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Dave Nussbaum WWL-TV 2m
A Flood Advisory is in effect until 2:15 PM for parts of St. John, St. Charles, Lafourche and St. James . Around 2" of rain has falling and an additional 1-2" is possible. Watch out for street flooding.
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Jesse Gunkel 6m
: Scattered to numerous slow-moving storms are drifting to the southeast. Expect pockets of heavy rain throughout the afternoon.
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Zack Fradella 5h
Although summer is over for many school children, Mother Nature is still stuck in that summer pattern. Expect storms with heavy downpours to develop through the day on your Monday. The extra rain and clouds will keep highs in the lower 90s.
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NWS New Orleans Aug 17
Earlier we showed you what looked like on radar. Take a look at this comparison of Camille, Katrina (2005) and Michael (2018) on satellite that put together. It's pretty amazing to see how much that technology has improved in the last 50 years.
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Margaret Orr 3h
KLIX - Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 9:00 AM CDT More clouds, so not as hot at 9am. Temps low 80s. 83 with dew point 78 & heat index 103. Locally heavy rain possible today. ⁦
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Natchitoches Weather 1h
City of , La.'s official climate data. August 19, 2019 ..... a hot afternoon yesterday with a high temperature of 97 degrees.
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Stitch 5h
Oh joy it’s only going to get up to *checks weather report* 89° this week!
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Eric Zernich 17h
Daily showers likely everyday this week. Bigger story is a tropical wave looks to enter the Gulf Wednesday then head towards Texas before eventually riding along the Louisiana coast increasing our rain chances by next weekend.
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Margaret Orr 18h
KLIX - Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 6:43 PM CDT strong storm over Lake moving SE. outflow boundary. Strong winds pos. Mariners seek safe harbor.
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Dave Nussbaum WWL-TV 3h
9:45 AM Radar Update: Storms with heavy rain are slowly moving across Venetian Isles and far eastern Orleans Parish. Watch out for some flooding, gusty winds and plenty of lightning.
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Kweilyn Murphy Aug 17
KLIX - Precipitation Depiction 12:20 PM CDT
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Margaret Orr 4h
KLIX - Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 8:29 AM CDT Storms starting up early. Over lake, Slidell twin span and along coast. Heavy rain potential today. Slight to marginal risk excessive rainfall. 2-4” pos. Highs upper 80s-low 90s.
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NewOrleansAIR 17h
Prelim AQI at 19:25 (70112): O₃=54 (Moderate) PM2.5=42 (Good↘)
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Whitney Richard 20h
A little thunder storm will be over me shortly. TMSY - Classic Reflectivity Tilt 1 4:37 PM CDT Base Velocity Tilt 1 4:37 PM CDT
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Dave Nussbaum WWL-TV 4h
8:15 Radar Update: A band of storms with heavy rain over eastern Lake Pontchartrain is slowly moving to the Southshore. Be careful on I-10 at the Twinspans. Watch out for waterspouts too.
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Leah Uko 17h
In terms of the heat, wasn’t too hot this weekend. This will change sometime this week. More on that tonight on !
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NWS New Orleans 22h
In the light of day, the damage hurricane caused 50 years ago was astonishing. Storm surge and wind in excess of 150 mph leveled coastal communities in Mississippi and extreme Southeast Louisiana.
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Margaret Orr Aug 18
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Zack Fradella Aug 18
Sunday is going to be a good day. What a pretty, tropical sky out there to start the day. Watch for downpours later, your forecast>>
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NWS New Orleans Aug 17
50 years ago tonight made landfall near Waveland MS around 11pm Aug 17 1969. It pounded the area with winds in excess of 150 mph, storm surge of 10 to 20 ft & heavy rain. Due to the late hour the full extent of the damage wouldn't be known until the next day.
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