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Tropical Storm Barry lands first blow on coastal Louisiana, New Orleans hunkers down

Reuters India Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Coastal Louisiana felt the first blow from Tropical Storm Barry's winds early on Friday as the slow-moving tempest was forecast to become the first Atlantic hurricane of 2019 threatening to bring rain and flooding to New Orleans later in the day.
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Police Chief Reggie Pitre of Golden Meadows, Louisiana, was surveying the early effects of Tropical Storm Barry on Saturday, July 13, observing flooding along LA-1 next to Bayou Lafourche that was cutting off access to coastal towns. Golden Meadow, approximately 50 miles south of New Orleans, lies...

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