Structural damage due to surge occurred along the coastal portion of all of our counties, however, the damage was most substantial along the Florida coast near Navarre Beach. Video showed a landslide moving down a mountain in Tylorstown, South Wales, on Sunday morning. NOAA Coastal Aerial Photos Called the flood of the century and the most devastating storm to North Carolina, Hurricane Floyd made landfall at Cape Fear Sept. 19th. On Sunday, that connection was more abbreviated but still evident based on satellite imagery.  MOBILE (MIDDLE BAY) 3.64 AT 0441 UTC ON 7/11 (*) According to the UN Resident Coordinator's office in Havana, Hurricane Dennis has caused extensive damage in 11 provinces, affecting some 8 million persons, out of the total population of 11.1 million, rendering this one of the most devastating natural phenomena affecting the country in the last decades. New Hurricane Insights By Al Mitchell, Director of Research, Wayne-Dalton Corporation. Hurricane Dennis Damage Is Slight Says Federal Agency; Notice of Possible Closure of MMS Office in New Orleans on Monday, July 11, 2005, and of Contingency Plans Shut-in Press Releases. Forecast Discussion The track of Dennis lies below, courtesy of the National Hurricane Center. The westbound lanes on Highway 98 were damaged from the storm surge. Nationwide, Forecasts SEVERAL WEAK TORNADOES MAY HAVE OCCURRED NEAR THE EYEWALL OF The 920-millibar reading was roughly equivalent to what would be observed in a Category 4 or 5 hurricane. Damage totaled US$50 million. The minimal damage to mobile homes caused by Hurricane Dennis was, in part, due to the fact that it was a very compact storm with a fast forward speed; much more compact and faster moving than Hurricane Ivan which hit the same area in 2004. The combination of wind and storm surge allowed for almost every structure on Navarre Beach to suffer some degree of damage with structures located directly on the beach suffering the most severe damage. Below are some of the regional impacts...  PENSACOLA 5.50 AT 2000 UTC The resulting torrents killed at least 56 people, injured 36 others, and left 24 more missing. In general, the lower the pressure, the stronger the storm.  DAUPHIN ISLAND 4.00 AT 1900 UTC It occupied an extraordinary stretch of real estate, extending from south of Iceland southeast into Britain and southwest across the Atlantic and into the Gulf of Mexico. Major beach erosion occurred across the northwest Florida beaches from Pensacola Beach to points east of Destin. MINOR BEACH EROSION OCCURRED FROM DAUPHIN ISLAND TO National Weather Service This drop was more than twice the intensification rate required to be considered a bomb cyclone. Further west across the coastal counties of Alabama, the strongest wind gusts were generally 40-50mph, although there were a few hurricane force wind gusts along the immediate coastline. Please try another search. The highest wind gust of 121mph occurred in Navarre Beach (Florida Coastal Monitoring Program tower) where Dennis made landfall. Significant tree and power line damage, as well as some structural damage, occurred across the entire northwest Florida panhandle. Tornado Museum Heavy rain from the outer bands of Dennis produced widespread flooding and landslides in Haiti. Major flash flooding occurred along and east of the center of Dennis during the afternoon and evening of July 10th across portions of southwest Alabama and the western Florida panhandle. Forecasts call for more high winds and showers Monday as the storm center slowly spins to the northeast of the region. Nationwide Gwent County police said residents of Skenfrith, Monmouthshire, were advised to evacuate because of the flooding. http://www.UltimateChase.com Hurricane Dennis caused havoc on many locations and Mike Theiss was there to document two of these locations. The eye of Hurricane Dennis came ashore just east of Pensacola, Fla., Sunday afternoon. No one was onboard the boat at the time of the fire. Past Events Very few of these storms typically see their minimum air pressure drop to 930 millibars or lower; yet this has now happened three times in the past 10 days, with Dennis ranking as the most intense of the three storms. Join Date: Mar 2003. No significant damage was reported to most structures; however, insurers initially estimated that Dennis caused $3–$5 billion in insured damage, or approximately $6–$10 billion total (insured damage estimates are generally held to be approximately one-half of total damages).  