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Hurricane warnings issues along the Louisiana coast

CBS News Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Tropical Storm Barry could become a hurricane before making landfall. The storm's biggest threat is rain, with as much as two feet in New Orleans and parts of Mississippi. WCBS chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn is tracking the forecast.
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News video: Hurricane Barry Leaves Half Of All Coastal Louisianans Without Power

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As Category 1 Hurricane Barry closes in on Louisiana, a tidal surge is causing flooding in residential areas. According to Business Insider, heavy winds and rain have also led to widespread power outages along the coast. Over 50 percent of tracked customers in Terrebonne County and Assumption County...

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