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Tropical Storm Depression DEBBY Lashes at Florida with Heavy Flood Rains over 25 inches and Tornados rip houses apart 26 June 2012

June 26, 2012

Tropical Storm Depression DEBBY Lashes at Florida with Heavy Flood Rains over 25 inches and Tornados rip houses apart 26 June 2012

NORTHERN ATLANTIC OCEAN
Tropical storm Debby / 04L
Warning 10 from NHC at 2100 GMT
Position 29.3N 85.1W
Location 30 miles SSW of Apalachicola, Florida
Movement 040° (NE) at 4 knots
Maximum sustained winds 40 knots gusting 50 knots
Winds of 34 knots or higher occur within 230 miles to the southeast of the centre
Threatened landmasses USA: northeastern Gulf coast
Next warning from NHC at 1800 GMT

Debby is now quasi-stationary and a little weaker. The storm is not expected to change much in strength or position over the next few days.

Regional warnings & watches
A tropical storm WARNING is in force from Destin to Englewood, Florida.

Storm surge
Apalachee Bay to Waccasassa Bay: 3 to 5 feet
Florida coast south of Waccasassa Bay: 1 to 3 feet

Rainfall
Another 6 to 12 inches over northern Florida, totalling possibly up to 25 inches; 4 to 8 inches over central Florida and extreme southeastern Georgia; 3 to 6 inches in southern Florida and southeastern South Carolina.

Tornadoes
A few tornadoes are possible in parts of eastern Florida Panhandle, Florida and southern Georgia.

TROPICAL DISTURBANCE UPDATE
NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC OCEAN
Update from JTWC at 2000 GMT
System 94W is no longer suspect for tropical cyclone formation

System 95W
Position 12.7N 134.2E
Location 330 miles N of Palau
Likelihood of tropical cyclone formation is upgraded to HIGH
This system is subject to a tropical cyclone formation alert

Site – http://tropicalcyclones.blogspot.com/

Google Earth Paths

http://www.tropicalatlantic.com/models/data.cgi?basin=al&year=2012&st…

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