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Barry Approaching Landfall in Louisiana

   Posted by Levi at 6:57pm on July 12, 2019


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  • GARY says:

    FIRST!

  • Wyatt says:

    Hey Levi, will there be any tropical storm GUSTS in Pensacola, Florida?

  • ANDRE says:

    lEvi,
    DO U HAVE TIME TO GO ONTO FORUMz?. FOLLOW US ON TiGerDrOpinz and U will learn LOTS from LSU. LUV ANDRE

  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you for the updates.

  • Janet says:

    I always learn new things listening to you, Levi. Thank you so much!

  • Joey B. says:

    The local met in New Orleans is saying Barry is moving like a snail over warm waters, it’s moisting up, and the shear is lessening. It will strengthen before landfall at 11 AM Central Time.

  • Brooke says:

    Thank you for your work on these videos! I moved to New Orleans from the Northeast less than 2 weeks ago. Having your videos as an objective source to understand what is going on is a much needed break from the mix of media and local opinions which have varied from “the entire city will be under 20 feet of water” to “it’ll be wet and windy, nothing to worry about”. One local told me, only listen to NOAA. Unfortunately, I don’t fully understand what they’re saying. Enter, tropical tidbits!

  • LA Resident says:

    Thank you SO much for these updates, which are a much-needed and welcome respite from local news coverage during this storm. So very glad I stumbled upon this site. Please, keep up the good work! Again, thanks!

  • Harry Kane says:

    You called it Levi!!! Nuff said

  • David says:

    This storm is SO BORING, not doing anything the weather people said it was going to do. Total yawn-fest!

  • dayallaxeded says:

    Thanks for maintaining objectivity and rational, scientific analysis! That, not crying “WOLF” for every storm, is what helps us make sound decisions and stay safe. God bless you and that dry shear from the NNE!

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