MOBILE STATE DOCKS 4.00 AT 0618 UTC ON 7/11 (*) At 18 points, Dennis caused $3.98 billion in damage, while 32 point Ivan caused $26.1 billion in damage. Updated for U.S. damage 9 September 2014 Hurricane Dennis was an unusually strong July major hurricane that left a trail of destruction from the Caribbean Sea to the northern coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Please select one of the following: It was estimated that most of the cotton crop in northwest Florida was from the heavy rains and high winds. This means individual waves in that area were potentially as high as 128 feet. In the United States, 15 storm-related deaths (14 in Florida) were reported, including one in Walton County, three in Broward County, three in Charlotte County, one each in Nassau and … Questions? For the second time in less than a week and third time in two months, the area was at risk of a tropical system. NHC Tropical Cyclone Report - Hurricane Dennis Wind gusts (in knots) are all from July 10, 2005. Computer models on Sunday signaled that cooler-than-average conditions might arrive in the eastern United States for early March, potentially giving rise to some snow events after all. Microbarograph chart from NWS Mobile. Once a Category 4 storm, Dennis packed winds of 120 miles per hour when it … The 48 hour rainfall totals from across the area can be viewed in the table below. Almost immediately, it made landfall on Grenada as a tropical depression with 30 mph winds. ESCAMBIA...CLARKE AND MONROE COUNTIES OF ALABAMA. Dennis strengthened into a tropical storm on the 5th of July as it moved west-northwest across the Caribbean Sea. DESTIN. The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning. Hurricane Dennis was the second hurricane and the first major hurricane of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season.Dennis struck in the United States near where Hurricane Ivan less than a year before. Thread Tools Search this Thread Jul 11th, 2005, 07:23 PM #1 Marsh. About Our Office On October 24th, 2005, Hurricane Wilma hits from the southwest with 125mph winds while moving very quickly. 'width' : '100%', Dennis, one of the Atlantic’s most powerful bomb cyclones, churns up 100-foot waves and slams Britain. On July 10 Dennis became the strongest hurricane before August, this record was held by Hurricane Audrey in 1957, meaning the record was not beaten for 48 years. Drought $('.five-sixth-first').css({  FORT MORGAN 7.10 AT 1800 UTC For reference, Pace, FL is located approximately 15-20 miles from the immediate coastline. As Hurricane Dennis continued to go up north towards southwestern Alabama it weakened into a tropical storm. Firefighters could not get to the boat since it was anchored in the bayou and they had to watch it burn. A list of observed wind gusts from the northwest Florida panhandle and southwest Alabama can be viewed in the table below. An aerial survey of the damage showed a 5-10 mile wide area of destruction with most of the damage located east of the eye. Storm Dennis, the second-strongest nontropical storm on record in the North Atlantic Ocean, caused widespread flooding across parts of the United Kingdom on Sunday, along with winds exceeding hurricane force. Hurricane Dennis had a very small eye and winds around the eyewall caused significant damage as the storm moved north. There are some signs that Dennis may have been sufficiently large and intense to cause this persistent weather pattern to change. US Dept of Commerce Fast Access It was noted in the storm survey that a lot of the damage looked like a giant tornado, except the trees were all facing in the same general direction. The Associated Press contributed to this report. $('.full-width-border').css('border-top', 'white'); One of the biggest problems was along I-10 in the Pensacola area where a portion of the interstate flooded due to poor drainage (construction area at that time). For example, the index … As was the case in Florida, the cotton crop suffered damage from the heavy rains and high winds. MOST SEVERELY. **All of the deaths were related to the improper use of emergency generators**. It was estimated that most of the cotton crop in northwest Florida was from the heavy rains and high winds. Outlooks According to a list maintained by Christopher Burt, a weather historian at Weather Underground, Dennis ranks as the second-strongest storm on record for this region. On Saturday, about 145 British army personnel and reservists helped set … A boat anchored in Cinco Bayou (Okaloosa County, FL) due to Hurricane Dennis was struck by lightning and caught on fire. 