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Storm Barry moves inland from New Orleans, leaves rain and flooding in its wake

Reuters Sunday, 14 July 2019
Tropical Storm Barry trudged through northwestern Louisiana on Sunday, threatening tornadoes and dropping up to 15 inches of rain in some places to create life-threatening flood conditions along the Mississippi River.
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News video: Barry, upgraded to hurricane, heads to Louisiana

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Hurricane Barry was churning off Louisiana on Saturday, poised to make landfall as the first Atlantic hurricane of 2019 in a westward shift that appeared to spare low-lying New Orleans from the massive flooding feared earlier this week. Havovi Cooper reports.

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