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Flood Watch / Flood Statement
Statement as of 08:43 PM EDT die 01o August, anno 2015

The National Weather Service in Jacksonville has issued a

* Urban and Small Stream Flood Advisory for...
southwestern Jeff Davis County in southeastern Georgia...
Coffee County in southeastern Georgia...

* until 1015 PM EDT

* at 843 PM EDT... Doppler radar indicated heavy rain due to
thunderstorms. This will cause Urban and Small Stream flooding in
the advisory area. Up to two inches of rain have already fallen.

* Some locations that will experience flooding include...
Douglas... Broxton... Ambrose... West Green... Snipesville and Denton.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause flooding of small
creeks and streams... as well as farm and country roads. Do not
attempt to travel across flooded roads. Find alternate routes.


Lat... Lon 3147 8314 3147 8312 3151 8308 3156 8306
      3161 8306 3164 8301 3166 8301 3184 8257
      3167 8257 3167 8263 3156 8263 3155 8260
      3155 8261 3142 8299 3142 8314 3143 8314
      3146 8315


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Local Storm Report


08/01/2015 0812 PM

SW Broxton, Coffee County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by Emergency Mngr.


            A couple trees were blown down SW of Broxton. Douglas
            AWOS measured gusts to 32 mph.




08/01/2015 0836 PM

Douglas, Coffee County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by Emergency Mngr.


            A tree was blown down in Douglas. Time of event based on
            radar data. Douglas AWOS measured a gust to 32 mph.





08/01/2015 0812 PM

SW Broxton, Coffee County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by Emergency Mngr.


            A couple trees were blown down SW of Broxton. Douglas
            AWOS measured gusts to 32 mph.




08/01/2015 0836 PM

Douglas, Coffee County.

Thunderstorm wind damage, reported by Emergency Mngr.


            A tree was blown down in Douglas. Time of event based on
            radar data. Douglas AWOS measured a gust to 32 mph.



Public Information Statement
Statement as of 4:45 PM EDT on August 1, 2015

       ... July 2015 climate summary for Jacksonville...

           ... .warmer and drier than normal July...

At Jacksonville International Airport...

Temperatures... the average temperature for July was 82.7 degrees
which was 0.4 degrees above normal. The average daily high was 92.8
degrees and the average daily low was 72.5 degrees. The maximum
temperature for the month was 98 degrees on the 12th and the minimum
for the month was 67 degrees on the 6th. We had 24 straight day of
tempertures 90 degres or warmer... the 18th ever recorded. No records
were set this month at Jacksonville.

Rainfall... there were 10 days of measurable rainfall in July at
Jacksonville International Airport. Monthly rainfall totaled 3.79
inches... 2.76 inches below normal. The greatest 24 hour total was
1.07 inches on the 7th. No precipitation records were set in the
month of July.

Wind... the average wind speed for July was 6.1 miles per hour. The
peak wind gust for the month was 45 miles per hour from the west on
the 22nd.

For energy consumption purposes... there were 0 heating degree
days... which is normal. There were 556 cooling degree days... which
is 20 above normal.

August outlook... the temperature outlook is for a greater chance of
above normal temperatures. The precipitation outlook shows equal
chances to see above or below normal precipitation in August. The
normal monthly average temperature is 81.8 degrees. The average Max
temperature is 90.9 degrees and the average min temperature is 72.7
degrees. Average August rainfall is 6.80 inches.

&&

Additional rainfall reports from around the area...

Jacksonville vicinity... northeast Florida...

Jacksonville Beach... .. 8.83 Fernandina Beach... .. 10.69
Jacksonville NAS... ... . 7.16 Gainesville... ... ... 8.09
Mayport ns... ... ... ... . 4.22 Glen St Mary... ... ... 5.53
big Talbot Island... ... 3.71 Federal Point... ... .. 4.79
Little Talbot Island... 2.79 St. Augustine litehs. 6.78
Craig Field... ... ... ... 4.77 St. Augustine Arpt...
south Ponte Vedra... ... 10.04 Hastings 4ne... ... ... 6.74
guana river St park... . 6.50 Beauclerc... ... ... ... . 6.62
Jasper... ... ... ... ... 8.87
Whitehouse olf... ... ... Xxxx Bell 4nw... ... ... ... . 7.32
                                       Orange Springs 2ssw.. M
                                       Palm Coast NE... ... .. 4.04
                                       Ocala... ... ... ... ... . 9.85
                                       Starke... ... ... ... ... 10.35
                                       Crescent City... ... .. 5.48
                                       Palm Coast 6ne... ... . 4.04
                                       White Springs 7n... .. 7.13
                                       Bunnell... ... ... ... .. M
                                       Flagler Beach... ... .. M
                                       Marineland... ... ... .. M
                                       Lake city 2e... ... ... 15.06
southeast Georgia...

Baxley 5nnw... ... ... ... 4.88 Woodbine... ... ... ... . 10.76
Brunswick... ... ... ... .. 7.35 St Simons Island... .. 9.22
Homerville 5n... ... ... . 4.29 Alma... ... ... ... ... .. 5.48
Pridgen... ... ... ... ... . 7.44 Patterson... ... ... ... 4.57
Manor... ... ... ... ... ... 6.33 Hazlehurst... ... ... .. 4.40
Nahunta 6ne... ... ... ... 11.00 Fargo 17ne... ... ... ... 9.09

Rainfall reports are preliminary. Co-op sites report a 24 hour total
not based on a midnight to midnight calendar day.

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For additional rainfall reports check out cocorahs... the community
collaborative rain... hail... and snow network. This public volunteer
rain gauge network is open to anyone willing to measure and report
precipitation. Go to the cocorahs website for more information and
to sign up. Http://www.Cocorahs.Org


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