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Loc: Hattiesburg,MS (31.3N 89.3W)
Palm Coast, Flagler County [Re: Lamar-Plant City]
      #78690 - Wed Sep 19 2007 11:51 PM

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSONVILLE FL
1145 PM EDT WED SEP 19 2007

1138 PM FLOOD 2 W PALM COAST 29.57N 81.25W
09/19/2007 FLAGLER FL EMERGENCY MNGR

EMERGENCY MANAGER REPORTS MODERATE FLOODING THROUGHOUT
PORTIONS OF FLAGLER COUNTY. BELLE TERRE PKWY FROM WHITE
VIEW PKWY NORTH TO PALM COAST PKWY HAS UP TO 12 INCHES OF
WATER OVER THE ROAD. IN PALM COAST THERE ARE
APPROXIMATELY 5 TO 6 HOUSES WITH WATER UP TO THE
DOORWAY...AND SAND BAGS ARE BEING PROVIDED. PARKVIEW
DRIVE SOUTH AND SEVERAL SECONDARY ROADS ARE CLOSED.

REPORTS AT 9 AM INDICATED UP TO 10 INCHES OF RAINFALL IN
THE PALM COAST AREA. RADAR ESTIMATES ARE UP TO 12 INCHES.


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allan
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Reged: Thu
Posts: 468
Loc: Palm Coast, Florida 29.55N 81.20W
Re: Palm Coast, Flagler County [Re: danielw]
      #78692 - Thu Sep 20 2007 12:38 AM

The statement above is no joke, we got the worst flooding we have ever experienced here in Palm Coast. We normally don't flood, FPC Highschool has also flooded in some areas, which I believe school is closed for tommorrow. I went to investigate the floods, drove to the worst area and found water as high as 4 feet in some areas. In fact, I lost control of the car and the flood steered it for a while, I was able to get out of that situation thank God. It was deffinatly a horrific night, tried to get good pictures, but it was too dark.

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Allan Reed - 18,9,5


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Trekman
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Reged: Fri
Posts: 32
Loc: Fort Walton Beach FL 30.44N 86.62W
Re: 93L Conditions in your Area [Re: allan]
      #78776 - Fri Sep 21 2007 11:13 AM

75 degrees
Light Rain
Wind N 15 G 21
Pressure 29.83 in (1010.4 mb)
Humidity 85%
Dewpoint 70


This is the current obs from Hurlburt Field.

We had a light sprinkle for a few minutes....so far.

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Went though: Erin ('95), Opal ('95), Danny ('97), Georges ('98), Ivan ('04), Dennis ('05)

Emergency Administration and Management program at Northwest Florida State College


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Trekman
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Reged: Fri
Posts: 32
Loc: Fort Walton Beach FL 30.44N 86.62W
Re: 93L Conditions in your Area [Re: Trekman]
      #78833 - Sat Sep 22 2007 11:17 AM

We did get some pretty good rainfall during last evening. We got much more overnight. Several tropical downpours. Not sure but we probably got 3+ inches.

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Went though: Erin ('95), Opal ('95), Danny ('97), Georges ('98), Ivan ('04), Dennis ('05)

Emergency Administration and Management program at Northwest Florida State College


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Trekman
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Posts: 32
Loc: Fort Walton Beach FL 30.44N 86.62W
Re: 93L Conditions in your Area [Re: Trekman]
      #78837 - Sat Sep 22 2007 12:40 PM

And as I write this....we are getting ANOTHER tropical downpour. It will be nice to be out of the circulation pattern of TD10

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Went though: Erin ('95), Opal ('95), Danny ('97), Georges ('98), Ivan ('04), Dennis ('05)

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