718  
ACUS72 KTAE 211510 CCA  
PSHTAE  
 
POST TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT   
..SUBTROPICAL STORM ALBERTO
 
CORRECTED  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE - TALLAHASSEE FL  
1108 AM EDT THU JUN 21 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 ALBERTO  
 
COUNTIES INCLUDED...BAY...CALHOUN, FL...COFFEE...DALE...DIXIE...  
FRANKLIN...GENEVA...GULF...HOLMES...HOUSTON...JACKSON...JEFFERSON...  
LAFAYETTE...LIBERTY...TAYLOR...WAKULLA...WALTON...WASHINGTON...  
LEON  
 
JUN 21...CORRECTED FOR...MARINE OBSERVATIONS  
 
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) (KT) (UTC) (KT) (UTC)  
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KCTY-CROSS CITY, FL  
29.62 -83.10 9999.0 / 170/020 28/1935 180/034 28/1635  
 
KAAF-APALACHICOLA MUNI, FL  
29.72 -85.03 1000.5 28/1553 170/032 28/1812 170/043 28/1711  
 
K40J-PERRY-FOLEY, FL  
30.07 -83.57 9999.0 / 170/020 28/2015 190/028 28/2055  
 
KECP-PANAMA CITY NW, FL  
30.35 -85.80 995.4 28/2053 100/025 28/2001 100/041 28/2004  
 
KTLH-TALLAHASSEE RGNL, FL  
30.40 -84.35 1000.0 29/0453 150/020 28/2153 130/033 28/1742  
 
KPAM-TYNDALL AFB, FL  
30.07 -85.59 996.2 28/1811 150/031 28/1836 150/051 28/1932  
 
KDTS-DESTIN/FT WALTON BEACH ARPT, FL  
30.40 -86.47 997.0 28/2053 350/022 28/1902 350/036 28/2005  
 
KMAI-MARIANA, FL  
30.80 -85.21 1000.3 28/2153 050/021 28/2045 130/027 28/2153  
 
KOZR-FT RUCKER/CAIRNS, AL  
31.29 -85.72 999.3 28/2325 060/020 28/2106 040/028 28/2034  
 
KDHN-DOTHAN, AL  
31.32 -85.45 1001.5 28/2353 080/021 28/1630 090/031 28/1637  
 
K1JO-HOLMES COUNTY, FL  
30.85 -85.60 994.3 28/2258 040/019 28/1903 040/036 28/1903  
 
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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FRANKLIN COUNTY SCHOOL WEATHERSTEM  
29.76 -84.82 1000.4 28/1200 234/021 28/1500 255/029 28/1600  
 
FSU COASTAL AND MARINE LAB WEATHERSTEM  
29.91 -84.51 1002.4 28/1900 140/036 28/1800 157/039 28/1900  
 
ST GEORGE ISLAND BRIDGE WEATHERSTEM  
29.69 -84.89 1003.7 28/1500 144/044 28/1500 159/051 28/1600  
 
GULF COUNTY EOC WEATHERSTEM  
29.81 -85.29 997.8 28/1800 221/035 28/1900 166/039 28/1600  
 
PORT ST JOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WEATHERSTEM  
29.79 -85.29 997.2 28/1800 198/030 28/1800 198/033 28/1800  
 
FSU PANAMA CITY WEATHERSTEM  
30.19 -85.72 993.3 28/2100 345/037 28/1900 345/037 28/1900  
 
DEAN BOZEMAN SCHOOL WEATHERSTEM  
30.39 -85.69 993.7 28/2100 255/029 28/2300 255/033 28/2300  
 
EMERALD COAST MIDDLE SCHOOL WEATHERSTEM  
30.36 -86.11 991.5 28/2200 360/019 28/2000 360/023 28/2000  
 
WALTON COUNTY EOC WEATHERSTEM  
30.70 -86.00 994.5 28/2300 355/021 28/2100 355/024 28/2100  
 
SHELL POINT BEACH WEATHERSTEM  
30.05 -84.29 1002.5 28/2100 136/040 28/1500 160/042 28/2000  
 
WAKULLA HIGH SCHOOL WEATHERSTEM  
30.10 -84.38 1005.4 28/2100 294/029 28/2000 294/033 28/2000  
 
REMARKS:  
 