'padding-left': '0px' NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL Submit Storm Report, Radar Imagery AND ALONG THE CAUSEWAY. STRUCTURAL DAMAGE...OCCURRED ALONG THE PATH OF THE EYEWALL. Dennis brought torrential rain to Jamaica, reaching 24.54 in (623 mm) in Mavis Bank. An aerial survey of the damage showed a 5-10 mile wide area of destruction with most of the damage located east of the eye. To determine the total property damage, a two to one ratio is applied to the insured property damage base… No one was onboard the boat at the time of the fire. Several severe flood warnings were issued, meaning the conditions posed life-threatening danger. One of the four dwellings was destroyed, one sustained major damage to its foundation, and one other is in imminent danger of collapse. Local Data      NWS Huntsville, Current Hazards Research The Air Force Bases at Eglin and Hurlburt reported over a half billion dollars in damage from Dennis. High winds in the eyewall blew down numerous trees in the western part of Escambia and southern part of Monroe County, AL. Since the eye of Dennis was very small, the highest surge values were near and just to the right of the eye of the storm. TIDES ARE GIVEN IN MSL... On the morning of July 5, it strengthened into Tropical Storm Dennis in the eastern Caribbean; this was the earliest formation of an Atlantic se… In addition, the hurricane caused two indirect deaths when two cars collided during the storm. Flooding caused by Dennis on Sweetwater Creek in Lithia Springs, Georgia. Hazardous Weather Outlook The AO is one of the main reasons winter has been absent in much of the eastern United States and parts of Europe, and it’s helping to turn the North Atlantic into a virtual bomb cyclone express lane. The highest rainfall amounts were observed along the path of the eyewall of Hurricane Dennis as it moved inland across the western Florida panhandle and into southwest Alabama. Over the next few days, Dennis steadily strengthened and intensified into a major hurricane on the 8th of July as it moved just south of Cuba. $('#myfcst-widget').remove(); Satellite imagery courtesy of NASA EarthData. Extensive property damage was incurred with 929 homes destroyed and another 3,058 damaged, leaving 1,500 families homeless. A Hurricane Warning was issued for coastal counties from Mobile to Destin by 3am on the 9th. By signing up you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Storm surge caused severe beach erosion and coastal flooding across our counties in the northwest Florida panhandle (Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa) and coastal Alabama (Mobile, Baldwin). At its peak, Dennis produced individual waves at least 112 feet tall, along with sustained winds of hurricane force. NO Since Hurricane Dennis was a relatively fast-moving and rather small hurricane, the total rainfall amounts were not as significant as some previous land falling tropical systems (e.g. Totals along this rainfall swath were in the 5-8 inch range with isolated amounts of 8-10 inches (radar estimated) across the northern part of Escambia County, FL into Escambia, Monroe, Clarke and Wilcox Counties in Alabama. POST-TROPICAL CYCLONE REPORT...HURRICANE DENNIS Minor beach erosion occurred along the Alabama coastline from Dauphin Island to Orange Beach. Multiple locations were found. HIGHEST TIDES OCCURRED ON JULY 10 2005...UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED As Dennis moved north into Alabama the damage diminished and was confined to a smaller area. The storm maintained an intensity of 930 millibars into Sunday, which is a strength that few nontropical storms ever reach, let alone maintain for extended periods. There were 4 deaths attributed to Dennis; 4 in Florida. AN ESTIMATED 400 THOUSAND PEOPLE WERE WITHOUT POWER. At least nine of the fatalities occurred when a bridge collapsed in Grand-Goâve. Marine Weather ALMOST EVERY STRUCTURE ON NAVARRE BEACH SUFFERED SOME KIND OF Hurricane Dennis Evacuation and Production Shut-in Statistics - July 15, 2005; Hurricane Dennis Evacuation and Production Shut-in Statistics - July 14, 2005 A nearly 5,000-mile-long cold front connected Dennis to a plume of tropical moisture, known as an atmospheric river. The full track of Hurricane Dennis can be seen in the map below. WIND Hurricane Dennis had a very small eye and winds around the eyewall caused significant damage as the storm moved north. The country’s Environment Agency issued a record number of flood warnings, 594, for a single day, according to John Curtin, executive director of flood and coastal risk management at the Environment Agency. A storm tide (storm surge + tide) of 7.10 feet was observed at Fort Morgan, AL during Hurricane Dennis.      