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Lumcon Marine Center

30/1720

997.7

30/1746

43

Lumcon Ponchartrain

1/0008

996.0

30/2208

41

54

Terrebone Bay

30/1944

997.8

30/1994

50

58

Turtle Cove

30/2345

38

44

1747

104 100

Slidell

1/0009

1001.7

1/0006

36

45

Boothville

30/2223

1008.0

30/1901

32

45

New Orleans Lakefront Airport

30/2314

1000.7

30/2340

38

46

New Orleans International Airport

30/2246

998.3

30/2247

35

40

Southeast Citrus Venice Houma

Keesler Air Force Gulfport Pascagoula Point Cadete Waveland Bayou Bienvenue Bayou Dupre

42007 42040 BURL1 GDIL1

LA Offshore Oil Portd

155 89

Date/time

Pressure

Date/time

Sustained

Gust

Storm surge

(UTC)

(mb)

(UTC)a

(kt)b

(kt)

(m)c

30/2320

40

48

0.9

01/0110

43

54

1.5

30/2110

38

51

0.9

30/2145

36

Total rain (mm)

159

30/2354 30/2004 30/1459 30/1003

34 39

Mississippi 30/0307 1/0054 1/0221

37

1/0250

34

30/2050

36

30/1840

49

30/2050

36

30/2025

56e

Minimum sea

Maximum surface

level pressure

wind speed

42 48

45 45 36

46 49 67 49 67

1.2

1.4 1.5 1.7 1.6

Rigolets Mandeville Mid Lake Causeway Belle Chase Naval Air Station Industrial Canal South Shore Harbor Frenier Caillou Bayou Grand Isle

1.5 1.1 1.4 1.3 1.0

NOAA buoy and C-MAN

JUNE 2005

ANNUAL SUMMARY

TABLE 2. Selected surface observations for Tropical Storm Bill, 29 Jun2 Jul 2003.

Location

Louisiana

a b

c d e

Date/time is for sustained wind when both sustained and gust are listed. Except as noted, sustained wind averaging periods for C-MAN and land-based Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS) reports are 2 min; buoy averaging periods are 8 min. Storm surge is water height above normal astronomical tide level. One hundred fifty feet above sea level. Five-minute-average wind.

3) DEATHS AND DAMAGES

There were four deaths associated with Bill. A 10-yr- old boy drowned in Holly Spring Creek in Raleigh, North Carolina; a man was killed by a falling tree in Atlanta, Georgia; and two swimmers drowned at Panama City Beach, Florida, in rip currents produced by Bill. Much of the wind damage was downed branches and trees that caused power outages across

the eastern portion of southeastern Louisiana and coastal Mississippi. The most significant storm surge floods occurred in coastal sections of southeastern Louisiana, primarily in southern Terrebone Parish where a levee was breached and overtopped in the Montegut area. This resulted in some homes being flooded. An F1 tornado (on the Fujita scale) touched down in Reserve, Louisiana, around 1710 UTC 30 June, hitting a private school and causing significant damage

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