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Satellite Shows Tropical Storm Barry Moving Over Louisiana

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Published on July 15, 2019 - Duration: 00:36s

Satellite Shows Tropical Storm Barry Moving Over Louisiana

Hurricane Barry made landfall in Louisiana on Saturday, July 13, bringing high winds storm surges, and life-threatening flooding, the National Hurricane Center said.

The National Hurricane Center confirmed that Barry had strengthened from a tropical storm to a hurricane before making landfall, and said it would bring life-threatening winds and flooding to the Gulf Coast.

It later reported that Barry had weakened back to a tropical storm.

Images taken by NASA-NOAA GOES-East satellite shows the storm above the Louisiana coast.

Credit: NOAA via Storyful

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