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Tony Cristaldi
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Loc: West Melbourne, Florida
Looking for rainfall reports from our 10 counties from Barry
      #75363 - Sat Jun 02 2007 08:26 PM

If you live in the 10-counties that our office issues forecasts and warnings for (Lake, Seminole, Volusia, Orange, Osceola, Brevard, Indian River, Okeechobee, Saint Lucie, and Martin) could you post your 2-day rainfall totals from Barry in this thread so we can compile it here at the office and save it for our post-event write-up. Thanks.

Tony C.
NWS Melbourne

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Loc: Port Saint Lucie FL
Re: Looking for rainfall reports from our 10 counties from Barry [Re: Tony Cristaldi]
      #75364 - Sat Jun 02 2007 09:05 PM

One local source here in St. Lucie County (Pt. St. Lucie) said we've had 5.47" since June 1st.

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