NWS Birmingham National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration The storm, which is producing waves up to 80 feet tall west of the United Kingdom, dumped more than five inches of rain in South Wales, almost an inch more than the area typically receives for the entire month of February. The Ocean Prediction Center reported Friday that a satellite passing over that storm detected a significant wave height of 64 feet west of Ireland. Mobile/Pensacola8400 Airport Blvd Bldg 11Mobile, AL 36608251-633-6443Comments? Since the eye of Dennis was very small, the highest surge values were near and just to the right of the eye of the storm. Hurricanes Ivan and Dennis While the HSI gives a better indication of potential damage from an impending storm, it is not without fault. NW Florida Radar The wind graph below shows a peak wind gust of 106mph near 3pm in Pace, FL as the eyewall from Dennis passed over this location then a drastic drop in winds as the center moved over Pace, then another uptick in the winds with gusts near 90mph on the backside of the eye. Dennis re-strengthened to a Category 4 Hurricane as it traversed across the Gulf of Mexico toward the northern Gulf Coast. Hurricane Dennis eventually made landfall on July 10 as a category-three hurricane near Navarre Beach, Fla., still recovering from Hurricane Ivan less than one year prior. DENNIS. However, coming just one week after another severe bomb cyclone, known in the United Kingdom as Storm Ciara, the ground was already saturated when this one arrived. Our storm survey team estimated a storm tide height of nearly 6.5 feet in Navarre Beach, FL. PRELIMINARY DAMAGE ESTIMATES FROM WPC Archive All NOAA. ORANGE BEACH. The extent of the storm tide can be seen in the image from the National Hurricane Center below. 2 deaths were attributed to Carbon Monoxide poisoning in Escambia County, FL and 1 death was attributed to electrocution in Escambia County, AL. Dennis moved north-northwest across Santa Rosa County and northeast Escambia County in Florida.  PACE (AIR PRODUCTS) 3.50 48 Hour Rainfall Totals ending at 1159pm July 10, 2005. Strengthening was persistent throughout the day on the 5th and Dennis intensified into a hurricane early on July 6th. (The top spot is still occupied by the Braer Storm of 1993.). Graphical Photo courtesy of NOAA, Office for Coastal Management, DigitalCoast. }); On July 4th in 2005, Dennis formed as a tropical wave near the southern Windward Islands. On Sunday, July 10, 2005, Hurricane Dennis ripped through the Pensacola area. NHC Advisory Archive Satellite, Climate In general, storm total rainfall was 3-5 inches across the region as seen in the WPC rainfall graphic on the right. 30+ inches of rain with both Hurricane Georges and Hurricane Danny in the late 1990s). What’s been especially noteworthy about the winter’s weather, however, is the frequency and intensity of the storms spawned here. DENNIS OVER SANTA ROSA AND ESCAMBIA COUNTIES OF FLORIDA...AND IN DENNIS COULD APPROACH A BILLION DOLLARS. Hurricane Dennis destroyed or substantially damaged 12,270 feet (2.32 miles) of walls and revetments along the gulf beaches of Florida between Navarre Beach and Alligator Point. Dennis as a Category 4 hurricane in the Carribean on July 7 https://archive.is/20130625152852/img412.imageshack.us/img412/8417/hurricanedennisns3.png Formation July 4, 2005 Dissipation July 13, 2005 Highest winds 150 mph Lowest pressure 930 mbar Deaths 19,386 direct, 47 indirect Damages $4,000,000,000 (2005 USD) Areas affected Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Ohio Valley Hurricane Dennis began as Tropical Depression Four in the southeastern Caribbean Sea on the evening of July 4, the first storm of the season to form away from Mexico and Central America. With the ground still saturated, officials worry that Storm Dennis will cause even more flooding and property damage. One person died in Jamaica, and damage was … Part of Highway 98 between Fort Walton Beach and Destin in Okaloosa County, FL were washed out from the high water. Editor focusing on extreme weather, climate change, science and the environment. Snow and ice could cause travel disruption on Wednesday before Britain is struck by another burst of heavy rain and gales from Storm Dennis over the weekend. “There are certainly no official damage estimates yet. In addition, a man in his 60s fell into the River Tawe in South Wales on Sunday morning, though that death has not been tied to the storm, according to the BBC.  PERDIDO PASS 4.10 AT 1933 UTC (The low-pressure area that helped propel Ciara into Europe last weekend accomplished this feat as well.). 