITH MORE SPORADIC OUTAGES ACROSS THE
REMAINDER OF THE COUNTY. THERE WERE VOLUNTARY EVACUATIONS WITH 123
EVACUEES IN SHELTERS...MANY OF WHICH WERE FROM OUTSIDE THE COUNTY. 

DOUGHERTY            0                 0                     400  

MULTIPLE REPORTS OF TREES DOWN IN ALBANY. 3,003 RESIDENTAL
STRUCTURES SUSTAINED AT LEAST SOME DAMAGE WITH 1,701 OF THESE MINOR,
532 MAJOR AND 49 TOTALLY DESTROYED. THERE WAS 300,000 CUBIC YARDS OF
DEBIS IN THE UNINCORPORATED PORTION OF THE COUNTY. SOME OF THE PECAN
ORCHARDS WERE COMPLETELY DESTROYED AND SEVERE DAMAGE WAS NOTED TO
THE TIMBER STANDS. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER DURING THE
EVENT. APPROXIMATELY 400-500 PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED. A DOZEN INJURIES
WERE SUSTAINED DURING STORM CLEAN UP. ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

MITCHELL             1                 0                     0    

100% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER DURING THE STORM. 84 CHICKEN HOUSES
WERE BLOWN DOWN. THERE WAS SIGNIFICANT AGRICULTURAL LOSS TO TIMBER,
COTTOM AND PECAN GROVES. DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

THOMAS               0                 0                     0    

THREE HOMES WERE DESTROYED...17 SUFFERED MAJOR DAMAGE...11 SUSTAINED
MINOR DAMAGE AND SEVERAL OTHERS WERE ALSO AFFECTED. 

LOWNDES              0                 0                     0    

SIX HOMES SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE. 50 TREES WERE DOWNED. 10,000
CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER. DAMAGE ESTIMATE IS AROUND $300,000 

TIFT                 0                 0                     1000 

SIX HOMES WERE DESTROYED, 30 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE, AND 100
RECEIVED MINOR DAMAGE. SEVERAL BUSINESSES WERE ALSO IMPACTED. TOTAL
CROP DAMAGE WAS ESTIMATED AT $21 MILLION (EXCLUDING TIMBER). DEBRIS
CLEAN UP COSTS WERE ESTIMATED AROUND $300,000. 95% OF CUSTOMERS LOST
POWER. 

IRWIN                0                 0                     0    

REPORTS OF NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES DOWN. MINOR RESIDENTAL
DAMAGE. 75% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. APPROXIMATELY 25-30 RESIDENTS
UTILIZED COMFORT STATIONS. DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

LIBERTY              1                 3                     1600 

17 STRUCTURES WERE DESTROYED...42 SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE AND 2343
SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE. THERE WAS OVER 1 MILLION CUBIC YARDS OF
DEBRIS (NOT INCLUDING THOSE IN THE FOREST). 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS
LOST POWER. APPROXIMATELY 20-25% OF RESIDENTS EVACUATED WHICH IS
ABOUT 1600 RESIDENTS BASED ON THE POPULATION. 450 PEOPLE WERE HOUSED
IN SHELTERS. 255K FORESTED ACRES WERE CLASSIFIED AS SEVERE DAMAGE
(75% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN SEVERE AREA). 261K FORESTED ACRES WERE
CLASSIFIED AS MODERATE DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER DAMAGED IN MODERATE
AREAS). DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

GRADY                0                 0                          

100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER...SOME OF THESE OUTAGES
LASTING UP TO 2 WEEKS. THERE WAS SUBSTANTIAL LOSS TO COTTON AND
PECAN CROPS. NUMBER OF EVACUATIONS IS UNKNOWN, HOWEVER 200
INDIVIDUALS USED A COMFORT STATION OVERNIGHT. DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE
ONGOING. 

MILLER               0                 0                     165  

100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER DURING THE STORM. THERE WAS A
VOLUNTARY EVACUATION OF MOBILE HOMES AND SUBSTANDARD HOUSING. 165
PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED. 80% OF HOMES WERE ESTIMATED TO HAVE RECEIVED
DAMAGE. CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO TIMBER STANDS WITH SOME
AREAS SEEING 95% TIMBER DAMAGED PER ACRE. MOST OF THE COTTON CROP
WAS LOST. DAMAGE ASSESSMENT IS ONGOING. 

