New orleans saturday mardi gras parades weather forecast

New orleans saturday mardi gras parades weather forecast

Update: A flash flood warning has been issued until 9.15pm this evening due to persistent heavy rainfall since 3pm this afternoon. Therefore, a WDSU Weather Alert Day has been issued. Some of the areas included New Orleans, Marrero, Metairie, Avondale, Harvey, Timberline, Chalmette, Jefferson, Gretna Harahan, Westwego, Bridge City, Elmwood, River Ridge, Terrytown, Estill, Woodmere, Wageman, Arab, and Lakefront Airport. It remains in effect until 8pm this evening as heavy rain falls, and streets in the New Orleans area begin to flood. Update: A High Wind Warning has been issued due to damaging southwesterly winds of 50 to 60 mph. These winds can down trees and power lines, causing widespread power outages and travel difficulties. The cause was a projected closed area of ​​low pressure that approached southeast Louisiana from northwest Texas. Areas included: Lower Lafourche, Coastal Jefferson Parish, Lower Plaquemine, Lower St. Bernard Parishes and East Orleans Parishes, Upper St. Bernard, Lower Jefferson, Upper and Central Plaquemine. NOLAReady has issued a Flood Warning until 8 p.m. for parts of southeastern Louisiana, including Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes. Here is a list of flooded streets: Iberville Street and Dauphine Street. Louis St. and Basin St.Rue Parc Fontaine and Macarthur Blvd.Ap Tureaud Ave. And N. Broad St.N. Cleburne Street and Laharpe Street Wilton Dr. and Warrington Dr. Navarre Dr. and Marconi St. Dr. 5230 Marigny St. Poland St. and N. Robertson St. A complete list of reported street flooding can be found on the Streetwise website.NOLAReady says neutral ground parking will be allowed starting February 3 at 5pm until February 4 at 6am. We have seen approximately 2.50 inches of rain at Louis Armstrong International Airport with another 1-2 inches of rain this evening. Crowded with Mardi Gras parades, this is the wrong time to bring the threat of heavy rain, flooding and potentially strong storms into the forecast for New Orleans. The Setup: A very large and powerful storm system is moving in right now, bringing the potential for locally heavy rain and some possible strong storms. Timing: Light rain has been falling since this morning, but heavy rain and thunderstorms are likely after 3pm. Moderate rain with bouts of severe thunderstorms is expected tonight. Rainfall/Flooding: This may be our biggest risk, considering all the recent events we’ve seen in the previous week. The best short-term high-resolution data had converged on a broad 1″-2″ range by Sunday morning. This forecast by a team of skilled meteorologists shows 1″-3″ with some areas over 3″. Severe weather is likely, but my analysis shows street flooding is the biggest concern. That’s why we had today as a warning day The first on WDSU’s weather impact. Severe Threats: The threat of potentially severe weather in the form of strong, damaging winds over 58 mph is still possible, but the tornado risk is now close to 0. I still see a very small risk for gusty winds that increase in speed About 40 mph if we want to get more severe storms. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has cleared all of southeastern Louisiana from any risk for severe storms as of Sunday morning! Here’s how I see our extreme threats at this point. Heavy rain and potential flooding remain at the top of my list, followed by damaging wind gusts over 58 mph, with hail and tornado threats near 0. Thank you for keeping up with this forecast all the way! Enjoy and be careful!

Update: A flash flood warning has been issued until 9.15pm this evening due to persistent heavy rainfall since 3pm this afternoon. Therefore, a WDSU Weather Alert Day has been issued.

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Flash flood warning

Some of the areas included New Orleans, Marrero, Metairie, Avondale, Harvey, Timberline, Chalmette, Jefferson, Gretna Harahan, Westwego, Bridge City, Elmwood, River Ridge, Terrytown, Estill, Woodmere, Wageman, Arby, and Lakefront Airport.
A flood warning remains in effect until 8pm this evening as heavy rain falls and streets in the New Orleans area begin to flood.

Update: A high wind warning has been issued due to southwesterly winds of 50 to 60 mph. These winds can down trees and power lines, causing widespread power outages and travel difficulties. The cause was a projected closed area of ​​low pressure that approached southeast Louisiana from northwest Texas. Areas included: Lower Lafourche, Coastal Jefferson Parish, Lower Plaquemine, Lower St. Bernard Parishes and East Orleans Parishes, Upper St. Bernard, Lower Jefferson, Upper and Central Plaquemine.

High wind warning until midnight, damaging winds may cause damage to trees and electricity.  # Lines to fall causing widespread outages

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High wind warning until midnight

NOLAReady has issued a Flood Warning until 8 p.m. for parts of southeastern Louisiana, including Jefferson, Orleans, Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes.

Below is a list of the streets that were flooded:

  • Iberville Street and Dauphine Street.
  • St. Louis Street and Basin Street
  • Park Fontaine Avenue and MacArthur Avenue.
  • Ap Tureaud Street and N. Broad Street.
  • N. Claiborne Street and Laharpe Street.
  • Wilton D. Warrington D.
  • Navarre Street and Marconi D.
  • 5230 Marigny Street
  • Poland Street and N Street. Robertson

A complete list of reported street flooding can be found on the Streetwise website.

NOLAReady says neutral ground parking will be allowed starting February 3 at 5pm until February 4 at 6am. We saw approximately 2.50 inches of rain at Louis Armstrong International Airport with another 1-2 inches of rain this evening.

We could see minor flooding if we pick up another 1-2.  An inch of rain this evening

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Total rainfall in New Orleans so far

This weekend is very busy with Mardi Gras parades, and it’s the wrong time to bring the threat of heavy rain, flooding and possible strong storms into the forecast for New Orleans.

Prove:

A very large and very strong storm system is moving in now, bringing the potential for locally heavy rain and some possible strong storms.

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timing:

Light rain has been falling since the morning, but heavier showers and possible thunderstorms are likely after 3pm. Tonight is expected to witness moderate rain with bouts of severe thunderstorms.

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Rainfall/flooding:

This may be the biggest risk for us, considering all the recent events we have seen in the past week. The best short-term high-resolution data had converged on a broad 1″-2″ range by Sunday morning.

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This forecast by a team of skilled meteorologists shows 1″-3″ with some areas over 3″.

WPC rain forecast for tonight

The area is under a level 2 out of 4 (slight) risk of locally heavy rainfall, so the threat of flooding will be our biggest risk of potential severe weather, but my analysis shows street flooding is the biggest concern. That’s why we had today as WDSU’s first weather impact warning day.

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Serious threats:

The threat of potentially severe weather in the form of strong, damaging winds in excess of 58 mph is still a possibility, but the tornado risk is now near 0. I still see a very small risk of gusty winds in excess of 40 mph if we are to get stronger storms . The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has cleared all of southeast Louisiana from any risk of severe storms through Sunday morning!

Here’s how I see our extreme threats at this point. Heavy rain and potential flooding continue to top my list, followed by damaging wind gusts over 58 mph, with hail and tornado threats near 0.

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Thank you for following these forecasts all the way! Enjoy and be careful!

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