2 deaths were attributed to Carbon Monoxide poisoning in Escambia County, FL and 1 death was attributed to electrocution in Escambia County, AL. The cotton crop also suffered damage across southern Alabama. }); The extent of the storm tide can be seen in the image from the, Storm Tide (Envelope of High Water) from Hurricane Dennis via. Aviation Weather Dennis is not an isolated event but rather part of a string of bomb cyclones that have prowled the waters of the North Atlantic in recent weeks. Dennis resulted from the rare merger of two unusually intense bomb cyclones, which on Saturday recorded a minimum central air pressure of 920 millibars. Mobile Radar Damage in Gulf Shores from hurricane Dennis. Dennis was upgraded to hurricane strength on July 6 and reached category 4 intensity, with winds around 150 miles an hour, before making landfall in Western Cuba on July 8. Naples and East Naples had widespread damage of pool cages and patios. As Dennis moved north into Alabama the damage diminished and was confined to a smaller area. Floyd was the one-two punch that left much of North Carolina devastated. Jump to - Wind, Rainfall, Storm Surge, Post-Tropical Cyclone Report, or Additional Information sections. [Roaring jet stream powers British Airways flight from New York to London in under 5 hours, an unofficial record]. BEACHES OF BALDWIN COUNTY...AS WELL AS AROUND BAYOU LA BATRE The outer rainbands of Dennis produced widespread flooding and landslides in Jamaica, killing at least 56 people and leaving US$70 million in damage. The photo to the right (courtesy of FEMA Photo/Leif Skoogfors) shows the extent of the severe damage due to wind and storm surge in Navarre Beach, FL. Tropical Weather Further inland along the path of Dennis, 12.8 inches of rain was reported by an observer northwest of Camden, AL (just to the north of our county warning area). Observations Slight weakening occurred as Dennis approached the region, just before it made landfall. Coastal counties from Mobile to Destin were put under a Hurricane Watch at 3pm on July 8th. SIGNIFICANT TREE AND POWER LINE DAMAGE...AS WELL AS SOME Our storm survey team estimated a storm tide height of nearly 6.5 feet in Navarre Beach, FL. While the rainfall totals were noteworthy, they were not unprecedented. Since Hurricane Dennis was a relatively fast-moving and rather small hurricane, the total rainfall amounts were not as significant as some previous land falling tropical systems (e.g. Weather Ready Nation, Additional Info Dennis's heavy rainfall caused significant flooding with damage that amounted to $60,000,000 (1999 USD) in structural damage, and $37,000,000 (1999 USD) in agricultural damage, with total damage being $97,000,000 (1999 USD). The storm quickly gained intensity and was upgraded to a tropical storm early on July 5. Before it merged with an intense low-pressure area swinging northeast of Newfoundland on Friday night and Saturday morning, the first bomb cyclone in this series dealt Iceland a severe blow, with blizzard conditions and winds up to 108 mph Thursday night and Friday. erosion and damage data have been collected. In the United States, the Property Claims Services Division of the Insurance Services Office reports insured losses due to Dennis totaled $60 Million in North Carolina and Virginia. Significant damage was reported in Cuba and Haiti in association with Dennis. It moved up the spine of the Appalachians, and became a frontal wave over Lake Ontario on the 7th, before becoming absorbed by a larger low on the 9th. NWS The Environment Agency has predicted the River Ouse in York could rival record levels seen in 2000. NWS Local Write-Ups and Webpages: Dennis made landfall on the Florida Panhandle as a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale on July 10, 2005, before tracking over Alabama as a minimal hurricane. Winds in the core of the jet stream reached 240 mph late Friday, which led transatlantic flights to see ground speeds exceeding 800 mph, though the record for fastest transatlantic passenger flight, first broken Sunday, held. Weather Radio Reply Subscribe . $(document).ready(function(){ Storm Dennis, 2nd-strongest bomb cyclone on record in North Atlantic, causes severe flooding in U.K. High winds also cause damage as storm’s impact lingers into a … The region had cleaned up only about 70 percent of the damage from Ivan, the storm that hit in September 2004. This caused many rivers, creeks and streams to overflow their banks and even triggered landslides. The deaths reported in Florida were related to high surf spawned by the hurricane. The slowly weakening storm then moved into southern Alabama across western Escambia, southern Monroe, eastern Clarke and northeastern Choctaw Counties. Wilma came ashore just south which kept the surge in Naples to a minimum. AS DENNIS MOVED INLAND. A boat anchored in Cinco Bayou (Okaloosa County, FL) due to Hurricane Dennis was struck by lightning and caught on fire. 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