BAKER                0                 0                          

47 HOMES RECEIVED DAMAGE. SEVERE DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO TIMBER
STANDS. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER WITH SOME ALSO LOSING
WATER. ONE INDIRECT INJURY WAS SUSTAINED TO A MALE USING A CHAINSAW
DURING RECOVERY. DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

EARLY                0                 1                     103  

ESTIMATED 30 HOMES ARE UNINHABITABLE DUE TO TREE DAMAGE. IN
ADDITION...COTTON AND PEANUT CROPS SUSTAINED SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE.
CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE TO TIMBER STANDS WITH SOME AREAS IN THE EASTERN
AND SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE COUNTY HAVING 95% OF THE TIMBER DAMAGED
PER ACRE. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER DURING THE
STORM. ONE FEMALE WAS INJURED WHEN A TREE FELL ON A HOUSE. A
VOLUNTARY EVACUATION ORDER WAS ISSUED AND 103 INDIVIDUALS USED THE
COMFORT STATION THAT WAS OPENED. 

DECATUR              0                 0                     30   

DAMAGE TO MANY HOMES. CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED TO TIMBER
STANDS WITH SOME AREAS IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE COUNTY SEEING 95%
OF TIMBER DAMAGED PER ACRE. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER
DURING THE EVENT. VOLUNTARY EVACUATION ORDERS WERE IN PLACE WITH 30
PEOPLE IN LOCAL SHELTERS. DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

HOUSTON              0                 0                     0    

EXTENSIVE DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED IN LUCY, PANSEY, SOUTHERN JUNCTION,
GORDON, MADRID, COTTONWOOD, ASHFORD, AND COLUMBIA. OUTAGES PEAKED AT
24,000 CUSTOMERS IN THE CITY OF DOTHAN WITH AN ADDITIONAL 10,000
ALABAMA POWER CUSTOMERS THAT LOST POWER IN THE COUNTY. DAMAGE
ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

GENEVA               0                 0                     0    

4 HOMES WERE DESTROYED, 12 HOMES SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE AND 100
OTHER HOMES WERE AFFECTED. WIDESPREAD POWER OUTAGES WERE OBSERVED
WITH 5,200 ALABAMA CUSTOMERS LOSING POWER. ONE PERSON HAD TO
EVACUATE THEIR HOME DUE TO DAMAGE. 

HENRY                0                 0                          

25 TO 30 HOMES WERE DAMAGED WITH TWO TO THREE DESTROYED. THE COTTON
CROP SUSTAINED TOTAL DEVASTATION. 100 PERCENT OF COUNTY RESIDENTS
LOST POWER. 

WALTON               0                 0                     500  

30 HOMES DAMAGED. 500 PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED DURING THE STORM. DAMAGE
ESTIMATE COST OF $500,000 BUT ASSESSMENTS ARE STILL ONGOING. 

HOLMES               0                 0                     220  

100 PERCENT OF THE COUNTY WAS WITHOUT POWER. 220 HOLMES COUNTY
RESIDENTS AND 12 NON-COUNTY RESIDENTS WERE SHELTERED. 29K FORESTED
ACRES WERE CLASSIFIED AS MODERATE DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER WAS DAMAGED
IN MODERATE AREA). ASSESSMENT IS STILL ONGOING. 

WASHINGTON           0                 0                          

89 HOMES WERE DAMAGED. 99-100% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. 85% OF
COTTON CROPS AND 50% OF PEANUT CROPS WERE LOST. DAMAGE ESTIMATE OF
$750,000 TO COUNTY ROADS AND BRIDGES AND $1 MILLION IN DAMAGE TO
COUNTY BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT. 248 INJURIES WERE SUSTAINED DURING
STORM CLEAN UP. 113K FORESTED ACRES WERE CLASSIFIED AS MODERATE
DAMAGE (15% OF TIMBER IN MODERATE AREA WAS DAMAGED). DAMAGE
ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

GADSDEN              4                                            

THERE WAS A NEAR TOTAL LOSS OF POWER ACROSS THE COUNTY. THREE
SHELTERS WERE OPENED HOWEVER THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE SHELTERED IS
UNKNOWN. FOUR DEATHS WERE RECORDED BUT NUMBER OF INJURIES IS
UNKNOWN. 59K ACRES OF FORESTED AREA WAS CLASSIFIED IN THE SEVERE
DAMAGE CATEGORY (75% OF TIMBER WAS DAMAGED IN SEVERE AREA). 185K
FORESTED ACRES WERE CLASSIFIED IN THE MODERATE CATEGORY (15% OF
TIMBER IN MODERATE CATEGORY WAS DAMAGED). ASSESSMENT IS ONGOING. 

JEFFERSON            0                 0                     130  

ONE HOME SUSTAINED MAJOR DAMAGE AND THERE WAS MINOR DAMAGE TO THE
ROOF OF ONE SCHOOL. ESTIMATED DAMAGE COSTS ARE $950,000. 130 PEOPLE
WERE SHELTERED DURING THE HURRICANE. 

TAYLOR               0                 0                          

MINOR FLOODING IN AUCILLA AND STEINHATCHEE AREA WITH LOCALIZED
FLOODING IN KEATON BEACH. 

