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Old 08-28-2012, 01:43 PM   #1
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My son lives on Bain Dr in Bagdad. That area got it pretty bad during Ivan and my wife heard on the radio that the Garcon Point area is flooded.
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Old 08-28-2012, 01:50 PM   #2
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My parents live on Bayou Chico and their yard is flooded. So the water is about 4 feet above normal right now.

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He lives 4'7" above median high tide... Thanks for the picture...
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On East Bay, Just east of Garçon Point Bridge. We're about 2 1/2 ft above normal. Level is actually starting to drop, but waves are increasing with the stronger winds. Seeing some minor debris floating by, pier deck boards and such, but no major structural stuff. Should ease here as the wind turns SE, but that may push a little more water up river over the next 12 hours. We are on the falling tide though, so may be more or less a wash.
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We are on Perdido Key, south of Galvez and West of Sunset Grill, and the water is about 20 inches above high tide and slowly climbing. Regular tide is dropping and will be till about 7 pm, so hopefully this surge will slack off by then.
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My street ends on bayou Grande and most of the docks are just under water. We walked down there a few hours ago to take a look.
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South Ono most docks are under water or close to it.
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Santa Rosa Shores on sound behind Tiger Point.

I live on canal. Dock underwater since about 10:00am today. Water crested sea wall about noon. Been holding steady there. I've got another 6 feet of elevation before it gets close to the house.
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9th ave one block north of Bayfront is flooded.
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I'm on the ICW just east of Galvez and the water is ripping to the west. My dock has not gone under yet but it is close. This was a little earlier today before the latest rain passed through.

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