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Starke Power Outages Caused by Weather


February 6, 2020 - Thunderstorm Wind

The Whiskey River Saloon in Starke had lost a portion of its roof and had major water damage inside. Numerous trees and power lines were blown down across the county including in the Starke City limits. The time of damage was based on radar.

Starke - Starke
May 5, 2019 - Thunderstorm Wind

A tree was blown down onto a power line on NW 93rd Place. The cost of damage was unknown, but it was estimated for the event to be included in Storm Data.

New River - New River
September 10, 2017 - Tropical Storm

This narrative is from the NWS Jacksonville Post Storm Report for Hurricane Irma which is a compiled list of reports from the storm survey, Emergency Management, private and public weather observation networks and broadcast media sources.||The county experienced widespread tree and power line damage due to tropical storm force winds. ||The county EM team reported that about 300 homes where flooded in the cities of Starke, Sampson and Crosby Lake. Two apartment complexes were flooded. Three weeks after the storm, residents of Sampson and Crosby Lake were still taking boats to get to their homes. Initial road damage estimates were up to $4 million dollars. ||Storm total rainfall included 11.74 inches measured 0.9 miles ESE of Starke. At 10:35 am on 9/10, Alligator Creek in Starke started rising up to the bridge level at Laura Street. This occurred in conjunction with major flood stage reported at the Alligator Creek gauge located just downstream at U.S. Highway 301. Alligator Creek at Starke set a record flood stage at 147.98 feet on 09/11 at 1100 EDT. The Santa Fe River near Graham set a record flood stage at 118.98 feet on 09/11 at 0945 EDT. Hampton Lake near Hampton crested at 131.03 feet on Sept 13th at 1200 EDT. Moderate flooding occurred at this level. Lake Sampson near Starke set a record flood stage at 135.34 feet on Sept 15th at 2000 EDT. Major flooding occurred at this level. New River near Lake Butler set a record flood stage at 98.55 feet on Sept 12th at 0815 EDT. Major flooding occurred at this level. Sampson River at Sampson City set a record flood stage at 135.09 feet on Sept 15th at 1900 EDT. Major flooding occurred at this level.

July 5, 2017 - Thunderstorm Wind

Several trees were blown down near County Road 18 along both sides of U.S. Highway 301 in Hampton. A few trees feel onto power lines. The cost of damage was estimated.

Hampton Beach - Hampton Beach
October 6, 2016 - Tropical Storm

Widespread tree damage occurred across the county which caused power line and tree damage. Reports of power line damage started to come into the county 911 call center around 8:40 am on 10/7 and calls of wires down continued through mid-morning on 10/8. Reports of road obstructions, which included mostly trees and large limbs, started to be reported to the county 911 call center around 5 am on 10/7 and continued through late morning on 10/8. Most the damage reports were from within the Stark and Branford city limits. ||Storm total 48 hour rainfall included 2.97 inches 1 mile ESE of Starke.



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Starke, Florida

City Starke
County Bradford
State Florida (FL)
Country United States
Zip Codes 32091

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