LAFAYETTE            0                 0                     0    

3500 CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. LESS THAN FIVE DOWNED TREES AFFECTED
COUNTY ROADS. 

LEE                  0                 2                     110  

ALL ROADS HAD TREES AND POWERLINES DOWN ON THEM. 787 STRUCTURES WERE
AFFECTED, 1366 STRUCTURES HAD MINOR DAMAGE, 214 STRUCTURES HAD MAJOR
DAMAGE AND 53 STRUCTURES WERE DESTROYED. IN ADDITION, THREE FIRE
STATIONS SUSTAINED DAMAGE. 100 PERCENT OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER.
DAMAGE COST ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

COLQUITT             0                 0                     0    

OVER 500 TREES DOWNED FROM THE HURRICANE. 50,000 CUSTOMERS LOST
POWER. ESTIMATED COSTS ARE OVER $1 MILLION. 

COOK                 0                 0                     0    

ONE MOBILE HOME WAS DESTROYED WHEN A TREE FELL ON IT. IN ADDITION,
TWO HOMES WERE DAMAGED FROM A SMALL TREE FALLING ON THEM. NUMEROUS
TREES AND POWERLINES WERE DOWN. 

COFFEE               0                 0                     88   

TWO BUSINESSES IN ENTERPRISE SUSTAINED MINOR DAMAGE TO THE AWNING
AND ROOF. AT LEAST 23 TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.
466 PEOPLE LOST POWER. 88 PEOPLE WERE SHELTERED. DAMAGE COST TO
PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE COUNTY IS $80,000. 

MADISON              0                 0                     0    

MINIMAL DEBRIS ON ROADWAY. 

DIXIE                0                 0                     300  

A FEW TREES WERE DOWNED. 300 RESIDENTS EVACUATED. THERE WERE 3 TO 9
POWER OUTAGES IN THE COUNTY. 

BROOKS               0                 0                          

PROPERTY DAMAGE WAS LIMITED. IMPACTS WERE MAINLY DOWNED TREES AND
DAMAGE TO CROPS. 100% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. VOLUNTARY EVACUATION
FOR THE COUNTY BUT NUMBER OF RESIDENTS THAT EVACUATED IS UNKOWN.
ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

LANIER               0                 0                     50   

DAMAGE WAS LIMITED ACROSS THE COUNTY AND MAINLY HAD A FEW TREES FALL
ACROSS COUNTY ROADS. ONE LIMB DID AFFECT A HOUSE. 50 PEOPLE WERE
SHELTERED. LESS THAN 10% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. 

BERRIEN              0                 0                     0    

ONE HOUSE SUSTAINED DAMAGE. DAMAGE COSTS WERE APPROXIMATELY $10,000.
POWER OUTAGES WERE LIMITED ACROSS THE COUNTY. 

TURNER               0                 0                          

ROOFS WERE TORN OFF HOMES, RESULTING IN WATER DAMAGE. BARNS AND FARM
STRUCTURES WERE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. MUCH OF THE COTTON CROP WAS
LOST. 90% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. NUMBER OF EVACUATIONS UNKNOWN. 

BEN HILL             0                 0                     0    

75% OF CUSTOMERS LOST POWER. COST ASSESSMENT IS ONGOING. 

CLAY                 0                 0                          

FIVE HOMES WERE COMPLETELY DESTROYED. MUCH OF THE DAMAGE WAS TREES
ON HOMES OR ROOF DAMAGE. 100% OF CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER.
DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

RANDOLPH             0                 2                          

300 HOMES WERE DAMAGED WITH 50 SUSTAINING MAJOR DAMAGE. 35-80
PERCENT OF PECAN TREES WERE DAMAGED. COTTON YIELD DECREASED FROM
1200-1300/ACRE BEFORE THE STORM TO 300/ACRE AFTER THE STORM (75%
DECREASE). 100% OF CUSTOMERS WERE WITHOUT POWER. DAMAGE COSTS WERE
ESTIMATED AROUND $770K HOWEVER DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. TWO
INJURIES WERE SUSTAINED...ONE DUE TO A TREE THAT FELL ON A CAR AND
THE SECOND DUE TO A PERSON PUSHED OVER BY THE WIND. 

TERRELL              0                 2                     0    

SIGNIFICANT ROOF DAMAGE WAS SUSTAINED. 6000 TREES WERE DOWNED.
COTTON CROPS WERE DEVASTATED. MOST OF THE COUNTY LOST POWER, HOWEVER
EXACT NUMBERS ARE UNKNOWN. ESTIMATED $7 MILLION IN COSTS FOR DEBRIS
REMOVAL. TWO INDIRECT FATALITIES OCCURRED. TWO INJURIES WERE
SUSTAINED - ONE OF WHICH WAS DUE TO A TREE LIMB THAT ENTERED A
VEHICLE. 

QUITMAN                                                           

DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

WORTH                                                             

DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

CALHOUN                                                           

DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS ARE ONGOING. 

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