WX4NHC Online Hurricane Weather Report Submission

Timestamp: 2010-11-05 13:06:13 -0500
Event: TOMAS
Received Via: VOIP NET
Reporting Weather Volunteer Observer: JIM SELLARS=N0UAM
Email: n0uam@arrl.net

Observed (mo/day/year): OCT/24/2010

Observation time: 0500 UTC; 0100 PM Atlantic
Contact number:
Geographic Location of Observation:

Latitude: ; Longitude:

Wind Measurements: Measured
Sustained Wind Speed: MPH
Gust Speed: MPH
Wind Direction: N degrees

Barometric Pressure: MILLIBARS

Measured Rainfall: INCHES

Comments: This report coming in from Haiti Libre has NOT been confirmed by me. Landslides were reported in the south. In Port-au-Prince, the Champs de Mars camp is in the water. It keeps raining since Thursday evening, residents are trying to stre...ngthen their shelter. In Port-au-Prince "The wind has not yet picked up, but the rains are falling harder and harder," said Marianna Franco of the NGO ACTED, which prepositioned 8000 emergency shelter kits, consisting of tarpaulins, ropes and poles, spread over five sites throughout Haiti "These kits can serve 8,000 to about 43,000 people." In Leogane Place Anacaona, the water is up to the bumper. According to a UN official, the camp Pinchinat, Jacmel, is completely destroyed and under water. All refugees have been evacuated. Flooding reported on Route National # 2 Flooding reported on the road of Mas Gt