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September 13, 2020

Tropical Disturbances Today

 Our main concern is Tropical Storm Sally. For more on tropical disturbances, go to https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/gtwo.php?basin=atlc&fdays=5.

Bulletin from the National Weather Service New Orleans· 

Here is the 4 am update from the Hurricane Center. The track has been shifted west & has sped up. The forecast also now brings Sally up to a category 2 hurricane prior to landfall. With the nudge left and increase in strength, the forecast impacts have increased. 

The storm surge threat has increased & a Storm Surge Warning is now out for coastal areas from Port Fourchon to the MS/AL border.

A hurricane and tropical storm warning have now been issued for much of southeast LA, coastal MS, and portions of southern MS.

The Flash Flood Watch has been extended to the west. We are still expecting 6 to 12 inches of rain across portions of the watch area with locally higher amounts possibly greater than 20 inches.




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