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Low Risk For Flash Flooding, Today

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The clash of abundant tropical moisture over the North Gulf Coast Region, an approaching cold front and in-between an area of low pressure stirs up the middle and upper atmosphere -- producing scattered showers and isolated storms with rainfall rates of of 4 to 8" inches per hour. So far, we've picked up 0.50 -1.50 " inches of rainfall over the last 6 hours. Showers and storms will track in a counter-clockwise circulation from west to east along…
2 months ago·New Orleans, United States

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Low Risk For Flash Flooding, Today

The clash of abundant tropical moisture over the North Gulf Coast Region, an approaching cold front and in-between an area of low pressure stirs up the middle and upper atmosphere -- producing scattered showers and isolated storms with rainfall rates of of 4 to 8" inches per hour. So far, we've picked up 0.50 -1.50 " inches of rainfall over the last 6 hours. Showers and storms will track in a counter-clockwise circulation from west to east along…

2 months ago
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