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) (KT) (UTC) (KT) (UTC)  
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42039-3D20 /D PENSACOLA  
28.78 -86.04 991.2 28/0950 070/043 28/0237 060/052 28/0350  
05/99  
 
SGOF1-TYNDALL AFB TOWER C, FL  
29.41 -84.86 1000.5 28/1400 140/044 28/1250 150/054 28/1524  
35/99  
 
KTNF1-KEATON BEACH, FL/M  
29.82 -83.59 1005.6 27/2100 170/028 28/2110 170/036 28/1454  
10/99  
 
SHPF1-SHELL POINT, FL  
30.06 -84.29 1003.6 28/2142 150/033 28/1830 160/041 28/1942  
06/99  
 
APXF1-APALACHICOLA NERR, FL  
29.79 -84.88 9999.0 999/999 160/026 28/1745 999/999 99/9999  
05/99  
 
APCF1-APALACHICOLA, FL NOS  
29.73 -84.98 1000.9 28/1518 180/032 28/1754 190/038 28/1842  
07/99  
 
PACF1  
30.15 -85.67 995.5 28/2018 170/034 28/2030 150/046 28/1948  
08/99  
 
PCBF1-PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL NOS  
30.21 -85.88 994.0 28/2018 240/034 28/2154 240/040 28/2154  
09/99  
 
REMARKS:  
 
C. STORM TOTAL RAINFALL FROM 1200 UTC MAY 27 UNTIL 0000 UTC MAY 30  
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CITY/TOWN COUNTY ID RAINFALL  
LAT LON (IN)  
DEG DECIMAL  
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2 NE ALPINE HEIGHTS WALTON 4.22  
30.74 -86.22  
 
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS WALTON 54J 4.21  
30.73 -86.15  
 
1 SSE PORTLAND COASTAL WALTON 4.19  
30.49 -86.19  
 
3 SW ALTHA CALHOUN 4.19  
30.53 -85.16  
 
TALLAHASSEE REGIONAL AIR LEON TALF1 3.98  
30.39 -84.36  
 
3 ESE DILLS JEFFERSON ASHF1 3.88  
30.60 -83.73  
 
LOWRY MILL COFFEE LOWA1 3.84  
30.42 -84.78  
 
WACISSA SPRINGS JEFFERSON 3.81  
30.35 -83.99  
 
3 SW DAWESVILLE THOMAS TLMG1 3.66  
30.87 -84.05  
 
2 SE BLOXHAM LEON 3.63  
30.36 -84.61  
 
1 NE HILLSDALE TIFT TWCG1 3.56  
31.48 -83.58  
 
WEWAHITCHKA GULF WEWF1 3.55  
30.10 -85.20  
 
1 S ADEL COOK AELG1 3.44  
31.12 -83.43  
 
1 SSW REED BINGHAM STATE COLQUITT ADLG1 3.39  
31.15 -83.54  
 
3 E BARNEY BROOKS HRAG1 3.37  
31.00 -83.46  
 
INLET BEACH WALTON 3.37  
30.27 -86.00  
 
PERRY TAYLOR PERF1 3.32  
30.10 -83.58  
 
2 NE TIFTON TIFT 3.32  
31.48 -83.48  
 
1 WNW TALLAHASSEE LEON 3.29  
30.44 -84.30  
 
1 S GREENWOOD JACKSON 3.28  
31.18 -84.34  
 
1 E SHIVER BROOKS OKAG1 3.24  
30.82 -83.53  
 
BLUE SPRINGS BROOKS QUTG1 3.21  
30.78 -83.46  
 
2 NNE TALLAHASSEE LEON 3.18  
30.46 -84.27  
 
2 SSW CHASTAIN THOMAS CLDG1 3.13  
31.00 -83.94  
 
VALDOSTA LOWNDES VLDST 3.12  
30.84 -83.28  
 
1 E SELLERSVILLE GENEVA SLLA1 3.04  
31.12 -85.98  
 
2 E CAIRNS ARMY AIR FIEL DALE DCRA1 3.03  
31.27 -85.68  
 
1 N THOMAS CITY JEFFERSON WACF1 3.00  
30.36 -83.97  
 
REMARKS:  
 
D. INLAND FLOODING...  
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WALTON...WATER FLOWED AT A HIGH RATE OF SPEED ACROSS CR 395 AT EAST  
POINT WASHINGTON ROAD IN SANTA ROSA BEACH. THE INTERSECTION OF  
FLOUNDERS AND PORPOISE STREETS IN SANTA ROSA BEACH WAS FLOODED.  
INLET BEACH PARK BEACH ACCESS AREA FLOODED ON LAKESHORE DRIVE.  
 
