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Tropical Storm Barry hits Louisiana

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 14 July 2019 ()
After making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane, the powerful storm was downgraded to tropical storm. But authorities have warned that the worst is yet to come as Louisiana braces for heavy rains and dangerous flooding.
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Tropical Storm Barry Could Severely Flood Louisiana While it remains to be seen if Barry will become a hurricane, torrential flooding is expected. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards and President Trump have declared a state of emergency. John Bel Edwards, via news conference According to CNN, up to...

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