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New Orleans Faces Flooding As Big Storm Forms In Gulf Of Mexico

WorldNews Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
New Orleans Faces Flooding As Big Storm Forms In Gulf Of MexicoThe U.S. city of New Orleans was under a storm surge watch Wednesday along with a stretch of the Louisiana coast as a tropical storm formed in the Gulf of Mexico, threatening the region with potentially life-threatening rains, The Raw Story reported. The storm surge watches warn residents of possible flooding from rising waters and coastal inundations.“Conditions appear favorable for this system to strengthen to a hurricane as it approaches the central Gulf Coast by the weekend,” the Miami-based National Hurricane Center said. A flash flood emergency was declared earlier Wednesday in New Orleans, part of which is built below sea level and was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Parts of...
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