WAKULLA...A FEW LOW LYING ROADS FLOODED.  
 
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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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BAY G PANAMA CITY BEA 9999.00 2.62 28/1312 UNKNOWN  
 
BAY G PANAMA CITY MAR 9999.00 2.33 28/1342 UNKNOWN  
 
FRANKLIN G APALACHICOLA TI 9999.00 2.99 28/1800 UNKNOWN  
 
WAKULLA G SPRING CREEK 9999.00 4.86 28/1815 UNKNOWN  
 
WAKULLA G SHELL POINT 9999.00 4.83 28/1836 MINOR  
 
WAKULLA G SAINT MARKS 9999.00 4.72 28/1920 UNKNOWN  
 
JEFFERSON G NUTTALL RISE 9999.00 4.17 28/1848 UNKNOWN  
 
TAYLOR G STEINHATCHEE 9999.00 3.15 28/1800 UNKNOWN  
 
DIXIE G SUWANNEE 9999.00 3.60 28/1900 UNKNOWN  
 
REMARKS: GAUGE REPORTS IN MEAN HIGHER HIGH WATER  
 
PANAMA CITY BEACH TIDE STATION (BAY COUNTY) 1.65 FT MHHW  
PANAMA CITY MARINA (BAY COUNTY) 1.54 FT MHHW  
APALACHICOLA TIDE STATION (FRANKLIN COUNTY) 2.99 FT MHHW  
SPRING CREEK (WAKULLA COUNTY) 3.22 FT MHHW  
SHELL POINT (WAKULLA COUNTY) 3.20 FT MHHW  
SAINT MARKS (WAKULLA COUNTY) 2.89 FT MHHW  
NUTALL RISE (TAYLOR COUNTY) 2.27 FT MHHW  
STEINHATCHEE (TAYLOR COUNTY) 1.51 FT MHHW  
SUWANNEE RIVER (DIXIE COUNTY) 2.16 FT MHHW  
 
F. TORNADOES...  
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(DIST)CITY/TOWN COUNTY DATE/ EF SCALE  
LAT LON (DEG DECIMAL TIME(UTC) (IF KNOWN)  
DESCRIPTION  
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G. STORM IMPACTS BY COUNTY...  
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COUNTY DEATHS INJURIES EVACUATIONS  
DESCRIPTION  
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WALTON 0 0 0  
 
CONSTRUCTION BARRELS BLOWN ONTO HIGHWAY 98 IN MIRAMAR BEACH. A TREE  
FELL KNOCKING LINES ACROSS THE ROAD AT 186 FINE HILL DRIVE IN  
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS. TREES DOWNED AT SPENCE DRIVE AND SR 81 IN PONCE DE  
LEON, AT OAK GRIVE ROAD AND CR 181E IN WESTVILLE, AND AT SOUTH  
JACKSON STREET IN FREEPORT. FLOODING REPORTED IN SANTA ROSA BEACH  
NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF COUNTY HIGHWAY 395 AND EAST POINT  
WASHINGTON ROAD AND ALONG FLOUNDER STREET AND DOLPHIN WAY. INLET  
BEACH PARK BEACH ACCESS AREA FLOODED ON LAKESHORE DRIVE.  
 
DIXIE  
 
STORM SURGE IMPACTS...NONE. WATER DID NOT BREACH SEA WALL IN  
HORSESHOE BEACH AND SUWANNEE.  
 
TAYLOR  
 
COASTAL FLOOD IMPACTS...STEINHATCHEE BOAT RAMP FLOODED WITH SOME  
MINOR OVERWASH INTO THE ADJACENT PARKING LOT. ON THE AUCILLA RIVER,  
THE BOAT RAMP AT MANDALAY BAY WAS WASHED OFF PILINGS ONTO DRY LAND.  
 
