On May 1-2, 2010, record-breaking rains struck KY and the TN Valley region. Western and Middle TN were hardest hit with local amounts of 18-20 inches to the south and west of Greater Nashville. Much of western and Middle TN, incl. Greater Nashville, experienced widespread, devastating flash flooding, as well as unprecedented flooding along the Cumberland river and its tributaries. The Nat. Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin. formed a service assessment team to evaluate the Nat. Weather Service (NWS) performance before and during the catastrophic flooding. This report will help the NWS perform its mission of protecting life and property and enhancing the national economy. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.... NIMS National Incident Management System NOAA National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NWR NOAA Weather Radio ... River Forecast System NWSChat Internet-based chat software NWSI National Weather Service Instruction OCWWS Office of Climate, ... Area Message Encoding SCEP Student Career Employment Program SDM Station Duty Manual SDH Senior Duty Hydrologist SHEFanbsp;...
|Title||:||Record Floods of Greater Nashville: Including Flooding in Middle Tennessee (TN) and Western Kentucky (KY), May 1-4- 2010|
|Author||:||John L. Hayes|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-05|