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OkaloosaSheriff Jul 12
A large 🌊 from shattered the windshield of an OCSO Marine Unit Boat today outside while Deputy Robert Wagner was trying to help a boater in distress. He was treated for facial cuts but everyone luckily ok. 🌊💨🌨 😳
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Alberto Romero Jul 13
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Josh Roberson FOX 8 Jul 12
Crews are closing the floodgate on Lakeshore Drive ahead of NOPD and Levee District Police are asking bystanders to get to the other side of the levee.
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Hoss Communications Jul 12
The difference of time. I passed by the drainage canal by Xavier today. go away.
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Martha McDougall Jul 12
Last trip to neighborhood store! Wind starting to pick up a little! Calm before the storm ☔️
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~Marietta Jul 11
State of Emergency For The Slow Moving Storm/Hurricane Barry. The Mississippi River is Forecast to Crest to 20 Feet & Levees for New Orleans Are 20 Feet. Prayers For All In The Path This Life Threatening Storm. Be Prepared. 🙏
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Alan Rose Jul 12
Here's the latest on , including the storm's forecast track. is still a strong tropical storm, but is expected to become a Cat 1 Hurricane before making landfall. Barry could bring up to 2 feet of rain to some areas, plus a dangerous storm surge.
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Amanda Roberts Jul 12
Madisonville at the Tchfuncte River. Already spilling over the banks, much higher than a couple days ago. People living near the rivers impacted by 2016 floods can likely expect similar flooding conditions from .
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Bill Karins Jul 14
Always within the cone but Barry ended up farther west than any Hurricane Center forecast since formed. This sequence shows the forecast evolution.
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Live Storm Chasers Jul 14
Yikes... Arnaudville, LA Yesterday! Permission: Aaron Guidroz | July 13, 2019
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Live Storm Chasers Jul 13
LIVE Update: Mandeville, LA. LakeFront - {Lake Pontchartrain} Tropical Storm Barry Permission: Jene Jeanmarie
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Jacob Jul 12
Me sitting on my couch eating all of my storm snacks
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Rhonda Weidner Jul 13
The rain is coming down hard here in ⁦⁩ and the wind is starting to whip up. Join us for the latest on on ⁦
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Holly Treadlightly Jul 12
Only whistle I could find for my hurricane prep kit. Bachelorette party rape whistles can save lives in quite the unanticipated way
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Lisa Spencer Jul 12
in What kind of bird is that calling in the background?
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Ray Price WLOX Jul 13
Seeing high water on Cedar Lake Rd. this morning. Broken trees, high water, and sand on roads elsewhere in South Mississippi.
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Jeff Paul Jul 13
Emergency officials warn the worst of has yet to come. They’re expecting several inches of rain overnight and over the next 36+ hours. Our live report from as the outer bands of this storm roll through.
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Windy Jul 14
: 8.6 million gallons of a minute at one of the biggest pumping stations in the world to handle 🌀 rains near (The West Closure Complex on the Westbank) 🎬
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Live Storm Chasers Jul 14
Dangerous conditions yesterday across Mandeville, Louisiana! Ongoing flooding in many areas! Permission: Welcome To Urbn Explorer
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Rilwan Balogun Jul 13
Ray Jeanfreau pulled out his boat and is getting his father. Jeanfreau’s wife says her father-in-law called them worried the water will continue to rise and he’ll be trapped in for days
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