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Latest info on heavy rain threat through the weekend. Marginal to slight risk of heavy rainfall that could lead to flooding issues continues through Sunday morning. First round now through this evening, and another round Saturday night into Sunday morning. #lawx #mswx https://t.co/cZ2LfKmZCb
⚠️ In addition to locally heavy rain there is also a low end risk for severe weather today & Sunday. Main concern today is damaging wind gusts 🌬 & large hail 🧊. If severe weather occurs Sunday all modes will be possible; damaging wind gusts, large hail, & isolated tornadoes 🌪 https://t.co/IwYNBl0hGO
⛈ With multiple rounds of rain expected locally heavy rainfall is still a concern. 1st round will be later today & tonight; & the next round could be overnight Saturday & through Sunday. An additional 2 to 4 inches with locally higher amounts is expected. #LAwx #MSwx https://t.co/ksHWjRUWBo
☔️ Wet weekend ahead. Multiple bouts of showers & even a few thunderstorms are expected over the next 3 days before we finally see a rather strong cold front late Sunday. This front will bring the first shot of freezing temperatures to the region 🥶 #LAwx #MSwx https://t.co/5A9Rh7SOSC
From our staff at GOHSEP, Happy #Thanksgiving. While holiday celebrations will be different for many of us this year, I am more grateful than ever for the hard work of state leaders, emergency managers at each level of govt & our health care workers. - GOHSEP Director Jim Waskom https://t.co/PbbuKsZvbK
With every blow 2020 has dealt us, #nola residents have stepped up to the challenge. Thank you to the volunteers who have worked testing sites, food programs, the Hurricane #Laura resource center, post-#zeta cleanup & more! We’re going to need you in 2021 for vaccine efforts. https://t.co/De6ZidMZ3M
🦃 Good morning & Happy Thanksgiving! The forecast may not be quite what we wanted but shouldn't be too rough. Locations south of a line from Saucier, MS to Patterson, LA will begin foggy but that should mix & then we could see rain return this afternoon. #LAwx #MSwx https://t.co/NtVBA4K9l4
We’ve been monitoring street flooding across #NOLA this evening utilizing the @CityOfNOLA public safety cameras. As water recedes, we’re working with @opcd911 & @nolaready to update https://t.co/dnssEyBTRD. Stay safe out there. #SafeCamNOLA https://t.co/ahtHIXGfBi
A flood advisory remains in effect for parts of Jefferson, Orleans and St. Bernard Parishes. Rain has diminished in the western parts of the advisory, but streets will be slow to drain. Others continue to see moderate to heavy rain at times. Remember, turn around, don't drown!