WAKULLA  
 
APPROXIMATELY 40 LINES/TREES DOWN, A FEW LOW LYING ROADS FLOODED.  
ONE REPORT OF DAMAGE TO A STRUCTURE FROM A TREE FALLING. COASTAL  
FLOOD IMPACTS - ST MARKS RIVER AT US-98: 1.5 FEET INUNDATION AT  
NEWPORT BOAT RAMP. TOWN OF SAINT MARKS...RIVERSIDE DRIVE WAS FLOODED  
UP TO 1 FT DEPTH AND INUNDATION EXTENDED FROM RIVERFRONT UP TO 1000  
FT INLAND NORTHWARD ALONG PORT LEON DRIVE. WATER ENTERED RESTAURANT.  
OLD FORT ROAD AND AREAS NEAR THE FORT FLOODED WITH PEAK INUNDATION  
OF 2.5 FEET. SHELL POINT BEACH...MINOR BEACH EROSION. 5 HOMES HAD  
WATER WASH UNDERNEATH THEM ALONG BEATTY TAFF DRIVE. MASHES SANDS  
BEACH. FROM THE BEACH FRONT WESTWARD TO BLUE CRAB ROAD WAS FLOODED.  
PEAK INUNDATION WAS NEAR BEACHFRONT AROUND 2.5 FT. WATER INUNDATION  
COVERED UP TO 3000 FT ALONG THE ROAD. TWO HOMES AT GROUND LEVEL HAD  
WATER REACH AN EXTERIOR WALL, BUT NO WATER ENTERED THE STRUCTURES.  
 
FRANKLIN  
 
COASTAL FLOOD IMPACTS...ALLIGATOR POINT ROAD WAS OVERWASHED DURING  
PEAK STORM SURGE. IN EASTPOINT, FLOODING AFFECTED THE EAST END OF  
THE CAUSEWAY TO APALACHICOLA, BUCK STREET, THE BEACHES NEAR REED  
COURT AND WAS UP TO THE ROCKS AT 10TH STREET AND HIGHWAY 98. IN  
APALACHICOLA, THE MARINA AND WATER ST. FLOODED. AT THE EAST END OF  
THE ST. GEORGE ISLAND PLANTATION, THE BEACHES WERE UNDERWATER.  
 
COFFEE 0 0 0  
 
TREES DOWN ON COUNTY ROAD (CR) 321, CR 342 NEAR ELBA, AL 87 NEAR  
FULLER BROTHERS IN ELBA, AL 87 AT MM 34, AL 189 NEAR PERRY STORE/AL  
134, CR 153 NEAR TABERNACLE AND CR 248 AT WEEKS BRIDGE IN NEW  
BROCKTON. POWER LINES DOWN ON LEE ST. IN NEW BROCKTON, ELBA NEAR  
WEEKS TIRE AND IN THE DOWNTOWN AREAS OF ELBA AND ENTERPRISE.  
 
HOUSTON 0 0 0  
 
A FEW DOWNED TREES AND A SHORT POWER OUTAGE IN A SMALL AREA. ONE  
TREE PARTIALLY BLOCKED BRANNON STAND ROAD ON THE WEST SIDE OF  
DOTHAN.  
 
BAY 0 0 UNKWN  
 
A FEW DOWNED TREES AND A SHORT POWER OUTAGE IN A SMALL AREA. ONE  
TREE PARTIALLY BLOCKED BRANNON STAND ROAD ON THE WEST SIDE OF  
DOTHAN.  
 
HOLMES 0 0 0  
 
THERE WERE A COUPLE OF REPORTS OF TREES DOWN BLOCKING ROADWAYS  
(CARTER MACK AND OLD MILL). AN OAK TREE FELL ON A MOBILE HOME.  
 
JACKSON 0 0 0  
 
THREE SMALL POWER OUTAGES, A FEW MINOR ACCIDENTS AND ABOUT EIGHT  
TREES THAT CAME DOWN ON ROADS AND POWER LINES.  
 
LIBERTY 0 0 0  
 
SMALL AND SPORADIC POWER OUTAGES.  
 
LEON 0 0 0  
 
9000 HOMES LOST POWER IN THE CITY OF TALLAHASSEE DUE TO DOWNED TREES  
AND LIMBS. A CAR CRASHED INTO A TRAFFIC SIGN SUPPORT POLE IN I-10. A  
DRIVER HIT A UTILITY POLE ON WEST ORANGE AVENUE IN TALLAHASSEE.  
 
JEFFERSON 0 2 0  
 
A TREE FELL ON A CAR ON I-10 CAUSING 2 SERIOUS INJURIES.  
 

 
 
LEGEND:  
I-INCOMPLETE DATA  
E-ESTIMATED  
 
FIEUX  
 
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