(knqx and Florida Keys Marathon Airport (kmth due to storm surge flooding-induced communications failures. Figure 8 is a water level plot from a tide gage located on the west side of Key West. Storm Surge Real-time observations and post-storm high water mark surveys throughout the Florida Keys revealed two storm surge events associated with the passage of Hurricane Wilma (fema 2006). References Federal Emergency Management Agency (fema 2006: Final Coastal High Water Mark Collection for Hurricane Wilma in Florida. Figure 5 is a satellite image of Hurricane Wilma taken at 1215 EDT by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (modis) instrument aboard the Terra satellite.
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The area of low pressure became sufficiently organized to be classified as a tropical depression by 1400 EDT, 15 October. Those traps that were recovered soon acquired abnormal accumulations of barnacles, apparently due to the mixing of fresh water from the Everglades with salt water from the Gulf of Mexico and Straits of Florida. Highway 1 near Jewfish Creek, and at mile marker 110 where the road was flooded with several inches of water. Waterspout movement was estimated by Doppler radar to be near 40 kt toward the north-northwest. However, a long-lived, mesocyclonic waterspout associated with a supercell thunderstorm was visible from Key West by NWS forecasters and other residents during the afternoon of 23 October (Fig. Wind damage Scattered trees and numerous large branches were blown down throughout the Florida Keys. Coast Guard Sector Key West provided information regarding damage to marine navigational aids.
Wilma Flinstone Booty.
The parent convective cell of this vortex was associated with a large outer spiral rainband of Hurricane Wilma. By 0230 EDT, Key West International Airport was flooded, with the runway complex inundated and the airport terminal flooded with six inches of salt water. Highway 1 flooded in the Saddlebunch Keys. The second event was more severe, and resulted in the worst storm surge inundation throughout most of the Florida Keys since Hurricane Betsy on 8 September 1965. Canals throughout the lower Florida Keys began overflowing between 05 EDT. In the upper Florida Keys, maximum storm tides.5 ft above MSL were estimated.S.