Weather Related Service Update

Hurricane Laura

As recovery from Hurricane Laura begins, we will continue to share service updates as they become available:

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Laura Weakened to a Tropical Depression; Severe Thunderstorm Risks Friday

Tropical Depression Laura will continue east, crossing the mid-Mississippi Valley on Friday then the mid-Atlantic states on Saturday. Several inches of rainfall with Laura will continue a threat for flash flooding. Severe thunderstorms will be possible on Friday over the Mid-west, with a potential for large hail and damaging winds, and over the Mid-South with a threat of tornadoes.

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Hurricane Laura Moving Over Louisiana; Warnings Remain in Effect

Hurricane conditions from Laura are spreading farther inland across Louisiana this morning. Catastrophic storm surge, hurricane force winds, and flash flooding will continue. On the forecast track, Laura will continue north across Louisiana this afternoon. The center of Laura is forecast to move over Arkansas tonight, the mid-Mississippi Valley on Friday, and the mid-Atlantic states Saturday.

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Laura to Become a Major Hurricane; Warnings Posted Along the Northern Gulf Coast

Hurricane Laura continues to rapidly strengthen and is now forecast to reach Category 4 by this afternoon over the northwest Gulf of Mexico. Laura is expected to produce a life-threatening storm surge, extreme winds, and flash flooding over eastern Texas and Louisiana later today. Hurricane, Storm Surge and Tropical Storm warnings are in effect over far east Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.


Tuesday August 25, 2020:

Marco a Tropical Depression; Laura Forecast to Strengthen into a Hurricane Tuesday

Marco is expected to continue heavy rainfall across portions of the north-central Gulf coast and Southeastern United States through Wednesday. Laura is forecast to reach the northwestern Gulf Coast as a hurricane late Wednesday and early Thursday with impacts including strong winds, storm surge, high surf and heavy rainfall expected. Hurricane, Tropical Storm and Storm Surge Watches issued.


Monday, August, 24, 2020 

Tropical Storm Marco and Tropical Storm Laura

Hurricane warnings discontinued for Marco, but dangerous storm surge still anticipated. A tropical storm warning has been issued for the middle and lower Florida Keys from Craig Key westward to key west as Tropical Storm Laura approaches.

Tropical Storm Marco: 

Tropical Storm Marco

Tropical Storm Laura: