Unnamed Tropical Storm - June 7-9, 1957
Late on June 7th, a tropical depression moved rapidly northeast out of the Gulf of Mexico, developing into a
tropical storm as it crossed Apalachee Bay into the eastern Florida panhandle. After initially weakening as
it moved inland, the system redeveloped as an extratropical frontal wave which moved eastward into the
subtropical Atlantic. A large area of over 10 inches of rainfall was measured near and around Suwannee
county, with rainfall reports up to 19 inches measured (these were not included in the rainfall graphics due
to their uncertain location). The storm total rainfall maps below were constructed using data from data archived
at the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, North Carolina
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