Oh No, New Orleans, not again....
jym626 54951 replies2852 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 57,803 Senior Member
edited July 12 in Parent Cafe
So the streets are already flooding and the Mississippi is already at its high. At least the winds shouldn't be as bad with TS Barry as with previous hurricanes, but they will be getting a few more days of rain.. So sorry NOLA and residents. Hang tight if you haven't yet evacuated. https://www.pennlive.com/news/2019/07/new-orleans-area-put-under-tropical-storm-warning-braces-for-severe-flooding.html34 replies
Winds have increased to 65 mph, according to data from the Hurricane Hunters. Additional strengthening is expected, and forecasters said Barry could be a category 1 hurricane when it makes landfall Saturday on the central Louisiana coast. Category 1 storms have winds of at least 74 mph.