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Barry makes landfall on the Gulf Coast, downgrades to tropical storm

CBS News Saturday, 13 July 2019
Barry came ashore this afternoon near Morgan City, Louisiana, 85 miles west of New Orleans. Less than an hour later, it was downgraded to a tropical storm. Torrential rains and flash flooding remain a major problem. States of emergency have been declared in Louisiana and Mississippi. David Begnaud reports.
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News video: USAF Hurricane Hunters Spy Rainbow as They Fly Tropical Storm Barry

USAF Hurricane Hunters Spy Rainbow as They Fly Tropical Storm Barry 03:03

As residents of the Gulf Coast braced for the onslaught of Tropical Storm Barry on Friday, July 12, the US Air Force’s Hurricane Hunters shared this video, showing a rainbow peeking through Barry’s clouds as they few through the storm. The National Hurricane Center said the storm would bring...

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