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More than 160,000 without power in Louisiana as Tropical Storm Barry weakens; flooding still a concern

USATODAY.com Sunday, 14 July 2019
Tropical Storm Barry, downgraded from a hurricane Saturday, slogs through Louisiana, leaving more than 160K without power, concerns of flooding.
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News video: Louisiana Prepares For Tropical Storm Barry

Louisiana Prepares For Tropical Storm Barry 02:23

The biggest concern for the storm is feet of possible flooding. WBZ-TV's Zack Green reports.

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